Contemporary galleries

Mr Doodle is on a mission to cover the world with doodles

This expansive quality has been a key facet of Cox’s popularity. Although he often works with traditional canvases and prints, Cox is perhaps best known for his large-scale, immersive drawings on everything from walls and clothing to cars, appliances, pianos, and more. The meditative nature of Cox’s process is as …

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Small, landlocked Luxembourg is the richest country in Europe. He has big plans to develop an artistic infrastructure to match

While most art fairs have reduced the number of exhibitors and events this fall, one has done the opposite. The young hybrid art fair and exhibition program called Luxembourg Art Week (LAW), which took place from November 12 to 14, has grown with each edition since its creation seven years …

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Some beloved rooms will have a new home

When Newfields installed The Lume on the fourth floor of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, many art lovers wondered: where would that leave the beloved contemporary art pieces that resided there? The museum chose the 30,000 square foot fourth floor, which previously contained contemporary artwork, for The Lume because the …

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OPEN Digital Residency Program – Announcements

Blitz Valletta is a contemporary independent art, not-for-profit space that supports original and radical artistic practice in all its forms since 2013, through an international program of residencies, exhibitions and public engagement activities. Blitz Valletta is pleased to launch an open call for three digital artistic residencies that will take …

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Battle to preserve Uzbekistan’s largest art collection takes place online – the Calvert Journal

After all, during the heyday of Soviet censorship, Savitsky routinely disguised thousands of priceless paintings as mere baggage before loading them onto trains and trucks for “archaeological expeditions” to Nukus, according to the documentary. Even after Stalin and his successors Nikita Khrushchev, Leonid Brezhnev and Alexei Kosygin softened, Savitsky regularly …

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