“BLOW UP: Inflatable Contemporary Art,” an imaginative traveling exhibition of large-scale inflatable works, made its way from the Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek, California to the Jepson Center. “BLOW UP is a showcase of creativity and technology, and each artist has a unique approach to this medium. It will beRead More →

“As in heaven, so on earth”, NOTSchool Kutz Nashville’s spring art season got off to a strong start – Vivienne Flesher’s paintings at Zeitgeist, Benji Anderson’s multimedia exhibit at Elephant and Mary Addison Hackett’s videos at Unrequited Leisure were early season highlights. For the month of May, the Nashville galleryRead More →

Nashville has enjoyed a winter arts calendar filled with highlights. But now it’s officially spring – arguably the busiest arts season of the year – and events on the first Saturday in April are packed with colorful offerings. Vivienne Flescher Wedgewood-Houston For April, The spirit of the times returns toRead More →

QNAP® Systems, Inc. provided Bronze Visual Art with an 8K UHD backup solution dedicated to A New Vision of National Treasures, the documentary film sponsored by the National Palace Museum in 2020. The works documented in A New Vision of National Treasures include the famous Jadeite Cabbage and Meat-Shaped Stone,Read More →

By Charles Giuliano Strict beauty: prints by Sol LeWitt is an irresistible opportunity to immerse yourself in an important aspect of the artist’s work Strict beauty: prints by Sol LeWittat the Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, until June 11. “In conceptual art, the idea or concept is the mostRead More →

Bill Gubbins, From This American carnage at Modfellows Gallery February is only a few days shorter than any other month, but even a few lost sunrises can make the events of the first Saturday in March seem too soon. Thankfully, we’ve been anticipating this month’s events since the end ofRead More →

TEHRAN – President Ebrahim Raisi on Thursday visited an exhibition of the 14th Fajr Visual Arts Festival. Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Mohammad-Mehdi Esmaeili and a number of organizers accompanied Raisi on his visit to “Mirror on the Mirror”, an ongoing festival exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary ArtRead More →

I will remember 2021 as a year of reopenings and looking back. On the former, not only have many museums and galleries reopened after closing for months during the pandemic, but one institution in Balboa Park has unveiled its large, redesigned space. We also lost a local legend just beforeRead More →

M+, one of the world’s largest museums devoted exclusively to modern Asian visual arts, opened in Hong Kong last month. The inverted T-shaped facility, whose name means “museum plus”, would have cost well over $760 million. The 700,000 square foot building, designed by world-renowned Swiss architecture firm Herzog & deRead More →

Museums are important, but what happens outside the museum probably matters much more. Art for the people, by the people, where the people are, is the Guiding force of now. The fourth edition of the Chicago Architecture Biennale, “The Available City”, recognized this by dispersing its interventions throughout the city,Read More →

Boity Thulo (Photo: Gallo) The book In Good Company, by local artist Marc-Gregory, features 32 prolific South Africans who achieved extraordinary greatness. Personalities featured in the book include Ayanda Thabethe, Pearl Thusi, J’Something, Gert-Johan Coetzee, Maps Maponyane and Minnie Dlamini-Jones. In Good Company, the exhibition, is now open in SandtonRead More →

Flux by Jessa Gilber is currently on display at the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre. (Contributed) Altered State by Meagan Oxford is one of three exhibitions presented at the Revelstoke Visual Art Center in September. (Contributed) Sandra Flood’s “Inspired by Degas” collection explores movement and the human form for the dancersRead More →

A page from the ‘Big Hero 101’ comic book by Open Door artist JD Hirst, whose works are featured in the exhibition at the Carnegie Gallery. Credit: Courtesy of JD Hirst Vivid colors, intricate narratives and detailed drawings characterize “THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL”, the latest art exhibition toRead More →

Pittview, Paul Roden Downtown Paul Rodon is a former Nashvillian who now lives and operates his art studio in the heart of the Rust Belt revival in Andy Warhol’s hometown of Pittsburgh. Roden draws and paints, and he spent years as an engraver with a characteristic style heavily influenced byRead More →

LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Louisville Visual Art (LVA) is thrilled to announce a new program to support from Louisville artists, curators and organizations by placing original works of art in accessible spaces in local non-profit and civic buildings. Curate Purchase Inspire (CPI) is a tremendous opportunity toRead More →

Some of the most ambitious local programming derailed by the pandemic was originally planned in conjunction with the Feminist Art Coalition. The brainchild of BAMPFA curator Apsara DiQuinzio, this consortium grew out of the 2016 presidential election and the 2017 Women’s March, ultimately involving more than 100 arts organizations acrossRead More →