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Future Forest – Tom Pipper/Lisa Wright

Future Forest – Tom Pipper/Lisa Wright

Future Forest

Thetford Forest – Until Aug 31, 2020 Brandon (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

Future Forest, developed as part of Forestry England’s centenary celebrations in 2019. Is a dramatic sculptural installation designed by artistic director Tom Piper MBE. And presents life-size sculptural figures created by the internationally renowned artist Lisa Wright.

The artists present the characters as the guardians of the forest. Responsible for protecting it for the benefit of future generations. They illustrate the vital role that trees play. Woods in the safeguard of the future of our planet. Their juvenile shapes align them with the next generation. Whose role must be to continue to protect our forests.

“This sculpture journey will stop visitors to the Thetford forest on their tracks. Both for the beauty of the characters and for the drama that the installations bring to the landscape. ” PK Khaira-Creswell, Director of the Centennial Program of the Forestry Commission.

 

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Greg Miller – Online

Greg Miller – Online

Greg Miller – Online Exhibition

JoAnne Artman Gallery – Until July 31, 2020 New-York (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

The JoAnne Artman Gallery is pleased to present “CAVE PAINTER”. An exclusive online exhibit showcasing the works of Greg Miller.

A self-proclaimed “contemporary rock painter”. The Miller process is steeped in all aspects of culture. Art. Architecture and images that surround it. Combining his paintings with elements found on the surface of his paintings and panels. It addresses both the history of art and the ephemeral nature of cultural ephemera and collective memory.

In a mixed media approach. Which links the pictorial narrative and the societal documentation of a cave painter with his own Californian roots. Miller creates tangible visual stories through his compositions. “I continue to explore my relationship with the space I live in to communicate a particular experience,” says Miller. “I continue to appropriate myself, to work with painting and collage. Also, explore the contradiction. The ambiguity and the truth between the urban landscape and history. ”

 

Greg Miller - Online

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Joe Fig – Sep 1 to Oct 17 NYC

Joe Fig – Sep 1 to Oct 17 NYC

Joe Fig

Cristin Tierney Gallery – Sep 01 to Oct 17, 2020 New-York (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

Galerie Cristin Tierney is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Joe Fig. Entitled Contemplation. It opens on September 1 and continues until Saturday October 17.

Contemplation tables present versions of the same scene. People who look at art. Some are in galleries. Others in museums. The parameters cover the whole range. Crowded blockbusters where visitors gain importance. To the calm and intimate portraits of an individual completely absorbed by a work of art. Begun in 2016, the series illustrates many exhibitions of the last years. The exhibition chronicles the artist’s travels across the country.

Contemplation.

When we contemplate a work of art. We break it down into its elements. Evaluate what we see and form opinions. We consider what is communicated. Contemplation is something that artists constantly do. When they do something, artists often stop to step back. Look and think. Far from being passive, contemplation is a charged action. It is as intrinsic to the creative process as the actual physical work of making an object. As Fig says, “It is in this moment of apparent inactivity where the artist works the hardest.”

 

Joe Fig Artists | Cristin TierneyJoe Fig: Contemplation

Galerie Cristin Tierney219 Bowery, Floor 2 New York, NY 10002

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Body Performance Online

Body Performance Online

Body Performance

Museum für Fotografie – June 25 to Sept 20, 2020 Berlin (Germany)

 

 

 

 

 

In the Helmut Newton Stiftung of the Museum für Fotografie in Berlin. The exhibition “Body Performance” presents works by Vanessa Beecroft. Yang Fudong. Inez & Vinoodh. Jürgen Klauke. Robert Longo. Robert Mapplethorpe. Helmut Newton. Barbara Probst. Viviane Sassen. Cindy Sherman. Bernd Uhlig and Erwin Wurm.

For the first time in Germany. This group exhibition brings together photographic sequences whose origins lie in the art of performance. Dance and other events staged. Complemented by a selection of street photography and conceptual photography series. With their common focus on the human body. The images document or interpret performances. Which in many cases have also been initiated by the photographers themselves.

 

Museum für Fotografie – Jebensstrasse 2 Charlottenburg – Berlin, Germany 10623

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Congo & Jackson Pollock

Congo & Jackson Pollock

Congo & Jackson Pollock

Shin Gallery – Jul 16 to Aug 23, 2020 New-York (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

The Shin Gallery is pleased to present works on paper by Congo and Jackson Pollock. At the summit of abstract expressionism. The two artists have acquired immense international renown for their non-figurative and avant-garde action pieces. The exhibition aims to recognize their heritage by focusing on the Congo. A chimpanzee who explored the limits of abstraction just like his contemporary Jackson Pollock.

Desmond Morris

Born in 1954, the Congo chimp has become famous for its symmetrical patterns. And its distinctive gestural approach. His artistic career began at the age of two. When the zoologist, author and surrealist painter Desmond Morris offered the Congo a pencil. Shortly after, Morris discovered that the chimpanzee could draw circles. Summarize the structure of the composition. Congo was attentive to the complementary tones and hues. Colors instinctively juxtaposed to demonstrate balance in his work. Similar to the symbolic pieces “freely scribbled” by Cy Twombly. The Congo communicated a unique pictorial language through expressive drawings and paintings.

 

Shin Gallery – 322 Grand Street Lower East Side – New York, NY, USA 10002

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Margaret Ackland Online

Margaret Ackland Online

Margaret Ackland

Flinders Lane Gallery – Melbourne ( Australia)

“Exhibition Online”

 

 

 

 

 

The closure of 2020 had a dramatic effect on life in Australia. No one was spared the upheavals. In everyday life that has changed the way we live. To shop. To socialize and work.

