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  • Zoe Preece, In Reverence
    Zoe Preece – In Reverence Saturday 20 November 2021 - Sunday 6 March 2022 10:30 am - 4:00 pm Glynn Vivian Art Gallery is delighted to present this new body of work by Cardiff based artist, Zoe Preece, who uses the domestic realm as the site of her inspiration and inquiry. Preece has made a series of ordinary domestic objects intricately carved by hand from porcelain or turned from plaster on a lathe (a machine that spins at speed from which plaster forms can be carved). Once she has made the object using the lathe, she then creates a mould and casts it in liquid porcelain. This...
    By: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
    Views: 153
  • YourDailyPhotograph.com Hot 100
    San Francisco, CA (November 17, 2021) – YourDailyPhotograph.com just announced the selection of San Francisco photography artist Sonia Melnikova-Raich to the “Hot 100 of 2021” list. One hundred artists have been selected from 4,500 photographers whose work was featured and sold by Daily in 2021, and who in turn were selected by its curatorial team reviewing works by thousands photographers from around the world on a daily basis. . YourDailyPhotograph.com is the industry’s leading source for international collectors of fine art photography. Artists named to this prestigious list have been...
    By: Sonia Melnikova-Raich
    Views: 9626
  • The Barnsdall Olive Wood Workshop Exhibition And Online Auction (November 13 to December 4, 2021)
    Beginning November 13, the public may view the group exhibition during the gallery’s normal business hours. (Tuesday – Friday: 11 am – 6 pm and Saturday 10 am – 6 pm.) A public opening reception will be held at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles on November 13 from 3 to 7 pm. The exhibited olive wood objects will be sold via an online fundraising auction. The net profit from each acquired piece will be divided between the creator of that item and the Barnsdall Olive Grove Fund. The Barnsdall Art Park Foundation (Barnsdall.org) announces the Barnsdall Olive Wood Workshop Exhibition and Online...
    By: Alicia Kaminsky
    Views: 1406
  • The Art Car Boot Fair Queen & Country Edition
    The Art Car Boot Fair returns with an online spectacular in November with over 200 invited artists exploring the theme of ‘Queen & Country’. The fair is a unique chance to purchase works at astonishing prices from an exceptional selection of renowned artists. The theme for the November fair, ‘Queen & Country’ invites sincere, humorous, and creative responses to the contemporary state of affairs. After an unprecedented period, which has provoked myriad challenges to the status quo, the Art Car Boot Fair turns to artists for their very own take on the theme. Expect everything from icons...
    By: Lisa Baker Ltd
    Views: 9284
  • Curator Caroline Boseley opens Studio West in West London
    A new cultural hotspot called Studio West opens in Notting Hill in November. The space will show work by emerging and recently established London based artists, offering them support, mentoring and hosting opportunities that showcase the most exciting upcoming talents. Caroline Boseley has a unique and personal vision for her newest enterprise, planning to engage fully and authentically with the local community, cultural organisations and young people. The gallery will enrich and develop the local area and create a comfortable, and welcoming space for engaging with...
    By: Lisa Baker Ltd
    Views: 9284
  • The Perspective Paradox - Patrick Hughes
    Hang-Up Gallery proudly presents a solo show by British artist and inventor of ‘reverspective’ Patrick Hughes, celebrating sixty-years since his first exhibition and twenty-five years living and working in East London. Nearly all the pieces on show are new and have not been exhibited before, many were created during lockdown in Hughes’ Hoxton studio. The show will include a collection of limited-edition prints, Hughes’ world famous three-dimensional reverse perspective paintings, an illustrated timeline of his significant career and new sculptural works which continue Hughes’ lifelong...
    By: Lisa Baker Ltd
    Views: 9284
  • Laurence de Valmy at Galerie Bettina Paris
    In the heart of Saint Germain des Prés, the Bettina gallery welcomes the artist Laurence de Valmy from October 2021. The contemporary art gallery founded by Virginie Lorient in 2013 welcomes painters, sculptors and photographers. The artists represented are all the result of an encounter: “I work with contemporary artists, because I am as attached to an artistic personality as to the works themselves.” shares Virginie Lorient. “I fell in love with Laurence de Valmy's work and I am happy to be able to share it with the Parisian public”.  De Valmy is known for her conceptual...
    By: Laurence de Valmy
    Views: 550
  • Laurence de Valmy at the Bettina Gallery
    In the heart of Saint Germain des Prés, the Bettina gallery welcomes the artist Laurence de Valmy from October 2021. The contemporary art gallery founded by Virginie Lorient in 2013 welcomes painters, sculptors and photographers. The artists represented are all the result of an encounter: “I work with contemporary artists, because I am as attached to an artistic personality as to the works themselves.” shares Virginie Lorient. “I fell in love with Laurence de Valmy's work and I am happy to be able to share it with the Parisian public”.  De Valmy is known for her conceptual...
