Invoking the people in a call to power, Patti Smith’s CIRCA commission continues with a specially recorded performance of ‘People Have The Power’ and ‘Grateful’ recorded especially by the artist in New York:
A special New Year’s Eve event featuring Anne Imhof and Patti Smith will be broadcast on FAD & CIRCA
When considered amongst gargantuan international art fairs, like last months Frieze or next months Miami Art Basel, Abu Dhabi Art… Read More
TJ Boulting is to present its summer group show today, where several leading independent art and photobook publishers have been invited to curate the work of artists and photographers of interest to them.
The Cartier Foundation Launches New Exhibition Programme Today
Yoko Ono confirms the first of her line-up as curator of Meltdown 2013, the 20th anniversary of the festival
Siouxsie, Kim Gordon, Reggie Watts, YOKO ONO PLASTIC ONO BAND, Iggy and the Stooges, Immortal Technique, Patti Smith, Savages, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Marianne Faithfull and Bill Frisell, Cibo Matto, Peaches and Boy George
Robert Mapplethorpe, Frogs, 1984 © Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Used by permission To include a perfomance by Patti Smith Alison Jacques… Read More
art news Jonas Mekas A Few Things I want to Share with you, my Paris Friends Review by Maxim Northover
Close to Maison de la Poesie on rue Quincampoix, a still modest street of galleries in Paris, is the agnès b Gallery du Jour. Often overlooked for her sincere contribution as a curator agnès b. (fashion designer for the modern, European homme et femme) demonstrates a classically Parisian flexibility when it comes to multi-métier activities. Suitably so, Jonas Mekas exhibits works of poetry, video, sound recordings, stills, installation and artifacts all seamlessly conversing with one another. Mekas still lives the avant-garde, and is still largely impoverished due to his un-wavering commitment. His notes on the gallery walls are a poet’s monologue.
“Our culture has become something that is completely and utterly in love with its present. It’s become a notion of… Read More