Artist Taloi Havini and Ruth McDougall, curator of Pacific art at Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, discuss Havini's first Australian solo exhibition, Reclamation .
After structural issues forced The Armory Show into last-minute relocation pirouettes last year, the fair returns between 5 and 8 March 2020 with a flourishing programme, complemented by stand-out shows across New York City.
For her second solo exhibition at Thomas Dane Gallery in London, Ella Kruglyanskaya's compositions signal the many possibilities of paint.
In 2012, Kristof De Clercq opened his gallery at a stone's throw from the historical heart of Ghent. The gallery supports and promotes Belgian artists who have often remained undeservedly off the grid, but also international artists who have already taken a fascinating course. The artists receive a platform through five exhibitions per year as well as an annual participation in art fairs in Europe, such as Art Brussels and Art Rotterdam. Kristof De Clercq gallery promotes to the artists they permanently represent, but also aims to present the work of younger artists in a group exhibition during the summer months.Read More
The gallery space is located in a green oasis in the center of the city and offers a place where art lovers, artists, art professionals and collectors can meet each other in a quiet atmosphere. The garden forms a central and connecting element between the public and the private part of the house.
After a successful growth over six years, Kristof De Clercq gallery looks towards the future, hoping to surpass the country’s borders by further introducing the Belgian artists abroad and collaborating with international galleries. The gallery also wants to further highlight the work of younger artists, in order to provoke a dialogue between the different generations.
At its core, what is your work about? Our world is packed with an abundance of images that constantly bombard us, and inevitably much of our reality today is filtered through cinema and media imagery. I question the limits of art as I question my own. While I use the language of art (amongst other tools for investigating our so-called...
In addition to its ample cruelties and endlessly confounded sense of 'it can't go on like this much longer, can it?', 2017 has also been a year of profound historical torsion, marked by the return of speciﬁc ﬁgures and fears wrongly presumed to have been left in the present's wake. Consider, for instance, the starkly renewed appearance of fascists...
There is a moment in Johan Grimonprez's short arthouse documentary | blue orchids | (2017) when Chris Hedges, former war correspondent and now well-known leftwing author and activist, describes the emotional toll of being exposed to the trauma of war – ...
The question, possibly of the century: How did America end up with a reality-TV president? Might it have been Russian hackers or disenfranchised voters? blue orchids (2017), a film by the New York-based artist Johan Grimonprez showing at Sean Kelly, proposes a virtually incontrovertible answer: the uncertain dependability of 'truth.'
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