Contemporary galleries

Major sculpture exhibition opens at USC Gallery

A large traveling contemporary sculpture exhibition featuring the works of 12 renowned Australian artists is now on display at the University of the Sunshine Coast Art Gallery. The Safe Space exhibition presents a diversity of sculptural materials, techniques and scales and explores different notions of space – abstract or real, …

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Artist David Shrigley explains why he left the UK for his very first Art Basel Miami Beach

Can you believe British artist David Shrigley has never been to Miami Beach before? Still, he felt that after decades in the art world, he had a pretty good idea of ​​what to expect from the city during America’s biggest art fair week. “Once everyone has told you about it, …

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5 Creative Ways For Design Brands To Market Their Products, From Mobile Showrooms To Neighbor’s Backyards

An antidote to the rough, bare bones of traditional galleries, the new program allows “diversity, reinvention and a constant momentum through the immersive aspect,” continues Rogers. “It is also a way for us to keep creativity always flowing and to constantly introduce new pieces, or to show the versatility of …

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Japan brings fresh blood to the art scene with TRiCERA ART – ARTnews.com

Eight hundred artists, 7,000 works from Japan and more, a new worldview takes shape When TRiCERA ART was born in 2018, the online art world was already full of art forums of all kinds. Online galleries doing millions of dollars in commerce across the world were more than plentiful. What …

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Weaving the threads of applied and contemporary art

LONDON – Given her tumultuous early childhood, it’s no wonder South African artist Bonolo Kavula seeks the meditative mental calm that she achieves while working with textiles. Born in Kimberley, South Africa, she was raised in foster care after her mother (she was 4 years old at the time) passed …

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The wandering creativity of Sophie Taeuber-Arp

There is one object in the Museum of Modern Art retrospective of Swiss polymath Sophie Taeuber-Arp that is so coveted that I wanted to hurry it. It dates from 1922 and takes the form of triangles that fit together in an integral pattern of blue and pink, brown and olive. …

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Paper, stone, scissors and polymer clay

ON THE RUN – One of Shelley Kommers’ earliest works of art, a multimedia piece called “The Swarm”, which she calls “cheeky”. It turned out to be a perfect choice for an art show in Nashville, Tennessee titled “Rock, Paper, Scissors”. Courtesy photo A child of the 70s, Shelley Kommers …

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An introduction: Museo Naga – SUNSTAR

The city of Naga now has its own public museum, the Museo Naga. This is a special project by Mayor Kristine Vanessa Chiong. The Museo Naga is meant to be “a platform where Nagahanons and the visiting public can appreciate the history, heritage, environment of the city of Naga and …

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An update on his life and health

Yoko Ino could be one of the most famous or infamous women in modern history. The Japanese artist was married to John Lennon from 1969 to 1980, and their 11-year marriage was full of gossip, controversy and speculation, often accused of “breaking the Beatles”. Ono and the Beatles musician share …

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Sotheby’s auction brings in $ 676 million

20 November 2021 WHEN SOTHEBY’S lifted the hammer at the biggest art auction of the season on November 15, the sellers, Harry and Linda Macklowe, did not arrive together to watch the proceedings from the low-key skybox above the dining room. auction, as those who have a collection often do. …

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