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Frye Art Museum: Stephan Fisher: Chimeras
In his work, the artist deals with illusion and the play of light and shadow on a dizzy array of objects, which are often grouped on reflective surfaces that dissolve the boundries between the object and its setting. Patterns created by floor tile...
Museum of Fine Art, Houston: Vernon Fisher's File OO
In a file marked '00' and in other archives, Fisher accumulates
source material that consists of photographs from magazines or
newspapers; maps, charts, and diagrams torn from scienti...
Florence Lynch Gallery: Craig Fisher: Paintings
As Maurice Fréchuret (Director of the CAPC Museum, Bordeaux, France) writes,
"For Craig Fisher, the space of the canvas cannot be defined in an
unequivocal way. Rather, it is simultaneously a surface on which his
artistic ends are rigorously an...
International Quilt Festival - Geo. R. Brown Convetion Center: Mary Fisher: Abataka
Abataka is a collection of twenty-three quilts sewn by Fisher after a visit to the African nation of Ruwanda where she witnessed “suffering added to suffering, death heaped atop death.” Abtataka is a pan-African term for family, tribe, or communi...
Brooklyn Museum of Art: Passages: Photographs in Africa by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher
Among the images in the exhibition
are coming of age ceremonies for Maasai boys in Kenya and Krobo girls in
Ghana; an extraordinary stick fight for brides among the Surma of
southwestern Ethiopia; and wedding adornment for Himba brides in
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art: Naomi Fisher: Clear Cut
Fisher's "ladies," as she calls them, are drawn from characters imagined or inspired by horror films, feminist literature, music, mythology, and art history. Her tough-girl images reflect a shift in the representation of women in today's culture...
Mark Moore Gallery: New Paintings by Vernon Fisher
A mixture of factualitys, personal reflection and prognostication, memories and ruminations, which face the problem of navigating meaning in the world, often with a self-depreciating humor, Fishers constant invention keep ones attention locked in...
Association of Photographers Gallery: 7 - Seven Incredible Photographers
AOP members Marcus Lyon, Julie Fisher, Luc Beziat, Roger Hutchings, Dod Miller, Andy Wilson and Matthew Stuart have brought together some of their most thought provoking and stunning Black and White images.
In ‘7’ Roger Hutchings lifts the ...
Xlibris: My Healing Journey : Darla Fisher-Odjig's New Book
View more of Darla Fisher-Odjig's work in her Portfolio at absolutearts.com http://www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/o/odjig/.
In the book of poetry and prose, Fisher-Odjig h...
Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology: Gifting and Feasting in the Northwest Coast Potlatch
Monash Gallery: RE-TAKE : Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Photography
Australian Center for Photography: PHOTO TECHNICA AWARD for NEW AUSTRALIAN PHOTO-ARTIST of the YEAR
This year's judges will be Isobel Crombie, Senior Curator of Photography, National Gallery of Victoria, Jonathan Morris, Publisher, 3D World Publishing and Alasdair Foster, Director, Australian Centre for Photography.
Artists included are:
South Australian Museum: Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize
The Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize is Australia’s richest prize for natural history art and has quickly become one of Australia’s most prestigious art competitions since its inception in 2003. It promotes and recognises excellence in art tha...
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Ed Ruscha
This retrospective has been co-curated by the Hirshhorn's former Assistan
Director for Art and Public Programs Neal Benezra, now with the Art Institute of Chicago, and Kerry Brougher, Director of the Museum of Modern Art in
Oxford, England. Afte...
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago: Ed Ruscha
The show will consist of approximately sixty paintings,
twenty-five drawings, and several books
This exhibition is coordinated by Manilow Senior Curator Francesco Bonami.
This exhibition has been organized by the Hirshh...
Colville Place Gallery: Kerry John Andrews
As an inter-disciplinary digital artist and composer, Andrews current practice is focused upon constructing work that has no single medium, but transfers ideas across forms and languages, creating pieces that reside outside their physical forms...
MoMA QNS: Kiki Smith: Prints, Books & Things
Smith's passion for paper inspires her creative approaches to printmaking
and reinforces the importance of this aspect of her work. A catalogue with
numerous original interventions by the artist accompanies the exhibition.
Organized by Wendy We...
Visual Art League: Funding for Visual Online Experiments
See an example at:
The Visual Arts League began 7 years ago. There have been many
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery: Makeover: Paintings by Seven Pacific Rim Artists
The artists in MAKEOVER display an awareness of the history of painting and the self consciousness that Modernism delivered to all art making, yet this is no longer the loaded device it once was. The strict adherence to oppositional positions with...
Fusebox: Jason Gubbiotti: New Ways of Living
The characteristic bubbles and clouds of color that scudded across Gubbiotti’s luscious surfaces have morphed into crisp-edged, angular shapes reminiscent of the aerial outlines of buildings, architectural footprints for connecting rooms, walkways...
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: Pictures in Private: British Portraiture in Domestic Spaces, 1680-1830
Rather than the narrative painting celebrated on the Continent, portraiture
was the most popular genre of art in eighteenth-century Britain. Collectors
displayed not only large-scale painted portraits, but also portrait prints,
drawings, and m...
