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The Museum of Modern Art announced that it has received a major gift of 90 works of contemporary art from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, significantly enhancing the Museum’s holdings of contemporary works by Latin American artists. Together with the establishment of the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Art from Latin America in 2016, and the more than 140 works by Latin American artists previously given to MoMA by Patricia and Gustavo Cisneros and the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, the new gift reinforces the longstanding relationship between the Museum and the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and advances MoMA’s commitment to exploring and fostering Latin American art and artists. The gift includes works by 48 artists representing 10 Latin American countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela. In addition to works b
Call for Submissions : The Best of East Central Alberta OVERVIEW The Alberta Society of Artists invites all artists (18 years of age or older) residing in the East Central region of Alberta to submit to the exhibition, “Best of East Central Alberta” to be held at the Western GM Drumheller Art Gallery from June [&hellip
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JANUARY 20 – APRIL 21, 2018 PROCESS; THINKING THROUGH Alberta Craft Council | Feature Gallery An exhibition about the stages of making, providing insight into the complex and multi-layered methods of how artists work and create while nurturing the organic nature of creativity. Participating artists: Carissa Baktay, Donna Brunner, Anna Burger-Martindale, Milt Fischbein, Pamma FitzGerald, [&hellip
The Pompidou Centre in Paris, which houses the world’s second biggest collection of modern art, has sealed a deal to open a franchise gallery in Shanghai, French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday. Macron made the announcement after holding talks with President Xi Jinping during his first state visit to China. He did not give more details but the Pompidou Centre had announced plans for the gallery last July. It will show around 20 exhibitions over five years in a wing of the new West Bund Art Museum, which is being built in Shanghai’s cultural district by British architect David Chipperfield. The Paris gallery, which also has plans to open branches in South Korea and Belgium, has been in talks with the Chinese authorities for more than a decade. In 2016 it staged its first show in China called “Masterpieces from the Centre Pompidou 1906-77” featuring work by Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp and other big names at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre.
Monday, January 8, 2018 – 11:45We’re delighted to announce Jeremy Hutchison as the selected artist who will take up a month-long residency at our partner institution npo S-AIR in Sapporo, Japan this February.Sapporo is the snowiest city on earth. The removal of snow is vital for the functioning of the urban infrastructure. During his residency, Jeremy will reconsider snow removal as a kind of everyday public artwork; a reductive sculptural process that underpins the city’s productive processes. This subject will act as a point of departure, opening up wider questions about the Japanese work ethic, reproductive labour, precarity and Zen.
Jeremy Hutchison is a British artist based in London. Working with situational performance, his projects explore the relationship between power and production. Central to this inquiry is an interrogation of labour, and its contemporary forms under neoliberalism.
Recent projects have exhibited at ICA (London), Modern Art Oxford, V&A Museum (London), Fondazione Prada (Athens), Lisson Gallery (London), EVA Biennale (Limerick), Qalandia Biennale (Ramallah), De Appel Gallerist Programme (Basel), Bikini Wax (Mexico City), Jerwood Space (London). He has completed artist residencies with Delfina Foundation (London), Raw Material Company (Dakar), Hospitalfield (Angus) and Al-Mahatta Gallery (Ramallah). He was a 2015 fellow of the Whitney Independent Study Program, NYC.
Find out more about Jeremy’s work via his website www.jeremyhutchison.com
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has announced that the 2nd Annual Tanabe Prize for British Columbia painters has been awarded to Lynn Price.