Tag: exhibition

JKMM animates roof of helsinki's amos rex museum with 'oasis' garden installation

JKMM animates roof of helsinki’s amos rex museum with ‘oasis’ garden installation

helsinki’s amos rex museum has brought its roofscape to life with a garden installation called ‘oasis’. comprising 80 wooden planters, the installation has been designed by asmo jaaksi, co-founder of JKMM — the architecture firm who designed the museum itself. ‘amos rex museum’s rooftop square was always about developing city life and culture in helsinki in

Read More
Here’s how four exhibitions made the quick shift to the digital sphere amid COVID-19-induced restrictions

Here’s how four exhibitions made the quick shift to the digital sphere amid COVID-19-induced restrictions

When COVID-19 forced the world into lockdown, almost everything moved (more) online. Team meetings, yoga classes, concerts. No longer able to welcome guests onto their physical sites, industries across the board had to rely on web site visits instead. Enter the explosion of virtual/online exhibitions. Here’s how four projects made the quick shift to the

Read More
The Coronavirus Crisis Strikes a Hard Blow

The Coronavirus Crisis Strikes a Hard Blow

John Baldessari, Palm tree/Seascape, 2010. The opening of Moderna Museet´s John Baldessari retrospective this Saturday, 21 March, coincides with the closing of the museum at least until 14 April. The outbreak of coronavirus, which has had a significant impact on large parts of the world, is also affecting the Swedish art world. Many galleries have already

Read More
16 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend

16 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend

McNay Art Museum/Art Resource, NY Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon. ‘ARTS OF CHINA’ and ‘ARTS OF JAPAN’ at the Brooklyn Museum (ongoing). Redesigning an American museum’s Asian wing is no mean feat. But these exhibitions , reopened after a six-year renovation, successfully integrate stunning pieces by contemporary Chinese and

Read More
The Best Exhibitions Of 2020

The Best Exhibitions Of 2020

Generally speaking, Instagram stories really suffer over the Christmas period. There’s a limit to the amount of desiccated turkey crowns and quaint countryside walks people can put up with before they have to resort to engaging with their families. Thankfully, now that we’ve entered into the new year, we can all get back to the good stuff: self-satisfied

Read More
The eight must-see exhibitions of 2020

The eight must-see exhibitions of 2020

(Credit: Getty Images) A great art exhibition can alter forever not only the fortunes and reputation of the show’s subject but the lives and imaginations of those who absorb its wonders. 2020, a year whose very numerical formulation suggests a clearness of vision, is shaping up to be both an eye-opening and mind-expanding marathon of back-to-back visual

Read More
UCLA Arts winter 2020 public events calendar

UCLA Arts winter 2020 public events calendar

“Four Quartets,” T. S. Eliot’s rumination on time and timelessness will be presented at UCLA’s Royce Hall on Feb. 15 and 16. The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture will present more than 200 public events this winter that will bring a broad spectrum of programming to campus that will enrich the cultural ecosystem and challenge audiences to engage with

Read More
Perpetual nexus: Leonardo Ulian Imbues The Flat - Massimo Carasi Gallery with Technological Spirituality

Perpetual nexus: Leonardo Ulian Imbues The Flat – Massimo Carasi Gallery with Technological Spirituality

By nature of their white-cube asceticism, iconographic swagger and contemplative ambience, art galleries are imbued with a latent spirituality, but unlike a church or a temple there is no explicitly defined deity that visitors come to commune with (artists’ egos don’t count). Unless the artist anoints one that is, as is the case in Italian-born, London-based

Read More
The Most Important Artworks of the 2010s

The Most Important Artworks of the 2010s

Camille Henrot, Grosse Fatigue, 2013, video (color, sound), 13 minutes. Over the past decade, the number—and size!—of museums, galleries, art fairs, and art schools around the world has grown dramatically, and it feels safe to say that more art was made in the past 10 years than at any other time in the history of humanity. Picking the 20 works that

Read More
3 Must-See Exhibitions In London This Winter

3 Must-See Exhibitions In London This Winter

With Winter setting in and the days becoming shorter, it is the perfect season for visiting galleries and immersing yourself in the rich and diverse culture London has to offer. Many artists and galleries are using their platforms to address wider global topics and, with the current climate crisis which faces humanity, we can increase our awareness and

Read More
While the Ice is Melting: An Immersive Exhibition in Stockholm and a Photo Book by Michel Rawicki Explore Life in the Arctic

While the Ice is Melting: An Immersive Exhibition in Stockholm and a Photo Book by Michel Rawicki Explore Life in the Arctic

In August, the first ever loss of a glacier due to climate change was marked by a symbolic funeral in Iceland. Unfortunately, this is no isolated event; glaciers, polar land, and sea ice are melting much faster than scientists originally predicted as global temperatures rise. During a five-day heat wave this summer, Greenland lost 55 billion tons of ice

Read More
50 artists responds to society's struggle to switch off at Somerset House's 24/7 exhibition

50 artists responds to society’s struggle to switch off at Somerset House’s 24/7 exhibition

In the first major exhibition dedicated to 24/7 culture, Somerset House presents "creative responses to this modern malaise" by more than 50 artists and designers, including Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg . Called 24/7 and billed as "a wake-up call for our non-stop world" the exhibition brings together the work of more than 50 international artists and designers,

Read More
Matter of Stuff recycles last year's London Design Festival exhibition into something new

Matter of Stuff recycles last year’s London Design Festival exhibition into something new

Recycled materials can be used to make luxury products says Matter of Stuff, which has created its London Design Festival 2019 exhibition by repurposing elements of its show from 2018. Matter of Stuff – a London-based design and manufacturing consultancy and gallery – made the exhibition, called A Second Life, using 5,000 wooden dowels that were previously

Read More
Olympic House opens its doors to the public

Olympic House opens its doors to the public

IOC News In parallel to the 2019 European Heritage Days, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will open its doors to the public on Friday 13 September from 5 to 8 p.m. and on Saturday 14 September from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lausanne residents, visitors to the Canton of Vaud, Olympic Games fans and those who are simply curious will all be able to explore

Read More