Category: Artist gallery

Clay Artist Opens Private Workspace for Holiday Open House – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Clay Artist Opens Private Workspace for Holiday Open House Posted at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 23, 2022 This work by artist Natchez Connor Burns was recently included in an exhibit at the Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans. (photo sent) NATCHEZ — Once a year since 1999, artist Natchez Conner Burns opens his […]

‘Past. Present. Identification tools. New Tools: Watch Video Artist Beryl Korot Rewrite Old Text With Digital Technology

What does a 19th century loom have to do with computer programming? In the eyes – and in practice – of artist Beryl Korot, the answer is: a lot. In fact, the pioneering video artist made the Jacquard loom, invented in 1804, the first computer because of its ability to program patterns using punched cards. […]

In Pictures: See Yayoi Kusama’s infinity nets and polka dots at Hong Kong’s explosive M+ museum exhibition celebrating its first anniversary

At the age of 93, Yayoi Kusama continues to actively make art. Some of his most recent creations can be found among his iconic work exhibited in a successful retrospective in Hong Kong that celebrates both the artist’s seven-decade artistic journey as well as the first anniversary of the M+ museum. The highly anticipated exhibition, […]

British Columbia finalists for the Phillip B. Lind Emerging Artist Prize

Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the article The group of artists will be featured in North Vancouver Gallery’s 2022 Lind Prize exhibition from December 10 to January 29, 2023. Content of the article The […]

Artist Keiko Hara explores a sense of belonging, literally and figuratively, in a new exhibition WSU | Arts & Culture | Spokane | Interior of the Pacific Northwest

Click to enlarge Photo by Amahra Leaman Keiko Hara examines a print in her art studio. Oborn by artist Keiko Hara happy places is his Walla Walla art studio. This is where she does her painting and printmaking which reflects a “strong love of place”, otherwise known as topophilia. The concept is […]

In Uncertain Times, Young Collectors Turn to Time-Tested Modern and Classic Art at Frieze Masters

Minutes after 11 a.m., as the doors to Frieze Masters opened for its VIP preview on Wednesday, Nathan Clements-Gillespie, the fair’s director, was spotted greeting Mando-Pop King Jay Chou. and avid art collector from Taiwan, who arrived in London with his entourage. Dressed in a black hoodie and denim jacket, the 43-year-old Asian celeb was […]

Harriet Bart: Reckoning resonates in the NewStudio gallery

Photo by Victor Bloomfield Interior designers love to delve into the power of objects; their provenance and their materiality, their power to transform a space and their ability to invoke memory. In her new exhibition at St. Paul’s NewStudio Gallery, Minneapolis-based international artist Harriet Bart works with everyday and found objects in her installation Accountan […]

Artist Tino Sehgal’s as-yet-untitled live artwork will be on view at Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tāmaki from Saturday

Wednesday, September 28, 2022, 6:24 p.m.Press release: Auckland Art Gallery Tino Segal Internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Tino Sehgal, whose experimental live art practice has been showcased around the world, presents his critically acclaimed work Yet Untitled 2013 at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki from Saturday 1 october. The exhibition also celebrates the first acquisition […]

JKC Gallery ‘Photo Show Live’ Lunchtime Artist Talk scheduled for Thursday, September 29, 2022 at noon

Trenton, NJ – ‘Photo Show Live’, the new lunchtime photography conference at the James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) of Mercer County Community College (MCCC) at 137 North Broad Street in Trenton, will take place on September 29 from noon to 1 p.m. This month, JKC Gallery Director Michael Chovan-Dalton features Wendy Ewald, an artist who […]

Rooted in art: the exhibition “Dos Arbolitos” paints a picture of friendship and nature

Arturo Tello (left) and John Wullbrandt celebrate decades of friendship and painting in the two-person show, Dos Arbolitos If a picture is worth a thousand words, then it’s a photo that inspired a thousand (or so) paintings when the Oak Group gathered under a vast eponymous tree along the San Marcos Foothill Preserve 35 years […]

‘Confluence’ Art Exhibition Opens at New Middle Street Gallery Location | Arts & Theater

