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Van Gogh Alive

Van Gogh Alive

Van Gogh Alive

Salvator Dali Museum – Until April 21, 2021 St-Petersburg, Floride (US)

 

 

 

 

 

Discover the works of Vincent van Gogh in an immersive art installation. An installation which opens a new window on the artistic genius of the famous painter. From its famous “Starry Night” to its radiant “Sunflowers”. Van Gogh’s vibrant work invites viewers to revel in colors, light and sound. Visitors will feel the sensation of stepping directly into Van Gogh’s paintings. An experience that is both educational and inspiring.

3000 images.

The exhibition presents more than 3000 images of Van Gogh on an enormous scale. Seen through high definition projectors and synchronized with a powerful classical score. Cinema-quality surround sound amplifies the emotion generated by the works themselves. In addition to the iconic works on display, visitors can examine Van Gogh’s inspiration. Through photographs and videos displayed next to them. The installation is powered by SENSORY4 ™. A unique system developed by Grande Experiences of Melbourne, Australia.

Provocative artist.

The Dalí is the first North American venue to host this fascinating version of Van Gogh Alive. Dalí’s presentation of this experience builds on the Museum’s commitment to artistic innovation. It invites visitors to discover another provocative artist in an entirely new way. Fully accessible and fully transformative.

 

Salvator Dali Museum→  1 Dali Blvd, St. Petersburg, FL 33701, United States

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First drive-thru art exhibition

First drive-thru art exhibition

Mesa College debuts first drive-thru art exhibition.

Mesa College – Until Dec 9, 2020 San Diego (US)

Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed on weekends and school holidays.

 

 

 

 

Drive-In at Mesa College: An Outdoo Art Exhibition is a visual time capsule. Commemorating the dramatic events of the past eight months. Plague, social unrest and fires. This physically distant exhibit featuring thirty-six California artists lets you stay in your car and browse the exhibit. Organized by the Museum Studies Class at San Diego Mesa College. The works on display question the “new normal” of 2020 by questioning spaces. Indoor and outdoor, public and private. As well as the virtual against the physical. The artwork was painted or printed on 3 x 5 foot banners attached to the fence around the perimeter of parking lot 1 at the college. This year’s impacts have been tough on the arts community and Mesa College remains adaptable with this innovative presentation. This exhibition reinvents the possibilities of human connection. And empowerment in times of crisis.

Participating artists:

Kirsten Aaboe. Victor Angelo. Jenny Armer. Lucy Boyd-Wilson. John Calavitta. Katie Carrion. Michael Chavez. Remi Dalton. Joseph DeLaunay. Sheena Rae Dowling. Christopher Ferreria. Katie Flores. Kirsten Francis. Sarah Frey.
Sora Gallagher. Scott Gengelbach. Sofia Gonzalez. Janice Grinsell. Steve Harlow. Kathleen Kane-Murrell. Ginger Lou. Don Masse. Bhavna Mehta. Lourans Mikhail. Michelle Montjoy. John Oleinik. Judith Parenio. Johanna Poethig. Yvette Roman. Elizabeth Salaam. T. Jay Santa Ana. Gail Schneider. Andrew Sena. Jennifer Steffey. Christopher Tucker. Cindy Zimmerman.

 

Mesa College's Drive-Thru Exhibition Innovates Art And Education

San Diego MesaCollege→ 7250 Mesa College Dr, FA 103 San Diego, CA 92111

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Katharina Grosse – It wasn’t us

Katharina Grosse – It wasn’t us

Katharina Grosse. “It wasn’t us”

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Until Jan 10, 2021 Berlin (Germany)

 

 

 

 

 

Katharina Grosse will use the historic Hamburger Bahnhof hall. As well as the outdoor space behind the building as a site for new work. It destabilizes and radically renegotiates the existing order of museum space. Integrating the floor of the room and sculptural polystyrene elements as a pictorial background. His painting will extend beyond the walls of the building. In the public space, inviting us to reconsider our habits of seeing. Think and perceive.
Katharina Grosse’s latest in-situ painting does not take into account the limits of the museum’s space. In a grandiose and colorful gesture: “I painted my way out of the building,” Grosse said of his work.

