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The Chimney presents a group exhibition in the historic William Ulmer Brewery

The Chimney is presenting “The Chimney x Ulmer Arts” – a group exhibition curated by Clara Darrason & Jennifer Houdrouge and organized in collaboration with Ulmer Arts and Tungsten Partners. The exhibition is held in the historic William Ulmer Brewery located in Bushwick. The William Ulmer Brewery is an adaptive reuse project located at 81 Beaver Street, on the corner of... | Read More

Roberson Museum and Science Center opens biennial exhibition of scientific, natural and cultural history

Focus on Nature XV, a nature-based artwork exhibition featuring 87 illustrations by 69 artists, is on display at the Roberson Museum and Science Center in Binghamton, NY from July 21, 2019 – January 20, 2020. The exhibition, which is organized by the New York State Museum, celebrates natural and cultural history illustration and the talented artists who create a connection between science... | Read More

Brazil’s new performing arts chief in anti-left ‘crusade’

Creating a "cultural war machine" in Brazil's performing arts is renowned theater director Roberto Alvim's mission as he seeks to eradicate progressive ideas from the stage. Recently handpicked by President Jair Bolsonaro to head the performing arts center at the National Arts Foundation, Alvim's appointment is the latest salvo against artists since Bolsonaro took power in January. One of Alvim's... | Read More

Bank of England notes its 325 years with trip back in time

Some of the earliest surviving banknotes and a Cold War nuclear radiation calculator are among 325 historic objects unearthed by the Bank of England to celebrate its 325th anniversary. Britain's central bank is the second oldest in the world after that of Sweden, and its trip back through time means returning to the days when its banknotes were written by hand. Among the exhibits are a £40 note... | Read More

Three marvellous Morgans for sale with H&H Classics

For the Morgan enthusiast the next H&H Classics Sale at Buxton on July 24 will be a rare treat with three classic Morgans to choose from, each with a story to tell. The first is this British racing green 1957 MORGAN PLUS 4 racecar seen above and in action below. Built in RHD but supplied new to America and raced there by its first and subsequent owners, it has competition history in the US at... | Read More

Rochechouart Museum of Contemporary Art opens Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann show

Rochechouart Museum of Contemporary Art is presenting the first exhibition of work in a museum by French artist Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann. Le sentiment, la pensée, l’intuition * is palimpsest-like in its layers of rewritings, connections, poetic or psychological associations linked to the theme of interiors and spaces for living that constantly reverberate from room to room or... | Read More

SHOP Taka Ishii opens a group exhibition of contemporary ceramics by 8 Japanese and American artists

SHOP Taka Ishii Gallery is presenting “±8”, an exhibition featuring eight Japanese and American artists who work with ceramics. Curated by Kentaro Kawabata, a Japanese ceramist of the emerging generation, this group exhibition introduces up to date development of ceramic as sculptural medium from an artist’s perspective, a position that is closest to the current of... | Read More

Exhibition at Watts Gallery explores the life, art and travels of John Frederick Lewis

John Frederick Lewis: Facing Fame - on view at Watts Gallery – is the first exhibition in more than 40 years to explore the life, art and travels of this leading British Orientalist painter. Including many self-portraits and hidden likenesses, this exhibition explores Lewis’s sustained and complex relationship with his own success over a long and distinguished career. John Frederick... | Read More

Galerie Ora-Ora opens Nina Pryde’s solo exhibition ‘Infinity’

Galerie Ora-Ora is presenting Hong Kong-based artist Nina Pryde’s third main exhibition with the gallery. Infinity on view from July 16 through August 17. Infinity features a career-defining collection of landscape and semi-abstract landscape ink works, focusing on the versatility of Nina Pryde’s art-making as painter, calligrapher, collage artist, and photographer. Pryde is a modern... | Read More

“Cool Clay” acquisitions highlight experimental nature of ceramics

From raw textures to meticulous details, to glazes bursting with color, the Crocker Art Museum acquisitions featured in the exhibition "Cool Clay" provide insight into the experimental nature of the medium, and the diversity that will define its future. While the Crocker collection already includes one of the nation’s premier ceramics collections, this exhibition of approximately 40 works... | Read More
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