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Born in 1970 to an Algerian family in a Paris suburb, Attia has quickly and forcefully imposed himself on the international art scene. Amongst other works he will be showing at Albion is Big Bang, originally created for the interior courtyard of the Jewish Museum in Paris.
The first of its kind, an exhibition of fans from two private collections, on show at The Fan Museum from 9th June until 4th October 2009, will display fans together with complementary poems.
Two upcoming exhibitions in the free-thinking port city.
The Advanced Course in Visual Arts is an experimental project where dialogue and exchange among artists of different generations and nationalities stand at the heart of a unique artistic and learning experience. The course is open to twenty young artists of all nationalities, selected among the applications by a scientific commission.
This one-day event provides a full overview on all you need to know about working in the field of children’s book
The contemporary art market, with its abiding reputation for foggy deals and puffy values, is a vulnerable organism, traditionally hit early and hard by economic malaise.
For Iraqis, the mere fact of the exhibition was a sign that Iraq’s artistic traditions might have not only survived years of war and chaos, but also emerged reinvigorated.
Thinking of running a creative business? Need some advice? We talk to two experts in the field.
If Altermodern’s curator, Nicolas Bourriaud, is to be believed, the time for Altermodernism is not now, but everywhen. Starting from the Latin alter, for ‘other’, Bourriaud’s insistent exhibition spreads outwards, not like the spokes of a wheel or the branches of a tree, but like a spider’s web, it’s silken threads tending to overlap, to bind in globules of infinite stickiness.
A new body of work by British artist Susan Collins combining digital technologies with the classical traditions of English landscape painting, Seascape presents an extraordinary visual exploration into the natural cycles of tide, time and light.
This is the first comprehensive exhibition in the United Kingdom of 20th and 21st century Georgian art.
A Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS), University of Durham, distinguished British artist Chris Gollon is working on a public commission of 15 paintings on the theme of 'Being Human', as part of a major international research project.
You can take part in ‘Rankin Live!’in August, during which Rankin will photograph 1000 people to create one of the biggest photographic exhibitions of its kind. I was very lucky to take part in Rankin’s press teaser event where he turned a group of journalists into his models so we could experience the whole process first-hand.
We’re getting ready to open in autumn 2009.
The Viewfinder Photography Gallery presents an extraordinary exhibition of the almost impossible - photographed dreams.
In the days leading up to Friday night's opening, Boston Detective Bill Kelley said, he was getting more and more complaints from residents of the Back Bay, the North End, and Mission Hill, furious that a man who admitted to spreading graffiti - even bragged about it - was being treated like a celebrity instead of a criminal.
The museum’s publicity campaign, one of the most ambitious it has ever undertaken in the city, will cover every ad space in the two connected stations, spaces normally given over to plugs for movies, beer and podiatry treatments. In their place will be reproductions of works drawn from all parts of the museum, both well-known and more contemporary, by artists like Matisse, Hopper, O’Keeffe, Marlen
Sotheby’s credit rating may be cut to junk as the 265-year-old auction house’s revenue falls and its leverage increases amid what it calls “significant” losses from guarantees.
Fairey seeks a court order that the image, created in January 2008, doesn’t violate AP’s copyright. According to the complaint, Fairey’s work is protected by the Fair Use statute, which allows limited use of copyrighted material to make original works of art.
After a week of rumor and speculation, the National Gallery of Art in Washington confirmed that it was the buyer of “Bagpipe Player in Profile,” a 1624 painting by the Dutch master Hendrick ter Brugghen.
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