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Drawing on Likeness – Until March 15

Drawing on Likeness – Until March 15

Drawing on Likeness

Art and Culture Center/Hollywood – Until March 15, 2020 Hollywood (US)

Artists : Gustavo Prado (Brasil). Ivelisse Jiménez (Puerto Rico). Lidija Slavkovic (Serbia)

 

 

 

 

New York critic and independent curator Saul Ostrow has organized the exhibition “Drawing on Likeness,” which includes work by Ivelisse Jiménez (Puerto Rico/USA). Gustavo Prado (Brazil/USA) and Lidija Slavkovic (Serbia/USA). The exhibition consists of work that has been previously fabricated as well as site-specific pieces. The artists will arrive prior to the opening of Drawing on Likeness to use the exhibition space as a site of production.

 

Gustavo Prado

Ivelisse Jiménez

Lidija Slavkovic

Art and Culture Center – 1650 Harrison St, Hollywood, FL 33020, USA

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Mayme Kratz – 2 April to 2 May

Mayme Kratz – 2 April to 2 May

Mayme Kratz : Vanishing Light

Dolby Chadwick Gallery – 2 April 2020 to 2 May, 2020 San Francisco (US)

 

 

 

 

 

Dolby Chadwick Gallery is pleased to present Vanishing Light. An exhibition of new works by Mayme Kratz, on view from April 2 to May 2. Nature figures as Kratz’s primary point of departure. Her art attending not only to its cyclical rhythms. And winkings of the sublime but also to those overlooked aspects of its beauty.

 

Mayme Kratz

Dolby Chadwick Gallery – 210 Post Suite 205, San Francisco, CA 94108

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Oscar Oiwa – Until April 26

Oscar Oiwa – Until April 26

Oscar Oiwa

Pacific Asia Museum – Until April 26, 2020 Pasadena (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

Find peace in chaotic dreamscapes. At the premiere of this solo exhibition from Oscar Oiwa. Which includes four large-scale surreal landscape paintings. Plus an 800-square-foot site-specific mural. Dreams of a Sleeping World. Using nothing more than a Sharpie (OK, actually about 120 of them). Oiwa and his four assistants have drawn dreamy illustrations. Onto the side of an inflated. White nylon dome at Pasadena’s USC Pacific Asia Museum (it took them about two weeks to finish the work).

 

Oscar Oiwa (Photograph: Michael Juliano)

Pacific Asia Museum – 46 N Los Robles Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101, USA

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Amin Roshan – Until March 27, 2020 London

Amin Roshan – Until March 27, 2020 London

Amin Roshan

Rossi & Rossi Gallery – Until March 27, 2020 London (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

Fire of Love. The first solo exhibition in London by Tehran-based artist Amin Roshan. At the Rossi & Rossi gallery | www.rossirossi.com. Until March 27. Held jointly with Janet Rady Fine Art | www.janetradyfineart.com.
Roshan is a multidisciplinary artist. Its production is deeply informed by its Bahktiari tribal heritage. The involvement of his family for many generations in the country’s oil industry. His works contain archival documents. Maps produced in Great Britain. Standard helmets. Torches. Period photographs. Scenes from the Iran-Iraq war – and crude oil and tea. Roshan neither celebrates nor condemns the oil sector. Rather, it presents the cautious view of an informed insider who masters the complexity and history of the subject.

 

Rossi & Rossi Gallery – 21 Georgian House, 10 Bury Street, London SW1Y 6AA (UK)

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Tseng Kwong Chi – Until March 3, 2020 Hong Kong

Tseng Kwong Chi – Until March 3, 2020 Hong Kong

Tseng Kwong Chi

Ben Brown Fine Arts – Until March 3, 2020 Hong Kong (China)

 

 

 

 

 

A photographer, performance artist. Provocateur and documentarian – Tseng Kwong Chi was all of those things. First made his mark in New York City during the late 1970s, the artist was most known for playing upon. Particular western stereotypes and notions of Asians. Often donning nothing but an army-style haircut. Reflective sunglasses, and a Mao suit. The artist assumed the identity of an ambiguous Chinese statesman. At exclusive events and tourist meccas. Presented by Ben Brown Fine Arts Hong Kong.The Tseng Kwong Chi.East Meets West exhibition brings together black. And white self-portraits and large-scale photographs. Creating an extremely compelling body of works. Of the late great Hong Kong-born artist.

