Posts Tagged ‘ art exhibition ’

Yoko Ono, More Urgent Than Ever

Yoko Ono, “Eyeblink (Fluxfilm no. 9)” (1966), 16mm black-and-white silent film, projected on the I.M. Pei-designed Everson Museum building, Syracuse, New York, October 2019 (photo by the author for Hyperallergic)

At the Everson Museum in upstate New York, a mini-retrospective highlights the timeliness of the artist’s enduring humanistic and nature-focused themes.

Source: Yoko Ono, More Urgent Than Ever

As Dakota Access Pipeline Leaks, Native Artists Examine Contested Landscapes

Detail of Nicholas Galanin, “God Complex” (2016), mixed materials, dimensions vary (courtesy Radiator Arts)

In My Country Tis of Thy People, You’re Dying, artists grapple with forcible resource extraction on indigenous lands.

Source: As Dakota Access Pipeline Leaks, Native Artists Examine Contested Landscapes

River Crossings | Contemporary Art Comes Home

River Crossings | Contemporary Art Comes Home.

“Objects and Ideas” Curated by Bob Calafiore – 2.12.15 – 3.14.15 Five Points Gallery

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Torre Di Vetro, Due, Unique C-Print, 40″x30″, Robert Calafiore

Five Points Gallery

Gagosian Gallery in London presents a group of four tapestries by Gerhard Richter

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Gerhard Richter, MUSA, 2009, Jacquard woven
108 11/16 x 148 131/6 inches (rolled)

Gagosian Gallery London — Richter

 

The Black Mirror: Curated by James Welling and Diane Rosenstein / Diane Rosenstein Fine Arts


Matthew Brandt,”F416880692 B,”
Unique Polaroid (Negative), 2012

Diane Rosenstein Fine Arts.

Matthew Brandt, Big Bear, CA A1, 2012

Matthew Brandt, Big Bear, CA A1, 2012

WATER WORKS: MATTHEW BRANDT’S EXPERIMENTAL LANDSCAPES / New Yorker Photo Booth

Curator, Sherry Buckberrough Examines the Historic Contribution of Women in Modern and Contemporary Art / ARTES MAGAZINE

Ellen Carry, Self Portrait (1986). With permission, the artist

Curator, Sherry Buckberrough Examines the Historic Contribution of Women in Modern and Contemporary Art | ARTES MAGAZINE.

Mira Schor’s Verbal Expression Through A Visual Medium (Slide Show)

Egyptian Figure, 2010

Mira Schor Exhibition, Los Angeles

Yoko Ono’s “Das Gift” Exhibition / Haunch of Venison, Berlin / More Intelligent Life

A GIFT FOR BERLIN | More Intelligent Life.

You really don’t have to struggle so much,” she said with a convincing smile. “Each one of us is so beautiful. So we’ll make it.”  ~ Yoko Ono

Ethan Boisvert / “Me and My Painting”

Me and My Painting (2010)

Open Studios of New Haven Group Exhibition Week 2
Tuesday, September 28th, 12:00PM
A-Space, West Cove Studios, 30 Elm Street, West Haven, CT