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Pallant House Gallery to Host UK’s First Outsider Art Conference

At a time of rising interest in outsider art, Pallant House Gallery in Chichester will host the first UK-based European Outsider Art Association (EOA) Conference from 4-6 May organised by the charity Outside In. The EOA was formed in 2009 and its annual conference, held at the GAIA Museum of Outsider Art in Randers Denmark in 2017, takes a different theme each...

Beekeeping Made Easy With a New Compact Hive Built for Urban Settings

Gone are the days of full coverage beekeeping suits and padded gloves with the invention of a radical new hive by Italian company Beeing, which was founded by a third-generation bee keeper. B-box is the very first system designed for homes and urban environments, with a small footprint that can fit on even the tiniest of balconies or backyards. Not...

These 100-Year-Old Glass Flowers Are So Accurate

The problem with Harvard University’s collection of glass flowers, explains professor of botany Donald H. Pfister, is that they’re too realistic. “When they’re photographed, they just look like plants,” he says, ruefully. “So how do you make a photo book that lets people know that these are actually glass models?” Today, the collection is housed in a dedicated gallery at the Harvard...

Albertz Benda Now Reps Tsibi Geva

Tsibi Geva is now represented by Albertz Benda. The Chelsea gallery announced its first exhibition with the Israeli artist will be in October 2017. It will feature new work alongside pieces from his presentation at the 2015 Venice Biennale, where he represented Israel. Geva’s work ranges from loose, abstract paintings to installations and assemblages pieced together with industrial and everyday materials. For his show...

Financial District’s Fearless Girl will Move to a New Home this Year

Downtown New York’s Fearless Girl statue, which has drawn crowds since it was installed last year staring down the Financial District’s Charging Bull sculpture, will be moved to a more permanent location outside of the New York Stock Exchange building sometime this year, according to a statement released by City Hall (19 April). But the relocation could also affect...

New $50m art Warehouse Opens in Harlem—with Foreign-Trade Zone Status

When Superstorm Sandy hit Manhattan on 29 October 2012, water from the Hudson River surged through Chelsea, rising up to five feet in some places. Basements and galleries were flooded and millions of dollars’ worth of art was damaged or destroyed. Since then, art dealers have been aware of the crucial need to keep their inventory safe from such disasters,...

Stunning Nature Tunnels That Are Like Walking Through a Fairy Tale

Nature has an incredible way of making us feel like we’re living in a fairy tale. Whether it’s cloaking the landscape in a blanket of fog or wowing us with arainbow of colors, one thing is clear: the Earth is a magical place. And what better way to make believe that you’re living in a story book than with picturesque...

MAAT Museum by Amanda Levete, Lisbon – Portugal

Lisbon architecture triennale 2016: MAAT (the Museum of Art Architecture and Technology) is a new institution designed by Amanda Levete currently nearing completion on the banks of Lisbon’s Tagus river. With work in Portugal now reaching its climax, the building is set to open its doors this October. Led by director Pedro Gadanho, MAAT will explore contemporary culture through...

Huge Installation By Nick Cave Named “Until” Opened In the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art’s

Composed from tens of thousands of metallic wind spinners, more than 10 miles of crystals, and thousands of other traditional lawn decorations is Nick Cave's installation Until, a work which exists at two levels within the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art's (MASS MoCA) football field-sized exhibition space, Building 5. Illuminated chandeliers peek from within dense clouds of dangling crystals hung from the...

Manchester International Festival Is Coming

The bands New Order and Joy Division are inextricably bound with Manchester, with their music an integral part of the northern city’s cultural heritage and identity since the 1970s. The exhibition True Faith at Manchester Art Gallery (until 3 September) looks at the impact of the two groups of contemporary artists such as Mark Leckey, Barbara Kruger, Glenn Brown, Jeremy...

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