Shows

Switzerland

Ugo Rondinone shows gold masks

Ugo Rondinone shows gold masks

Posted November 26th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Sculptures, Shows, Switzerland

Sebastien and Stephanie Janssen present their first signature artist’s jewellery project. Artist Ugo Rondinone has, for the first time, created a series of seven masks, veritable wearable sculptures in gold, realised in collaboration with goldsmith Pierre Hugo. Ugo Rondinone is a major artist of the… Read More

Video Art

Video and performance artist Guido van der Werve in Vienna

Video and performance artist Guido van der Werve in Vienna

Posted November 26th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Netherlands, Performances, Shows, Video Art

As the protagonist of his own films, Dutch video and performance artist Guido van der Werve makes great physical demands upon himself. His works chart approaches to the experience of self and the world by staging an existentialist competition with himself. However, he not only… Read More

USA

Alexander Calder – From Avant-Garde to Iconic in L.A.

Alexander Calder – From Avant-Garde to Iconic in L.A.

Posted November 26th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Kinetic Art, Sculptures, Shows, USA

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic, the first monographic presentation of Alexander Calder’s work in a Los Angeles museum. Taking as its compass the large-scale sculpture Three Quintains (Hello Girls), a site-specific fountain commissioned by LACMA’s… Read More

Spain

The abstraction of Rafael Canogar

The abstraction of Rafael Canogar

Posted November 25th, 2013

Abstract Art, Contemporary Art, Shows, Spain

In the present exhibition of Canogar (until Feb 02, 2014 at The Valencian Institute of Modern Art)it has been sought to display, the permanent presence of abstraction throughout his long career, from 1957 to 2013. Very soon Canogar reached notoriety as an avant-garde painter and… Read More

Shows

Mohammed Kazem’s Raw Data in Sharjah

Mohammed Kazem’s Raw Data in Sharjah

Posted November 25th, 2013

Arab World, Contemporary Art, Installations, Media Art, Shows

The exhibition “Raw Data (1999-2013)” at the Maraya Art Centre is the latest project by leading Emirati artist, Mohammed Kazem. At the opening ceremony Sheikh Khalid bin Abdullah Al Qasimi and Sheikha Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi were briefed by the artist on the “Raw… Read More

USA

Project Los Altos – SFMOMA brings art to Silicon Valley

Project Los Altos – SFMOMA brings art to Silicon Valley

Posted November 25th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Shows, USA

Until March 2, 2014, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art presents Project Los Altos: SFMOMA in Silicon Valley, a multisite exhibition located in the downtown area of Los Altos, a town situated in the heart of Silicon Valley. Through the work of nine national… Read More

Shows

Turner and the Sea

Turner and the Sea

Posted November 25th, 2013

England, Paintings, Shows

Throw yourself into Turner’s dramatic depictions of storms, shipwrecks and battles, which revolutionised maritime art and have become some of Britain’s best-loved paintings. This landmark exhibition (until 21 April 2014) brings together an outstanding collection of masterpieces from around the world to explore Turner’s lifelong… Read More

Shows

Yoko Ono in Sydney

Yoko Ono in Sydney

Posted November 23rd, 2013

Contemporary Art, Shows

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia presents the first major survey in Australia of legendary artist, musician and activist Yoko Ono. Sydney is the only Australian venue for War Is Over! (if you want it): Yoko Ono, curated specifically for the MCA. The title comes… Read More

Shows

Body Language: 19 emerging international artists at Saatchi Gallery

Body Language: 19 emerging international artists at Saatchi Gallery

Posted November 21st, 2013

Contemporary Art, Shows

On 20th November, the Saatchi Gallery will open Body Language, an exhibition featuring 19 emerging international artists who, across a range of media, explore the physical body and present a variety of reflections on the human form. Over the last fifty years or so, work… Read More