Qalandiya International is pleased to announce, This Sea is Mine the third edition of its monthlong collaborative artistic program which will take place across cities and villages in Palestine and the Diaspora, to explore questions of return and refuge.
The Division of Continuing Education Information Sessions give you the chance to spend an evening with some of New York City’s top creative talent.
From 13–18 September 2016, Berlin will once again become the centre of the international art world. The fifth Berlin Art Week will attract collectors, gallerists, museum directors, and all those interested in art and culture to the German capital.
Elmhurst Art Museum is celebrating their 20th anniversary with Sense of Place, an adventurous open call juried exhibition exploring how artists experience and express a “sense of place” — personal space, public space, real or imaginary.
Taipei Fine Arts Museum has announced Tehching Hsieh as the sole artist, representing Taiwan with an exhibition to be curated by Adrian Heathfield at the 57th International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale 2017.
ArtCondo is a new real estate initiative run by and for artists that helps creative individuals purchase raw commercial workspaces and live/work lofts in a new way.
Norte Maar is pleased to return to 1285 Avenue of the Americas Gallery with a major exhibition titled Ways and Means: a new look at process and materials in art. Curated by Jason Andrew, Ways and Means offers an eclectic group of twenty-five artists who through a combination of their process and materials, challenge traditional means.
The term “dark humor” was coined in 1935 to describe a subgenre of comedy in which pleasure arises from topics generally considered taboo. Dark Humor: African American Art from the University Museums, University of Delaware presents works that employ subversive humor to question cultural and racial stereotypes.
BRIC, a nonprofit arts and media organization located in Downtown Brooklyn, is gearing up for a busy summer full of innovative programming. BRIC will present Look up here, I’m in heaven, a group exhibition of four artists highlighting the use of unconventional portraiture to question how identity is constructed.
Are you a visual artist working in the medium of light? Light City Baltimore, the first large-scale, international light festival in the US, invites artists to apply to have an illuminated artwork featured in the second year of Baltimore’s landmark festival, taking place Friday, March 31 through Saturday, April 8, 2017.
Visitors will get a peek behind the photographer’s process, viewing his contact sheets marked with red pencil edits. His forays into music video direction – including videos for Madonna, Janet Jackson and Chris Isaak – are also explored in the show.
Working in a broad range of painting, sculpture, textile, photography, performance, and video work, the exhibition features Lindsey Bailey, Jacqueline Bishop, Howard el-Yasin, Suzy Kopf, Kirk Daniel Palmer, Georgeann Schellenger, and Azucena Trejo Williams.