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  • Jessica Coldrey

    You Mean All This Time We Could Have Been Friends?

    17 Oct 2018 – 17 Nov 2018

    A collaborative effort from curators and artists Jessica Coldrey and Ruby Ellam, explore the often felt but seldom talked about phenomenon of sibling rivalry. Through a number of commissioned and existing pieces and varying media types, the exhibition is an homage to family and the love, jealously and resentment that biological bonds can harbour.

  • Lisa Padilla

    Lisa Padilla - Tilt Brush 2017 - 2018

    01 Jan 2017 – 31 Dec 2018

  • Roland Staehli

    Pop Art

    01 Sep 2018 – 01 Dec 2018

    3d Art Exhibition

  • Eazl Gallery

    Fall 2018 Student Art Exhibit

    20 Sep 2018 – 22 Dec 2018

    Welcome to Eazl's Fall 2018 Student Art Exhibit. This exhibit includes graphic design and illustration, photography, and more from these featured artists: Mariana Flores, Magdalena George, Davis Jones, Ludell Jones, Victoria Krier, and John Williams.

  • BRENNECKE FINE ART

    LARS TEICHMANN Down by the river

    25 Aug 2018 – 16 Oct 2018

  • GALERIE Z

    Frank Kunert – Lifestyle

    15 Sep 2018 – 27 Oct 2018

  • Patrice Delmotte

    IN MUD - She is beautiful

    22 Aug 2018 – 10 Oct 2018

    “Remember the lotus flower. Even though it plunges to life from beneath the mud, it does not allow the dirt that surrounds it to affect its growth or beauty. Be that lotus flower always.”

  • An Australian Mixed Media Textile Challenge

    "Re-imagined"

    16 Aug 2018 – 16 Feb 2019

    “Re-imagined” Mixed Media Textiles convened by members of the Australian Rugmakers Guild. Textile mixed media Exhibition by Professional Artists & Craftspeople Conveners; Josephine Franco & Judith Tompkins. Curator; Kira Mead Contact: rugcraftingaustralia@gmail.com About The Conveners and Curator of this Exhibition are members of the Australian Rugmakers Guild a National non-profit organization networking fibre artists throughout the Southern Hemisphere. http://www.rughookingaustralia.com.au/ This Exhibition was open to ALL textile artists in the Southern Hemisphere, not just rugmakers. The aim, to publicize the art and craft of rugmaking. The Call for Entries contained no restrictions other than to include certain embellishments and in some way, at least one of 12 listed rug making techniques. https://www.facebook.com/rugcraftingaustralia.Reimagined/

  • Christine Lavanchy

    LE MUR - ROOM 1

    LE MUR by Christine Lavanchy is a project that bridges the gap between painting and photography. The goal is achieving 100 works in single format, 50 × 70 cm, which are either paintings or pictures, or hybrids where both disciplines are combined on the same surface. The idea is to resonate the colors, materials and genres, juxtaposing all the pieces that are created in a collision of large format. For several winters, Christine hunting twilights on the banks of Lake Geneva or at altitude. By capturing this magical and spectacular moment where the horizon seems to light after the sun is gone. These photographs feeds his imagination and his red thread. His paintings come meet these images and complement, little by little, the bricks of this giant mosaic ... Initiated in 2013 by a crowdfunding platform on the Swiss WEMAKEIT over 42 contributors helped start the WALL. In 2014, this project gets support Engelberts Foundation and, in 2015, from the town of Bourg-en-Lavaux.

  • GALERIE Z

    YULIA KAZAKOVA

  • Art Curator Japan

    Neo Japonisme - Resonances 2018

    12 Jul 2018 – 29 Sep 2018

    On the occasion of the 160th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and France, the Japan Foundation organizes several major exhibitions and artistic events throughout France. This series of exceptional events highlights Japan's traditional culture as well as recent developments in the fields of art, architecture and crafts. The town hall of Vaison-la-Romaine is associated with the movement and organizes from July 12 to September 29 the exhibition Neo Japonism - Résonances 2018 at art center La Ferme des Arts, in collaboration with Naoko Mikami, curator and founder of the network Art Curator Japan in Tokyo. The exhibition presents seven Japanese artists from various pictorial movements, including Beniko Choji, a young painter who is now famous for her feminine portraits; Arisa Okazaki, visual artist who explores new interactions between washi (Japanese paper) and ink; Miu, a committed artist who designs works made of concrete and plastic; or Yujin Koyama, master of Japanese bestiary and phantasmagoric. Three French artists will complete the group, including Baptiste Tavernier, who has been pursuing his career in Japan for more than 10 years. Japanese art and culture is based upon a "confrontation" between the immutability of codes and conventions and the constant desire for modernity. The exhibition Neo Japonisme - Résonances 2018 invites visitors to take a closer look at this paradox and is part of a national initiative that highlights the exceptional partnership between Japan and France.

  • GALERIE Z

    WEIBSBILDER PLAYING WITH PEGASUS

    25 Jul 2018 – 02 Sep 2018

    WEIBSBILDER „PLAYING WITH PEGASUS“ mit Arbeiten von Piot Brehmer, Terence Carr, Heike Feddern, Tatyana Ponamareva, Peter Rusam, Marina Sailer, Roland Schauls und Zhu Xianwei.

