Festival Wo bitte geht’s nach Arkadien? / 2 Interventionen im öffentlichen Raum 7. Mai – 18. Juli 2021 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Share on pinterest Share on telegram Share on xing Share on odnoklassniki 7. Mai – 18. Juli / Online-Aktion 7. Mai – 18. Juli / Online-Initiative Elisabeth Ajtay (New York City) – Paradise.Here Die Online-Aktion Paradise.Here will mehr über die Ziele, Ideale, Ängste und Wünsche von Menschen herausfinden. Elisabeth Ajtay wird ein Panorama von Befindlichkeiten erstellen und ein Bild aufzeigen von dem, was bereits getan wurde, und von dem, was
Hopper Prize Fall 2020 Finalist and Interview I am thrilled to have been selected as a finalist for the Fall 2020 Individual Artist Grants by jurors Christine Koppes, Curator and Director of Public Programs San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art and Jade Powers, Assistant Curator, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Visit hopperprize.org to explore my portfolio and that of the grant winners and shortlisted fellow artists. Read the full online interview here or below. How did you get into making art? I began drawing around the age of nine. I recall the corridor that connected two apartments in our first
Untitled (Foreign Angst) All of The Lights Online Group Exhibition February 10 – March 31 Light, literally or metaphorically can stir conversation on direction, intensity, color,contrast, and hardness. There are seven basic properties of light: reflection, refraction, diffraction, interference, polarization, dispersion and scattering. Properties of visible light are intensity, propagation direction, and frequency. Light can be conceptual: have you seen a light at the end of a dark tunnel? In Edgar Allen Poe’s poem “A Dream” from the 1830’s, he wrote “In visions of the dark night, I have dreamed of joy departed— But a waking dream of life and
SOHO PHOTO – January Show Previous Next Exhibition Dates: January 29 – February 25, 2021 Pleased to be a guest exhibiting artist next to work by Linda Sandow, Thom O’Connor and Jen Kiaba. SOHO Photo Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Email Telegram
What do Pablo Picasso’s Guernica (1937), Alfredo Jaar’s Rwanda Project (1994-98), Teresa Serrano’s Amapola (2017), and Yoko Ono’s Dream Together (2020) have in common? They individually focus on traumatic events such as, respectively, the bombing of a Spanish city, genocide in Rwanda, drug wars and femicide in a Mexican city that borders the USA, and the current Covid-19, global pandemic. Each work cited, of which there are many more in the history of art with similar themes, is characterized by a unique aesthetic that doesn’t diminish any of its content but rather impacts the viewer in direct or oblique ways.
Exhibition Dates: February 6 – April 24, 2020 Opening: February 6 | 6-8pm Curator: Hanna Regev Paying homage to Bauhaus at 100, Echoes of Bauhaus Photography Cast Long Shadows exhibition explores the far-reaching impact of Bauhaus ideas in recent photography and photo-based art. By bringing together all of its forms – prints, projections, and installations – this exhibition explores how Bay Area artists draw on the school’s aesthetic and spirit of unlimited experimentation and continue to push the limits of the medium through the innovative use of technology, novel photographic techniques and interdisciplinary strategies. Participating artists are Elisabeth Ajtay Rachelle Bussieres Antonio Cortez John