The Artist is a unique collaboration between Moderna Museet, Nationalmuseum, and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. In a single exhibition the museum is showing showing works by many of the most well-known names in the history of art from...Show More Summary
Marlborough Fine Art presents a major exhibition of works by Paula Rego across two floors of its London gallery. Considered one of the leading figurative artists today, Rego draws inspiration from many sources including literature and fairy tales to create mysterious and narrative works. Show More Summary
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is presenting a solo-exhibition of American artist James Rosenquist at their Pantin gallery, as well as an exhibition of his collages at the Marais gallery. Born in 1933 and raised in the American Mid-West, James...Show More Summary
A major new commission for IMMA by Irish artist Jaki Irvine, If the Ground Should Open?, is presented here for the first time on the occasion of the centenary of the historic Easter uprisings of 1916. This new work takes as a point of departure Irvine?s 2013 novel ?Days of Surrender?, which focuses on Elizabeth O?Farrell and Julia Grenan. Show More Summary
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia mourns the passing of contemporary Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook. Pootoogook was the first woman and first Indigenous artist to win the preeminent Sobey Art Award in 2006. Annie Pootoogook began drawing in 1997 under the encouragement of the West Baffin Eskimo Cooperative in Cape Dorset. Show More Summary
Even before California became a state in 1850, artists responded to the diverse views and experiences of the 840 miles of coast. Continuing its tradition of showcasing the breadth of California art, the Pasadena Museum of California Art is presenting In the Land of Sunshine: Imaging the California Coast Culture. Show More Summary
Marc Straus is presenting The Incredible Likeness of Being, a group exhibition that investigates the ?Self? through new paintings by five international contemporary artists. From the Early Renaissance by Jan Van Eyck to some of the leading...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announces Toba Khedoori (September 25, 2016?March 19, 2017), a major museum survey of Khedoori?s oeuvre over the past 22 years. The exhibition presents the artist?s more recent oil-on-canvas paintings...Show More Summary
Adam Levine broke tradition by encouraging an artist to join Team Blake. read more
They're fleeing to Los Angeles New York-to-Los Angeles transplants are old hat now, so now it’s time to figure out where the next wave of new Angelenos is going to flood in from. The Guardian guesses it’s going to be artists from San...Show More Summary
LA doesn't look so bad now that SF is expensive New York-to-Los Angeles transplants are old hat now, so now it’s time to figure out where the next wave of new Angelenos is going to flood in from. The Guardian guesses it’s going to be artists from San Francisco. Show More Summary
What a week ahead of us. It begins Monday with the first presidential debate, so naturally, we’ve got a conversation with artist and political hound Martha Rosler on Tuesday. Ostensibly, the conversation will cover Rosler’s career, but...Show More Summary
Since 2014, hundreds of artists have been making field recordings, transforming them into new sounds, and sending both files to the online project Cities and Memory.
KINGSTON, New York — Walking on John Street in Kingston on a rainy Saturday night my eye was caught by the oddest storefront on the block.
The title of artist Brian Dettmer's Dodo Data Dada, showing at PPOW, sounds like cute alliterative nonsense until you realize it's a clever description of the work on view: Sculptures made of old encyclopedias, a medium nearing extinction, with their pages of data carved into intricate photomontages reminiscent of Dada artists like Hannah Hoch.
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Drawings 1982-96 is a modestly titled but very revealing exhibition of drawings by Carroll Dunham, the bulk of which had been owned by Illeana Sonnabend, the artist’s New York gallerist from 1988 to 1994.
Amateurs may think that inspiration drives artistic production, but professionals know the muses are rarely to blame for creative clogging.
I should like the exhibition Measures of Inequity by the artists Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens at the International Studio and Curatorial Program.
Garbage has been piling up for weeks in the halls of 112 2nd Avenue.