Month: October 2021

Works of art during Japanese rule laid the foundation for Taiwanese identity

By Ken Wang, CNA Editor-in-Chief Walking the streets of Dadaocheng (大稻埕), one of Taipei’s premier international shopping districts, one sees streams of cheerful shoppers, vibrant merchandise and colorful signboards and one can easily imagine the hustle and bustle of the city. region at the beginning of the 20th century. Dadaocheng embraced international trade early on […]

Indianapolis nonprofit helping young adults with disabilities expands to Newburgh

NEWBURGH, Ind. (WFIE) – An Indianapolis nonprofit is expanding to Newburgh. The Alex and Ali Foundation helps young adults with autism and other disabilities become more involved in the community. Alex Parker and his friend Alan are working on some ornaments to hand out to candy lovers this year. Alex’s mother, Jennifer Grimm Parker, gave […]

Glenview Village Council Announces Plan to End Glen TIF a Year Earlier

Glenview Trustees on Thursday called on staff members to wrap up the historic Glen TIF before the end of the year, setting in motion a plan that marks the completion of an award-winning historic redevelopment that has brought in 5,500 residents, thousands new jobs and nearly 1.9 million square feet of retail, restaurants, hotels and […]

Balancing heritage and modernity: the first Egyptian gallery of contemporary design and collection

Balancing heritage and modernity: the first Egyptian gallery of contemporary design and collection Galerie Le Lab at the Walk of Cairo presenting a solo exhibition by Georges Mohasseb from Studio Manda. Courtesy of Radical Contemporary. As exhibitions reopen around the world, artists are now exploring new ways to involve people in their work. The experience […]

Japan’s borders may still be closed, but the first Tokyo Art Week aims to open up the city’s vibrant art scene to the outside world (eventually)

Tokyo is unveiling a new art week in November, featuring 50 galleries and museums in the Japanese capital, with the aim of unifying and internationalizing the city’s art scene. The organizers of the Japan Contemporary Art Platform and the Contemporary Art Dealers Association Nippon (CADAN), with support from Art Basel and the Japan Agency for […]

Gallery East exhibits 60 years of paintings, drawings and prints by Marion R. Hyde

USU Eastern Press Release The third and final exhibition of 2021 will be a work by Marion Hyde, a Logan artist and retired chair of the art department at Utah State University. The exhibition, entitled “Marion Hyde: Paintings, Drawings and Prints, 1960 – 2021”, will take place from November 2 to December 10 in the […]

Community art – City of culture :: Article from SRQ magazine by Phil Lederer

New Executive Director of Art Center Sarasota emphasizes collaboration and community impact as a way forward. SRQ Review | November 2021 Through Phil lederer In Visual Arts Meet the new Executive Director of Art Center Sarasota, Kinsey Robb. Photo by Wyatt Kostygan Fresh out of New York’s “mega-galleries”, Kinsey Robb left the Big Apple with […]

Starlight Studio and Art Gallery – Buffalo Rising

Author: Jen Swan For this month’s spotlight, I had the opportunity to visit two organizations that focus on inclusiveness in the arts to speak with artists about their projects. The talented artists of Starlight Studio and Art Gallery and the dazzling cast, staff and writers of Unique Theater Company both create captivating works that you […]

This young couple’s Bengaluru apartment is designed for glamorous evenings

“When people think of a multifunctional house with space-saving and utilitarian elements, a glamorous or elegant image very rarely comes to mind,” this is how interior designer Jannat Vasi describes the biggest challenge. she was confronted with when creating Park Home: a one-foot apartment in Bangalore. The house, designed for a young couple, originally had […]

Carmarthenshire listed gallery building redevelopment projects

PLANS for the redevelopment and expansion of a listed gallery building in Carmarthen were recommended for approval. The new Oriel Myrddin Gallery will span two commercial units at the back and include a new café, boutique, offices, studios and an art center. The Carmarthenshire Council Planning Committee has approved an agent’s recommendation for approval, but […]

Asia-Pacific Cultural Center New Building Project – The Suburban Times

A report from the Asia-Pacific Cultural Center. TACOMA – Asia Pacific Cultural Center celebrates 25 yearse Anniversary in 2021, not only by remembering their past achievements and successes, but also looking to the future with a new construction project for their existing home. The project will include the rehabilitation of their existing 10,500 square foot […]

