• Loretta Kaufman to Exhibit in the National Association of Women Artists’ 2018 Summer Small Works
    Loretta Kaufman’s hand built stoneware sculpture “Double Monologues I:  The Celia Series”  has been selected for inclusion in the National Association of Women Artists’ 2018 Summer Small Works Exhibition in New York City in July and August 2018.  The exhibition is open to all NAWA Members and non-members nationwide with work not to exceed 15 x 15 x 5”.  This is multi-media exhibition of 75 compact works with big perspectives that include sculpture, intaglio, watercolor, photography, oil and acrylic painting, soft pastels and mixed media. This exhibition promises to deliver...
  • INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ART, Art Maze Magazine Autumn Edition 2018, Issue 9
      ArtMaze Magazine is pleased to announce an open call for the Autumn Edition of 2018, Issue 9!   Art Maze Magazine is an independent artist-run and ad-free international print and online publication dedicated to showcasing and promoting experimental and progressive contemporary art, which reflects modern society and its environment, provokes conversation and action; fosters innovation and diversity of mediums which make today’s art scene so intriguing and versatile.   ELIGIBILITY: Artists are welcome to submit works in any medium: painting, drawing, sculpture,...
  • Gallery of African Art, London. MIGRATION : THE STORIES OF TWO ARTISTS 21st June – 29th July 2018
    The Gallery of African Art (GAFRA), 45 Albemarle STREET, is pleased to present MIGRATION: THE STORIES OF TWO ARTISTS, featuring remarkable new collections by the Franco-Algerian mixed-media practitioner Patrick Altesand the Zimbabwean contemporary oil painter and mosaics specialist Ronald Muchatuta.  21stJune– 29thJuly 2018  
  • Loretta Kaufman to Exhibit at Chelsea’s First Street Gallery
    Loretta Kaufman’s acrylic painting “Sere Deconstructed II:  Circle of Life Series” is one of 48 works selected from 1,900 entries in First Street Gallery’s 2018 National Juried Exhibition. The works range across genres, styles, media and treatments, from figuration to geometric and other non-objective imagery in painting, collage, print, assemblage, photography, and sculpture. The exhibition will take place in New York City in June and July 2018. In 1969, First Street Gallery opened its doors in Lower Manhattan when the art world was awash in second generation Abstract Expressionism,...
  • Through the Lens: How Photography Became Africa’s Most Popular Art Form
    Last fall, Jeanne Mercier, a French critic and curator based in Portugal, traveled to London to launch a new book. Her destination was the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, then commencing its fifth edition in the city of its founding, and the subject was Being a Photographer in Africa: The Ten Years of Afrique in Visu. Lavishly illustrated and packed with essays and interviews, the book draws on a significant history accumulated by the website Afrique in Visu, which has become an indispensable resource for followers of African photography. It also chronicles the emergence of a medium that...