 

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Museum für Gegenwart→  Potsdamer Straße 58 10785 Berlin (Germany)

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Akhnaten – Nightly Opera streame

Akhnaten – Nightly Opera streame

Akhnaten – Nightly Opera streame

The Metropolitan Opera – Each Opera goes live on the Met’s website at 7:30 p.m. EST (12:30 p.m. GMT) and stays there until 6:30 p.m. EST the following evening. Met’s website

 

 

 

 

 

The modern and fascinating masterpiece of Philip Glass. A resounding success in its first series in 2019, returns in the unforgettable production of Phelim McDermott. Bringing ancient Egypt to life with striking scene paintings. And a troop of jugglers. Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo resumes his famous tour as revolutionary pharaoh Akhnaten. With mezzo-soprano Rihab Chaieb as wife and queen, Nefertiti. Conductor Karen Kamensek is in charge again. A great master of Glass music.

 

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Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers

Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers

Electronics: from Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers

The design Museum – Until Fev 14, 2021 London (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

What to expect:
Evoking the experience of being in a club. The exhibition will transport you through the people. Art, design. The technology and photography that shaped the electronic music landscape.

Celebrate 50 years of the legendary Kraftwerk band with their 3D show. Enter the visual world of The Chemical Brothers for one of their legendary live shows. As visuals and lights interact to create a new three-dimensional experience by Smith & Lyall.

Travel the dance floors from Detroit to Chicago, Paris, Berlin, and the thriving UK scene. Featuring over 400 items and the likes of Detroit techno legends Kevin Saunderson? Juan Atkins. Jeff Mills and Richie Hawtin, “Godfather of House Music” Frankie Knuckles. Haçienda designer Ben Kelly and the extreme visual world created by Weirdcore for Aphex Twin’s ‘Collapse’.

Visual installation.

Discover the early pioneers Daphne Oram and the seminal BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Indulge your senses with large-scale footage of Andreas Gursky’s rave culture. Iconic and fashionable DJ masks. An original soundtrack by French DJ and producer Laurent Garnier. A sound and reactive visual installation created especially for the exhibition by 1024 architecture. Graphics by Peter Saville CBE, historic labels and club nights.
Advice age 12+
Visuals and music may contain content that is not suitable for children. The exhibit includes intense audiovisual experiences and strobe lighting. Parental discretion is advised.

 

Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers

The Design Museum→  224-238 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 6AG, (UK)

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Jaune Plensa – Nocturne

Jaune Plensa – Nocturne

Jaune Plensa  ” Nocturne”

Gray Warehouse – by appointment from Nov 14 to Jan 9, 2O21 Chicago (US)

 

 

 

 

 

Gray Warehouse in Chicago is pleased to present Nocturne. A personal exhibition of the new sculpture by Jaume Plensa. Making his debut in nine of the artist’s latest works in stone. Glass. Steel and bronze. Nocturne explores the range and mastery of the artist’s sculptural portrait.

In Nocturne, a word evocative of the night. Plensa navigates the symbolic dichotomy between lightness and darkness. The artist presents his new body of work in a gradient of material density. Starting with the most substantial sculpture in black basalt and bronze. And ending with light and ethereal figures in stainless steel and Murano glass. Contemplating the extraordinary challenges of the present in these terms. Plensa maintains that “no matter how long the night, the morning always comes. Whether it embraces or opposes the intrinsic qualities of its materials. The exhibition of sculptural portraits by Plensa. Symbolizes the potential for hope to emerge from a place of utter darkness.

 

Lou, 2019 Bronze 40 1/2 × 31 1/2 × 42 7/8 inches (103 × 80 × 109 cm)JAUME PLENSA - NocturneRui Rui, 2019 Bronze

Richard Gray Gallery→ 875 N Michigan Ave #3800, Chicago, IL 60611, US

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About Time – Fashion and Duration

About Time – Fashion and Duration

About Time: Fashion and Duration

The Met Fifth Avenue – Oct 2 to Feb 7, 2021 New-York (US)

 

 

 

 

 

The Costume Institute’s 2020 exhibition traces a century and a half of fashion. From 1870 to the present day. Along a disruptive timeline, on the occasion of the Met’s 150th anniversary. Using Henri Bergson’s concept of duration. He explores how clothes generate temporal associations that confuse the past. Present and future. Virginia Woolf is the exhibition’s “ghost narrator”.

