The New York Artists Circle presents CityLife: Captured, Scene and Unseen Featuring works by 25 artists reflecting Urban Society

The New York Artists Circle presents CityLife: Captured, Scene and Unseen Featuring works by 25 artists reflecting Urban Society

Creating a collage of “CityLife” curators Lori Horowitz and Kathleen Migliore-Newton selected 25 member artists’ artworks representing various viewpoints. Amidst the choreography of the street, a person can maintain their privacy or reach for connection. Avoidance vs. Interaction, Anonymity vs. Recognition: Cultural signals, economic differences and social issues are woven throughout this vast sea of […]

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440 Gallery Announces I See You Falling Out of Love with Me Autobiographical Fiber Arts by Juliet Martin

440 Gallery Announces I See You Falling Out of Love with Me Autobiographical Fiber Arts by Juliet Martin

BROOKLYN, NY – 440 Gallery is pleased to present I See You Falling Out of Love with Me, the inaugural solo exhibition by fiber artist Juliet Martin. Autobiographically driven, Martin addresses quirky and very personal issues of love and loss through a series of mixed-media works. Using materials and approaches that are not often associated […]

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Dr. Asma Naeem Appointed Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art

Dr. Asma Naeem Appointed Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art

The Baltimore Museum of Art’s (BMA) Board of Trustees announced that they have appointed Dr. Asma Naeem as the Museum’s new director following a 10-month international search. Naeem has served as the BMA’s Interim Co-Director, alongside Christine Dietze, since June 2022, and as the Museum’s Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown Chief Curator since 2018. […]

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Pulitzer announces The Nature of Things: Medieval Art and Ecology, 1100-1550 exhibition

Pulitzer announces The Nature of Things: Medieval Art and Ecology, 1100-1550 exhibition

With approximately 50 sacred and secular objects on loan from 18 institutions, The Nature of Things invites the viewer to think in new ways about archetypal forms of medieval art, from a radiant stained glass window panel to a wall tapestry teeming with flora and fauna to a carved wooden fragment of the bowed head […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art to Open Exhibition on the Impact of Hip Hop on Contemporary Art and Material Culture

Baltimore Museum of Art to Open Exhibition on the Impact of Hip Hop on Contemporary Art and Material Culture

BALTIMORE, MD – Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the birth of hip hop, the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) will open a groundbreaking exhibition that explores the conceptual, cultural, and aesthetic attributes that have made hip hop a global phenomenon and established it as the artistic canon of our time. Opening on April 5, […]

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Paintings, Installations, and Video by Artist Jeffrey Gibson at the Frist Art Museum

Paintings, Installations, and Video by Artist Jeffrey Gibson at the Frist Art Museum

The Frist Art Museum presents Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric, a major exhibition devoted to one of today’s leading artists whose multidisciplinary practice combines aspects of traditional Indigenous art and culture with a modernist visual vocabulary. Organized by SITE Santa Fe, The Body Electric will be on view in the Frist’s Ingram Gallery from February […]

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Artist Otobong Nkanga Explores Connections Between Geography, Nature, and the Human Body in Paintings, Tapestry, and Video

Artist Otobong Nkanga Explores Connections Between Geography, Nature, and the Human Body in Paintings, Tapestry, and Video

The Frist Art Museum presents Otobong Nkanga: Gently Basking in Debris, an exhibition of paintings, tapestries, drawings, video, sculpture, and more that make metaphorical connections between the landscape and human body. Organized by the Frist Art Museum, the exhibition will be on view from February 3 through April 23, 2023, and is part of the […]

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“Present Future”, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Los Angeles

“Present Future”, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Los Angeles

The future is imminent. In the group exhibition at Artspace Warehouse, “Present Future”, contemporary artists explore ways of depicting the present moment as a potential future. The works on display range from fantastical to grounded, and they use a variety of media, including acrylic paint, sculpture, ink, and gold leaf. The paintings illuminate the vastness […]

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No Hard Feelings, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Los Angeles

No Hard Feelings, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Los Angeles

Focusing on artworks with soft palettes, Artplex Gallery presents “No Hard Feelings”, a group exhibition exploring the interplay between color, form, and texture in the creation of serene compositions. The delicate hues and subdued tones of the works on display invite the viewer to slow down and appreciate the subtle beauty of the natural world. […]

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BMA Announces Major Renovation to Joseph Education Center with Artist-Designed Interactives

BMA Announces Major Renovation to Joseph Education Center with Artist-Designed Interactives

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced it is embarking on a major renovation and reconceptualization of the Joseph Education Center that will introduce more opportunities for dynamic, hands-on engagement when it reopens in fall 2023. A significant focal point will be the creation of a larger interactive gallery within the 5,625 square-foot center that […]

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Interpolated Locution: Abstracted Intent at Artplex Gallery

Interpolated Locution: Abstracted Intent at Artplex Gallery

January 21 – February 17, 2023 Opening: Saturday, January 21, 2023, 4:00 – 6:00 PM Truth is found in the particular. Although expressions in paint are intimately created, their auras transmogrify in the white cube. Context and setting alter who and how and why the art manifests, and the trajectories of actions that subsequently emerge. […]

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440 Gallery presents Two Truths and a Lie Abstract Watercolors by Amanda Michele Brown

440 Gallery presents Two Truths and a Lie Abstract Watercolors by Amanda Michele Brown

BROOKLYN, NY – 440 Gallery is pleased to present Two Truths and a Lie, a solo exhibition of abstract watercolors on paper by Amanda Michele Brown, on view January 5 – February 5, 2023. Employing broad areas of color overlaid with mixed-media mark-making, Brown explores themes that originate from a personal narrative. Identity, memory, and […]

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