Opening April 25, 2012 is Mariell Amélie’s exhibition “Forget Me Not – Forglem Meg Ei ” at the Notting Hill Arts Club, featuring dream like portraits of self-reflective moments of solitude made visible through the choice of location, clothing and pose. Here are some samples of her work… This is all that is left Finding [...]
HIDE/SEEK Interview with Arnold Lehman, Director of the Brooklyn Museum, and Tricia Laughlin Bloom, Project Curator who discuss the exhibition. B-roll of the HIDE/SEEK exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.
In the Red Hall of Moscow Contemporary Art Center Winzavod, Moscow, visitors will have the possibility to admire 80 works from the rich Unicredit Art collection, (a project by the Scientific Commission UniCredit for Art), that highlight the relationship between people and city, starting from the XX century. The exhibit reflects a real international artistic survey which uses the city [...]
Opening September 23, 2011 is the Sanford Biggers: Sweet Funk – An Introspective at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. New York-based artist Sanford Biggers challenges and reinterprets symbols and legacies that inform contemporary America in the focused selection of thirteen pieces in the exhibit. The exhibition is Biggers’ first museum presentation in New York, and [...]
For this year’s London Design Festival 2011 graphic artist Noma Bar will be creating an interactive art-making machine for the event called ‘Cut It Out’. It is a specially commissioned, *Heath Robinson-esque embossing device /sculpture in the shape of a giant dog, which will allow visitors to feed paper, rubber and other materials into its mouth to [...]
The Savage Eye Surrealism & Cinema exhibition at the Queensland Art Gallery, at the Gallery’s Australian Cinémathèque, presents a major survey of the surrealist sensibility in cinema. This includes a focus on the late films of Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel, undoubtedly the most well-known filmmaker to emerge out of Surrealism, and who continued to underline the [...]