Hunter Biden faces new money-for-access issues after his art dealer wears a Camp David hat

Hunter Biden’s art dealer was pictured wearing a Camp David hat after Joe Biden’s visit to the presidential retirement – prompting questions whether the controversial gallery owner joined the first family there. The photo was shared on Instagram – two days before the long-awaited Hunter exhibit made a surprise opening at the Bergès Gallery in […]

The National Gallery of Art acquires Faith Ringgold’s painting Flag is Bleeding: perhaps the museum’s “largest purchase of a contemporary work of art” since 1976

THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART (NGA) acquired “The American People Series # 18: The Flag is Bleeding” (1976), a major painting by Gold Faith Ring which makes a powerful political statement on American democracy and racism. The iconic painting was acquired directly from the artist’s collection with funds donated by the Glenstone Foundation and the […]

works by artist Simeon Spearman on display at the Lander Fine Art Gallery until November 17 | Relax

Greenwood-based freelance portrait and portrait painter Simeon Spearman says he can create for hours at a time when inspiration strikes. His exhibition entitled “Manifestations” is on display at the Lander Fine Art Gallery until November 17th. Discover charcoal portraits, works made with Conté pencils or sticks, and even two-dimensional pieces on wood, created using wood […]

The Museum-Off between two French billionaires has only just begun

It seems that not much has happened in the upper echelons of French fashion and philanthropy over the past few decades that has not involved either Bernard Arnault, 72, or Francois Pinault, 85, the mega-collectors and billionaires patresfamilias of luxury conglomerates LVMH and Kering, respectively. The two have locked horns on the most golden arenas […]

Enriched Bread Artists reopens to the public for the first time during the pandemic

Breadcrumb Links Local arts Entertainment Author of the article: Lynn saxberg Local artist Kristina Corre in her studio at the Enriched Bread Artist Studios on Thursday. Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected independently. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on […]

Shop for cute, artist-designed caps – and this affordable art fundraiser – to support Melbourne’s Blindside Gallery

Now more than ever, small acts of kindness can have a big impact. “It’s good to give someone a hat. It’s also nice to call someone, give them a compliment or eat a delicious meal, ”according to award-winning Sydney artist Jason Phu. With other artists Sanja Pahoki (a Melburnian doing “art on existential anxiety [that’s] […]

Closed for 19 months, JCC’s Janice Charach gallery reopens with a ceramic exhibition

artwork by jeff ham The theme of the exhibition: What can you find on a plate, a question that can be answered in several creative ways. Aclose to being closed for 19 months old and briefly open to visits by appointment in October and November 2020, JCC’s Janice Charach Gallery is finally reopening its doors […]

Jasmine Roth reveals a beautiful decorating idea that you are sure to overlook

Jasmin roth, host of the show “Help! I destroyed my house, ”knows that many homeowners will opt for DIY to save money on renovations. Yet at the end of the day, these efforts often end up being a bigger puzzle than they are worth. In the Season 2 episode “Worth the Peace of Mind”, Roth […]

The development of Nubian Square seeks to ‘revive’ the arts economy in Blair Lot

The developers plan to transform a vacant lot in the center of Nubia Square into a vibrant, arts-inspired structure that would rekindle the heartbeat of the community. their proposal, a mixed-use development called Ascension of Nubia, will include a covered market, a performance hall and spaces where creators can live, collaborate and sell their work. […]

Parisian exhibition explores the influence of Islamic arts on Cartier design – WWD

PARIS – An exhibition at Decorative Arts highlights the contribution of Islamic arts to a pillar of the French luxury industry: the jeweler Cartier. Museum director Olivier Gabet, speaking on the title of the exhibition “Cartier and Islamic Arts – In Search of Modernity”, said he “puts everything on the same level, [proving] excellence from […]

Things to do for all of you | Arts and Entertainment News

Artists, who work across a variety of mediums, include Phyllis Anderson, Jill DeFelice, Glen Guarino, ta hahn, Dennis Loughlin, Joe Lugara, Varleria Marcus, George Mattei, Lucretia E. McGuff-Silverman, Tony Migliaccio, Vincent Nardone, Carol Nussbaum, Suzanne Pasqualicchio, Jason Rice, Vincent Romaniello, Andrea Sauchelli, Karen Starrett, Lou Storey, Diane Tomash and Christina Marie Klein. The Noyes Arts […]

