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The New Exhibition of Matthew Day Jackson and Art News of the Week 7 – 13 September 2020

A project is being prepared to take a laser scan of the city of Venice, Italy. The aim is to have a complete digital record of this ancient city that could soon be underwater due to rising sea levels. Art News of the Week 7 - 13 September 2020

The large-scale work that Jean Dubuffet never saw and Art News of the Week 31 August – 6 September 2020

The organizers of Art Basel Miami Beach have decided to cancel the event until next year. ‘Beyond the Streets’ will launch a new online art fair for December 5th and 6th. The Massachusetts-based Cordova Sculpture Park and Museum have named Sonya Clark as the winner of this year's $35,000 Rappaport Award.

The British Museum Reopens and the Art News of the Week 24 – 30 August

Bansky had started an initiative with a rescue boat that will transport refugees from North Africa, crossing the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. Art News of the Week 24 – 30 August

Susan Chen’s Portraits of Asian Americans and Art News of the Week 17 – 23 August

Ai Weiwei released CoroNation on August 21, a documentary that shows the closure that began in January in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Monet's Impression, Sunrise will be on display at the Shanghai Unique Art Museum from September 17th to January 3rd, 2021. Art Basel will open two online viewing rooms during the coming European autumn. Susan Chen’s Portraits of Asian Americans make their entries in the Meredith Rosen Gallery in New York. Art News week 17-23 August 2020.

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Omar Victor Diop, The Power of Contemporary Photography

Omar Victor Diop was born in Dakar, Senegal in 1980. Since he was a child, he had a great interest in photography and design, using this interest as a means to achieve to capture the diversity within modern societies and lifestyles in his native Africa.

Rirkrit Tiravanija – Contemplative Contemporary

Rirkrit Tiravanija is well known for his conceptual pieces which focus more on the idea than the object itself. For instance, in his exhibition “Pad Thai 1990” we see him serve traditional Thai food and drink as a part of his show encouraging social interaction between people. The smell of cooking and feeding the public are two vital elements for his installations.

The New Exhibition of Matthew Day Jackson and Art News of the Week 7 – 13 September 2020

A project is being prepared to take a laser scan of the city of Venice, Italy. The aim is to have a complete digital record of this ancient city that could soon be underwater due to rising sea levels. Art News of the Week 7 - 13 September 2020

The large-scale work that Jean Dubuffet never saw and Art News of the Week 31 August – 6 September 2020

The organizers of Art Basel Miami Beach have decided to cancel the event until next year. ‘Beyond the Streets’ will launch a new online art fair for December 5th and 6th. The Massachusetts-based Cordova Sculpture Park and Museum have named Sonya Clark as the winner of this year's $35,000 Rappaport Award.

Contemporary Landscape Painting

The beginnings of landscape painting The art of landscape painting refers to the painting of outdoor scenes. The choice of scenery by artists has changed over...

The British Museum Reopens and the Art News of the Week 24 – 30 August

Bansky had started an initiative with a rescue boat that will transport refugees from North Africa, crossing the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. Art News of the Week 24 – 30 August

Bharti Kher, Contemporary Indian Art

Born in 1969 in London, United Kingdom, and from Indian parents, Bharti Kher is a contemporary British-Indian artist. Her areas of expertise are painting, collage, photography, installation, and she had worked with sculptures too.

Chinese Contemporary Art

The history of contemporary Chinese art begins with a socio-political movement that took place in China from 1966 to 1976 called the Chinese Cultural Revolution. At the end of this, Chinese artists were suddenly confronted with the history of Western art.

Susan Chen’s Portraits of Asian Americans and Art News of the Week 17 – 23 August

Ai Weiwei released CoroNation on August 21, a documentary that shows the closure that began in January in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Monet's Impression, Sunrise will be on display at the Shanghai Unique Art Museum from September 17th to January 3rd, 2021. Art Basel will open two online viewing rooms during the coming European autumn. Susan Chen’s Portraits of Asian Americans make their entries in the Meredith Rosen Gallery in New York. Art News week 17-23 August 2020.

Janine Antoni, on the Edge of Artistic Expression and Provocation

Janine Antoni develops her artistic activity through installations and performances. She has a personal, unique and radical style, which differs significantly from the other usual proposals of the artistic scene. Born in the Bahamas on January 19, 1964, she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1989.

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Omar Victor Diop, The Power of Contemporary Photography

Omar Victor Diop was born in Dakar, Senegal in 1980. Since he was a child, he had a great interest in photography and design, using this interest as a means to achieve to capture the diversity within modern societies and lifestyles in his native Africa.

Rirkrit Tiravanija – Contemplative Contemporary

Rirkrit Tiravanija is well known for his conceptual pieces which focus more on the idea than the object itself. For instance, in his exhibition “Pad Thai 1990” we see him serve traditional Thai food and drink as a part of his show encouraging social interaction between people. The smell of cooking and feeding the public are two vital elements for his installations.

Bharti Kher, Contemporary Indian Art

Born in 1969 in London, United Kingdom, and from Indian parents, Bharti Kher is a contemporary British-Indian artist. Her areas of expertise are painting, collage, photography, installation, and she had worked with sculptures too.

Janine Antoni, on the Edge of Artistic Expression and Provocation

Janine Antoni develops her artistic activity through installations and performances. She has a personal, unique and radical style, which differs significantly from the other usual proposals of the artistic scene. Born in the Bahamas on January 19, 1964, she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1989.