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15 Emerging European Artists On The Rise...
15 Emerging European artists who are redefining the norm in the region. Featuring rising artists with their profile and works....

November 22, 2019

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Art Buyer's Guide: Buying Paintings vs Drawings...
This art buyer's guide shares key differences and strategic considerations between buying a painting versus buying a drawing from a buyer’s perspective....

October 30, 2019

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Still Happening: Gender Inequality in Art...
A place from which to continue the conversation regarding gender inequality in the arts is to acknowledge that this has been, and remains to be an international issue. Despite oppositions, artists and organizations have inspiring and well-documented histories of working with resilience through such inequalities. This article does not attempt to fully address the massive issue of gender inequality on an international scale but rather seeks to provide a glimpse into the current news around this topic as well as examples of artists who are forging forward and making a dent. Last month, the New York Times reported the astonishing yet not surprising finding that a mere 11% of museum acquisitions were of artworks created by artists who identified as women. Since the release of this article, a necessary discussion has (re)occurred once again acknowledging the issue of inequality in the arts. The organization “National Museum of Women in the Arts,” based in Washington DC provides resources and guides for fixing the gender gap that has long existed in the arts. On the NMWA website are sources to consult for education, leadership and the art market, among others. Of this, the organization’s mission is to empower female artists with the resource of information. Furthermore, significant U.S. based feminist artist Judy Chicago recently has been acknowledged for the significant impact she has made to art history with decades of influential art through fighting the erasure of female artists such as herself.  ...

October 25, 2019

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Bangkok Art Biennale: A Round Up...
This year marks the first edition of the Bangkok Biennale. On show from 19 October to 3 February 2019 this event will take place in twenty venues across Bangkok showcasing two hundred works....

November 30, 2018

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"Catastrophe and the Power of Art" at the Mori Art Museum...
The works on view focus on the significant challenges that have impacted the world on a global scale--with particular focus on events that have taken place over the last two decades....

October 30, 2018

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Reflections on Art Jakarta 2018...
This edition marked the ten year anniversary of the art fair, which has actively contributed to the exposure and promotion of Indonesian art dramatically since its inception....

August 11, 2018

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Yayoi Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow On At Museum MACAN...
Yayoi Kusama’s latest exhibition “Life is the Heart of a Rainbow” is currently installed at Museum MACAN in Jakarta, Indonesia. The works on view are apart of one of the largest surveys of work of the contemporary artist Kusama. An impressive seventy years of works will be included, which are represented in over one hundred thirty works. She is best known for her polka dot series which encompass mediums of paintings, print, installation and sculpture, among others. The works evidence large intervals of time and an accumulation of a life’s work, with a beautiful view of the world, that does not waiver but only seems to get more interesting with time. ...

May 30, 2018

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"Invisible Cities" On View At Mori Art Museum...
“Invisible Cities” is an exhibition of the works of Lee Bul, Jagannath Panda, and Kurokawa Kisho. These three artists work with fantasy and architecture that describe an imagined post-human future. The notion of post-human is suggestive that through human absence, there is still a large presence from the past.  ...

May 30, 2018

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Apichatpong Weerasethakul: The Serenity of Madness On View at OKCMOA...
Thailand-based contemporary multimedia artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul recently opened his new exhibition “The Serenity of Madness” at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art....

April 10, 2018

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Anticipations Of A Post-Human Age At Art Tower Mito Contemporary Art Gallery...
Currently on view at Art Tower Mito Contemporary Art Gallery is the exhibition ‘Hello World- For the Post-Human Age.’ The gallery is located in downtown Mito, of the Ibaraki Prefecture of Japan, which is just a short ride away from Tokyo via JR local express train. The exhibition will remain on view until May 6, 2018. This exhibition includes 8 artists and pairs working in new mediums to discuss the body and technology in present and future potentials. The selected works on view speak of a moment which is now; between the past understanding of place, and the future projections of anticipated outcomes. The position varies within the artists works and covers a broad range of emotions: speculative, hopeful, nebulous, critical, among others. ...

April 02, 2018

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