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Gerhard Richter – Cage Paintings

Gerhard Richter – Cage Paintings

Gerhard Richter – Cage Paintings
Gagosian Gallery – Until April 3, 2021 New-York (US)

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Gagosian is pleased to present Gerhard Richter’s Cage paintings (2006) in Los Angeles and New York. The presentation follows their inclusion. As a cornerstone, in the artist’s retrospective. Gerhard Richter: Painting After All at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City earlier this year. Along with this key group of six paintings. A new group of drawings created by the artist on consecutive days during the summer of 2020 will be presented for the first time. The Los Angeles exhibit will travel to Gagosian New York in April 2021.

Eight drawings.

Gerhard Richter said: “I am very happy that Cage’s paintings are finally on display in Los Angeles and New York in Larry Gagosian’s galleries. And I thought adding eight recent designs would make sense.

Larry Gagosian said, “I am delighted to have the opportunity to show the extraordinary Cage paintings by Gerhard Richter in Los Angeles and New York. Richter, like John Cage himself, changed art history and had a huge influence on subsequent generations of artists. It is a great honor for me to present this important series alongside new designs.

 

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Cindy Sherman – Online

Cindy Sherman – Online

Cindy Sherman – Online
Sprüth Magers Gallery – Until February 13, 2021 Berlin (Germany)

 

 

 

 

 

With her new works, Cindy Sherman once again questions identity formation as a social construction. Since the 1970s, the New York-based artist’s photographs have explored identity distributions. Gender and role. Sherman appears in a variety of disguises. And challenges the viewer to a critical perception of subjectivity. Sexuality. The ten photographs exhibited in Berlin show the artist in the role of androgynous figures. In elegant and neutral designer clothes.

 

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Sprüth Magers Gallery ONLINE→ Oranienburger Str. 18 10178 Berlin

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Federico Solmi “The Bacchanalian Ones”

Federico Solmi “The Bacchanalian Ones”

Federico Solmi “The Bacchanalian Ones”
Rowan University Art Gallery – Until January 21, 2021 Glassboro (US)

 

 

 

 

 

Use of game engines, motion capture. Digital animation. Virtual and augmented reality associated with his drawings and paintings. Solmi creates satirical and clownish depictions of political leaders. Colonial rulers and explorers absorbed. In extravagant and disturbed evenings. Pompous and imperious parades. And theatrical and artificial events.

Inspired by ancient mythology. Modern myth and contemporary celebrity culture, Solmi has mixed historical figures and portrayed them as macabre followers. Indulgent and degenerate of the cults of Bacchus and Dionysus, concerned only with their own power and influence.

By the absurd behavior of its characters. Solmi asks us to question their relevance and the distorted historical accounts that led to an era of disinformation. Of corruption and hypocrisy.

This exhibition was generously funded by the Joseph Robert Foundation. Also, with additional support from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

 

Rowan University Art Gallery→ 301 High St W, Glassboro, NJ 08028, United States

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Water Lilies (Claude Monet) Online

Water Lilies (Claude Monet) Online

Water Lilies (Claude Monet) Online

Orangery Museum – Paris (France)

 

 

 

 

The Orangery Museum gives you the opportunity to access permanent collections from cultural institutions from all over the world from home.
The museum offers the web user a virtual stroll through the two oval rooms of the Water Lilies (or Nymphéas, French). Canvases designed by Claude Monet between 1915 and 1926 in Giverny. Also, thanks to the zoom function, to immerse yourself in all of the eight monumental compositions of the master impressionist.

This virtual immersion allows you to understand, prepare but also to deepen and enrich your visit to the Orangerie.

 

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Artist Appreciation Exhibition – Online

Artist Appreciation Exhibition – Online

Artist Appreciation  Exhibition – ONLINE

Oliver Art Center – Until Dec 4, 2020 Frankfort, Michigan (US)

 

 

 

 

 

Featuring artists who have given their time and art to support OAC’s Annual Summer Fundraising galas for the past few years. With twenty two regional artists participating, the exhibition features everything from oil. Acrylic, and watercolor painting. To fiber art, to sculptures, and ceramics.

Artists include: Greta Bolger. Vicki Carpenter. Trish Early. Char Ester. Lauren Everett. Finn, Nancy Foster. Ron Gianola. Peggy Hawley. Elizabeth Rodgers. Brian Iler, Steve Kline. L.C. Lim, Ann Loveless. Mercedes Michalowski. Mary Kay Niemiec. Kirsten Ross. Rufus Snoddy. Carol C Spaulding. Pam Spicer. Becky Thatcher. Bob Thomas. Barbara Webb. Pier Wright.

 

Artist Appreciation Exhibition - Online

Oliver Art Center ONLINE132 Coast Guard Rd, Frankfort, MI 49635

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Titus Kaphar – Online

Titus Kaphar – Online

Titus Kaphar ; “From a Tropical Space”

Gagosian Gallery – Until Dec 19, 2020 New-York (US)

 

 

 

 

 

Gagosian is pleased to present From a Tropical Space. An exhibition of new paintings by Titus Kaphar. This is Kaphar’s first exhibition with the gallery and opens his performance.

Painter, sculptor, filmmaker and installation artist. Kaphar re-examines American history by deconstructing representations. The existing styles through its own formal innovations. Her practice seeks to dislodge history from its status as “past” in order to understand its continuing impact on the present. Using materials like tar. Rusty glass and nails. As well as the highly refined oil painting. And employing techniques such as cutting. Shredding. Sewing. Binding and erasing. He reworks the historical codes and conventions of canonical art. And by discovering the conceptual and narrative underpinnings of certain source images, Titus Kaphar explores the manipulation of cultural and personal identity as a central thematic concern while inventing new narratives.

 

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Off Canvas – Online Gallery Show

Off Canvas – Online Gallery Show

Off Canvas – Online Gallery Show

A Women’s Thing – Dec 4, to Feb 4, 2021 New-york (US)

awomensthing.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Women’s Thing and YCG Fine Art announce the virtual exhibition “OFF CANVAS”. Which will be on view on @awomensthing from December 4, 2020 to February 4, 2021. This online viewing room, the second of its kind, is part of a larger initiative launched by A Women’s Thing. To provide support and visibility to emerging artists and organizations. Mid-career and established who identify women internationally.

Association Link awomensthing.org

“OFF CANVAS” invites viewers to reflect on and beyond the limits of the canvas (both real and metaphorical) by exploring a selection of pieces by four female artists working in different media. 10% of YCG Fine Art’s proceeds from “OFF CANVAS” will be donated to the Association for the benefit of children (a-b-c.org). Follow @awomensthing on Instagram for updates. Featured artists: Morgan Everhart. Padma Rajendran. Erika Ranee. Véronique Terrieux.

 

Off Canvas→ https://awomensthing.org/off-canvas/

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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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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. ”

 

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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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