5 exhibitions to see in the early weeks of May.
The School for Curatorial Studies Venice is back with the project ‘Whatever it takes’ — a three-day barter market. Visitors will be able to secure the exhibited artworks at one condition: no money is allowed.
A warped bench, virtual reality, algorithms, Picasso and camouflaged paintings.
The Showroom presents IN·FLO·RES·CENCE – collision of art and music to explore the socio-political power of jazz
The Showroom, a contemporary art space based in London, teamed up with Filmmaker Producer Reece Ewing to present IN·FLO·RES·CENCE – a major new project which sees 12 musicians from across the globe create new compositions in response to daily life during the pandemic.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see iN London include Horses, hands, penises, London, zombies and miniatures.
Wealth inequality, India, isolation, a grotesque London and three Queens.
UNTITLED,ART has been extended through Sunday, August 9th . Powered by Artland it bills itself as
“the world’s first virtual reality art fair, constructed with the latest advancements in cutting-edge technology to provide a fully immersive and interactive digital experience as never before seen in the art world.”
The Top 5 Exhibitions to see in London this Summer include Isolation, energy, birth, Rembrandt and masculinity.
Christopher Green is an artist based in Cornwall. He works with painting, books, and installations, conversing with domestic objects in creative ways.
Today’s guest is Silvia Mariotti, Italian artist working with photography, sculpture, and video. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Mariotti researches the habitat surrounding us, identifying the linkages between artificial and natural.
Liv Schulman (b. 1985, Buenos Aires, Argentina), is a multidisciplinary artist, working between video and performance art. She is the winner of the 20th Prize Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, awarded on the occasion of the exhibition The Twentieth Fondation d’entreprise Ricard Prize, curated by Neïl Beloufa in September 2018. She currently lives and works in Paris,
Today we hear from Tereza Cervenova, Slovakia-born photographer, now living and working in London (UK). She received her BA in Photography from Middlesex University in 2014 and her MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London in 2018.
On the occasion of Anna Fox’s participation in the specially curated online exhibition In Sickness and in Health: Heather Agyepong, Anna Fox and Jo Spence (James Hyman Gallery), I managed to sit down with Anna Fix and ask her some questions.
This week I interview Daina Taimina, a Latvian mathematician, math historian, and artist. Born in Riga, Taimina is currently an Associate Professor at Cornell University in the US, where she uses crocheted models to teach hyperbolic geometry
UNTITLED, ART and Artland look to create the world’s first virtual reality art fair, constructed with the latest advancements in cutting-edge technology to provide a fully immersive and interactive digital experience.
Today we hear from Sara Piccinini, the senior coordinator of Collezione Maramotti. She reflects on the present (and future) of the Collection amidst these particular times, as well as talking about all the different projects the public collection has put in place to support its artists.