Archive for December, 2016

Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle débuts Slavs and Tatars’ mid-career survey

Imagine each breath an utterance: in and out, a repetition of equally sensual and semantic force. In Mouth to Mouth, Slavs and Tatars mid-career survey, the traditional flow of information and affect is scrambled and squeezed through organs, orifices and body parts not usually designated for such use. Defining an area “east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the Great Wall of... | Read More

Retrospective of the work of Bernard Buffet on view at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris is organising a retrospective of the work of Bernard Buffet (1928–1999), one of the most famous French painters of the 20th century, but also one of the most contentious. In a choice of a hundred paintings this exhibition takes a fresh look at an oeuvre which in fact remains little known to the public at large. The Musée d’Art... | Read More

London – William Kentridge: “Thick Time” at Whitechapel Gallery Through January 15th, 2017

William Kentridge, The Refusal of Time (2012), all images courtesy the artist via White Chapel Gallery. Now through January 15th, Whitechapel Gallery in London is presenting a new exhibition of work by William Kentridge, one of South Africa’s pre-eminent artists. William Kentridge: Thick Time features six large-scale works created between 2003 and 2016, spanning a range of […]... | Read More

Tilman and Wyatt, and Super Surprises Galore, Oh My! Shelby Hodge is Naming Names, Making Houston Sweat

Twas the start of the New Year and all through the city The entire metropolis was Super Bowl giddy. Mayor Turner, Ed Emmett, Sallie Sargent, Read

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Indian Folk Art Exhibit call for art – deadline Jan. 20

Indian Folk Art call for art

January 29 – February 24, 2017

RECEPTION Friday, February 3 6:30 – 8:30 pm (update)

Jaycee Park Center for the Arts, 1975 Puritan, Irving TX 75061

Prospectus: Jan 2017 Indian Folk Art Prospectus 

Irving Art Association invites artists to participate in the Indian Folk Art exhibition, a celebration of Indian... | Read More

Korean Government Faces Backlash Over Artist Blacklist

The South Korean government is facing pressures after allegedly taking steps to censor and blacklist left-leaning artists in the country.  “The government’s effort to restrict artists is something that took place several decades ago, but this has been replayed in the 21st century,” poet Ko Un, 83 says.  “The foolish acts of the current administration have resulted... | Read More

NY Mag Explores the Techniques of The World’s Best Auctioneers

New York Magazine has a piece this week on the psychology of auction rooms, and the techniques that auctioneers use to increase the final price for works.  One approach draws on a collector’s sense of ownership, playing their willingness to bid off other bidders.  “Once you bid on artwork it’s yours,” says economist Don Thompson, “and now suddenly, the next bidder […]... | Read More

18st AIRSpace – Artist in residence program – 2017-2018

We are currently accepting applications for the 18st AIRSpace artist in residence program. Applications are due January 31, 2017 for residencies June 2017 – May 2018.

Please see the 18st AIRSpace link below for access to the application.

The 18st AIRSpace is the Plano Public Library System’s artist in residence program. The 18st AIRSpace provides hands-on... | Read More

Bruce Peil: Three Day Painting Workshop Jan. 19-21

Instructor Bruce Peil will be offering a Studio / Plein Air Workshop on January 19 -21 at his studio in Athens, TX.

These workshops are about how to capture the feeling of the light and mood of the scene.  You will also learn how to mix the colors that you see with a simplified palette and understand how you did it. $375.00 for three days.

Lodging is also available on... | Read More

Reading The Game: ‘The Last Of Us’

Our occasional series on storytelling in video games continues with a look at The Last of Us. Set in a world undone by a fungal apocalypse, it follows a grizzled smuggler and his surrogate daughter.

(Image credit: Sony/Naughty Dog)

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