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Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year

Fujifilm Award for Innovation 2020

Featuring the Finalist and Commended images from the Fujifilm Award for Innovation category of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2020. Created by Virtual Exhibitions in association with Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year email virtualexhibtions.net@gmail.com tel: +44 (0)7745 582527

The Valentine Ryabov Gallery

Ekaterina Grigoryeva: From the gallery collection

12 May 2020 – 26 May 2020

Ekaterina Grigoryeva - Honored Artist of Russia, a member of the Petrovsky Academy of Science and Arts and International Federation of Arts. Born in 1940 in Moscow. In childhood, she studied at an art school, graduated from the Moscow Radio Engineering College. Painting has remained a hobby for a long time, and the artist's early works are not very remarkable. Later, while working as an engineer, she began to study painting with the artist Eduard Drobitsky, who at that time was the chairman of the Moscow Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya street, the epicenter of unofficial art of the USSR and, in essence, the first "island of creative freedom" in Moscow 1970s-1980s. Recalling this time, Ekaterina Grigoryeva wrote: "For real, I began to work normally after my 40s. I fell into very good hands with Eduard Drobitsky. If I had not joined him and his people, I would have remained a gray mouse. Thus, the artist became a member of the group, which included such masters of Soviet non-conformism as O. Kandaurov, D. Plavinsky, V. Nemukhin, O. Rabin, N. Vechtomov, and many others. According to Grigorieva friendship with Anatoly Zverev gave her a completely new perspective on art, with his artistic method, about which he said: "The faster the work is written, the more honest and clean it is." Ekaterina agreed with this method, she wrote in her diaries: "I am painting fast, without thinking about what happens. It's not important what you paint, but it's important how you paint, how you convey feelings within yourself, the rampage of your soul. " So, to the early '80s. Of the twentieth century, Ekaterina Grigorieva formed her unique art style. Having received indulgence from her colleagues from the workshop for complete creative freedom, the artist plunged headlong into the study of abstract expressionism and chose for herself a more restrained and aesthetic European branch of this art style. The artist's paintings do not fight with anything, do not call on barricades. Grigorieva is not a conceptualist and does not want to fill her art space with appeals and accusations, which very clearly distinguishes her from the general trends of the Russian underground culture of that time. The artist was interested in the process of understanding harmony through color and composition. Flowers on her canvases are a certain code. The abstraction in her works overlaps the recognition of the original floral motifs. Historians of post-war unofficial art will immediately name, probably, a dozen female artists - active participants of the informal art processes of that period. But Grigorieva is probably almost the only one who did not try on the "Amazonian armor". In the Russian art culture, fully oriented to masculinity, it is fearless to openly indicate your female nature. In many respects, precisely due to the feminine tenderness of her art (which in no way detracts from its innovativeness), unlike other representatives of abstraction during the USSR, her paintings were difficult to be criticized negatively, which allowed her to exhibit more often and quickly win the love of the audience, and even the crowd of imitators, who until now, after almost half a century, continue the attempts to copy her style, not realizing that it was always a matter of truthfulness of emotions and spontaneity, that the artist every time left on her canvases. The collection presented in this exhibition dates back to the period of the 1990s - early 2000s. (The artist died in 2004). Now, when the trends in Russian and world art markets included artists of "Malaya Gruzinskaya" and "Lianozovo group", it's just a right time to and reopens the paintings of one of the most original artists of nonconformism era.

Olivier Cornet Gallery

Sitzfleisch, a solo exhibition by Susanne Wawra

18 May 2020 – 12 Jun 2020

Sitzfleisch (Sitting Flesh) or The German Art Of Sitting (On Your Behind) Susanne Wawra visually tackles the German concept of Sitzfleisch, one of these compound words that express a certain quality that can't quite be grasped in the English language. Literally translated, sitzfleisch means 'sitting flesh' or 'sitting meat', a term for one's behind or bottom. In its use, to have sitzfleisch means the ability to sit still for long periods of time to be productive, a certain stamina at work and in life working through a situation or bringing a project to an end. Wawra's works are a play on endurance, staying power as well as sitting and flesh; with an autobiographical and associative approach. This is translated into different forms of expression: her characteristic layered mixed media pieces as well as drawings, oil painting, ceramics and sculpture.

