Opening December 6 at AMoA: 5 next exhibitions featuring over 50 artworks by African-American artists from the collection of renowned costume designer Myrna Colley-Lee of Mississippi, 40 watercolors by artists throughout ...
Turkish artist Bedri Baykam reveals eight seconds that changed the world Hurriyet Daily News In the exhibition text, Baykam said he also experienced the shock of the assassination in 1963 when he was 6, adding that he had engaged in amateur...
Circle Culture opened their newest Gallery with an Impressive exhibition of international artists. The exhibition “Potse 68″ featured work from their current lineup of artists as well as new arrivals to the Circle Culture Berlin.
Birte Hella's insight:
Berlin - Circle Culture Berlin - "Poste 68" featured artists.
Berlin and Vienna both played key roles in the transformative artistic period of the early 20th century. A new exhibition traces the cities' parallel development with show-stopping works from Gustav Klimt, Otto Dix and Egon Schiele.
Graphic designer Zach Dougherty creates clever and hypnotizing animated GIFs that often place strange shapes and objects inside ordinary scenes to challenge our perception of reality. Apparently, everything is not always what it seems!
He has degrees from London, Oxford and Saskatchewan Universities and he recently graduated from the famous Chelsea and Wimbledon Art School. He had a successful International business and parallel political career and then, 10 years ago, he began painting. We are talking about Mike Freedman who lives between London, Tisbury (south west England) and Ascoli Piceno, in Italy, where he is organising his first Italian solo exhibition in the 14th Century Captain’s Palace in the Piazza del Popolo from October 21nd to 31st, after expositions in London, Salisbury, Harrogate, Shaftsbury in UK and in New York City in the USA, at the prestigious Agora Gallery.
The exhibition, entitled Self – Destruct: Man’s Devastation of his Environment, is about the global destruction and the planetary devastation: pollution, man – made climate change, resource exploitation and pesticide poisoning, observed during his travel to over 60 countries. 30 paintings where he uses the abstraction of landscapes as his vehicle deploying a variety of media and grounds (canvas, wood, steel and granite) to challenge his audiences to through the crisis with which we are all confronted. [...]
8) Why did you choose Italy and why Ascoli Piceno?
Italy has an amazing culture, history, artistic heritage, food and wine, friendly people, language and diverse landscape ( we have been to Bolzano in the north, Sicily and Basilicata in the south, Rome, Naples, Genoa, Florence, Venice, and most places in between). These outweigh the bureaucracy and corruption for us.
Ascoli Piceno has a uniqueness and beauty that is found very rarely anywhere. We live in a 14th Century convent with a garden in the Historical Centre and with great neighbours and friends. To be 30 minutes from the sea and the mountains with a multitude of exquisite villages everywhere you turn is for us a paradise.
Hurriyet Daily News Haydarpaşa Station exhibit arrives in Vienna Hurriyet Daily News Canadian and Turkish artists, printmakers and photographers are taking part in the show, which aims to collect funds for the Haydarpaşa Station Preservation...
As a new LS Lowry exhibition opens at Tate Britain, art collector Frank Cohen, who knew the artist well, talks about the artist's inspiration (LS Lowry exhibition opens at Tate Britain - video http://t.co/T21vuEhfw2...
BBC News Generation exhibitions to feature 100 contemporary artists BBC News Generation will run from March to November 2014, with the majority of the exhibitions taking place as part of the Glasgow 2014 cultural programme to celebrate Scotland's...
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Art Exhibition - Glasgow 2014 Cultural Program
New Generation - move over Boomers of all ages ...
Rodney Graham's Four Seasons at Hauser & Wirth in Zurich AMA From 2 November to 21 December 2013, Hauser & Wirth Gallery in Zurich is presenting “The Four Seasons”, an exhibition of works by Canadian artist Rodney Graham.
Boston Cyberarts, Inc. is a non-profit arts organization created to foster, develop and present a wide spectrum of media arts including electronic and digital experimental arts programming. We exhibit and promote the media and digital arts of Boston, New England and the world to audiences in the New England region and beyond and by doing so, helping to promote a sense of media and digital literacy, locally and regionally.
Boston Cyberarts was founded to organize the Boston Cyberarts Festival, a biennial festival of artists and high-technology professionals from New England and throughout the world. The Festival included exhibitions of visual arts: music, dance, and theatrical performances; film and video presentations; educational programs that include lecture/demonstrations and symposia. Event take place at locations in and around Boston, including theatres, museums, galleries, artists’ studios, educational institutions, and other public spaces. The Festival first took place during the first two weeks in May 1999. The last festival was held in Spring 2011.
Presently Boston Cyberarts organizes the Boston Cyberarts Gallery supports and encourages experimentation in the arts through exhibitions, events, educational programs and collaboration with like-minded groups in an effort to foster the development of new practices in contemporary art making. Located in the Green Street station on the MBTA’s Orange line in Jamaica Plain, the Boston Cyberarts Gallery is the only art space located in a train station in the country, and also the only independent art organization in Massachusetts focusing on new and experimental media. With an interest in technology based, innovative combinations of sculpture, installation and live performance, the Boston Cyberarts Gallery brings together members of the new media community as well as outreaching to the general public, supporting emerging and established artists alike.