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  • Kensington + Chelsea Art Week
    This year's Kensington + Chelsea Art Week (KCAW) is extended to eleven days and takes place 1-11 October 2020. The public art festivities have been developed with community consultation, with a diverse programme of events, talks, highlights, installations and exhibits taking place throughout the Royal Borough. KCAW will present over a hundred participants, including both emerging and world-class institutions and cultural practitioners, to celebrate the artistic richness of the Borough. This year’s dynamic calendar of events will be the most extensive edition of KCAW to date. The...
    By: Lisa Baker
  • “Traces of moments – Dreaming the continuity”
    "The butterfly does not count the months,  but the moments, therefore she gets enough time ” (Tagore) The first question that usually arises for a group exhibition is what brings the authors together? Or what connects the artworks to each other? We are dealing with a normal question where, in addition to seeing and observing the works separately, one by one, we search a common message which brought them together and which they intend to convey. More or less, starting from the middle of the XX-thcentury, this is how group exhibitions work. Certain...
    By: Gallery70
  • The Stunning Winning Images of AAP Magazine 12 B&W
    We're delighted to reveal the names of the 25 talented photographers who won AAP Magazine #12: B&W For this 12th edition of AAP Magazine, we received a record number of submissions from all over the world. The winning photographers come from 11 different countries and 4 continents. Their work reflect the large variety black and white photography can offer. Documentary, portrait, travel, street, wildlife, abstract and fine art are all represented in the winning portfolios.  Regardless of the genre of photography, the selected projects all have different approaches to the...
    By: All About Photo
  • Cubitt Gallery presents No Real Closure by Languid Hands
    Newsletter: July 2020 Cubitt presents No Real Closure, a programme curated by Cubitt’s Curatorial Fellows 2020-21: Languid Hands. No Real Closure is a platform for experimentation and development of black artistic practice across exhibitions, moving image, text, performance and public programming. Absent is the disproportionate emphasis on surface-level survey style programmes and representational focus: when we gather, we do so to manifest collaboration, exchange, dialogue, relationships – a sum greater than its individual parts.  In a world of pandemics and...
    By: Cubitt
  • Forbes. Preserving The Future: Art And Artistry Of Sergey Konstantinov.
    What is essential? The coronavirus-related lockdowns forced everyone to reconsider priorities and look within. Amid the uncertainty, the primary role of culture has proved to be the maintenance of social cohesion and individual well-being. While some critics lamented loss of access to cultural institutions and public events, others focused on renewed appreciation for the arts online. What would quarantine be like without television, literature, music, or other art forms? The options are too dire to consider! Creative communities in Germany demanded emergency relief funding and the artists in...
    By: Sergey Konstantinov