1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "contemporary art"

  2. In an effort to "make this house relevant once again in what we used to be: great patrons of art,” Blenheim Palace has opened its doors with artist and dissident Ai Weiwei’s largest UK exhibition.

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  3. Contemporary Twist: Give your space a personal touch with a piece by Sugimoto, Katz, or Turrell. 

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  4. The turning of the season has always served as a great opportunity for artists to ruminate on change and decay. 
    From James Turrell to Alex Katz, discover contemporary landscapes

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  5. Discovering Nick Archer

    British artist Nick Archer’s new paintings are reminiscent of the north European landscape painters such as Pieter Brueghel and Caspar David Friedrich. His painterly process, however, is a very contemporary procedure.

    Essential to his practice, Archer’s creative process results in beautifully painted landscapes full of awe and wonder, with the atmosphere of a dark fairy tale.

    Nick Archer: Lost in Paradise opens on October 15 and runs through November 14, 2014 at London’s Long & Ryle gallery. 

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  6. Her involvement in metaphysical symbolism and Kaballah led Tel Aviv born artist Thelma Appel to create a series of abstract, Surrealistic imaginative explorations of movement and color called the “Cosmic Dance” series - of which this artwork is a part. 

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  7. CONTEMPORARY FLAIR: Add a beautiful, personal touch with a piece of Contemporary art.

     

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  8. More than delicious chocolates: discover our must-see art guide to Brussels’ vibrant contemporary art scene.

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  9. The global market for Chinese art and antiques is worth a massive $8.5 billion - take a look at the top 30 Chinese artists

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  10. Hirst is no stranger to extravagance, and his real estate interests certainly follow suit. Take a look

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  11. Art world bad boy Damien Hirst has opened a gift shop in New York’s SoHo, where art lovers can purchase some of Hirst’s most popular and controversial artworks at varying price points.

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  12. Now one can admire Tracey Emin’s bed, complete with dirty knickers and cigarette butts, at Tate Modern for the next 10 years.

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  13. Summer reading: This (quite entertaining) book imagines an art world without Damien Hirst

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  14. Gallery Hopping: Berlin / Hollywood

    This week, we’re heading to Berlin, the mecca of the European contemporary art scene, to visit Dittrich & Schlechtriem. Opening on Thursday is First Works, the first exhibition for the fictional artist collective, Fresh White. French artist, Xavier Stentz is the man behind this pseudo artist group. The sole focus of the show is the famous and mass appropriated HOLLYWOOD sign. This exhibition explores the significance of the HOLLYWOOD sign and all of its many cultural reverberations. Not only that, the exhibition forms only a small slice of an ongoing project surrounding the actual sign. Underlying this entire exhibition is the ultimate goal to repaint the sign altogether, which will take place at the projects end. For now, the three part show, provides a detailed survey of the sign’s history and symbolic status as an emblem of American culture. This show should not be missed!

    We would be remiss not to mention these other great shows opening this week!

    Beijing, China

    Guo Fengyi: LANDSCAPEPORTRAIT at Long March Space

    Berlin, Germany

    Hans Scheib: Kind sein
    IM KABINETT Angela Hampel: Zeichungen
    at Galerie LEO.COPPI

    New York, New York, USA

    Summer Show | Works on Paper at Praxis

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  15. In surreal news, a Japanese artist launched a Bonsai Tree and a bouquet of flowers into space. 

    Take a look at the incredible, extraterrestrial images

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  16. Fancy some pill-shaped jewelry by enfant terrible Damien Hirst
    Apparently, it’s available in 18K yellow, rose or white gold. 

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