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Olivia Bax – Off Grid

Olivia Bax – Off Grid

Olivia Bax – Off Grid

Cross Lane Projects -Oct 31 to Dec 12, 2020 Kendal (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

Cross Lane Projects is proud to present a solo exhibition of new works by Olivia Bax. Winner of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award 2019/20.

Bax is known to use materials such as steel. Roasting and generated pulp. Made up of discarded newspapers and shipwrecked household paint. She is guided by an interest in the process. The physicality of the construction. This is evident in the material she uses. As well as in the visual language and the form of his sculptures. The texture speaks of the history of the work. Revealing the process of formation of works.

“Off Grid” consists of large-scale ground sculptures. Suspended and mural. Each individual section has been drawn. Trained and dressed to play a unique role in the series.

Mark Tanner Sculpture Award (MTSA)

This exhibition has been developed over the past year by the London-based artist. 17th recipient of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award (MTSA). The MTSA is one of the most important awards for emerging British artists working in the field of sculpture. It seeks to reward exceptional practices. Innovative. With a particular interest in work that demonstrates a commitment to the process or sensitivity to the material.

 

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Cross Lane Projects→ https://www.crosslaneprojects.com/

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Hiromi Tango – Sydney

Hiromi Tango – Sydney

Hiromi Tango

Sullivan and Strumpf Gallery – Until Oct 3, 2020 Sydney (Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

Dive into spring with this colorful new exhibition from the inspiring Japanese-Australian artist.
As we gradually dust off the winter blues and dive into the joys of spring. We strive to adopt bright colors. Especially after months spent mostly indoors. Japanese-Australian artist Hiromi Tango got it.

Her latest show, New Now, which opens at the Sullivan + Strumpf Gallery on September 3. Presents a kaleidoscopic collection of sculptures. Drawings and paintings in red fuchsia. Emerald green and soft pastel swirls. He also recognizes that the toll distance from loved ones is taking us over. First, his hometown of Tweed Heads was engulfed by bushfires over the New Year. Now international borders are closed. Cutting her off from her aging parents in Japan. Rather than delving into sadness, magnificent works embrace a brighter future.

 

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Sullivan and Strumpf → 799 Elizabeth St, Zetland NSW 2017, Australia

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Ai-Da The ROBOT ARTIST

Ai-Da The ROBOT ARTIST

Ai-Da Robot ‘Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?’

Annka Kultys Gallery – Sept 10 to Oct 10, 2020 London (UK)

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Annka Kultys Gallery celebrates its fifth anniversary with “Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?”. A revolutionary first trade exhibition on the work of an artificially intelligent artist. The exhibition builds on the world’s first gallery performance by a robotic artist to showcase recent works by Ai-Da. The custom-made life-size humanoid robot artist. Much broader in aspiration than the mere imitation of a human artist. Ai-Da includes an ethical arts project. Intended to highlight the beneficial and creative uses of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in contemporary art. While simultaneously providing a vehicle to explore the multifaceted challenges facing scenic capitalism.

Aidan Meller.

Like global warming. The unprecedented extinctions of species. Drug crises. The precariousness of most of the jobs created by today’s huge liquid global capital flows. The supranational business practices that accompany them. The project nevertheless manifests itself through the eponymous robot, Ai-Da. Described by its creator, Aidan Meller, as the “world’s first ultra-realistic artist robot”. Which is of course also a work of art in itself.

 

Ai-Da The ROBOT ARTIST

Website ⇒ http://www.annkakultys.com/

 

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Alain Lame Online

Alain Lame Online

Alain Lame

Online Art Gallery HappenArt- August 28, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

Alain Lame is a visual artist born in Paris. He studied at the Louvre school.
He grew up in the 1980s and was inspired by the artistic atmosphere of the time. The 1980s were an era of growing global capitalism. Global political upheavals. Mass media. Unique wealth and music and fashion differences. All of this characterized by hip hop. Electronic pop music. This had a strong impact on the generation of artists that grew up during this time. The fall of the Berlin Wall at the end of the decade meant the end of the Cold War.

