Posts Tagged ‘ exhibition ’

Kara Walker’s New Show at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. Was a Sensation Before It Even Opened – Vogue

Kara Walker, Christ’s Entry into Journalism, 2017 Photo: © Kara Walker / Courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York

And it does not disappoint.

Source: Kara Walker’s New Show at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. Was a Sensation Before It Even Opened – Vogue

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Khadija Saye – Dwelling: in this space we breathe

Dwelling: in this space we breathe is a series of wet plate collodion tintypes that explores the migration of traditional Gambian spiritual practices and the deep rooted urge to find solace within a higher power. This series of tintypes were produced with artist, Almudena Romero.

Currently exhibited at the Diaspora Pavilion during the 57th Venice Biennale.
 
Diaspora Pavilion
 

Palazzo Pisani S Marina,

Venice.

13 May – 26 November 2017

Wet plat collodion tintype african spritual portraits

Source: Khadija Saye – Dwelling: in this space we breathe

Eric Fischl Paints the Precariousness of Growing Old

Eric Fischl, “Daddy’s Gone, Girl” (2016), oil on linen, 78 x 107 in

In his new show at Skarstedt, the artist creates confrontations between young, fresh bodies and tired, aging flesh.

Source: Eric Fischl Paints the Precariousness of Growing Old

counterparts, a small group art exhibition | Gallery on the Green in Canton, CT

Counterpartse-card

Exhibition featuring art by

Terry Donsen Feder
Susan Bogle Finnegan
Ruta Parker
Mark C. Snyder

Artists reception on Saturday, June 3, 2017, 6 – 9 p.m.

The Jewish Museum – The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin

This exhibition of contemporary artworks presents photography, video, sculpture, and painting seen through the lens of influential philosopher Walter Benjamin’s magnum opus The Arcades Project.

Source: The Jewish Museum – The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin

VIK MUNIZ EPISTEMES Exhibition FEBRUARY 23 – APRIL 1, 2017 @ SikkemaJenkins&Company

Tears (2SS), Handmade, 2016
Mixed media
41 x 61 inches (104.1 x 154.9 cm), framed
Unique

” . . . What you expect to be a photo isn’t, and what you expect to be an object is a photographic image.” Extending this idea more broadly, Muniz adds, “In a time when everything’s reproducible, the difference between the artwork and its image is all but nonexistent.”

VIK MUNIZ EPISTEMES @ SikkemaJenkins&Company