Jan Brett, Immigrants, Theater Hopes & ‘Aprons With Attitude’

Jan Brett has a new book Titcomb’s Bookstore in East Sandwich is one of three New England bookstores and 15 nationwide chosen to sell personalized copies of the new “Jan Brett’s Nutcracker” by children’s author / illustrator Jan Brett for this holiday season. Books ordered through the store can get the personalized copies by October […]

Science Gallery Atlanta Appoints New Director Ahead of Exhibition Opening | Emory University

Emory University has named Audrey Chang as the inaugural director of Science Gallery Atlanta, an innovative and immersive place for scientific and artistic collaboration that will open to the public early next year. Chang began his new post on October 13, months before the opening of “Hooked,” an exhibit that will explore the twin themes […]

The WCCC program “Founders” presents the works of 2 pioneers of the program

Until the end of the month, Westmoreland County Community College is hosting an art exhibit honoring two faculty and campus leaders who have helped develop programs at the school. The exhibition, titled “Founders”, features works by Gregory Lee Hricenak and Robert Myers. It will be on display in the Science Innovation Center art gallery on […]

Glazed Edibles brings the art of chocolate to cannabis, in partnership with actor Jim Belushi | To eat

“One thing we want to point out,” Hutto said, “is that these are entirely separate businesses. Ice cream shop is its own thing – you won’t find frozen edibles in these stores.” Still, there is some cross-pollination. Bill Copeland, the world-class chocolatier who founded Glacier Confection, helped develop some of the recipes for chocolates sold […]

Politicians denounced closures in Glasgow during COP26

POLITICIANS have denounced after it was revealed that tourist attractions in Glasgow would be closed to the public during COP26. We previously reported that six venues in the city, including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, will be temporarily closed while the climate conference takes place. Paul Sweeney, MSP, said: ‘Once again Glasgowians will be […]

LARC receives grant from Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation for art workshops

TORRINGTON – LARC received a grant from the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation to fund an art workshop at the Five Points Center for the Visual Arts. Twelve people from LARC’s Day Support Option (DSO) attend a weekly hour-long class at the new Five Points Arts Center on University Drive in Torrington. Classes are taught by […]

Frieze London’s new Unworlding section hoped to raise awareness of young artists, but it also generated sales

Unworlding, a new section of Frieze London examining ideas of collapse and rebirth, is perhaps the kind of title you might expect from a biennial. And the works on display here, the vast majority of very young artists, are more radical and experimental than in other parts of the fair, but that doesn’t mean they […]

Nicole Storm – Brooklyn Rail

In sight White columnsAugust 28 – October 16, 2021new York Nicole Storm’s first solo show in New York City is an exuberant installation of heavily crafted surfaces that combines abstract painting in color and calligraphic line art. Occupying half of the White Columns gallery, the exhibition presents a multicolored collection of mixed two-dimensional and sculptural […]

SculptureTucson hosts premier performance by renowned artist Rotraut in Arizona

TUCSON, Arizona (KOLD News 13) – World-renowned artist Rotraut will host his first comprehensive historical exhibition in Arizona, thanks to SculptureTucson. SculptureTucson is a local nonprofit organization committed to beautifying the local landscapes of Tucson with the development of sculptures, public works of art, and even workshops and resources for budding artists and collectors. From […]

On Saturday you are invited to the world event “Observe the Moon Night” – by Jan Wondra

While most people on this planet take the moon for granted, people in space programs around the world, including at NASA, do not. In fact, this Saturday night in a few hours (insert hours at time of posting) from now, was declared a “International Moon Night Observation” and there are celebrations planned all over the […]

IMC Gears Up For Fall 2021 High Point Market With Over 70 Exhibitor Updates And Nearly 20 Events

International Market Centers (IMC) is preparing to welcome designers and retailers to its 17 High Point properties with updated resources – including 74 new brands, relocated and expanded – complemented by a full list of in-person programs for Fall High Point Market, October 16. -20, 2021. “IMC buildings are buzzing in anticipation of another High […]

Notes on the neighborhood: neighborhood parties, a bike path through town, volunteer opportunities, art exhibitions and more

The return of the library In case you missed the story: The Mission Library branch will launch a take-out service on Saturday at the Bartlett Street entrance, and a bookmobile parked outside will offer an organized supply of books to browse, courtesy of the Mission branch team. This is the first weekend library service the […]

what do collectives mean for the future of the art world?

