Archive for January, 2018

BAMPFA mounts major solo exhibition of work by Theresa Hak Kyung Cha

The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive presents an innovatively organized exhibition of work by Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1951–1982), the first solo presentation in more than a decade of work by the accomplished artist, filmmaker, and writer. Theresa Hak Kyung Cha: Avant Dictee features nearly fifty of Cha’s works in a range of media, organized for the first time into... | Read More

Saâdane Afif invites the public to compose their own interpretation of his work in exhibition at WIELS

From the 1st February until the 22nd April 2018, the audience will have the opportunity to discover Saâdane Afif’s work and compose its own interpretation inside Studio Paroles, a music studio freely accessible to all. During the first semester of 2018, WIELS presents an overview of Saâdane Afif’s work of the past 15 years. A retrospective with a twist, it explores the process of... | Read More

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum introduces Curator of Digital Experience

Building new paths in both the culture and technology sectors, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum will bring on board content strategist and information technology specialist Liz Neely as curator of digital experiences. Neely will oversee the development of the Museum’s digital infrastructure and audience engagement across media platforms. “Expanding our digital capabilities will... | Read More

Janet Borden Inc. opens Amusement Park by Ddavid Brandon Geeting

Janet Borden, Inc. announces Amusement Park by Ddavid Brandon Geeting. The exhibition will run from 1 February – 15 March 2018. This is Mr. Geeting's first solo exhibition with the gallery. Amusement Park by David Brandon Geeting is a collection of edgy portraits, outrageous still lifes and cryptic documentary shots. The accompanying monograph was assembled by publisher Lodret... | Read More

The Fine Art Society exhibits etchings and lithographs by the British-American artist Gerald Brockhurst RA

Born in Birmingham in 1890, Brockhurst showed promising signs of his artistic talent while very young: the then headmaster of the Birmingham School of Art even announced he had discovered "a young Botticelli”. It was there that he encountered the work of the Pre-Raphaelite painters which, alongside his interest in the Italian Renaissance masters, would provide an ample source of inspiration... | Read More

Ronchini Gallery opens the first UK solo exhibition of Japanese artist Katsumi Nakai

Ronchini Gallery presents the first UK solo exhibition of Japanese artist Katsumi Nakai. With works spanning from the 1960’s to 2012 this exhibition presents a comprehensive overview of this critical figure whose artistic achievements have yet to be fully appreciated on a grand scale. Nakai studied painting at the Institute of Fine Arts Osaka, Japan, and was already active in the Japanese... | Read More

Dufy tops results at Freeman’s European Art & Old Masters auction

Freeman’s January 23 European Art & Old Masters auction marked the second sale of the 2018 spring season. The auction totaled over $975,000, representing 80 percent of the lots by value. There were more than 300 registered bidders, with global interest and participation matching the expansive offerings in the nearly 200 lot sale. Works by French artists dominated the sale. A small... | Read More

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU appoints Amy Galpin as new Curator

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU, the Smithsonian Affiliate in Miami, announces the appointment of Amy Galpin, PhD, as the museum’s new Curator. She will begin her new role at the Frost on February 12, and most recently served as Curator at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College. Galpin’s curatorial trajectory has primarily focused on modern and contemporary work... | Read More

Howard Greenberg Gallery opens exhibition of Steve Kahn’s The Hollywood Suites

Juxtaposing nudes and seascapes with architectural interiors, The Hollywood Suites, Steve Kahn’s enigmatic series of photographs made between 1974 and 1978, will be on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery from February 1 – March 17, 2018. The series will be the subject of an upcoming exhibition at the de Young Museum in San Francisco opening on September 29, 2018. Kahn is part of a... | Read More

Ritz Paris, 120 years of history at auction

The Ritz Paris has re-opened its doors in June 2016, after four years of extensive renovation, entirely respectful of its heritage. Artcurial has been entrusted with the mission to organise the sale of close to 3500 lots of furniture and objects that have inhabited the establishment as some were not returned to their previous place in this last campaign of restauration. Every piece put up for... | Read More
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