Month: July 2022

Artist Tatiana Arocha hopes to spark questions about sustainability with her installation in Lower Manhattan’s rainforest

Giant white leaves float beneath the glass atrium of New York’s Brookfield Place Winter Garden in a loose net. This fantastic jungle-like creation is Bajo el manto de la selva (Under cover of the jungle), an installation by the New York-born Colombian artist Tatiana Arocha (b. 1974). The installation, a creative interpretation of a rainforest […]

The Nanaimo Art Gallery is holding an exhibition based on responses to the late artist’s work

The Nanaimo Art Gallery will present eight artists and their varied responses to the work of a man whose poetry and art through exploration and documentation allowed him to intimately observe “spaces between rural and urban experience” . “Fielding Road” is not only a two and a half month gallery exhibition of the work of […]

How This Bengaluru Gallery Hopes To Build ‘Science Literacy’ Through Art, Films And Music – ThePrint – Select

Bengaluru: Dehydrated pebbles that make music – “rock”, perhaps – when immersed in water, cassava tubers that “interact” with human beings, a colony of ants that gives a lesson on antibiotics, photographs as a byproduct of photosynthesis. Numerous exhibitions defy expectations at the Science Gallery Bengaluru, a rare space where scientists and artists come together […]

La-Z-Boy Incorporated Releases First ESG Report

MONROE, Mich., July 20. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — La-Z-Boy Incorporated (NYSE: LZB), a global leader in home furnishings, today released its first environmental, social and governance (ESG) report. The report explains how La-Z-Boy Incorporated’s ongoing investments in sustainable products, a healthy planet and a values-based culture drive results for customers, consumers, employees, shareholders and […]

Through the Looking Glass: Examining the Reflections of a Play by Abigail Chang

Abigail Chang “Reflections of a Room”/Images: Courtesy of the artist and Volume Gallery Rethinking the material qualities of mirrors and reflective surfaces, Abigail Chang’s solo exhibition features eight objects of varying shapes and scales that borrow from everyday mirrors – from cosmetic to full-length to rear view and security. “Reflections of a Room,” exhibited at […]

The Nansha Cruise Terminal Complex designed by Aedas to create a vibrant coastal community

Project description The Guangzhou Nansha International Cruise Terminal complex, planned and conceptually designed by Aedas, officially opened in November 2019. It is the first cruise homeport in China to achieve seamless connection with the subway. With an estimated annual passage capacity of 750,000 passengers, the port can accommodate the largest cruise ship in the world. […]

Meghan Markle was allegedly livid when Vanity Fair reportedly changed the focus of its 2017 cover

Meghan Markle has come under so much scrutiny during her time in the spotlight, and this new biography just might add more to the fire. In an explosive new book titled ‘Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors’, journalist Tom Bower revealed that Meghan was incredibly unhappy with her infamous September 2017 issue […]

The Phi Foundation of Montreal wants to make art an urban routine

Infinity mirror room – Brilliance of the souls, 2014, by Yayoi Kusama.Kerry McFate/The Phi Foundation In the lobby of the Phi Center in Old Montreal, young and middle-aged people, tourists and locals, lounge on cushions, half-eyeing a video installation about sexual identities while relaxing or discussing. Their attention is more focused upstairs, where they can […]

Why is Anatolia’s art scene so popular? – ARTnews.com

Turkey’s heartland is home to an eclectic, albeit remote, variety of emerging artistic initiatives and institutions. Known as ‘Anatolia’, which means ‘east’ in Greek, it is home to a growing group of busy curators, artists and cultural workers. The video-centric art space Monitor in Izmir holds conceptually rigorous exhibitions, the Mardin Biennale prepares its latest […]

‘It’s an elastic idea of ​​what constitutes the contemporary’: the first autumn edition of the Independent Art Fair will focus on 20th century art

How do we tell the history of 20th century art, and when does contemporary art really begin? In September, Independent Art Fair will launch Independent 20th Century, a new annual fair exclusively devoted to works made between 1900 and 1999, in the hope of offering new and perhaps unexpected perspectives on the past and, therefore, […]

