Until end-March 2015 Amsterdam's Oude Kerk is the dream location for Tony Oursler's first solo exhibition in the Netherlands in 20 years. The oeuvre of the born and raised New Yorker Tony Oursler (1957), who together with Bill Viola and Gary Hill belongs to the second generation of video artists, covers a broad range of techniques and media. Show More Summary
In an age when digital communication technologies are changing the ways we relate to one another, we frequently encounter emotion in abbreviated forms and express it at a virtual remove. Social media networks encourage us to ?like,? ?follow,? or ?hashtag? our feelings and desires, and to convey them in symbolic emoticons. Show More Summary
For Pin, her first solo exhibition in a museum in Austria, Jenni Tischer (born 1979) has developed an exhibition route in which the formal idioms of minimalist sculpture come up against the history and practice of work with textiles....Show More Summary
The oeuvre of the photographer Tom Vack (1948 Chicago) not only reads like a Who?s Who of the international design scene since the 1980s but also reflects its globalisation today. His photographs now take on an additional depth of meaning...Show More Summary
The 16th edition of Art Rotterdam will inform you about the latest developments in visual art. With different views on young art in diverse exhibition concepts Art Rotterdam becomes more and more an alternative for the large international art fairs. Show More Summary
Mary Beth Edelson: Six Story Gathering Boxes (1972?2014) The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is bringing together six of Mary Beth Edelson?s ground-breaking story gathering boxes in a participatory exhibition that invites visitor contributions. Show More Summary
This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want to participate and share your graphic design inspiration, You can submit your imagesShow More Summary
London Art News is nine years old today. I wrote my first post on Boxing Day 2005, noting the 80th birthday of Winnie-the-Pooh on Christmas Eve and moaning that Pooh's illustrator E.H. Shepard hardly got a mention. More than 7,000 posts later, I'm still blogging. It's addictive stuff this blogging.
PARIS — In our period of the rampant merging of art and fashion, it is refreshing to revisit where this hybridization more or less began in the modernism period with the first retrospective since 1967 of Sonia Terk Delaunay.
Red Rocks Revisited - 8x10 oil - studio painting based on below reference Red Rocks - 5x7 pastel - original reference Fields and woods, streams and creeks and hilltops—I've spent much of my life exploring the landscape, either on foot or in a car, and with camera or paint brush. Show More Summary
I am writing this on Christmas Day, 2014. Not gonna do […] Categories: Essays What I've Learned (Read more...)
Welcome to Scene Stealers, our series of writing prompts designed to boost your creativity. We’re thrilled that so many of you are participating in our writing prompt series. (Read the other Scene Stealers here and add one of your own.)...Show More Summary
"[T]he dialogue, not to mention the dancing, will offer a truly new showcase for Ms. Fleming’s abilities."