Galerie Joël Knafo

LEK - Exposition en 3D

Lek intègre la déstructuration au cœur de son processus de création. Trois lettres L.E.K. subsistent pour ce qu’elles sont. Des lignes. Pour ce qu’elles suggèrent. Puissance et concision. Cette exposition en 3D rassemble des œuvres qui définissent le style l’artiste par leur graphisme, leur rythme et leur architecture. La graphie devient un outil abstrait. Les lettres se transforment, s’assemblent en segments peints ou construits en bandes adhésives, sortent du cadre et oscillent entre verticales, diagonales et horizontales. L’harmonie est au rendez-vous.

ArtCan

CIRCLES by Hamish Macaulay

11 May 2020 – 10 Jun 2020

This exhibition of recent mixed media works centre around my fascination with the art of seeing. I have created this new body of work within circles to simulate looking at the world outside (or within) through a porthole. The world we are viewing through these windows is a world of contrasts - a world consisting of so many examples of elements interacting with each other - Nature vs. Structure. ---------------- Growing up in New Zealand, coastal and mountain themes have been predominant in my work. With my home now in London, I am influenced by how man-made structures compete with the landscape. I feature the contrast between the strong, angular lines of architectural forms (usually brutalist or modernist structures) interacting with the fluid, organic backdrop of abstracted/imagined landforms, which I refer to as “Earth Skeletons”.

Morningside Gallery

SCOTT NAISMITH - LIGHT ON THE HORIZON

16 May 2020 – 16 Jun 2020

Afikaris

Some things mysterious boys do

27 May 2020 – 14 Jun 2020

Afikaris offers a breath of fresh air and freedom with a solo show of Ghanaian photographer Nana Yaw Oduro. “Some things mysterious boys do” perfectly illustrates Nana Yaw Oduro’s poetical images that showcase male characters in situations both quirky and graphical, underlining their bodies’ geometry. Through his work, Ghanaian photographer Nana Yaw Oduro - born in 1994 - translates his emotions and materialises his vision of life. His photographs share his feelings and give life to his imaginary worlds, between infinite beaches and desert plains.

Place des Galeries

"ILLUSION" by Thierry CONRAD

ART BUNKER GALLERY

Let's dream anyway

20 May 2020 – 31 Oct 2020

MHAS

MHAS. Arte y Velocidad

18 May 2020 – 30 Jun 2020

El Museo de Historia de la Automoción de Salamanca inaugura su primera exposición virtual, inmerso en la situación social en la que nos encontramos; una ocasión idónea para enfrentarse a un esperanzador futuro, sin dejar atrás, ni olvidar sus próximas producciones presenciales.

ELEMENTS

ELEMENTS

16 May 2020 – 09 Jun 2020

ELEMENTS is an online, 3D virtual exhibition featuring 14 international artists from Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The theme of ELEMENTS brings together artworks by 14 leading and emerging international artists. The exhibition provides an exploration of the theme as perceived from various contexts and lenses. The display includes a variety of media and practice, varying the interpretations and blurring the lines in our perception of space, nature and the immaterial. Elements was conceived as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, where many art fairs, exhibitions, conferences and talks were cancelled or indefinitely postponed. The impact for artists has been felt in their continued practice, ability to share their work with the public and their sources of income. This exhibition allows the featured artists to continue sharing their work with global audiences and gives you the opportunity to view the collection from the comfort and safety of your home. Proceeds from sales will contribute towards supporting the artists’ practice directly and 20% will also go towards the Orphans in Need charity. All prices are without framing, postage, packing or insurance (unless stated otherwise). Please contact us or the artists for further details.

Findlay Galleries

Gilles Gorriti & Paul Aïzpiri - Modern Disciples

Findlay Galleries is proud to feature Paul Aïzpiri and Gilles Gorriti, father and son, in a joint exhibition at Findlay’s iconic Worth Avenue gallery in Palm Beach. Both Aïzpiri and Gorriti are renowned globally, with careers spanning over 120 years combined. Their works have the use of vivid color and moving patterns and are rich in emotion, yet each artist’s flavor and style is distinctive and authentic. Gorriti reveals beauty in our ordinary surroundings or in a moment by the Mediterranean sea and encourages the viewer to question and explore his modern technique. Aïzpiri paints his joy and satisfaction in life by depicting figures, marinas, and the vibrant architecture of his beloved environs in bold color with unique brushwork.

