Category: Commercial gallery

Hangzhou Qianjiang Century City Riverfront Digital Industrial Park

Project description As the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games approach, the new Qianjiang Century City economic and cultural center is under rapid construction and is expected to become the region’s new icon. Aedas, led by Executive Director Wei Li, and the Zhejiang Provincial Institute of Architectural Design and Research (ZIAD) won the international competition for the […]

a new column highlighting the actors who are moving the art world more environmentally sustainable

Green is the New Black might seem like a rather facetious title for a column that deals with how the art world is responding to our collective climate and environmental emergency. But I am also aware that after decades of globetrotting, private jet hopping and conspicuous consumption, the art world’s recent embrace of green issues, […]

MFA ‘Sulky Sentiments’ Art Exhibit Barely Misses the Mark – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Megan Fisher “Sulky Sentiments” at the Alvin Gittins Gallery (Photo by Megan Fisher | The Daily Utah Chronicle) From May 2 to May 13, the Alvin Gittins Gallery on the campus of the University of Utah organizes “sulky feelings», an exhibition by artist Christina Riccio for her master’s thesis in fine arts. Throughout the exhibition, […]

Easter traditions spark joy for residents of Watercrest Santa Rosa Beach Assisted Living and Memory Care

“Honoring the traditions associated with holidays and special events is an important goal at Watercrest Santa Rosa Beach,” said the executive director. Kim Haddon. “Whether it’s sharing a classic dish, a colorful decoration, or a catchy tune, these events provide residents with helpful opportunities to connect and engage.” Watercrest Senior Living recognizes the importance of […]

Museums and Galleries Partner with Galleries Commit to Save Rainforest – ARTnews.com

Some of the art world’s leading galleries and museums, including David Zwirner, Hauser & Wirth and New York’s Guggenheim, have teamed up to preserve 200,000 acres of threatened rainforest in Peru. The sustainable collective Galleries Commit announced on Instagram Tuesday that the area, called Chuyapi-Urusayhua Regional Conservation, is now permanently protected through a matching fund […]

New York is rich in Arte Povera, from the pandemic-era works of Pier Paolo Calzolari to the nature-inspired rugs of Piero Gilardi

When Marianne Boesky decided to give Pier Paolo Calzolari his first New York exhibition in 25 years in 2012, she was determined to reintroduce the understated maestro of Arte Povera across the pond with a grand presentation. . So much so that Boesky called on Pace Gallery’s Marc Glimcher to punch holes in the walls […]

Trinity Point offers Grade A office space with green credentials at €60 per square foot

Companies looking to establish their operations in a key Dublin city center location while meeting their environmental, social and governance (ESG) objectives may be interested in the opportunity offered by the Trinity Point offices. Situated in a prime position at 10/11 South Leinster Street, the property in question is one of the few third generation […]

Seven new stores and restaurants in Charlotte SouthPark

Seven retailers, including a new restaurant concept from Seoul Food Meat Company called Bit By Seoul, clothing stores and the luxury real estate company’s regional headquarters will open by summer at Morrison in Charlotte’s SouthPark. Commercial foundry Several new retailers, including a restaurant, clothing stores and the regional headquarters of a real estate company, will […]

From street art to Steph Curry sneakers, Oakland artist Hueman’s creativity knows no bounds

It’s almost impossible that you haven’t seen Hueman’s work. In the past three years alone, the artist’s bold and “ethereal” style has brightened up Lyft Bikes and the first sneakers from Steph Curry’s new shoe line, the Curry 8. She fractured portrait of Pink graces the cover of the musician’s 2019 album Hurts 2B Human; […]

Modern West gallery artists-in-residence get chance to create post-pandemic

In a bright studio at Salt Lake’s Modern West Gallery, visual artist Laura Sharp Wilson – 56, with lapis blue eyes, bobbed blonde hair and a collarless T-shirt on a hot March day – is working on a new collection of textile-inspired pieces that explore society’s relationship to nature and the charged meanings of heirlooms, […]

The Allentown Neighborhood Is Booming: A Guide to Pittsburgh

What was once considered a shortcut to Route 51 has grown into a growing and thriving community that continues to add restaurants and businesses to its repertoire. Nestled between Mount Washington and the south side slopes is Allentown, centered around the intersection of two major thoroughfares, Arlington and East Warrington Avenues. Allentown, shaped like a […]

