Art Exhibitions & Shows: January 2021

Posted by Published on January 12, 2021

Discover a selection of thrilling new exhibitions for the new year – including many online viewings and 3D experiences as galleries look for creative ways to showcase work during the ongoing pandemic. Giorgio MorandiRobilant + Voena Viewing Room, New York, USOnline Only One of the most enigmatic, yet fascinating artists of the 20th century, Giorgio Morandi developed his highly distinctive style drawing on the influence…

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Festive Favourites: 2020 Highlights

Posted by Published on December 10, 2020

As 2020 draws to a close, join us as we take a close look at a selection of artists whose work is inspired by the festive season in December. Andrew MacaraSelf-taught figurative painter Andrew Macara is perhaps best known for his vibrant Winter scenes, often set within his native Derbyshire. His joyful landscapes have earned him national acclaim as one of the most distinctive British…

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Art Exhibitions & Shows: December 2020

Posted by Published on December 7, 2020

The Immaculates: Paintings, Photographs, and PrintsMenconi + Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, US2 – 18 December 2020The Immaculates surveys the broad scope of the Precisionist aesthetic, exploring the stylistic concerns and iconography that held the movement together. Painted in sharp focus, with clean lines and minimal detail, these works are characteristically devoid of human presence. Featured artists include Ralston Crawford, Charles Goeller, Clarence Carter, and Edmund…

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Nouveau Réalisme Galleria Alfieri, Asti, Italy 6 – 30 November 2020Concurrent to Op Art in Europe and Pop Art in the United States, Nouveau Réalisme emerged in the 1960s as the defining movement of the French avant-garde. Artists such as Mimmo Rotella, Yves Klein, Niki de Saint Phalle, and Christo sought to incorporate “materials taken from reality, even the most banal,” producing collages and assemblages…

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As 2020 begins to draw to a close, we look back on a selection of our favourite photographers, from classics such as Brett Weston and Lotte Meitner-Graf to contemporary favourites such as Carolina Mizrahi and Keith Bernstein. Brett Weston The American photographer Brett Weston (16th December 1911 – 22nd January 1993), was the son of another great photographer Edward Weston and seemed destined from birth…

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The Sunny Prize Art ShowSunny Art Centre, London, UK1 October 2020 – UndeterminedSunny Art Centre is pleased to present works by shortlisted artists for the Sunny Prize Art Show. The Sunny Prize has established itself as one of the UK’s most prestigious international art competitions, sourcing the most talented artists – both established and emerging – from all over the world. Each year, 30 artists…

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Don’t Miss! The Edge: Roman Road / The Columbia Summer Residency 2020The Columbia, 95-99 Lancaster Gate, London UK11 – 13 SeptemberBridgeman Artist Carla Borel is involved with a residency set up by Roman Road gallery in partnership with The Columbia, a hotel and creative house in Lancaster Gate, London.”Along with six other artists, I have been sharing studio space at the hotel and working towards…

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The Dream Festival Line Up

Posted by Published on August 23, 2020

August/September is festival season, and while organisers have started to think about measures that can be taken in the wake of the COVID pandemic, it will still be some time before we can see music festivals returning to normal. Whether you’re still reveling in the hazy, haphazard memories of Glastonbury, lamenting the loss of live shows both indoors and outdoors or gearing up for when festivals…

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Revisiting The DecameronFlowers Gallery, London, UK (Online Exhibition)6 July – 9 August 2020Flowers Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition that invites 14 contemporary artists who work across a variety of media to take inspiration from The Decameron by the 14th-century Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio, in which a collection of novellas are told by a group of self-isolating young people during the Black Death of 1348.Curated by writer and critic Laura Gascoigne, this exhibition includes works by…

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Travel The World Through Art!

Posted by Published on August 3, 2020

It’s August – whether your perfect idea of time off is sunbathing on a white sand beach, hiking, or visiting a gallery or museum (while social distancing, of course!) we’ve selected a range of wonderful holiday destinations inspired by our collections. Travel the world through art! Sicily  Sicily is a place that caters to all tastes. Sun, sea and sand provide a perfect destination for…

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