Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968 exhibition features more that fifty works by Pop art’s most significant female artists and is the first major exhibition to explore in depth the contributions of female Pop artists. The exhibition will be on view in the Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and in the adjacent fourth-floor [...]
A solo exhibition of new work by Neck Face (an anonymous graffiti artist, known for his frightening drawing style and humorous writings) is coming to OHWOW on October 31 and running through November 20, 2010. Into Darkness is a homecoming presentation (of sorts) for the California native, as he unveils his latest series of drawings, paintings, [...]
TREASURES FROM BUDAPEST: EUROPEAN MASTERPIECES FROM LEONARDO TO SCHIELE The Treasures From Budapest exhibition showcases the breadth and wealth of one of the finest collections in Central Europe. It comprises works from the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, with additional key loans from the Hungarian National Gallery. Egon Schiele, ‘Two Women Embracing’, 1915
This Saturday, September 18th, from 6pm till midnight, Art Whino Gallery presents Richard Salicido’s Solo Exhibition ‘Beautiful Failures’. Richard Salcido’s work encompasses the process of exhibition development by creating an ‘exhibition-worthy’ piece under a daily time constraint from inception to completion, and embracing the idiosyncratic qualities that unfinished pieces may include. He states that “on [...]
Fred Tomaselli’s exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, a mid-career survey featuring the artist’s two-dimensional works from the late 1980s to the present, will be on view from October 8, 2010, through January 2, 2011. Tomaselli’s artwork draws upon a wide range of sources from both popular culture and art history, and from his own hobbies of [...]
CLAYTON BROTHERS EXHIBITION AT MMOCA Clayton Brothers: Inside Out, at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, is a a new major exhibition that presents twenty-six paintings and three mixed-media installations created collaboratively by brothers Rob and Christian Clayton. The Clayton Brothers construct complex narratives that introduce memorable characters and comment wryly on contemporary life.
Fashion meets architecture at the ‘Istanbul Contrast’ exhibition at Istanbul Modern — the brain child of renowned designers Ece and Ayse Ege (creators of Dice Kayek) — which opened August 26th and will run through September 19, 2010 (coinciding with Istanbul Fashion Week) with the support of Istanbul 2010 Capital of Culture Agency. The collection interprets the [...]