July, 2012

Kunsthalle Bremen presents Lynn Hershman Leeson Seducing Time

Kunsthalle Bremen presents Lynn Hershman Leeson Seducing Time

Kunsthalle Bremen presents Lynn Hershman Leeson Seducing Time, an exhibition on view through 19 August 2012. Lynn Hershman Leeson
, Construction Chart #2 (from the series Roberta Breitmore: External Transformations), 1975
. Cibachrome, 90.5 x 123 cm
. © Courtesy of the artist. The show comprises photographs, installations, and videos, placing an emphasis on interactive works. Fifty-five works […]

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Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits (LACE) announces American Realism

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits (LACE) presents American Realism on August 1st 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM. Presented by LACE & Space 15 Twenty, American Realism is a one-day extreme endurance piece for eight actors, about contemporary labor, spoken through the voices of depression-era California migrant workers. Disassembling notions of realism and investigating the possibilities of […]

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Elena Yevseyeva: The Universe in Every Detail

Elena Yevseyeva: The Universe in Every Detail

Elena Yevseyeva’s large scale canvases exude a joy and spontaneity that enlivens and characterizes her work, complementing her expert hand. The artist’s works focus on exquisite details in her environment. As if using a special, glorifying visual magnifying glass, she takes the smallest elements of splendor and enlarges them to the level of universal and […]

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Eric W. Shute: The Simplest Essence of Nature

Eric W. Shute: The Simplest Essence of Nature

With virtuoso brushstrokes, Eric W. Shute leads his viewer back to the simplest essence of nature. He studies his subjects, often en plein air, and succeeds in recreating through his art the almost lost connection to our agrarian beginnings. Though his paintings resound with a nineteenth century European light and color, the subjects are universal. […]

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Powerful Forces of Nature in Douglas The Boogie Man’s Art at Agora Gallery

Powerful Forces of Nature in Douglas The Boogie Man’s Art at Agora Gallery

Message Body: The artist who calls himself Douglas The Boogie Man is not as fearsome as he sounds. In fact, his work is decidedly magnificent, rewarding exploration. Douglas crafts wonderfully alive, natural abstractions of the ocean using a thick impasto technique influenced by Abstract Expressionism. Waves take on a writhing form right before being smashed […]

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Corcoran Gallery of Art presents Charlotte Dumas. Anima photographs exhibition

Corcoran Gallery of Art presents Charlotte Dumas. Anima photographs exhibition

Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design presents Charlotte Dumas. Anima, on view July 14– October 28, 2012, the first solo exhibition in the United States by Dutch artist Charlotte Dumas and the fourth exhibition in NOW at the Corcoran, a program dedicated to showcasing work by mid- career and emerging artists. […]

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Ballroom Marfa presents CARBON 13

Ballroom Marfa presents CARBON 13 in conjunction with The Marfa Dialogues: Politics and Culture of Climate & Sustainability on view 31 August 2012–17 February 2013 Carbon 13 presents newly commissioned work by eight international artists who have focused the lens of their creativity to interrogate the reality of climate change. These new and daring works […]

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BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art announces BALTIC Editions

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art announces BALTIC Editions

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art launches BALTIC Editions, a new specially commissioned range of artist limited edition prints. The donated works, all by artists who have previously exhibited at the gallery, will go on sale during the birthday year and proceeds from the sales will help support BALTIC’s exhibition and education programme. BALTIC Editions will […]

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2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennale presents Close, Closer

Close, Closer, the third edition of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale examines the political, technological, emotional, institutional, and critical forms of global spatial practice. By questioning the terminology, inspirations, and inventions of other disciplines and their influences in an open forum, we draw the myriad authors of the contemporary city closer to new vital audiences and […]

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