    By: Laurence de Valmy
    Views: 550
  • CALL FOR ENTRY! 2022 ART JEWELRY FORUM YOUNG ARTIST AWARD
    San Antonio, Texas, US—Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) is pleased to announce the 2022 Young Artist Award (YAA) competition, the 20th cycle of this prestigious award.    The biennial AJF Young Artist Award acknowledges promise, innovation, and individuality, and advances the careers of rising artists. Ambitious contemporary jewelry artists age 35 and under are invited to apply for this international prize in contemporary art jewelry, which includes US$7,500 for the winner, as well as an exhibition during Schmuck, in March 2022, for the winner and four finalists. The benefits of...
    By: Art Jewelry Forum
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  • ARTIVIVE in Tirana, the project that brings art to life
    "When Egon Schiele met Edith, she lived in front of his studio with her sister and father on the Hietzinger Hauptstrasse in Vienna. He  was at the time  in a complicated relationship with Wally Neuzil, his model. Edith's entry into his life put an end to Egon's controversial relationship with Wally, though he sought to preserve that relationship, with the woman serving as the image of his works. He would marry Edith, and as a ‘protege’ of Gustav Klimt in the Vienna  of the new century , the young painter and his brushes would start to its way. Schiele's work displays many...
    By: Gallery70
    Views: 23855
  • Varvara Roza Galleries and The Blender Gallery Present Manolis Anastasakos ‘Mythos’
    Varvara Roza Galleries and The Blender Gallery Present Manolis Anastasakos ‘Mythos’, a Solo Exhibition by one of Greece’s Most Renowned Contemporary Artists. Varvara Roza Galleries (based in London) and The Blender Gallery (based in Athens) are joining forces in the pursuit of one common goal and passion: to present Greece’s most outstanding contemporary artists to the global art market and make a splash on the contemporary art scene as London prepares for Frieze week and auction season kicks off. Varvara Roza Galleries Founder Varvara Roza, an academic, patron of the...
    By: Lee Sharrock
    Views: 17671
  • Four New Exhibitions Open At Hunterdon Art Museum
    The Hunterdon Art Museum presents four new exhibitions from Sept. 26, 2021, through Jan. 9, 2022. Companion Species (At What Cost): The Works of Marie Watt will spotlight two textile works assembled from panels of cloth embroidered during sewing circles. Watt pieced together these smaller panels into two monumental tapestries: in 2020, the 16-½ -foot-long Companion Species (At What Cost); and, in 2018, the 17-½-foot-long Companion Species (Calling All My Relations). Marie Watt (born 1967) is an American artist and citizen of the Seneca Nation of Indians, one of the six tribes of the...
    By: Hunterdon Art Museum
    Views: 46
  • LINO TAGLIAPIETRA | Journey
    LINO TAGLIAPIETRA | Journey October 8 – November 6, 2021 Opening reception: Thursday, October 7, 6-8pm Heller Gallery presents Journey, an exhibition honoring the octogenarian Italian maestro, Lino Tagliapietra, who recently announced his retirement from active glassblowing.  The exhibition reflects on twenty years of Tagliapietra’s practice and focuses on prime examples of new and archived works.  Tagliapietra, who just celebrated his 87th birthday, has spent an unprecedented 75 years practicing his art.  Douglas Heller, a...
    By: StudioStripe NYC
    Views: 7024
  • Inspirational Art in Mixed Media
    Manhattan Arts International presents the "Inspirational Art in Mixed Media" Online Art Exhibition, curated by Renee Phillips, that features art by 54 artists from around the world. It is presented on The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS website, which is an initiative of Manhattan Arts International. About The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS website The website at https://healing-power-of-art.org serves as a catalyst for healing and raises awareness for positive change. We believe that art has the power to heal, inspire, provoke, challenge and offer hope.  It holds the power to...
    By: Manhattan Arts International
    Views: 5436
  • Tyler Shields Unveils New Work with Imitate Modern
    Californian fine art photographer and filmmaker Tyler Shields has unveiled a series of new photographs with his London gallery Imitate Modern. The works are also featured in Photo London’s Virtual Fair which continues until 28th September and include his most recent, captured during the global pandemic and made possible by the unusually vacant streets of LA. “This image would have never happened if we weren’t in a lockdown. The Chateau Marmont is one of the most iconic hotels in the world, and in my almost 20 years of living in Los Angeles, I’ve never seen the front or the driveway of the...
    By: Lisa Baker Ltd
    Views: 9284
  • ThamesRiver Water High in Cocaine Please Drink Responsiblyy
    Thames River Water — High in Cocaine — Please Drink Responsibly is a presentation of objects and data by the visual artist, based in London, Lorenzo Belenguer to highlight the demonisation of South America as the leading producer of cocaine. As Belenguer adds: At the same time, the North is the primary consumer. The most impoverished farmers and traffickers in Latino America end being criminalised in sharp contrast with the wealthy middle-class consumers who are not. The installation will be included in a group show Neo Norte 3 in Helsinki at the Myymälä2 Gallery in the Design District...
    By: Lorenzo Belenguer
    Views: 18339

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