  • Cherelle Art Gallery

    Mermaids Galore Collection by Cherelle Art

    15 Jun 2018 – 31 Jul 2018

    A unique collection of mermaid paintings and drawings that inspire happiness and promote love and friendship.

  • National Academy of Design

    A LIVING COLLECTION: NEW DIPLOMA WORKS

    13 Jun 2018 – 18 Sep 2018

    The National Academy of Design, the oldest artist honorary society in America, imposed only one obligation on its members for nearly 200 years. Intending the National Academy to be an organization of the leading creatives shaping American visual culture, the founders stipulated that upon election, each National Academician present a representative work, or diploma work, that becomes part of the permanent collection. This legacy has guided the formation of a collection unlike any other in the United States, shaped by the artist and architect members themselves. Today the collection contains nearly 8,000 works in all mediums and styles and is one of the largest public American art collections in the country. This selection of works highlights the new diploma works that have entered the collection over the past year.

  • Rogue Gallery

    Gus Romero IV - Virtual Studio @ Rogue Gallery

    09 Jun 2018 – 09 Jun 2019

    A virtual exhibit @ Rogue Gallery ft. the art of Gus Romero IV.

  • Round Hill Creative Group

    We Are The Dream

    25 May 2018 – 25 Aug 2018

    'We are the Dream' showcases the artwork of Miles Regis. The pieces exhibit strong, powerful and explosive imagery that he has explored from his Trinidadian culture. His media includes oil, acrylic, charcoal, latex paint and occasional newspaper. His well renowned style of brilliantly integrating his chosen media leaves us with this emotive and exotic collection of works, which leave the viewer wanting to delve deeper into the artist's world. ABOUT REGIS: Trinidadian born multimedia artist Miles Regis is based in Los Angeles, CA. We are thrilled to be representing Mr. Regis in his first solo VG exhibition. Mile's work taps into the emotion and experiences of exotic cultures around the world and presents them in a way that are relevant to today's modernized societies. Miles combines abstraction with figurative work; obscure references with in-your-face writings; symbolic narrative with Trinidadian splashes of color. He adds to this drip painting and collage work. His media includes oil, acrylic, charcoal, latex paint and ocassional newspaper. His cultural duality and diverse perspectives play a large role in the humanistic consciousness he manages to present in his work. With broad enthusiast appeal, his work has appeared in association with CNN, Intel Corporation, Art Basel Miami, Coachella Music & Art Festival, CAAM, American Rag Cie and is in many celebrity collections around the country and throughout the world. The Huffington Post compared his works to that of master painters such as Basquiat and Pollock, and his star is rising to higher heights as his work continues to evolve.

  • Dasvid W Anderson

    David W. Anderson Photos

    Photo Variety

  • DukeofDalgety

    Meet the Duke

    05 May 2018 – 05 Oct 2018

  • ART GODA

    Abstract Editions

    09 May 2018 – 01 Sep 2018

    The exhibition consists of three kinds of artworks, representing the creative path of abstract expressionist, sculptor, painter and digital artist Aloyzas Smilingis-Elis from 1974 to this day. It is a collection of his recently created digital abstractions and early abstract paintings that were digitalised and digitally manipulated by the artist. All artworks were printed on canvas in limited editions and underframed. This process was carried out under strict supervision of the artist.

  • Eurivaldo Bezerra

    Reflections

    14 Apr 2018 – 14 Apr 2019

    Muito me incomoda ver que nossa Sociedade é cheia de pré-conceitos e rótulos. Não querer conhecer determinada pessoa por conta da cor da pele, estatura, religião, orientação sexual, seja lá o que for, não deveria ser tão latente como é. Assim, decidi criar uma exposição onde provocaremos o questionamento sobre estes pré-conceitos. E nada melhor do que a fotografia para emocionar e inspirar as pessoas. Teremos dois retratos de 20 pessoas, que farão parte desta exposição. No primeiro retrato, o rosto não será identificado, e teremos ao lado da foto uma listagem com as coisas que a pessoa mais gosta. Os visitantes receberão uma cartela em forma de rótulo, onde poderão marcar aqueles que mais gostariam de conhecer por conta destas características. Na segunda sala, teremos os retratos sem esta cobertura, mostrando os retratados como realmente são, além das suas características, como cor da pele, orientação sexual, religião, profissão, etc. A idéia é provocar a Sociedade para que reflita sobre o preconceito. It was always difficult for me to understand our Society, full of preconceptions and labels. Not wanting to know someone because the color of the skin, religion, sexuality, whatever, shouldn’t be so common these days. I decided to provoke the Society to think differently. My intent is to show the conception before the pre(conception). And nothing better than Photography to touch others feelings. This essay is about 20 characters. (40 pictures in total) On the first photograph, the face is covered with a burka (by its own, victim of preconception), so you cannot “judge” what you see. On the side, its characteristics about what you might have in common. The visitors will receive a form with the photographs in numbers, so they may mark whom they would feel like wanting to know in person, according to those personal characteristics. On the second room, the portraits will not have the burka, and the visitor will see its principals characteristics, as religion, color of the skin, sexuality, etc. The idea is to provoke the Society to (re) think its values about all human beings and our relation between each other.


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