Tag: gallery space

Opening of the new Allegheny Art Gallery, “Making Space” – The Campus

Allegheny Art Galleries features the work of four artists in the newly opened “Making Space”. The gallery is located in the Doane Hall of Art and opened on Tuesday March 1 and will remain open to the public until April 2.“It’s an exhibition that deviates a bit from what we often do,” said assistant art […]

Frieze LA report: Amid the pandemic, small galleries are doing well

While the auction market has thrived under COVID, the past few years have been tough for art fairs and museums. During the pandemic, earnings at the high end of the market have remained strong. Sotheby’s has achieved consolidated sales of at least $7.3 billion, its highest annual total in its 277-year history. At Christie’s, sales […]

“Troll Market” supports artists from the north of the country

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – It’s a building many would recognize from the outside, but inside it’s being transformed into what’s being called the Troll Market, a gallery space for local artists. “I think it’s really meaningful and important, I mean we don’t really have opportunities like this,” local artist Alice Elisabeth-Waite said. Elisabeth-Waite is […]

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 […]

Studio 2880 is moving its spaces to be more Covid-friendly

The Prince George & District Community Arts Council is moving its Feature Gallery to its gift shop to make it more easily accessible to everyone. As Covid-19 continues to rear its ever-changing head, a non-profit organization has made the decision to participate in the rapid COVID-19 point-of-care screening (testing) program offered by the Government of […]

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 […]

Neighborhood Notes: Ruth Asawa, Ana Teresa Fernández, Casa Sanchez, some cancellations and more!

We have confirmed cancellations and openings with the organizations below, but plans are subject to change. Stay safe there guys! Canceled: “Navidad Negra! Bajada de Reyes ” The “Navidad Negra! Bajada de Reyes’ Afro-Peruvian concert and dance performance at the Mission Cultural Center for the Arts originally scheduled for 6pm tonight has been canceled “in […]

Pictured: Fifteen Fifteen, the amazing new tour of Vancouver that looks like a game by Jenga

Future homeowners with a head for heights will love this new development in Vancouver – because it has cantilevered pieces across the street. The images reveal how these floating pieces make the new residential tower look like a game from Jenga. Being inside “will create the sensation of floating above the city, the ocean and […]

Gordon Gallery in Tel Aviv brings contemporary art to an unlikely corner of Jerusalem

Beit Sapir, a minimalist industrial building in Jerusalem’s Givat Shaul neighborhood, is either the strangest place for a contemporary art gallery or the best possible place for one. But even if the decision to open a branch of the famous Gordon Gallery of Tel Aviv in one of the less artistic corners of Jerusalem was […]

Ten purple projects ranging from dark purple to light lilac

From a playful furniture collection to a foldable dress, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best mauve projects from Dezeen’s archives reminiscent of the last Pantone color of the year. Last week, company of colors Pantone named Very Peri as its color of the year for 2022. Made from a combination of shades of purple […]

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 […]

The GES-2 House of Culture in Moscow opens a new era in art

Moscow celebrated the inauguration of the GES-2 House of Culture on Saturday. Led by curator Teresa Iarocci Mavica and funded by director of gas company Novatek Leonid Mikhelson, GES-2 is designed to create a revolution in the Russian art scene. GES-2 is the new headquarters of the VAC Foundation, founded by Mavica and Mikhelson in […]

Christie’s Dubai presents West African art exhibition

Christie’s Dubai teamed up with the 1957 Ghana Gallery for an exhibition of African artists titled [West] African Renaissance. The exhibition brings together for a month artists from the Accra gallery at Christie’s at DIFC, from Godfried Donkor, a confirmed Ghanaian artist, to the young Gideon Appah, a painter of enigmatic scenes. work ‘Opera’ by […]

Sigur Rós Star Jónsi transforms gallery into volcanic transport station – ARTnews.com

It has been a long time since I felt happy to describe an experience like indescribable, but it was the word that presented itself most forcefully after entering the first New York exhibition of Icelandic artist Jónsi. After a pandemic-induced spell limited to restricted screens and home stereo equipment, it’s truly something to walk around […]

How a Gilroy artist grew his business during the pandemic

When the pandemic hit, Nacho Moya knew he had to get creative to keep his art gallery and studio in downtown Gilroy afloat. So he did something that is perhaps counterintuitive in an age when resources seem scarce: Moya has started offering free virtual painting lessons. Hundreds of people have signed up, looking for connection […]

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 […]

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 […]

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