October, 2013

Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography

Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography

Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography displays the tremendous power of which photography is capable, both as a means of expression and as an art form. These creations employ the potential of the medium to the full, in the service of the guiding ideas and instincts that animate them. Each artist infuses their work […]

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Chalet Society opens The Hidden World Jim Shaw / Didactic Art Collection

Chalet Society presents The Hidden World Jim Shaw / Didactic Art Collection on view October 25–December 29, 2013. Secret societies, far-fetched orders and fraternities, evangelical and fundamentalist movements, New Age spiritualists or all kinds of conspirators, encyclopaedias for children and even Dr. Netter’s famous medical illustrations—Jim Shaw is exhibiting his incredible collection of didactic art […]

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Patricia Gilman’s Daring Digital Photos at Agora Gallery

Patricia Gilman’s Daring Digital Photos at Agora Gallery

New York-based photographer Patricia Gilman’s haunting images, shot during travels to every corner of the planet, capture and isolate moments of incredible beauty that most observers would miss. Her subjects range from vast, dramatic panoramas and human figures exploring lush landscapes to surprisingly intimate images of animals. Beyond these images’ irrepressible intrigue, Gilman composes her […]

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Singapore Biennale 2013 If the World Changed

The fourth edition of the Singapore Biennale (SB2013), the country’s pre-eminent platform for international dialogue in contemporary art, opens to the public this Saturday 26 October 2013 to 16 February 2014. Titled If the World Changed, this Biennale invites artists to reconsider the world we live in, and the worlds we want to live in. […]

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Natalie Wollmann’s Color of Life at Agora Gallery

Natalie Wollmann’s Color of Life at Agora Gallery

As she weaves together the influences of quantum physics, frequencies of light, and the temporal qualities of photography into an atmospheric storm of color, digital artist Natalie Wollmann opens a window on a new vision of reality. These brilliantly vibrant creations gracefully unite aspects of science, illusion, and a powerful visual aesthetic. Under Wollmann’s skilled […]

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Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art presents An Artificial Wilderness: The Landscape in Contemporary Photography

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art presents An Artificial Wilderness: The Landscape in Contemporary Photography

The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art presents An Artificial Wilderness: The Landscape in Contemporary Photography, an exhibition on view through January 5, 2014. An Artificial Wilderness explores man’s relationship with the natural landscape in the forms of construction, destruction, and intervention through non-traditional, altered landscapes from around the world. Featuring works by 16 prominent photographers […]

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El Velorio, a Day of the Dead Celebration

The City of Los Angeles is invited to immerse themselves in Mexico’s Day of the Dead at this year’s El Velorio 2013, a celebratory community Day of the Dead event hosted by actor Jacob Vargas featuring an art exhibition with over 100 works for sale by local artists, live musical performances, special screening of Kenneth […]

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