“28 Chinese” at the Asian Art Museum

The Asian Art Museum kicks off its “Summer of Contemporary” series with the much-anticipated 28 Chinese, an exhibition illustrative of over a decade of research, exploration, and collecting in Chinese contemporary arts by major American art collectors Don and Mera Rubell. Comprised of work by 28 contemporary Chinese artists whose practices span media and over 35 years, this exhibit includes art by both internationally acclaimed […]

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“28 Chinese” at the Asian Art Museum

06.23.2015
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The Asian Art Museum kicks off its “Summer of Contemporary” series with the much-anticipated 28 Chinese, an exhibition illustrative of over a decade of research, exploration, and collecting in Chinese contemporary arts by major American art collectors Don and Mera Rubell. Comprised of work by 28 contemporary Chinese artists whose practices span media and over 35 years, this exhibit includes art by both internationally acclaimed […]

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Call for Artists: Recology Artist in Residence– Due September 1, 2015

06.15.2015
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Artist in Residence 2016 Artist in Residence Application The application deadline for residencies that start in 2016 is September 1, 2015. We encourage artists working in all mediums to apply, including painters, textile artists, musicians, performers, photographers, printmakers, those working in film and video, and conceptual and installation artists. Artists must live within a one-hours-drive of the […]

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Strike Away, Curated by Courtney Cerruti and Alicia Dornadic at Paxton Gate Curiosities for Kids

06.08.2015
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Strike Away, a widely-encompassing show of nearly 450 painted, sculpted, cut, fired, and sewn artworks made from matchbooks by 225 artists from around the world now on view at Paxton Gate Curiosities for Kids is the first show artists Courtney Cerruti and Alicia Dornadic have teamed up to organize together. With a nondiscriminatory, open call for artwork that included an emphasized reach across the photo-sharing platform Instagram […]

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Photo Feature: “Wander & Wayfare” at Rocha Art

06.05.2015
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Although technology has connected artist communities across the world, enabling them to reach beyond their immediate locales for exhibitions and career opportunities, art making is arguably a pursuit that demands site-specificity,  requiring artists, particularly mural artists, to travel not only to execute and exhibit their work, but to gain more experience and build relationships. Rocha Art’s first annual Wander & Wayfare, comprised of a mural festival and […]

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“Jug Life: New Contemporary Still Life” Curated by Andrew Schoultz and Patrick Martinez at Park Life Gallery

06.03.2015
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Traditionally, the still life artwork was considered the lowest in the hierarchy of visual arts subject matter. Paintings depicting religious and historical events, portraiture, genre, and even landscape painting were held in higher academic regard. Yet, on the cusp of what is now viewed as the nascence of modern painting, still lifes began to become recognized for their depth and complexity; rife with symbolism; demanding […]

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Clemens Behr, “Variety of (N)one” at Mirus Gallery

06.01.2015
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Informed by previous experiences working as a graffiti artist, Berlin-based artist Clemens Behr integrates ephemerality and destruction into his artistic practice, as well as urban art’s improvised nature and unique means of responding to the environment where it is installed, which also provides the artist with creative inspiration. During his month-long residency at Mirus Gallery, Behr developed these foundational approaches and interests, making large-scale installations and sculptural objects […]

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