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Monochrome World Will Appear in London’s National Gallery

The National Gallery’s engagement with contemporary art will take an immersive turn when Olafur Eliasson’s Room for one colour (1997) is installed in its Sainsbury’s Wing as an “epilogue” to Monochrome, a show about the artist’s decision to paint and draw in black, shades of grey or other single colours since the Middle Ages (30 October-18 February 2018). The...

The London Museum of Photography is Just Around the Corner

An ambitious new photography venue called the London Museum of Photography is due to open in the UK capital close to the Whitechapel Gallery. The new space in the East End will be run by the Swedish organisation Fotografiska, which founded a privately-run museum of photography on the waterfront in Stockholm in 2010. The gallery will occupy the new White...

‘Gift from God’ Elvis is semi-divine, 40 years after death

Pilgrims come all day every day, filing past in silence, fighting back tears as they place mementos at Elvis Presley's gravesite, pausing to reflect, take pictures or say a prayer. More than 600,000 fans visit each year, paying tribute to the icon of popular culture, the once rebellious sex symbol turned family entertainer of whom John Lennon said: "Before Elvis...

A Midnight Walk Through the Neon-Hued Streets of Asian Cities by Marcus Wendt

While on a recent trip through Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Seoul, London-based photographer Marcus Wendt found himself suffering from a bout of jetlag induced insomnia and ended up wandering the streets of several cities late at night. With a camera in-hand he captured these mesmerising shots that channel the cyberpunk vibe of movies like Bladerunner where narrow urban alleys are bathed...

Artist Figured Out How To Control Water With Her Mind

An EEG, a few speakers, and some metal plates filled with water compose the artist's brain wave-bending installations. An electroencephalogram(EEG)is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of brain. Special sensors are attached to head and hooked by wires to a computer. The computer records brain's activity on the screen. In Eunoia II, Park controls 48 pools of...

NADA New York Moves to West SoHo for 2018 Edition

For its upcoming seventh edition, the NADA New York art fair will move slightly south, to the ground floor of Skylight Clarkson Sq. in West SoHo. As with last year’s fair, the 2018 edition of NADA New York will be held during Armory Week, from March 8 to 11. At 60,000 square feet, Skylight Clarkson Sq.’s ground floor is smaller...

Los Angeles Awards $3 M. in Grants for Art Programs

Los Angeles’s Department of Cultural Affairs announced that it will spend about $3 million to support more than 1,000 art-based activities at some 250 nonprofits within the city as part of its annual Cultural Grant Program between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018. The total for this round of grants, $2,997,120, is a slight uptick from 2016–17, which totaled $2,946,566....

The Human Body As a Canvas: World Body Art Festival in Austria 2017

To date, the festival scene has been the largest music and art venue in the southern part of Austria for 20 years. In 2017, the festival was held in a new location, for the first time in the capital of Carinthia, Klagenfurt am Wörthersee. The festival area was in the heart of the city, surrounded by a historical center,...

At DiCaprio’s Charity Auction, Japanese Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa ‘Lost’ $30 Million

Leonardo DiCaprio is aware of that if you want to sell a variety of art, you need to carry in the large guns. Some of the guests on the actor’s recent celebrity-studded charity public sale in Saint-Tropez turned into Japanese collector Yusaku Maezawa. Quality recognized for his report-putting $110.5 million purchase of a Basquiat at Sotheby’s in may, Maezawa went...

Met Can Return Another Ancient Vase to Italy

An ancient vase on the Metropolitan Museum of Art has been confiscated through the Manhattan district lawyer’s office primarily based on proof that it was looted from Italy inside the 1970s, the big apple times reviews. Authorities have been tipped off about the paintings' provenance by the archaeologist Christos Tsirogiannis, who recognized it via his studies into the documents of...

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