This massive change in the mundane was captured in watercolor by artist Margaret Ackland. The Sydney-based painter has partnered with Melbourne’s Flinders Lane Gallery for an online exhibit called Social Distancing. A series of works in progress that literally paint a picture of life in the past six weeks.

Watercolors

The placid watercolors feel out of place. A feeling that many of us can feel right now. The figurative works represent scenes that have become familiar views. But next to the paintings of sealed playgrounds. Supermarket staff disinfect the carts. The baskets The 1.5 m floor markings are more domestic everyday scenes. Pendant reflecting the daily life of Ackland closures.

 

«Social Distancing # 3 - Stay Apart», Margaret Ackland 2020, «Heros», Margaret Ackland 2020The New Normal

Galerie Flinders Lane Online : https://www.flg.com.au/exhibition/social-distancing

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Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Online

Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Online

Thyssen-Bornemisza

Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza Online, Madrid (Spain)

 

 

 

 

 

Visit the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum website. Then take an immersive virtual tour of the museum while it remains closed. You can also enjoy one of its most recent temporary exhibitions. “Rembrandt and Amsterdam portraiture, 1590-1670”. An impressive collection of 80 paintings that have never been seen in Spain.

 Edward Hopper’s “Hotel Room”.

The collection is generally strong in German art of all kinds. With several expressionist rooms. Powerful works by Emil Nolde. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Otto Dix. Max Beckmann and the artists of the Blue Rider group Franz Marc and Kandinsky. Are also present. On the ground floor, some more familiar modern masters. Pointing. Mondrian. Klee. Max Ernst and Picasso (in the form of his “ Man with the clarinet ” from 1911). The last chambers focus on the United States. With a fabulous Georgia O’Keeffe, “New York with Moon”. Plus “Hotel Room” by Edward Hopper. Robert Rauschenberg from 1963 “Express”. “Large Interior, Paddington” by Lucian Freud. A former David Hockney, “In Memoriam Cecchino Bracci”. And “The Greek from Smyrna” by Ronald Kitaj are also on display.

 

Thyssen-Bornemisza Online

Edward Hopper

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Lucian Freud

rembrandt madrid

Rembrandt and Amsterdam portraiture

 

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The New Black Vanguard – Online

The New Black Vanguard – Online

The New Black Vanguard

Bunjil Place – Until Sept 2020, Melbourne (Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

Photo 2020 brings together 15 emerging and established black photographers to explore beauty, race and gender.

Bunjil Place is currently closed but you can still enjoy The New Black Vanguard through a virtual tour. You can explore the tour at your own pace. Select highlights or get a quick overview of the exhibit. The online visit will be available until September 2020.

15 Online Photographers.

With photographers from London to Lagos. The exhibition challenges the idea of darkness as homogeneous. And explore ideas around beauty. Race and gender.

 

The New Black Vanguard

Dana Scruggs

Dana Scruggs

Antwaun Sargent

Jamal Nxedlana,

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Keith Haring – Basquiat ONLINE

Keith Haring – Basquiat ONLINE

Keith Haring – Jean-Michel Basquiat 

Due to the current epidemic, you can find the virtual tour for an indefinite period. The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) – Melbourne (Australia)

 

 

 

 

Yhe NGV has announced that virtual tours.  E-books, online galleries and children’s activities are available online. In addition to the gallery’s already large collection (which includes 75,000 works, 90% of which are are available online).

Visitors Who Missed Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat. Crossing Lines and Kaws. Companionship in the Age of Loneliness (an exhibition title that seems far too real now) is in luck. With the gallery announcing that both exhibitions. Are available as online tours. Free virtual tours are led by a curator. Giving those who may. Or may not have seen the exhibitions a new perspective.

 

Keith Haring - Jean-Michel Basquiat ONLINEPortraits Croisés : Keith Haring et Jean-Michel Basquiat à la NGV ...Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat | NGV

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Maria Svarbova – June 15 to 31 Jully

Maria Svarbova – June 15 to 31 Jully

Maria Svarbova

Gilman Contemporary – June 15 to 31 Jully, 2020 Ketchum, Idaho (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

Gilman Contemporary presents Maria Svarbova-Yesterday’s Future. The exhibition will present 20 photographs. Including works from his famous Swimming Pool series. The exhibition will present photographs of the famous swimming pool by Slovak artist Maria Svarbova. And will include works from the most recent Lost in the Valley. Playing from June 15 to July 30.

From his Swimming Pool series in 2014. Svarbova created an instantly recognizable aesthetic. The swimming pool is supported by public spaces. Built in the socialist era and explores space. The color and the atmosphere. Each image carefully orchestrated. Illustrates Maria’s vision of humanity in the public sphere. The scenes are filled with modern freshness. Which highlights the depth and range of its creative palette.

Slovak architecture.

Svarbova has gone beyond Slovak architecture with its swimming pools. But his work remains separate. In her series Lost in the Valley, she applied her signature aesthetic to the arid landscape of Death Valley. These cinematographic images are dreamlike. The models seem frozen in time. But the work has a silent, modern and fresh tension.

In 2018, Svarbova was recognized as a Hasselblad master. Her work has been featured in publications ranging from CNN and The Guardian to Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue.

 

Maria SvarbovaOrigins, l'armée de nageuses de Maria Svarbova | Photographie ...

Gilman Contemporary661 Sun Valley Road Ketchum, Idaho 83340 (USA)

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