ENSHADOER Store / say architects

ENSHADOER Store / say architects © Minjie Wang + 26 To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/977681/enshadoer-store-say-architects Region Area of ​​this architecture project Region : 174 m² Year Year of realization of this architectural project Year: 2021 Photographs Manufacturers Marks with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: 佛山市铝丽装饰材料有限公司, 安平县奇硕金属丝网制品有限公司, 浙江祥捷绿建科技有限公司 […]

Opening of Winners Showcase at Mills Pond Gallery

It’s time to honor the best of the best. The Smithtown Township Arts Council Winners Showcase Fine Art Exhibition opens Saturday, March 5 at Mills Pond Gallery in St. James. The exhibition features winning artists from the 2021 competition Members Showcase (Kyle Blumenthal, Donna Corvi, Margaret Minardi) A sense of place (Gia Horton Schifano) and […]

With $2 million to spend, should you buy a George Condo Head or an enchanting Marc Chagall? We asked an art consultant to choose

Should a single painting by Damien Hirst cost more than an entire Old Masters sale? Why is Adrian Ghenie’s auction record higher than Frida Kahlo’s? The strange, fickle, and largely subjective nature of art appraisal is one of the industry’s most enduring conundrums and sources of complaint. To analyze what lies behind some of the […]

Beverly Hills home of late Saudi billionaire sells for $24.5 million – DIRT

In the summer of 2020, less than two months after his death, the towering Los Angeles estate of Sheikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel hit the market, to much fanfare, with a thud of $32.5 million. Nearly two years later and a change of realtors later, the nearly seven-acre expanse has finally sold, albeit for a significantly […]

Bold vision revealed for West End by Heart of London Business Alliance – Retail Times

Heart of London Business Alliance (HOLBA), the Business Improvement District (BID) which represents one of the most culturally rich areas in the world, has unveiled its manifesto for the next five years, with a program of activities to help the West End to recover and thrive from the pandemic as a global cultural and commercial […]

Susan Lester’s ‘delicious’ bird paintings to celebrate in the book that almost never was

When media mogul Edmund Rouse was embroiled in a political scandal and imprisoned for attempted bribery in 1989, it threw his businesses into turmoil. A lesser-known victim of Rouse’s disappearance was budding artist Susan Lester, who was commissioned by the businessman to paint 200 detailed Tasmanian birds to be published in a special two-volume book […]

Rogues’ Gallery: imprisoned in Newport, Pontypool and Rhymney

These six defendants were recently sentenced to prison for crimes including injury, drug trafficking, arson and burglary. We review their cases. Timothy O’Sullivan Timothy O’Sullivan attacked his victim with a hammer in Newport town center after they argued over £10 he owed the plaintiff. “The guy should be shot,” he said after the shocking assault. […]

In a Los Angeles backyard, a collectors’ gallery project expands

When artist and collector Danny First built his gallery The cabin in the backyard of her Hancock Park home in 2014, her petite stature was part of the appeal. The space, eerily modeled after the hut where terrorist Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber) holed up in Montana, is a 10-foot-by-12-foot high-ceilinged structure that, even with its […]

More types of blue | The Art Institute of Chicago

Through Janice Katz, Clara Granzotto, Craig Leeand Richard Gessert This lack covers a wide range of historical periods, languages ​​and geographical locations. It’s intriguing, no doubt. But despite this scarcity of words, it’s hard not to notice the incredible variety of shades of blue in the manufactured world, especially after reading the first collection of […]

K Contemporary’s Doug Kacena shakes up the Denver gallery scene

K Contemporary is currently Denver’s most exciting commercial art gallery. In just five quick years, owner Doug Kacena—obviously, that’s where the “K” comes from—gathered a roster of the city’s most adventurous art makers and produced a slew of memorable and completely free. As K’s reputation grew, so did the artists he represented, including Denver-bound stars […]

Editor’s Choice: Booths at Interiors Australia and Denfair

Held at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center February 10-12, 2022, Interiors Australia and Denfair was the first trade show for the architecture and design industries in nearly three years. With a full schedule of speaker sessions across three stages and over 100 exhibiting brands, there was plenty for the thousands of attendees to see. Here […]

As pop-up rents soar, former nomadic gallery Guts Gallery opens permanent space in Hackney

