December, 2009

Waseem Ahmed Solo Exhibition at Laurent Delaye

Waseem Ahmed Solo Exhibition at Laurent Delaye

Laurent Delaye presents Waseem Ahmed’s first solo exhibition in the UK. This is the second of a series of exhibitions that show a wide spectrum of contemporary artists from Pakistan. A graduate of the National College of Arts in Lahore, Ahmed (born 1976) is well known for his witty miniature paintings. “It is perhaps a […]

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Diewertje Komen & Elian Somers – Concrete Dreams at Foam

Diewertje Komen & Elian Somers – Concrete Dreams at Foam

Foam_Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam presents “Concrete Dreams”, a Foam_3h exhibition by Dieuwertje Komen and Elian Somers in which the photographers offer their vision of the urban landscape. The pictures are exhibited in a variety of ways: Somers presents her work in an installation using light boxes and brief texts, while Komen combines her photos with a text […]

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American Indian Art at The Fenimore Art Museum

The Fenimore Art Museum has announced a new traveling exhibition entitled “The Thaw Collection: Masterpieces of American Indian Art.” This major exhibition is currently scheduled to travel to three cities, bringing to light rarely seen treasures from the extensive holdings of The Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Collection of American Indian Art. The collection […]

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Rinko Kawauchi: Transient Wonders, Everyday Bliss – Photography, Video & Slides at Argos

Rinko Kawauchi: Transient Wonders, Everyday Bliss – Photography, Video & Slides at Argos

In her still and subdued works, Rinko Kawauchi (1972), one of the most celebrated Japanese photographers of her generation – tries to capture the brief and transient beauty of the everyday things we often overlook. Playing on such themes as the family and our interaction with the cycle of nature and life, this artist looks […]

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