Amid the frenzy of Frieze London’s comeback to life, this year’s lecture program asks a question: how today’s art market, so gripped by a winner-takes-all mentality, can evolve towards a model based on cooperation and attention, rather than competition and extraction? Among the speakers trying to answer this question are the Jakarta-based art collective ruangrupa, […]

Georgetown celebrates the arts program that uplifts the colors and moods of fall at Book Hill

With the onset of fall, splashes of color were spotted along Wisconsin Avenue, but artistic in nature and not arboreal. As part of a pilot public art program, Georgetown Celebrates the Arts enlivens the Main Street corridor with 43 public art pieces printed on ‘kake mono’ banners and ground installations along Book Hill between Volta […]

BIG ARTS opens exhibition season with Chailosky sculptures | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

GREAT ARTS Al Chailosky BIG ARTS will open the Fine Arts season with sculptor Alberto Chailosky on October 22 in the Dunham Family Gallery. There will be an artists’ conference and reception on November 5 at 5 p.m. “Lost but not forgotten” Chailosky’s exhibition consists of miniature sculptures in mixed media that represent important places […]

Gravel City Roasters, Trox Gallery & Gifts to hold grand opening on Saturday | Gas

Gravel City Roasters and Trox Gallery and Gifts returned to downtown Emporia early Wednesday morning to their new shared location. Now located at 715 Commercial St., a grand opening celebrating the move is scheduled for Saturday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., where guests can look forward to snacks, raffle prizes and sales. Coffee lovers […]

Obama’s ethics chief criticized the White House for Hunter Biden’s art sales, saying buyers could use them to gain influence with his father

Obama’s White House ethics chief Walter Shaub addressed Hunter Biden’s art sales. He described them as a “potential vehicle for channeling money to the first family” in return for influence. Walter Shaub, who was ethics chief in Barack Obama’s administration, criticized President Joe Biden’s White House for dismissing questions about Hunter Biden’s lucrative art sales. […]

27-story residential building leads the way at 2413 Third Avenue in Mott Haven, Bronx

RXR Realty recently celebrated the start of construction on 2413 Third Avenue, a 27-story residential tower in the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx. Designed by CetraRuddy Architecture, the development will include a mix of residences, parking lots and commercial areas on the ground floor. 2413 Third Avenue arrives as RXR Realty’s first entry […]

Provincetown artists and art galleries starting the week of October 14.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Due to local and national public safety advisories regarding the COVID-19 virus, please check with the sites directly for the latest information on precautions. OPENINGS AND EVENTS Friday October 15th Priscilla Jacket exhibition: is 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at Seashore Point, 100 Alden St., Provincetown. For information: 508 487-0771. Priscilla […]

Novelist Tiphanie Yanique to sign books at Bajo El Sol art gallery

Portrait of Tiphanie Yanique (Photo by Kay Hinton) Bajo El Sol Gallery will be hosting a signing session for Tiphanie Yanique at 5:00 pm Thursday, October 28 in St. John. A highly influential storyteller, Tiphanie Yanique is known for her exceptional ability to take readers on a journey through time, places and relationships. Yanique is […]

Paul McCartney Says John Lennon’s Desire To Make Art With Yoko Ono Really Shattered The Beatles + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most important developments from the art world and the art market. Here is what you need to know on Wednesday, October 13. NEED TO READ Danish artist hires lawyer to fight his sculpture’s removal in Hong Kong – Jens Galschiøt hired a lawyer to liaise with […]

MoMA and the Mexican moment in New York

Art movements rarely conform to national borders; nor are they the result of artists’ efforts alone. Transnational networks of individuals and institutions often play an essential role in the research, interpretation and defense of radically new works of art. This was never more the case than during the “Mexican moment” of the twentieth century, a […]

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