Frick Collection: Constable's Salisbury Cathedral: Two Versions Reunited
Art Gallery of South Australia: Painting Forever: Tony Tuckson
Tony Tuckson held only two solo exhibitions towards the end of his life. His private devotion to his art and his openness to the art of others was such that this restricted painterly career produced some of the greatest expressionist painting in ...
Woman Made Gallery: 8th International Open: Diversity and Spirit - Works by 50 US and International Women
Warren continues, "The number of entries made the competition to be in the exhibition very tight; I unfortunately was faced with very tough decisions and must say that I admired many of the artists' submissions that could not be included, because ...
George Billis Gallery, L.A.: Summer Salon: Paintings and Photographs by Gallery Artists
The Summer Salon will highlight the work of artists new to the gallery, as well as recent work by painters and photographers the gallery has exhibited since opening in September of last year.
The works on view will demonstrate the diverse style...
Frye Art Museum: The Perception of Appearance: A Decade of Contemporary American Figure Drawing
The scope of subject matter extends from nudes to narrative, while styles range from spontaneous to painstaking renderings. The wide range of movements, linear rhythms, and points of view depicted with technical virtuosity and extraordinary draugh...
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Star Wars: The Magic of Myth
The exhibition was organized by the Smithsonian Institution
Traveling Exhibitions Service. All artifacts in the exhibition are on
loan from the archives ...
198 Gallery: Trauma and Art - The Hidden Scars
As part of Refugee Week 2006, Trauma and Art: The Hidden Scars presents Everlyn Nicodemus’s body of work, which promotes an extended approach to the notion of trauma, as well as encouraging a better understanding of the impact of individual and cu...
Baltimore Museum of Art: Picasso: Portrait and Figure
Picassos knowledge of the classical figure is evident in a number of finely rendered pen drawings from
1904-1905, drawn in contour without modeling. Gradually, through his study of Iberian sculpture and the
influence of Cezanne, Picasso began ...
ANDLAB: VULNERABLE: Peter Liashkov, Susan Rankaitis
Liashkov's large scale, iconic nudes are executed in charcoal, crayon, acrylic, pastel, oil, and metallic powders and pigments on a surface called Synskin. The vellum-like translucent fiberglass has flesh-like properties that are especially well s...
China Art Archives and Warehouse: Misleading Trails: Enrique Chagoya, Xie Xiaoze, Hai Bo, Dan Mills, Hong Hao, Ai Weiwei, Vernon Fisher
“Misleading Trails” in Multiple Perspectives
(from the introductory essay by Xie Xiaoze)
In the spring of 2003, Dan Mills and I came to Beijing for a project called “Rebirth: Chinese Contemporary Art from China and America” and we visi...
Visual Arts League at Johnson Med. School-Univ. of Med. and Dent.: 3 Americas! Brings Together Works from the Western Hemisphere
We will get a fresh concept of America by looking
at these faces and figures from all over the great strip of
Box Heart Gallery: The 10th Annual Sacred Art Exhibition
Artists participating in the exhibition are:
Alleman, Carol - Sculpture - Arizona
Almarza, Alberto - Painting - Chili
Blondell, Tina - Painting - Minnesota
Catale, Sharon - Textile, Mixed Media - Pennsylvania
Gallery 218: After Duchamp: 23 Works of Art from US Artists
The "players" or Artists exhibiting (in no particular order, of course) are: Elaine Fisher, (MA), Florence Alfano McEwin (WY), Thomas Kovacich (WI), George Jones V.(WI), Fred Stein (WI), Ron Koehler (MS), Carl S. Richards (MA), Jean Sobon (WI), He...
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: MAKING: Unique Installations Created by 5 Art Schools
MAKING is intended to bring the interests, perspectives, and insights of L.A.’s next generation of artists to museum audiences, as the artists examine the dynamics of art making through collaborative projects. The four large-scale installations el...
Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College: First-year graduate students curate exhibitions: I Need You To Be There, Angles of Incidence, and The Volatile Real
The three exhibitions, I Need You To Be There, Angles of Incidence, and The Volatile Real were conceived in collaboration between curatorial teams of first-year graduate students and visiting curator, Maria Hlavajova, artistic director of the Bega...
Yale Center for British Art: Cooking the Books: Ron King and Circle Press
The Yale Center for British Art now holds a complete set of the works of Circle Press and is celebrating that event with the exhibition Cooking the Books: Ron King and Circle Press. The retrospective has been organized by Elisabeth Fairman, Curat...
Waiheke Community Art Gallery: 'Sound Pool' Wins NZ$10,000 Sculpture Award at Sculpture on the Gulf
New Zealand’s premier sculpture award has gone to 31-year-old installation artist Lyndal Jefferies.
Jefferies' piece The Cymatic Field - a vibrating 'sound pool' on a 3.5m sq tank of polished stainless steel - won the Waiheke artist $10,000.
Orleans House Gallery: Eloquent Visions: Outsider and Visionary Art
Eloquent Visions is again collaboration between Orleans House Gallery and the Henry Boxer Gallery in Richmond, the leading UK gallery of its kind.
Henry Boxer, who co-curates the exhibition with Mark De Novellis states: "Over the last decade...
Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsquartier: Yinka Shonibare: Entertaining, Seducing, Provoking,
Born in London in 1962, raised in Lagos, to later return to London, Yinka Shonibare tends to describe himself as a
“post-colonial hybrid” and perhaps can be considered as an example of the increasing hybridization of unambiguous
cultural or na...
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