One of the most dramatic exhibitions to be held at GOMA, ‘Cai Guo-Qiang: Falling Back to Earth’ presents major new works by a truly global artist, whose large-scale installations and explosion events have made him one of the most innovative figures in contemporary art. Over the past 25 years, Cai Guo Qiang has held solo exhibitions at some of the world’s most prestigious art institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum in New York. Following recent exhibitions in Qatar, Los Angeles, Copenhagen, Rio de Janeiro and Venice, ...
|Sponsored By: Queensland GOMA|
We are increasingly occupied with capturing and sharing our daily routines in streams of digital images and status updates. These moments, although more frequent and accumulative, are becoming more and more fleeting. Margo Wolowiec's handwoven textiles transform this telematic imagery into ethereal and unreadable textures using a dye and sublimation ink process.
|Sponsored By: Johansson Projects|
The exhibition – a cooperation with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Montréal – reveals Expressionism in its true light, highlighting that it was not a national movement but rather one shaped by the spirit of cosmopolitanism and productive exchange. Together with over 100 masterpieces of Classical Modernism and German Expressionism, it presents the findings of recent research into a history of reception that has hitherto been little studied by scholars.
|Sponsored By: Kunsthaus Zürich|
The New Artist Fair is the best value Art Fair in London which displays high quality artworks from emerging and recently established artists from around the world. We hold our exhibitions within an affordable, friendly gallery environment in Central London locations.
|Sponsored By: New Artist Fair|
Now accepting 'dream journal submissions' from interested participants: anecdotes from your dreams can be submitted as written recollections, video pieces, sound pieces. These will be woven into the dreamscape installation, to be collectively slept and dreamt to at the JAM HANDY DETROIT 12-APR
|Sponsored By: SPECTRAL SLUMBER 2.0|
Karen Christensen is a 'Bricoleur.' She uses objects found in containers and in nature which she combines with building materials and everyday objects. Her art is intuitive with a playful element. She builds magical characters and outlandish architectural models.
|Sponsored By: Kulturhuset Rejsestalden / Jægerspris / Denmark|
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