Monday, December 10, 2018

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In new York, Pavel Zubok and George Adams galleries “entwined”

In anticipation of the twentieth anniversary of its founding, Pavel Zoubok Gallery has announced that it will soon join forces with George Adams Gallery by relocating to a shared space on the first floor of Pavel Zoubok’s current location at 531 West 26th Street and adopting a “more flexible, collegial and intimate” gallery model. “In bringing together our two distinct...

Czech artist Jan Karpíšek creates paintings in collaboration with his honeybees

Czech artist Jan Karpíšek creates paintings and assemblages in collaboration with his honeybees and other natural processes. His art is connected to his interest in permaculture gardening and zazen practice. We talk to him about his innovative methods and sources of creativity. A: Could you discuss your works – what you are trying to achieve and what are the processes...

Louvre opens up to performance art

Paris is the world’s art capital. From its museums full of the most famous and treasured masterpieces in the world to an ever evolving and always hip contemporary art scene, Paris has it all. That’s why the City of Lights has no problem drawing some of the world’s top artists every year to participate in the annual FIAC. The...

The British Library announces exhibition to mark 20 years of Harry Potter

LONDON — In case there wasn't enough Harry Potter magic in the air already with the recent release of The Cursed Child, another exciting development has come to appease those of us confined to the Muggle world. Beginning in Autumn 2017, The British Library has announced that it will feature a special exhibition to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the...

London Art Exhibition Exclusively for Dogs

Artist and self-described “reinventor of normal” Dominic Wilcox has created an exhibition that caters specifically to man’s best friend, now open on London’s Tanner Street. Drawings were created in yellow-blue tones, which are visible to dogs’ eyes, while frames hang low to the floor in order to capture canine passersby. In addition to the work on view, there are also interactive areas. For...

ELIZABETH DEE WILL OPEN HARLEM SPACE ON SEPTEMBER 24

Ah, summer! Everyone is at the beach and in the mountains, running along the sands, scuba diving, and windsurfing, an ice-cold frozen margarita, piña colada, or daiquiris in hand. But the new art season awaits. It is sneaking up on us. Judging by early announcements from galleries, Thursday, September 8, exactly one month from today, is shaping up to be...

Cleveland to Launch New $5 Million Arts Triennial in 2018

The next major American city to get its own major recurring arts exhibition is Cleveland, which has just announced the inaugural edition of a new arts triennial dubbed the FRONT International Cleveland Exhibition for Contemporary Art. FRONT is the brainchild of art collector Fred Bidwell, who stepped in as interim director of the Cleveland Museum of Art when David Franklinresigned...

Spencer Finch Transports a Hidden Redwood Forest to Brooklyn

A tree grows in Brooklyn. Actually, make that many, many trees. Brooklyn-based artist Spencer Finch is set to recreate 790 acres of California’s Redwood National Park at a 1/100th scale for Lost Man Creek, an installation for the Public Art Fund. The miniature forest will feature about 4,000 young Dawn Redwoods, all between one and four feet tall, as compared to...

Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirrors’ Will Tour US, Guaranteeing a Blockbuster

Get ready for a nationwide blockbuster: Beloved Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama will be the subject of an exhibition that will travel from coast to coast, opening at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, in Washington, DC, before touching down at museums from Ontario to Los Angeles. The exhibition, surveying seven decades of the 87-year-old artist’s output, will feature no fewer...

Long Island Museum to Restore Historic Cottage of Modernist Pioneers

As American artists began exploring abstraction, Arthur Dove and Helen Torr, two of the earliest experiments in the field of Modernism, spent years toiling away in a one-room cottage in Centerport, New York, on Long Island’s North Shore. That tiny building now belongs to the Heckscher Museum of Art in nearby Huntington, which is working to restore it, reports...

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