Posts Tagged ‘Contemporary art

Contemporary Art in Eastern Europe – An Important Addition to Every Art and History Library By Lorette C. Luzajic One of the best ways to learn about history, geography and culture is through art. The personal interpretations expressed through art give depth to the politics, traditions, and experiences involved in history and its culmination in [...]

Park Avenue Armory, in collaboration with Asia Society Museum, will host an open studio with Yoshitomo Nara and designer Hideki Toyoshima’s collaborative team, YNG, and will undertake rebuilding the structure of the installation work, ‘Home’, and Nara will establish a temporary studio to create new drawings and other works that will be included in Asia Society [...]

Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968, is the first major exhibition to explore in depth the contributions of female Pop artists and seeks to expand the definition of classic Pop art and re-evaluate the role of the women who worked alongside the movement’s more famous male practitioners. It features more than fifty works by Pop art’s [...]

Atelier Van Lieshout (AVL) is a multidisciplinary company that operates internationally in the field of contemporary art, design and architecture. AVL was founded in 1995 by Joep van Lieshout. The name Atelier Van Lieshout emphasises the fact that the works of art do not stem solely from the creative brain of Joep van Lieshout, but [...]

Currently going on is Scope Basel Art Fair, in Basel, Switzerland. First view was June 15 and it is now open to the public through June 19, 2010. Robert Montgomery installation SCOPE, the art show that has established its name by curating cutting edge contemporary art from around the world, proudly returns to Basel for [...]

GUS VAN SANT’S PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITIONS Director Gus Van Sant was a hungry art student studying painting at the Rhode Island School of Design before he claimed fame with ‘Drugstore Cowboy’, ‘Good Will Hunting’ and ‘Milk’.

PETER KOGLER’S INSTALLATIONS AT MITTERAND AND SANZ, ZURICH Peter Kogler has  developed  an  approach  that  involves  a  series  of  recurring  motifs  that create a  mental  landscape.  Ants, brains, globes,  light  bulbs  and  interlacing  designs  offer variations  on  elements  of vocabulary  while  retaining  an  aspect  that  is purified, literally essential. Digitally modelled  then  organised  on  varied [...]


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