Archive for September, 2018

IN PRINT: October 2018

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Kalahari photography on view at Harvard’s Peabody Museum

In June 1951, Raytheon founder Laurence Marshall and his family left Cambridge, Massachusetts to spend over a decade documenting hunter-gatherers in the Kalahari during a series of expeditions sponsored by Harvard’s Peabody Museum. The family’s photos of the Ju/’hoansi and /Gwi peoples—once known pejoratively as the “Bushmen” —heralded a transformation in... | Read More

Exhibition of new works by New York based artist Michael Wetzel on view at Kristen Lorello

Kristen Lorello is presenting Bu, a solo exhibition of new works by New York based artist Michael Wetzel. This is the artist's first solo exhibition at the gallery. Sculptures in frescoed plaster with inclusions of found seashells, pebbles, and colored plexiglass are paired with paintings on linen that superimpose landscape, figure, and word. They continue the artist's ongoing exploration of... | Read More

New York based artist Mike Lee opens exhibition at The Garage, gallery and residency space

The Garage, gallery and residency space in Amsterdam, is hosting a solo exhibition of New York based artist Mike Lee from 29 September, 2018. I’ve Missed You is Lee’s first dedicated presentation in Europe, following a string of successful solo shows in L.A., New York and Portland as well as Asian debuts in Tokyo and Hong Kong. The artist is exhibiting his latest series of... | Read More

First museum retrospective devoted to Eugene Richards’s work arrives in his hometown of NYC

The International Center of Photography opened Eugene Richards: The Run-On of Time. This exhibition, the first museum retrospective devoted to Richards’s nearly 50-year career, is on view at the ICP Museum (250 Bowery) from September 27, 2018 through January 6, 2019. Composed of over 140 photographs and short films—all created in Richards’s unflinching yet poetic... | Read More

Super-rare boxed Walking Batman stars in Milestone’s Oct. 13 Premier Vintage Toys Auction

The color, action and irresistible charm of antique and vintage toys will be on full display during Milestone’s October 13 auction in suburban Cleveland. More than 700 lots ranging from coveted early 20th-century German clockwork characters to mid-century superheroes and flashy ’50s vehicles await collectors, who may bid in person, absentee, by phone or live online. “The level... | Read More

Rodeo Gallery opens exhibition of works by Liliane Lijn in its new space in Piraeus

Liliane Lijn (b. 1939, New York) began her practice as a young artist within a male world of kinetics and conceptual art. The kind of work she has become known for, as the result of being affiliated openly and consistently with artists that deal with space, light and matter, stands bold and fresh still today. Although it is language, through poetry and myths, that has lead her work and her... | Read More

Jeannette van Campenhout appointed Specialist in 20th Century & Contemporary Art and Latin American Art

Phillips announced the appointment of Jeannette van Campenhout as a Specialist in 20th Century & Contemporary Art and Latin American Art, based in New York. The appointment reflects the extraordinary growth of Phillips Latin American Art initiatives and its increasing importance to the company’s global growth strategy. Ms. van Campenhout joins Phillips after running her own art advisory... | Read More

Flowers Gallery opens first exhibition of works created entirely in bronze by Nicola Hicks

For the past four decades British artist Nicola Hicks’ practice has centered around a world populated by a cast of humanized creatures and beast-like humans, expressing the universal, often darker aspects of humanity. The present exhibition brings together works from key periods in Hicks’ career from the 1990s to the present day, and is the first exhibition of works created entirely... | Read More

Identity explored through the works of Korean Canadian artists at the Museum of Vancouver

The Museum of Vancouver and the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Vancouver are presenting In/Flux: Art of Korean Diaspora, a collaborative exhibition featuring works from three Korean-Canadian artists, on display from September 28, 2018 to January 6, 2019. Curated by Jillian Povarchook, Curatorial Associate at MOV, the exhibition features selected works of Jin-me Yoon, Junghong Kim,... | Read More
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