Ontario’s provincial government has said that the budget cuts are being made to balance a $15 billion deficit, but the slashed funding would only account for about .05% of that total, while comparatively reducing a massive portion of the programs and services provided by the region’s major art organizations.
Crossing the bridge to the free-form empiricism of the Impressionists, this show delights in the visual spectacle of life.
Economic changes have forced the 8,000 painters and 1,200 galleries in the Shenzhen village of Dafen — who were once responsible for 75% of the world’s oil painting reproductions — to rebrand. But can skill overcome the town’s reputation as a home of imposter impressionists?
A select number of artists will be awarded honoraria to produce full proposals for two public art projects.
Here are a few arts-oriented holiday events to tide you over until the new year brings a flood of new exhibitions, performances, screenings, and talks.
Four artists’ works were flagged by government censors for their experimental projects about artificial intelligence, genome modification, and bioethics.
The Willan & Cherniavsky Gastronomy Collection — consisting of hundreds of historical books, drawings, and paintings all about food — will soon be available to the public at the Getty Research Institute.
Hyperallergic’s Los Angeles-based contributors share their top exhibition choices of the year.
Artists are embracing the holiday spirit, from a train show to a Kwanzaa festival.