The headquarters of the Guts Gallery, which started three years ago as a nomadic gallery championing emerging and underrepresented voices in art, has moved to a permanent space in Hackney, east London . Founded by “Northern working-class queer” Ellie Pennick as a traveling project space (it only began selling work in 2020), Guts was created […]

New York gallerist dies at 67 – ARTnews.com

Julie Saul, New York art dealer and curator champion of avant-garde photography, has died at 67. Julie Saul Projects, the gallery she founded in 1986, confirmed the news. “She was instrumental in advocating for artists and photographers with great success and was well-loved by her many friends and fellow dealers,” the Association of International Photography […]

New works, new artists highlight spaces in Greater Victoria – Vancouver Island Free Daily

February brings a host of new and old art and artists to the galleries of Greater Victoria. The West End Gallery continually receives exciting new works from its stable of Canadian artists. Many of these internationally sought after and collected artists are inspired by the beauty that surrounds them. Filled with light, color and just […]

Missoula Comedy Artists Collaborate on Drawings and Gallery Mural | Arts & Theater

If a bunch of comic artists were just hanging out, what would they draw? The answer is all over the walls, whether on paper or drywall, at Zootown Arts Community Center’s Main Gallery this month. “Highs and Lows” features highlights from years of collaborative pieces made by six Missoula artists in regular drawing sessions. […]

Andria Hickey leaves Pace Gallery to become Chief Curator of The Shed – ARTnews.com

After three years as a curator at Pace Gallery in New York, Andria Hickey moves a few blocks away and to a different area to become the next chief curator of The Shed, the interdisciplinary arts and performance space that anchors the cultural component of Hudson Yards. . Beginning March 2, Hickey will oversee the […]

Life in the Fast Lane: How Urban Street Art Car Ads Can Backfire – Kattison Avenue/Katten Kattwalk | Number 1 | Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Automakers and their ad agencies really like to show off their driving machines in action. TV commercials depict sturdy, reliable trucks hauling tons of cargo; four-wheel drive SUVs navigating treacherous terrain in extreme weather conditions; and sleek sedans traversing cityscapes of gleaming skyscrapers and trendy urban streets. It’s on funky urban streets that automakers can […]

Spencer Hansen returns to Skye Gallery for what may be the last exhibition on site | News

Skye Gallery has brought back interdisciplinary artist Spencer Hansen for his fourth consecutive winter solo exhibition. Open tonight and on view until April 15, this year’s exhibition with the Bali-based artist may be the last exhibition held at the Skye Gallery space on the corner of East Cooper Avenue and South Hunter Street in the […]

Double Exposure: Alberta Photography Festival Expands in 2022

Breadcrumb Links local arts From the parable of the boy and the barren olive tree by Joel Matthew Warkentin, Exposure is the emerging photographer of the year. .jpg 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 […]

Greystone Holds $125M Refi For Harlem Multi-Family Development – ​​Business Observer

Blumenfeld Development Group (BDG) secured $125 million in refinancing for Smile, a 233-unit Class A multifamily project located in Manhattan’s Harlem neighborhood, Commercial Observer can first report. “BDG has had the benefit of working with Greystone since the original concept design of The Smile, and we are delighted with the execution Greystone has achieved,” said […]

British Columbia truckers take part in ‘freedom convoy’ across country to protest vaccine mandate

Breadcrumb Links News Local News The Canadian Trucking Alliance estimates that the federal vaccine requirement could take 10 to 15% — about 12,000 to 16,000 — of truckers off the road. Publication date : January 22, 2022 • 9 hours ago • 3 minute read • 14 comments Hundreds of people gathered at a rally […]

The shattered dream of the streets in the sky above Piccadilly Gardens – and where you can find what’s left of them

Manchester is still under construction, it will always be under construction. It is a collection of centuries of architecture. But in the 1960s a plan for Mosley Street and a town center ring road might have seen some of the historic buildings on Oxford Street, Portland Street and Mosley Street demolished in favor of the […]

Wichita Gallery presents visually impaired artists

Sarah Kephart, Envision Arts Program Manager, front row from right, and Dale Small, Envision Arts Galley Coordinator, front row far right, with students from the Adult Arts Class of Envision. The Envision Arts Gallery and Community Engagement Center opens this weekend. A new art gallery that champions the accessibility and inclusion of art opens on […]

