Archive for August, 2016

IN PRINT: September 2016

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World art revealed at Tribal Art London

The UK’s only non-Western art fair, Tribal Art London, opens its third annual staging at Mall Galleries, London SW1 this year, from 1 to 4 September. Devoted exclusively to showing fine and original purpose works of art from world cultures, Tribal Art London is now extended to five days, including an invitation-only Preview on 31 August. The Organisers are excited to welcome a number of... | Read More

Brussels, the multifaceted and interdisciplinary capital, comes to light at the Palais de Tokyo

Brussels, the multifaceted and interdisciplinary capital, comes to light at the Palais de Tokyo. Within the space of a few years, Brussels has turned into an international platform dedicated to emerging artists and to artistic experimentation. Artists from all around the world gather there to find a breeding ground in which to showcase their talents. Characterised by their artistic risks,... | Read More

Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen exhibits the work of Vanessa Billy

Whether popcorn, batteries, water or bronze — no material is too uninteresting for Vanessa Billy (*1978, Geneva, lives in Zurich) not to use for research into sculpture and themes such as transformation and recycling. Her artistic work is poetic but at the same time remains anchored in the concrete physical qualities of the materials. Billy examines the cultural use of natural resources by... | Read More

David Claerbout opens exhibition at De Pont

Seven years ago David Claerbout (Kortrijk, 1969) exhibited at De Pont for the first time. The Shape of Time, comprising ten video installations, left an indelible mark. A magical twilight world of old black-and-white photographs, brought to life in a subtle manner, and decelerated film sequences showing a woman serving coffee on the veranda of an eighteenth-century French stately home and then... | Read More

London-based interdisciplinary artist Mark Farid opens exhibition at Gazelli Art House

Gazelli Art House presents Poisonous Antidote by Mark Farid. The London-based interdisciplinary artist will continue his investigation into conceptions of individual privacy and its metamorphosis in contemporary society through technology. Following Edward Snowden’s leaks of 2013 and current trends in British politics*, consensus of the public majority suggests that privacy is no longer... | Read More

Kaminski Fine Art Auction September 11, 2016 features Calder, Mitchell, and Corvinth

Kaminski Auctions presents its first Fine Art auction of the fall season on Sunday, 11, 2016. Top lot of the sale is a Joan Mitchell (American, 1925-1992), colorful abstract oil on Masonite, signed lower right from a Massachusetts estate valued at $50,000-$75,000. Other American artists of importance in the auction include a Granville Seymore Redmond (American, 1871-1935) luminist painting of a... | Read More

Halcyon Gallery opens exhibition of works by Spanish artist Pedro Paricio

In September 2016, contemporary Spanish artist, Pedro Paricio, will present Dreams, his forthcoming exhibition at Halcyon Gallery, London. This brand new body of work is part of an exploration into self-reflection, the collective subconscious and the transcendental nature of art. Paricio acts as a catalyst for self-reflection by tapping into our collective subconscious through his artworks. In... | Read More

START Art Fair announces list of exhibitors for 2016 Edition

START, presented by Prudential, announces its list of exhibitors for the thirdedition of the fair, which takes place between 15th to 18th September 2016 at the Saatchi Gallery, London (with a Preview Day on Wednesday 14th September). The fair focuses on emerging artists and new art scenes. The participating galleries are: +MAS Arte Contempor√°neo (Bogot√°) • 101/EXHIBIT (Los Angeles)... | Read More

Head to Head: Vasilis Asimakopoulos and Christian Falsnaes at Castlefield Gallery

Castlefield Gallery presents artists Vasilis Asimakopoulos and Christian Falsnaes for its annual Head to Head exhibition. For 2016 CG will be reworking the format of the Head to Head, consecutively handing the gallery over to one artist at a time to each produce a solo presentation, providing an opportunity to see work by two innovative artists who approach their practice from distinct... | Read More
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