The chronology takes place in two adjacent galleries. Made like huge clock faces. Organized around the principle of 60 minutes of fashion. Each “minute” presents a pair of clothes. The main work representing the linear nature of fashion. The secondary work its cyclical character. To illustrate Bergson’s concept of duration – of the past coexisting with the present. The works of each pair are connected by form. The reason. The material. The technique or the decoration.

Viktor and Rolf.

All the clothes are black to emphasize the changes in figure. Except at the end of the show, where a white dress from Viktor & Rolf’s Spring / Summer 2020 haute couture collection. Made from recycled samples in a designer patchwork. Serves as a symbol for the future of fashion with a focus on community. Collaboration and sustainability.

 

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The Met Fifth Avenue  1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028,  US

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Matisse “LIKE A NOVEL”

Matisse “LIKE A NOVEL”

Matisse “LIKE A NOVEL”

Museum Center Pompidou – Until Feb 22, 2021 Paris (France)

 

 

 

 

 

The Center Pompidou in Paris is dedicating an exhibition to the master of modern painting: Matisse, pairs and series. Few paintings, but all of them are dazzling masterpieces that tell how Henri Matisse confronted the creative process. His simultaneous approach to the same motif. Through frame variations. Drawing. Touch, and colors. In short, one of the most beautiful and surprising exhibitions of the Parisian cultural season.

In 1942, Henri Matisse declared: “The importance of an artist is measured by the quantity of new signs he has introduced into visual language. “Throughout his career, he is this artist. Like all great creators, he gives birth to worlds without equivalents. These new plastic signs he is calling for. His work, intended to upset the modern gaze. Expressed himself through a variety of techniques that he worked on tirelessly. Painting. Drawing. Sculpture. Illustrated books, and up to this singular invention. Rich in consequences on the artistic level. From a drawing in color, with the cut-out gouaches made at the end of his life.

 

Museum Center Pompidou→  Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris (France)

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Brian Clarke – The Art of Light

Brian Clarke – The Art of Light

Brian Clarke

Museum of Arts & Design – Until Feb 21, 2021 New-York (US)

 

 

 

 

 

An immersive exhibition of over 100 works of stained glass. Compositions in lead and associated drawings will present British artist Brian Clarke as one of the most important artists working in stained glass. Both a leader in new technologies and a brilliant aesthetic innovator. Since the early 1970s, Clarke has collaborated with some of the world’s foremost architects. He has created stained glass designs and installations for hundreds of projects. The centerpiece of the exhibition will be more than twenty freestanding glass screens. Animated by lights. Changing and tinged with exuberant and saturated colors. These dramatic works will transport audiences to the very frontier of the possible in stained glass today.

 

Brian ClarkeBrian Clarke - Papal Chapel at the Apostolic Nunciature, London | Vitrail, Decoration, ÉgliseBrian Clarke, architectural artist, stained glass artist and painter. | brian clarke | Stained glass, Glass, Glass art

Museum of Arts & Design→   2 Columbus Circle New York 10019 (UK)

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Bruce Nauman – Tate Modern

Bruce Nauman – Tate Modern

Bruce Nauman

Tate Modern – Oct 7 to Feb 21, 2021 London (UK)

 

 

 

 

 

One of Bruce Nauman’s works is called “Clown Torture”. The pivotal and ultra-influential American artist, who will finally have a very big Tate show this fall. Neons, installations, films: this show will have it all. Plus the aforementioned clown torture.

Bruce Nauman is a ceaseless inventive artist. Since the end of the 1960s, he has not stopped testing what a work of art can be. By reshaping old forms and creating new ones. His revolutionary works using sound. The movie theater. Video and neon have influenced generations of artists.

This is the first major exhibition of his work in London in over 20 years. It allows visitors to engage in the artist’s universe through immersive installations. With a strong emphasis on sound and moving image. As well as on poetic sculptures and neon pieces.

Major works like Double Steel Cage Piece 1974. Anthro / Socio (Rinde Spinning). Clown Torture 1987 shines a light on Nauman’s distinctive preoccupations and the way he constantly revisits them. Without repeating.

Exhibition organized by Tate Modern and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in collaboration with Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan.

 

Bruce Nauman - Tate Modern

Tate Modern→ Bankside, London SE1 9TG, (UK)

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