Mississippi toasts the art of Andrew Bucci on his centennial

Mississippi Artist Andre BucciThe artist’s captivating and colorful contemporary art and his place in the state’s creative treasure chest and cultural history are at the center of Mississippi art events celebrating the centennial of his birth. Andrew Bucci received a Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts in 2009. Courtesy Mississippi Arts Commission/Photo by James […]

Pennsylvania Farm Show Raises Investments for the Future and Rewards Youth at 2022 Show Opening

Have Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding was joined by young leaders in agriculture to open the Pennsylvania Farm Show 2022 today, showing how hands-on learning opportunities are shaping the next generation of farmers. The Pennsylvania Farm Show runs January 8-15 and is the largest indoor farm show under one roof in the country, […]

Montgomery Artist Brings Wonderful Worlds To JCA – The Troy Messenger

Eclectic: derives ideas, style or tastes from a wide range of diverse sources. This is the definition of the work of Nathaniel Allen, artist exhibiting at the Johnson Center for the Arts. Allen describes his work as “exploring ideation” and, he might add, with following eyes and possessing spiritual clarity. Mmmm… .. Or, Allen might […]

Latiff Mohidin presents his latest works in private exhibition to commemorate his 80th birthday

Celebrated by royalty, prestigious institutions and elite collectors, Maestro Latiff Mohidin continues to show privileged art lovers why his latest paintings are amazing and why no other Malaysian artist comes close to his level. The little artist, who is 157cm tall, turned 80 in August. To commemorate this milestone event, he presented around ten large-sized […]

Lauren O’Neill-Butler on “Niloufar Emamifar, SoiL Thornton and an Oral History of Knobkerry”

For this exhibition in three separate acts – a sort of non-collective collective exhibition – Niloufar Emamifar presented works related to the archives of SculptureCenter, covering its foundation as the Clay Club in 1928 to the present day. The pieces were displayed in the maze of narrow corridors on the lower level of the institution. […]

Shaoxing / gad rice wine town reception hall

Shaoxing / gad rice wine town reception hall Perspective is. Image © YAOLI STUDIO + 36 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/974110/shaoxing-rice-wine-town-reception-room-gad View of the building from the river. Image © YAOLI STUDIO Text description provided by the architects. Shaoxing rice wine has a long history and its cultivation […]

47 mixed-use plots in Richmond sell for nearly $ 22 million

Seven ‘packages’ in the Fan Quarter include housing, retail and office Posted December 21, 2021 through Catherine schulte 1201 W. Main St. in Richmond. Photo courtesy of Commonwealth Commercial Partners. Seven lots of properties totaling 47 plots in Richmond sold for almost $ 22 million, Commonwealth Commercial Partners LLP announced last week. The mixed-use properties […]

Architects Jaqueline Lessa and Francisco Pardo on how looking to Mexico’s past helps them design for the future

Based in São Paulo, Brazil, Jaqueline Lessa created her architecture studio Entre Terras (translation: “between the lands”) two years ago in order to answer human questions through craftsmanship. This philosophy is evident in all of Lessa’s work, from her airy, minimalist design for the Haight clothing store in São Paulo to her fluid exhibition decors […]

LaTurbo Avedon is one step ahead of the metaverse

LaTurbo Avedon is waiting for me at the center of Orbital, a cavernous and almost empty trance nightclub. Pulsed lights illuminate their platinum hair as they roam alone under a purple globe floating on the expansive dance floor. Our date is in Second Life, so finding this space-themed nightclub involves nothing more than typing on […]

Watercolor workshop with renowned artist planned at the SAAC

Hot Springs artist Richard Stephens will return to the South Arkansas Arts Center next year for a three-day painting workshop titled “Watercolor Painting and Design”. A Richard Stephens Workshop offers artists three main amenities: informative technical information sprinkled with humor and antidotes; entertaining and educational painting demonstrations; and plenty of one-on-one time with Stephens as […]

Untold Stories – A Coruña, Spain – Jude Cowan Montague

This commemorative exhibition in a black concrete box on the port of La Coruña marks the career of photographer Peter Lindbergh. Self-organized, the vast images are displayed end to end in this new gallery space remodeled from a former industrial space. Indeed, these fashion clichés do not feel exploitative – JCM To coincide with the […]

