National Gallery of Art acquires “I See Red: Target” by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

National Gallery of Art acquires “I See Red: Target” by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

The National Gallery of Art has announced the acquisition of “I See Red: Target” (1992) by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, the first painting by a Native American artist to enter the collection. Smith, an enrolled Salish member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation in Montana, is one of the most highly respected artists of the […]

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SmithDavidson Gallery in Amsterdam Opens Zhuang Hong Yi Solo Exhibition

SmithDavidson Gallery in Amsterdam Opens Zhuang Hong Yi Solo Exhibition

SmithDavidson Gallery in Amsterdam presents a new solo exhibition of Zhuang Hong Yi from July 3rd until September 5th, 2020. The gallery celebrates 10 years of collaboration with the Chinese artist. The exhibition ‘In Bloom’ shows a colorful selection of floral landscapes and collage paintings with prominent use of origami rice paper. Zhuang Hong Yi […]

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New Digital Platform for London Art Week

New Digital Platform for London Art Week

London Art Week is launching a new online platform for Summer 2020. LAW DIGITAL will take place from 3 – 10 July 2020, with a Private View on Thursday 2 July. The format enables London Art Week to retain its unique community of international art dealers, auction houses, museums and sponsors, all working together in […]

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440 Gallery Opens Artsy Online Exclusive Exhibition

440 Gallery Opens Artsy Online Exclusive Exhibition

Brooklyn, NY — 440 Gallery presents it’s annual summer theme show in an Artsy Online Exclusive—Refuge. Refuge: a condition of being safe or sheltered from pursuit, danger, or trouble—or, something providing shelter. Is it personal? is it political? Does one take it, provide it, or seek it? Juried by Nicole Mouriño, this timely exhibition explores […]

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