Monthly Archives: May 2016

12 MAY 2016

Revolution – Art & Artists

Revolution – Art & Artists By Denis Taylor A three part series of articles about the story of how a very few number of Artists chose to represent one of the most important era’s in modern history. An era that even today continues to affect our planet. It’s a story of how the artists, ignored by […]

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12 MAY 2016

Kate Clark

Kate Clark Kate Clark is a sculptor who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her sculptures synthesize the human face and the body of wild animals, exploring the overlap that exists across our cultures, and within our histories. Kate had her first solo exhibit at Claire Oliver Gallery in New York in 2008. Since then […]

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12 MAY 2016

Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center

Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center 24 Mar 2016 — 26 Mar 2016 Following a breakthrough 2015 edition – which placed the Hong Kong show squarely in the center of Asia’s international art scene – the upcoming show offers a premier platform for showing works from across the globe, more than half from Asia and […]

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12 MAY 2016

Art Dubai- Grandest Edition Yet

Art Dubai- Grandest Edition Yet Each year in March Art Dubai presents a select, yet diverse line-up of approximately 90 galleries from the UAE and around the world. The event contains across three programs: Contemporary/Modern, devoted to masters from the Middle East, Africa and South Asia and Marker, a curated section of art-spaces that focuses […]

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12 MAY 2016

Van Cleef & Arpels Announce Middle East Emergent Designer Winner

Van Cleef & Arpels Announce Middle East Emergent Designer Winner By Nasrine Abushakra Ranim Orouk was announced as the winning designer of the 2016 Middle East Emergent Designer Prize by Van Cleef & Arpels. In collaboration with Tashkeel and Design Days Dubai, Van Cleef & Arpels will showcase the winning piece entitled Glow during the […]

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12 MAY 2016

A Look Inside Met Breuer, The Metropolitan Museum’s New Building

A Look Inside Met Breuer, The Metropolitan Museum’s New Building By Scott Heins The art world media got their first glimpse of the new Met Breuer, the Metropolitan Museum’s five-years-in-the-making new space in the iconic Marcel Breuer building once occupied by the Whitney Museum. The Met’s Director and CEO Thomas Campbell said, “This is a […]

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12 MAY 2016

CHIHARU SHIOTA AT THE BIENNALE OF SYDNEY 2016

CHIHARU SHIOTA AT THE BIENNALE OF SYDNEY 2016 Chiharu Shiota has created a new site specific installation for the Biennale of Sydney – Australia’s largest contemporary visual arts festival. Opening on the 18 March, the Biennale is held on Cockatoo Island, a UNESCO world heritage site in Sydney Harbour. Shiota has drawn on the island’s […]

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12 MAY 2016

LYNN CHADWICK RETROSPECTIVE IN HONG KONG Lynn Chadwick will run from 14 March – 15 April 2016 A retrospective of sculptures by Lynn Chadwick opens in Hong Kong on 14 March. Held during Art Basel Hong Kong, the exhibition features 26 works from across the artist’s fifty year career, ranging from the small scale to […]

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12 MAY 2016

Art and The Study of Materials at the Getty Research Institute

Art and The Study of Materials at the Getty Research Institute By Miguel Bermudez The Getty Research Institute (GRI) is an international center dedicated to providing resources, expertise, and a collaborative environment for art-historical research and publication. An important undertaking by the GRI is its Scholars’ program. Headed by Dr. A. Alexa Sekyra, the GRI […]

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