Galerie Roberto

INFACESTROKADA

20 May 2020 – 20 Jun 2020

INFACESTROKADA Cezar Arro "In this show, it is indeed the incandescent female face that prevails and dominates, not only across Arro’s bristling canvases but in the entire gallery space. And while the women’s faces have indeed been wrought and stroked with heavy impastos, turned over this way and that, projected in triple views, or multi-angled, swathed in trowelled pigments, their gazes blurred, their eyes caught in distress, panic, or alarm, and naked with fear and anxiety, facial muscles contorted, their outlines misregistered – Arro invites us to savor the moment of each painting’s creation, and thereby witness the shifting gradations of emotions, splendid in their mobility, theatrical in their nobility, and regard the rich lusciousness of paint as the equivalence of human skin, and forthwith await the sumptuous pleasure of the female flesh. Indeed, it was the American Abstract Expressionist Willem de Kooning, famous for his “Women” series, who declared: “Flesh is the reason oil paint was invented.”' _ For inquiries, send us a message or email us at galerieroberto.adm@gmail.com Follow us on www.instagram.com/galerieroberto Like us on www.facebook.com/GalerieRoberto Visit our website www.galerieroberto.com

Steffen Thomas Museum of Art

Art As Experience: Richard Olsen and the Vietnam War

The works of Richard Olsen come to the Steffen Thomas Museum. Professor of Art Emeritus at the University of Georgia, Richard Olsen is a veteran helicopter pilot of the Vietnam War. Olsen’s Wall series of abstract paintings features rich symbolism associated with his time in military service.

IMDRart

Tati Knobel. You Are What You Eat. (curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

22 May 2020 – 22 Jul 2020

Solo exhibition by Tati Knobel.Tati Knobel I Came to NYC as jewish refugee from Leningrad, Soviet Union more than 30years ago, I was a refusenik, because i could not get permission to leave Soviet Union for 10 years. I started doing art after breaking my leg about 10 years ago, before that I worked for hi-tech , having a degree in math and computer science from Leningrad University. I started drawing, then painting acrylic, then oil. I also enjoy doing ceramics, when i can get access to the kiln in the city. I also started taking art /drawing/painting/sculpture classes in Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. My works participated in numerous exhibitions in NYC: 1. 2009. 14 street Y:drawings 2. 2010. Educational alliance 197 east Broadway: acrylic 3. 2011. Ottendorfer library: acrylic 4. 2012. 14 street Y: hope exhibition to benefit children hospital: acrylic 5. 2012. NYU annual Edgar Poe exhibition. Nevermore, landscape with fantasy, oil 6. 2013. Mulberry library: drawings 7. 2014. Tompkins sq library: collages 8. 2014. 67 street library: sculptures: 9. 2014. Jefferson market library.: Zen drawing. 10. 2015. Educational alliance 197 east Broadway: oil 11. 2015 lorimoto brooklyn gallery in BushWick: collages 12. 2015 Greenwich house: oils 13. 2016 .Greenwich house: oils 14. 2016 Hudson Park Library: tempera 15. 2016 Clarkson street center: monotypes 16. 2016 Lorimoto gallery in BushWick: monotype 17. 2017 Educational alliance: oils 18. 2017 Greenwich house: oils 19. 2018 SOHO 508 w 26 st, Margo gallery: photos of Africa 20. 2019 Margo Gallery 51 east 73 st: oil; acrylic 21. 2019 HudsonPark library :4 watercolors 22. 2019 Educational alliance: oils, collage 23. 2019 MORA jersey city : Margo gallery: acrylics, oil 24. 2019 MORA jersey city 389 Washington st 2 : photos of Venice 25. 2019 Greenwich House: acrylics 26. 2019 NAWA(national association of women artists),gallery One , Warren st: oil 27. 2019 NAWA gallery, w39 st, NYС 5 fl: oil 28. 2020 MORA jersey city , 80 grand street: oils With questions on prices and availability of artworks, please contact Margo Grant +1 917 449-2842 grantmargo@gmail.com


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