Pawan Kumar takes over as Director (Commercial) at Indraprastha Gas Limited

Pawan Kumar has taken on the role of Director (Commercial) of Indraprastha Gas Ltd. (IGL), the country’s largest CNG distribution company, operating city gas distribution networks (CGDs) in 27 districts in ten geographic areas across four states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan. A graduate in industrial engineering from the prestigious Indian Institute of […]

Governor Wolf awards $ 54.5 million for 16 community development projects that will create jobs and improve quality of life

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Governor Tom Wolf today announced the approval of more than $ 54.5 million to support 16 community, economic development and revitalization projects across Pennsylvania. “I am pleased to announce that these projects will receive the state funding they need to improve or create new community projects and facilities that add to the […]

ACCC Warns Against Bid-rigging in Public Procurement | Jones Day

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (“ACCC”) is also warning government agencies against potential bid rigging in the public procurement process. The ACCC has cautioned Australian government agencies (the “Government”) to be on guard against “bid rigging” between competitors with respect to contracts with the government (“public contracts”). Bid-rigging occurs when multiple competitors agree to […]

Los Angeles galleries are coming to New York

For decades, Los Angeles has been a natural place for New York retailers to open a second store. At first Pace and Luhring Augustine tried, and more recently Matthew Marks, Michele Maccarone and Jeffrey Deitch have established roots, as well as Swiss mega-gallery Hauser & Wirth and, later, David Zwirner. But these days, the opposite […]

Window Wonderland opens this weekend

“We are delighted to make Window Wonderland bigger and better than last year’s very successful event,” noted Carol Jolly, Executive Director, The Junction BIA. “To celebrate our opening weekend, we are delighted to offer a performance of that of Toronto award-winning dance-theater company, CORPUS. The Sheep (The Sheep) is a funny and heartwarming group of […]

Newcastle United fans of 120 years ago – on the eve of the club’s biggest decade

On Saturday 23 November 1901 remarkable footage was filmed of the game between Newcastle United and Liverpool at St James’ Park These remarkable images show the faces of Newcastle United’s early supporters. They were captured at St James’s Park 120 years ago in November 1901 in a match against other emerging northern giants, Liverpool. The […]

Hoosick Falls artist paints freedom, perseverance and the end of the pandemic through moving horses | Entertainment

HOOSICK FALLS, NY – “Horses represent freedom to me,” says Turkish-born artist Yucel Erdogan. Erdogan’s images are full of freedom and grace. They carry with them a sense of deep thought and loneliness, powerful and resonant, through darkness and chaos. They represent something more than just horses. They speak of endurance and collective will, especially […]

Bratt Elementary School honors veterans with program and parade (with photo gallery): NorthEscambia.com

Bratt Elementary School honored veterans on Wednesday with a Veterans Day program and parade. For a photo gallery, click or tap here. The guest speaker for the event was Commander George Trice, Jr., United States Navy, retired. He retired in 2011 after 33 years of service in the Navy. He began his career as an […]

Local businesses receive $ 1 million in government funding – Yukon News

In the interest of transparency, the Government of Yukon’s Department of Economic Development has announced and identified the beneficiaries of its new Economic Development Fund program. “I am happy to see that the program is being used by a variety of local organizations and I hope this is just the start,” Economic Development Minister Ranj […]

New company: Union Gallery – upnorthvoice.com

Please consider supporting free local news! UpNorthVoice.com is available for free thanks to our valuable advertisers and readers. You can donate by clicking on the PayPal Donate button located in the right sidebar. Thank you! ### UpNorthVoice.com and CrawfordVoice.com are the northern Michigan source for community news. We cover seven counties including the following communities: […]

Cartoonist Michael Gallagher will be featured at the “Roam in Jerome” event on November 6th

One Two Many by Michael Gallagher, acrylic canvas, 18×24. (House of Joy / Courtesy) Michael Gallagher comes from a long family line of renowned cartoonists and he will be featured at the “Roam in Jerome” event at the House of Joy Gallery and Arcade on Saturday, November 6, according to a press release. The House […]

There is no doubt that Moralizing Mike is the target of Tova O’Brien’s hiring

Composite Mike Hosking has long reigned supreme in commercial radio, but his conservative moralization may allow Tova O’Brien to create space for himself with the more liberal and centrist listeners currently tuned in to ZB, writes Bill Ralston. OPINION: Breakfast listeners with a taste for news and talk radio are about to get a more […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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