CONTRIBUTED by Gary Anthes The Middle St. Gallery in Washington, Va., is now showing watercolors by member artist Fae Penland in a new exhibition, “Confluence,” in its new location through October 2. Other members of the non-profit co-op will also be exhibiting there after a public reception from 4-6 p.m. on Saturday, September 10. Multiple […]

The Wellington Art Society will present the pop-up gallery “Fall For Art” from September 16 to 18

From Friday September 16th to Sunday September 18th, set your cultural GPS for The District @ Wellington Green, where the Wellington Art Society will present its free annual “Fall for Art” Pop-Up Gallery event. Original artwork from Wellington Art Society members will be on display and available for purchase, including paintings, sculpture, stained glass, wearable […]

Artist Spotlight | Kristin Posehn and the Inverted Dome – NoHo Arts District

Spotlight on artist Kristin Posehn and Inverted Dome. This month’s LA Art Blog is a spotlight on Kristin Posehn and Inverted dome. The MAK Center for Art & Architecture exhibited the launch of Inverted dome. The event included a conversation between the artist Christine Posehn and conservative Aurora Tang. The exhibition and event draw on […]

With a little help from Frieze Seoul, long-running Korean art fair KIAF is making a comeback

With a significant increase in the number of international galleries and an affluent crowd strolling through the exhibition grounds with Hermès handbags, the Korea International Art Fair (KIAF) is feeling the benefits of its partnership with Frieze Seoul. The latest edition of South Korea’s oldest art fair, now open in the Gangnam district, features 164 […]

Russian guard who scribbled eyes on million-dollar painting sentenced as museum scrutiny intensifies

A magistrate’s court in Yekaterinburg, Russia, today (August 29) ruled that a security guard at the city’s Yeltsin center who scribbled his eyes on a 1930s painting by the artist of avant-garde Anna Leporskaya last December was guilty of vandalism and had to serve 180 hours of “compulsory labor” and undergo a “psychiatric evaluation”. The […]

An entertainment schedule with new photos at Brews in Eureka Springs

August 28 (Sunday) Sunday Music — With Woven, 1 p.m., Terra Studios in Fayetteville. Free. using __ August 29 (Monday) Walk-in Tour: Collection Highlights — 11:30 a.m. Monday, Thursday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Saturday, Garrison Lobby at the Crystal Bridges Museum. Free. 657-2335 or Walk-in Tour: Architecture — 1 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Sunday, […]

Hollyhock House from ‘Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death’ reopens – DIRT

Los Angeles conservationists have reason to celebrate this week as the historic Hollyhock House finally reopened after a two-year closure due to the pandemic. The cast concrete marvel, located at 4800 Hollywood Blvd. on the grounds of Barnsdall Art Park in East Hollywood, was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first commission in Los Angeles and is currently […]

The Stratford Gallery will close the summer with an evening of community art featuring the performance of Lyndon John X

Breadcrumb Links local entertainment Entertainment To wrap up the summer and its current slate of art exhibitions, Gallery Stratford will host a community art party on August 27 with a performance by Juno award-winning reggae musician Lyndon John X. Publication date : August 16, 2022 • 31 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join […]

In The Black Fantastic, London’s best summer exhibition

In his 2020 Aperture article on “The Black Fantastic,” Ekow Eshun used a definition of fantasy created by scholar Rosemary Jackson that “has to do with the inversion of the elements of this world, the recombination of its constituent characteristics into new relationships to produce something strange, unfamiliar and seemingly ‘new’, absolutely ‘other’ and different. […]

Gormley’s Turing Memorial Heads to King’s College – and more art news –

To get Morning Links delivered to your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. Header lines INDOOR WORK? New York officials have obtained an arrest warrant for an antique collector Georges Lotfi for possession of stolen goods, New York Times reports. They seized two dozen items from Lofti’s possessions which they […]

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 […]

‘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 […]

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 […]

Sister City Art Exchange at the Mendocino Art Center – The Mendocino Beacon

MENDOCINO, CA – Eight artists from the Omachi-Miasa region of Nagano Prefecture, Japan, joined by twelve artists from the Mendocino Coast, exhibit their works as part of the biennial Mendocino Sister City International Art Exchange Exhibit, from July 1 to September 11, at the Mendocino Art Center. Works include woodworking, functional and sculptural ceramics, textiles, […]

