In the highly nomadic life of singer-songwriters, few have been able to keep pace with Matt Woosey and his ever evolving style. Not one to rest on his laurels, Matt has toured his last 8 albums throughout Europe, Australia, South Africa and Scandinavia. He has had great successes as a solo troubadour, as a duo […]
The annual 4 Corners Festival got under way tonight with the launch of an art exhibition, ‘20 Artists: Religion and Spirituality’ at the Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts in North Belfast. The exhibition is curated by Bronagh Lawson and features works dealing with contemporary spirituality. (Image: Bronagh Lawson with Jonathan Abernethy-Barkley, assistant minister at more...
Sat 14 Feb As part of the Sydney Chinese New Year festival, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art are teaming up with Chinese art stars Yangjiang Group and Sydney's...
For this major new installation at Camden Arts Centre, London based artist Ruth Ewan brings to life the French Republican Calendar. In use from 1793 until 1805, the calendar temporarily redefined and rationalised the Gregorian Calendar, stripping it of all religious references in post-revolutionary France. Show More Summary
Have you heard of the English poet and painter, Adrian Henri? Whether you know him or not, we recommend a hop, skip, and a jump over to the ICA’s homage to his artful magic. From The Guardian: In 1965, Liverpool was “the centre of human consciousness in the world”, according to Beat visionary Allen Ginsberg. […]
De Appel arts centre is presenting the first solo exhibition in The Netherlands by the British artist Michael Dean, entitled Qualities of Violence. Dean is exhibiting his latest works in consoles designed in response to the exhibition spaces. Show More Summary
Saskia Pintelon is a Belgian artist. She completed her art training in Sint-Lukas (Ghent) during the swinging sixties but soon swapped the student city for exotic Sri Lanka, where she still lives and works. She went there in search of...Show More Summary
17 Jan-07 Mar Young Chinese art stars Yangjiang Group are debuting in Sydney this month thanks to the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, and in time for...
On Friday January 9th Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art opened its doors to the exhibition Moon Skin Lucid Walk with three women artists, each with their own distinctive visual language. We have invited the Danish artists Kirstine Roepstorff and Evren Tekinoktay and the Italian artist Carol Rama to exhibit together for the first time. Show More Summary
A very recent history of the idea of future, when it reaches its final chapter, cannot ignore an indisputable fact: after amassing an extensive biography, for some decades now the notion of future has been falling under suspicion and...Show More Summary
Photo from Bibliothèque publique d'information ©Vinciane Verguethen A Monday morning between Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Paris, and the line for modern art museum Centre Georges Pompidou winds around the block. But the patrons waiting...Show More Summary
Jesse Wine (born Chester, 1983) works mainly with ceramics, using traditional techniques to explore form and the process of making. For his exhibition on the Ground Floor at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, Wine made an...Show More Summary
The exhibition When Elephants Come Marching In by guest curator Mark Kremer investigates the ongoing influence that Psychedelia and Conceptualism still have in contemporary Western art. Artists today activate a turbulent inheritance; and in their efforts Psychedelia and Conceptualism are once again united. Show More Summary
A second sculpture by Jeff Koons is conspicuously absent from his retrospective at the Centre Pompidou after a photographer's widow complained to the art star and the museum's administration that "Naked" (1988) constituted copyright infringement.
The exhibition ?Photography of the Victorian Age? comprises the art pieces from the ROSPHOTO?s collection and the collection ?Pre-Raphaelitism in Photography?, which has been donated by the British Council to the Tomsk Regional Art Museum. Show More Summary
The Royal Academy of Arts has been awarded a grant of £1 million from the Clore Duffield Foundation for the new Clore Learning Centre, which forms part of the major redevelopment to transform Burlington Gardens and enable the RA to share and interpret its heritage for a broad 21st century audience. Show More Summary
To celebrate its special summer program, China Up Close, the Australian Centre for the Moving image invites audiences to take part in Between the Screens, a global online exhibition that explores China?s exploding moving image art, film and culture. Show More Summary
This autumn the French-Algerian artist Kader Attia is presenting a towering installation in the Centre for Fine Arts, with which he reflects on the tension between religion and science, in man?s endless quest for total knowledge. Moreover, a new site-specific installation is currently on view at the Middelheim Museum, Antwerp. Show More Summary
Sixteen original 15th and 16th century Malian manuscripts will go on display Friday at the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels, The Art Newspaper reported.
La Criée centre for contemporary art is presenting from 18 December 2014 to 15 February 2015 the second exhibition of the season «Battre la Campagne» (Souring the Fields): «aller dehors» (going outdoors). Aller dehors: going outdoors...Show More Summary