 

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Ben Brown Fine Arts – 301 Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street Central, Hong Kong

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Sergio Fermariello – Until Feb 29, 2020

Sergio Fermariello – Until Feb 29, 2020

Sergio Fermariello – (WARRIORS)

Richard Koh Fine Art – Until Feb 29, 2020 Singapor

 

 

 

 

 

Marking Italian artist Sergio Fermariello’s solo exhibition in Singapore, Warriors showcases seven works on canvas and a video work. 

The symbol of the warrior can be expressed in varying directions and concepts. But its origins begin from a basic need to hunt, strengthen and live. The artist conveys a primitive desire and call to contain his paintings as vessels for warriorhood – built. Evolving and rapt for both spectator and canvas. The core of Warriors lies in the artist’s fascination with the oscillation of empty space. Time and obliteration of ego.

 

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Richard Koh Fine Art – Blk 47, 01-26 Gillman Barracks Malan Rd Singapore 109444

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Anthony Gormley – Until March 8, 2020

Anthony Gormley – Until March 8, 2020

Anthony Gormley (Field for the British Isles)

 Firstsite Gallery – Until March 8, 2020 Colchester (England)

 

 

 

 

 

Field for the British Isles, which consists of 40,000 tiny individual terracotta figures. Is the largest single artwork in the Arts Council Collection. And its arrival in Colchester will herald the latest stage in the journey of this spectacular piece.

Field for the British Isles was made by Gormley in 1993. With 100 volunteers who were each given a portion of clay. And instructions for the size and shape he wanted for the figures.

After being acquired by the Arts Council Collection in 1995. Field for the British Isles has been exhibited at a variety of venues across the UK. Including Salisbury Cathedral. Greenesfield BR Works in Gateshead. The British Museum and Tate Liverpool. At each location. The configuration of Field is changed to suit the space. But the thousands of small figures are always installed to resemble a dense carpet. With each figure looking directly at the viewer. In Firstsite the figures will swarm through the rear half of the building. Including throughout the main gallery spaces. A seemingly endless mass confronting the viewer.

 

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 Firstsite building Lewis Gardens, High Street, Colchester CO1 1JH, Royaume-Uni

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Lazhar Mansouri – Until Feb 22, 2020

Lazhar Mansouri – Until Feb 22, 2020

Portraits of Berber Women by Lazhar Mansouri 

Westwood Gallery NYC – 21 Jan to 22 Feb 2020, New-York (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

Westwood Gallery NYC is pleased to present “Lifting the Veil: Portraits of Berber Women”. A solo show of photography by Lazhar Mansouri (1932-1985). On view are thirty-five gelatin silver photographs. Representing only a small portion of over 100,000 portraits captured during his lifetime. This is the second exhibition of portraiture at Westwood Gallery NYC. By the Algerian photographer and focuses. On Berber women, circa 1950s to 1970s. From his hometown of Aïn Beïda (near the Aurès Mountains) Algeria. This exhibition is one of a series of rediscovered artist estates. As part of the gallery core program.

 

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Westwood Gallery NYC – 262 Bowery, New York, NY 10012

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Louise Weaver – Until Feb 9, 2020

Louise Weaver – Until Feb 9, 2020

Louise Weaver

Buxton Contemporary – Until Feb 9, 2020 Melbourne (Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

The fanciful worlds. Distorted and often woven by Louise Weaver are at Buxton Contemporary. Between appearances. Louise Weaver’s art brings together three decades of the artist’s work. And looks at his constant exploration of growth. Transformation and the natural world.

Perhaps best known for its faceless woven animals (the zoological equivalents of the EC doll of Lift Off). Between Appearances also presents paintings. Drawings. Weaver’s prints and textile works. This is Weaver’s largest solo exhibition to date. With more than 100 works represented in the four galleries of Buxton Contemporary.

 

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Buxton Contemporary – Cnr Dodds St & Southbank Blvd Southbank 3006, Melbourne

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James Casebere – Until March 7, 2020

James Casebere – Until March 7, 2020

James Casebere

Templon Gallery – Until March 7, 2020 Paris (France)

 

 

 

 

 

The exhibition “On the Water’s Edge” at the Parisian gallery Templon presents the latest photographic series by James Casebere. Through images of architectural models surrounded by water. The American artist illustrates the challenges of climate change.James Casebere. The American artist confirms his status as master of “staged photography”. Staging photography, a genre at the forefront of which he hoisted himself twenty-five years ago alongside. Other photographers famous like Jeff Wall and Gregory Crewdson.

 

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