Web3 artist Latashá on educating creators on the ebbs and flows of crypto – TechCrunch

Despite all the controversy surrounding the crypto world, one clear positive of blockchain technology has been its ability to help creators and artists monetize their work. Rapper and visual artist Latashaour guest of the last episode of the Chain reaction podcast, is a living embodiment of web3’s potential to support independent artists. She hit and […]

Artist Rana Samara Explores Intimate Space in New Exhibition at Zawyeh Gallery

DUBAI: If you’re looking to add something new to your playlist, Palestinian-Jordanian singer Dana Salah’s fusion of Arabic, Latin and Western music might be just the thing for you. Streaming service Spotify announced last month that pop-indie artist Salah, formerly known as King Deco, is the second ambassador for EQUAL Arabia, a company that aims […]

Lily Wong’s cinematic paintings are filled with suspense and nostalgia

Art harley wong Lily Wang, Threshold2022. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie LJ. On the walls of Lily Wong’s Brooklyn studio are pasted black and white reproductions of Martin Wong My Secret World, 1978-1981 (1984); a Betye Saar phrenology assemblage; and performance photos of Patty Chang Fountain (1999) inked on printer paper. These far-reaching references […]

The art gallery’s Spotlight series returns, spotlighting Northumberland artists

The Art Gallery of Northumberland’s (AGN) annual arts education fundraising event is back, providing in-person fun, while spotlighting local artists across the county. AGN recently announced the return of its flagship Spotlight Series event – ​​and a return to an in-person, live, paid event, bringing together music, multimedia and visual arts to live audiences. “The […]

A unique exhibition of Cézanne asks us to look through the eyes of the artist: slowly, deliberately and with each brushstroke

“Why Cezanne? Why today? These are the questions the curators of a unique new retrospective on the French painter at the Art Institute of Chicago asked themselves as they set to work a few years ago. When it comes to Cézanne, who, perhaps more than any other artist, laid the foundations of the 20th century […]

Classic Prints Gallery offers framed vintage rose art prints

“One of Pierre-Joseph Redouté’s framed art prints of roses by Classic Prints Gallery” Classic Prints Gallery aims to bring Pierre-Joseph Redouté’s vintage botanical rose art prints into your gallery wall. Read this press release to learn more. The Classic Prints gallery aims to bring Pierre-Joseph Redouté’s vintage botanical rose art prints into homes. Art prints […]

Teleport me, Priti! The Science Fiction About Teleporting Refugees That Seems Very Real | Art

FFive months ago, a fairly large envelope fell into the mailbox of Meriem Bennani’s lawyer. The New York-based Moroccan-born artist had obtained a green card and was now a legal permanent resident of the United States. “It’s weird,” she says over a glass of sparkling water in a bar near Nottingham Contemporary, the gallery where […]

NFT pioneer Olive Allen wants to bring the art world into the metaverse. His vision is nothing like Zuckerberg’s

The metaverse is a lofty and nebulous concept. It’s also a purple storefront on Franklin Street in New York. At least that’s the idea behind Olive Allen’s new exhibition at the Postmasters Gallery, which claims to recreate the world of Web3 in the white cube. The title is coupled with an ominous invitation: “Welcome to […]

Oversized paintings by two artists on display at the Municipal Art Gallery

Published: May 06, 2022 08:10 Oversized works by two Newtown resident artists are on display at the Newtown Municipal Center Art Gallery through May 27. The Newtown Cultural Arts Commission is hosting the presentation, which features paintings by abstractionist painter Stephanie Adam and realist painter Carol Gaulin-McKenzie. The gallery is open weekdays during normal business […]

Two Rivers Gallery shows its wild side and selects a PG artist for a mural project

(Photo courtesy of Two Rivers Gallery) Prince George artist Madeline Kloepper will be the one to create the Two Rivers Gallery’s Wild Side mural. “Playing on the interconnectedness between Prince George and nature, I would like to create a mural using quilts as inspiration for the composition. Essentially, quilts are different pieces of fabric that […]

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