Alain, meanwhile, was studying influential art movements. They understood Neo Geo. The Pictures Generation and neo-expressionism. All these movements have taken a particular hold in Germany, France and Italy. Artists like Anselm Kiefer; Jörg Immendorf. Enzo Cucchi. Francesco Clemente and Julian Schnabel were key artists working during this period. Today, the online HappenArt Gallery presents a retrospective of the painter Alain lame, inspired by his time and by his numerous artist friends.

 

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Dona Ann McAdams – Until Nov 14

Dona Ann McAdams – Until Nov 14

Dona Ann McAdams

Helen Day Art Center – Until Nov 2014, 2020 Stowe (USA)

Open to the public for in-person consultation by appointment as of August 3, 2020.

 

 

 

 

Forty photographs of his expansive work over the past forty years. Presenting essential documentation of avant-garde performance. And queer liberation scenes in New York in the 80s and 90s. Human in situ portraits of people with cognitive disabilities. Cloistered nuns. Hot walkers at the running track. Appalachians, and farmers. As well as bright photos of horses, oxen, goats.

In the mid-1970s. McAdams was inspired by her friendship with civil rights icon Harvey Milk to use her camera to encourage social change. She photographed the “NEA Four”. Performance artists whose work became the center of curatorial outrage in the early 1990s. Images from this series are included in the exhibition. So are McAdams’ photographs of the anti-nuclear protests. AIDS activism, people living with mental illness. The nuns of St. Mary’s Convent. Workers working on a Saratoga Springs race track. There are also active farm animals. 

After an exhibition at BMAC from June 22 to September 23, “Dona Ann McAdams: Performative Acts” will visit Vermont until November 2020. Visiting the Bank Gallery at Castleton University in Rutland. Catamount Arts in St. Johnsbury and Helen Day Art Center in Stowe.

 

Helen Day Art Center→ 90 Pond St Stowe, Vt 05672 (USA)

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Tim Eitel – Until Oct 18

Tim Eitel – Until Oct 18

Tim Eitel 

Daegu Art Museum – Until Oct 18, 2020 South Korea

 

 

 

 

 

DAEGU – The Daegu Art Museum exhibits works by German artist Tim Eitel. That capture the loneliness and anxiety of modern people. At a time when the art scene of the city of the south-east is waking up. After being the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic here earlier this year. Presented as a prominent member of the new Leipzig school. Eitel portrays people and spaces that are easily overlooked in everyday life. The exhibition “Untitled (2001-2020)” presents some 70 of Eitel’s paintings. Exhibited in the 11 galleries of the museum. This is the largest solo exhibition of the German artist. He was unable to visit Korea due to the coronavirus outbreak. Instead, he watched the setup process during video calls. He left a video message for his Korean audience.

 

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The Daegu Art Museum→ 40 Misulgwan-ro, Gosan 2(i)-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu, South Korea

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Kenny Scharf – Until Oct 31- L.A

Kenny Scharf – Until Oct 31- L.A

Kenny Scharf

Jeffrey Deitch Gallery – Until Oct 31, 2020 L.A (USA)

The exhibition will be viewed by appointment only.

 

 

 

 

This summer, visitors to Jeffrey Deitch’s gallery in Los Angeles will be faced with an astonishing spectacle. Two hundred and fifty circular paintings of faces by Kenny Scharf. All different. He’s been working on this project for months. Painting several faces a day. He thinks his paintings are like people. No two are alike.

Kenny Scharf has been spray painting faces since 1981. Sneaking into the street. He learns to develop images spontaneously and quickly. Her face project involves intense concentration. He has created a vast body of work within a rigorous set of constraints. But with endless possibilities.