Marinella Senatore: art meets city – Announcements

Baden-Baden, July 7, 2022From Friday 15 July to Sunday 4 September 2022 Kurgarten Baden-Baden Light transforms the city into a stagekunst findet stadt in Baden-Baden presents Germany’s largest “luminaire” to date by the internationally renowned Italian artist Marinella Senatore, who will again attract attention this year with major exhibitions in Paris and London. Baden-Baden—The Kurgarten […]

OKO and Cain secure $62 million for Edgewater project near Missoni Baia – Trade Observer

Are Cain International and Vlad Doroninit is OKO Group develop a second tower in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, across from their Missoni Baia condominium project? The joint venture secured a $62.3 million loan from Lionheart Strategic Management, the property records show. The funding is tied to sites across the street from where the couple are building […]

‘Chalk, Paper, Scissors’ at 20 North features works by Paul Brand and Anastasia Wagner – BG Independent News

Morning on the Maumee by Paul Brand (Supplied image) Posted by: David Dupont July 10, 2022 From 20 GALLERY NORTH On Friday, July 15, 20, the North Gallery will open a new exhibition of works on paper by two Toledo-area artists in “Chalk, Paper, Scissors: Works on Paper by Paul Brand and Anastasia Wagner”. The […]

Celebrate Sofia Vergara’s 50th birthday with a look at her sexiest fashion moments | Gallery

By Megan Riedlinger 10:24 a.m. PDT, July 10, 2022 _ Happy 50th birthday, Sofia Vergara! The brunette beauty is celebrating the milestone birthday on July 10, 2022, and in honor of the momentous occasion, Wonderwall.com is looking back at her sexiest and most spectacular fashion moments ever. The first up? This stunning ivory and gray […]

The best shows in Scottish galleries this week

July 9-September 18. Free admission. Climate House, Royal Botanic Garden, Arboretum Place, Edinburgh, EH3 5NZ. This joint exhibit by 2021 Turner Prize nominees Cooking Sections and Sakiya draws attention to the degradation of ecosystems through the removal of plants. Following a three-year research project, Cooking Sections sheds light on the interdependent relationship between Scottish wild […]

The Sydney gallery that applied the Art Nouveau touch to The Great Gatsby

Organic, sinuous lines and floral motifs are hallmarks of Art Nouveau, whether in architecture, furniture or fashion. Architects such as Victor Horta crafted these “whiplash” lines in the lavish mansions he designed in Brussels in the early 1890s. Artist Alphone Mucha had a similar impact with paintings and murals in Prague. Sydney’s Belle Epoque Fine […]

Korea’s oldest art fair to launch a new satellite fair dedicated to new media art and NFTs to coincide with Frieze Seoul

A new satellite fair adds to the frenzy surrounding the first Frieze Seoul. The Galleries Association of Korea, a long-time organizer of the Korea International Art Fair (Kiaf Seoul), is launching a new initiative, Kiaf Plus, which will run alongside Frieze and Kiaf the first week of September. Together, the three fairs will bring together […]

A second blow for Anna Delvey? The Park Avenue building that she says will house her fake foundation is on the market for $135 million

The Manhattan building of Anna Delvey’s dreams, the six-story property at Park Avenue and East 22nd Street where the notorious con man planned to house his unrealized art foundation, is up for sale for $135 million. The property, which is leased to Swedish photography museum Fotografiska, is currently owned by property developer and mega-collector Aby […]

Sydney’s New Walsh Bay Arts Precinct, Quay Quarter Lanes Hub and Dawn Fraser Baths have been recognized at the 2022 NSW Architecture Awards

The newly redeveloped Walsh Bay Arts Precinct has won the NSW Architecture Medallion, the highest honor of the NSW Architecture Awards 2022, a prestigious celebration of architecture run by the NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects. The transformation of the cultural precinct’s historic buildings, Pier 2/3 and Wharf 4/5, was planned and executed […]

President Biden announces key appointments to boards and commissions

WASHINGTON – Today, President Biden announced his intention to nominate the following individuals to fill key positions: Mohamed Hag Magid, Commissioner, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali, Commission Member, United States Commission for the Preservation of American Heritage Abroad Michael Lozman, Commission Member, United States Commission for the Preservation of American […]

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