Archive for August, 2018

Damiani to publish ‘A brief movement after death’ by Caleb Cain Marcus

Caleb Cain Marcus, a photographic artist living in New York City, has a practice rooted in photography and centered around the tangible presence of space as a connector with the universe. In his critically acclaimed book, A Portrait of Ice (Damiani, 2012), Cain Marcus used the vertical frame to capture sublime images of glaciers and began his study of color. In Goddess (Damiani, 2014), his... | Read More

Arthur Analts represents Latvia at the 2018 London Design Biennal

The Latvian National Museum of Art and its department the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design (MDAD) coordinate the preparatory process of participation of Latvia at the second London Design Biennale (LDB) in 2018. The author of Latvia’s exposition entitled Matter to Matter is young designer Arthur Analts from the multidisciplinary design company Variant Studio. Project is implemented as a... | Read More

Van Doren Waxter opens exhibition of works by Aiko Hachisuka and John Williams

Van Doren Waxter is exhibiting works by Los Angeles-based Aiko Hachisuka and John Williams, on view at the gallery’s 195 Chrystie Street location from August 29 – September 29, 2018. This first two-person project with the artists presents new wall-based assemblages by Hachisuka and recent paintings by Williams, highlighting their respective, unfettered approaches to material based and... | Read More

Gallery list announced for sixth London edition of 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair has announced the 42 galleries from 21 countries exhibiting in its sixth London edition, taking place at Somerset House, 4-7 October 2018 (preview on Wednesday 3 October). As part of the programme of Special Projects, 1-54 is partnering with Somerset House to present an exhibition of new and rarely seen works by the internationally renowned South African artist... | Read More

Exhibition focuses on the relationship between Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser

This year’s annual exhibition Josef Hoffmann—Koloman Moser (through 28 October 2018) in Josef Hoffmann Museum in Brtnice, a joint branch of the Moravian Gallery in Brno and MAK Vienna, is dedicated to relations between two artist friends and preeminent designers of Viennese Modernism. The works of Koloman Moser (1868–1918) are considered the artistic antithesis of Josef... | Read More

Luxembourg Art Week is back in 2018

The fourth edition of Luxembourg Art Week will take place from 9 to 11 November 2018 at Halle Victor Hugo in Luxembourg. The event will gather 50 contemporary art galleries, cultural institutions and artists’ collectives in two distinct yet complementary sections: 32 in Positions and 18 in Take Off. 18 new internationally renowned exhibitors will join the Positions section this year,... | Read More

Frieze Film 2018: Artists announced

Frieze announces the international artists participating in Frieze Film 2018, a series of new moving image commissions premiered at Frieze London and broadcast on national television. The Otolith Group, Paul Pfeiffer and Lucy Raven will create new works as part of Frieze Projects, overseen by Diana Campbell Betancourt (Samdani Art Foundation & Dhaka Art Summit). Taking place at Frieze London in... | Read More

How The Online Global Gig Economy Threatens Us All

While freelance websites may have raised wages and broadened the number of potential employers for some people, they’ve forced every new worker who signs up into entering a global marketplace with endless competition, low wages, and little stability. Decades ago, the only companies that outsourced work overseas were multinational corporations with the resources to set up manufacturing shops... | Read More

Professor – Department of Music

The Department of Music in the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music is pleased to invite applications for a senior-level, tenured, professorial position as inaugural holder of the Leo M. and Elaine Krown Klein Endowed Chair in Performance Studies.

UCLA Department of Music Professor Leo M. and Elaine Krown Klein Endowed Chair in Performance Studies

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Why Victorian Thinker John Ruskin’s Ideas Have Fresh Resonance Today

“People get hung up on how eccentric some of his ideas were, but the core of his claims remains relevant and important. That is to say: our aesthetic experience, our experience of beauty in ordinary life, must be central to thinking about any good life and society. It’s not just decoration or luxury for the few. If you are taught how to see the world properly through an understanding of... | Read More

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