Who are the characters represented on the many paintings of Scharf? He explains that they all reflect aspects of his own personality. Some days he needs to release his aggressive energy. They can reflect his anger. Other faces reflect his exuberance and love of painting.

 

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Jeffrey Deitch Gallery→ 925 N Orange Dr Los Angeles 90038 (USA)

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Sterling Ruby – Until Oct 12

Sterling Ruby – Until Oct 12

Sterling Ruby

Institute of Contemporary Art – Until Oct 12, 2020 Boston (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

ICA/Boston presents the first comprehensive museum survey for American artist Sterling Ruby.

The exhibition features more than 70 works. Which demonstrate the relationship between the material transformation in Ruby’s practice and the rapidly changing culture. Institutions and work. Spanning over two decades of the artist’s career. The exhibition examines the origins and development of his practice. Through mediums ranging from drawings. Sculptures less known to its renowned ceramics and paintings.

American culture.

Since her early works, Ruby has studied the artist’s role as an outsider. Criticizing the structures of modernism and traditional institutions. Ruby discusses the repressed foundations of American culture. The coding of power and violence. The craft is at the heart of his investigation. He explores the radical history of ceramics in California. The traditions of Amish quilt making. Shaped by his education in Pennsylvania, a Dutch country. The process of combining disparate elements is at the heart of Ruby’s material claims. Which serve as a form of autobiographical and cultural archeology. Organized freely by chronology and medium. Sterling Ruby considers the artist’s explorations on these themes through the many materials and forms he has used throughout his practice.

 

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Institute of Contemporary Art 25 Harbor Shore Dr Boston 02210 (USA)

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Nalini Malani – Fundació Joan Miró

Nalini Malani – Fundació Joan Miró

Nalini Malani

Fundació Joan Miró – Until Nov 29, 2020 Barcelona (Spain)

 

 

 

 

 

Indian artist Nalini Malani, winner of the 2019 Joan Miró Prize. Presents a selection of works from her entire career. Where feminist thought and the condemnation of violence are omnipresent.

Malani’s works suggest vulnerability. The precariousness of human existence. A personal iconography that draws on ancient and universal mythologies. Social, feminist and environmental justice. Is at the heart of his artistic quest. And materializes in the exhibition as a set of large-scale immersive installations. -Projections and video animations. Shadows and painted panels. The artist also created wall designs especially for the Fundació Joan Miró.

 

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Fundació Joan Miró→ Parc de Montjuïc, s/n Sants-Montjuïc Barcelona 08038

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Rodin and Giacometti – Until Aug 23

Rodin and Giacometti – Until Aug 23

Rodin and Giacometti

Fundación Mapfre – Until Aug 23, 2020 Madrid (Spain)

 

 

 

 

 

Auguste Rodin (Paris, 1840 – Meudon, 1917) and Alberto Giacometti (Borgonovo, Switzerland, 1901 – Coire, Switzerland, 1966) have never met. In fact, when Giacometti arrived in Paris in 1922, Rodin had already been dead for five years. However, through their artistic careers. We can witness an interesting dialogue between the two. With many aspects in common. As well as some differences. What is inevitable for two of these free artists separated by more than a generation.

The question of the base.

Beyond certain purely formal aspects shared by the two artists. Such as the use of matter and the accentuation of modeling. The question of the base and the interest in fragmentation and deformation. The dialogue between them goes far beyond. Rodin is one of the first sculptors considered modern for his ability to reflect. First through the expressiveness of the face and the gesture. Then, over time, focusing on the basics. Universal concepts such as anxiety. Pain. Restlessness. Fear or anger. It is also one of the fundamental characteristics of Giacometti’s work. His post-war works, these elongated and fragile figures. Immobile, which Jean Genet called “the guardians of the dead” express. Devoid of the superfluous, all the complexity of human existence.

 

Rodin and Giacometti - Until Aug 23

Fundación Mapfre→ Paseo de Recoletos, 23 Madrid 28004 (Spain)

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