Review: The book is only the starting point in “Book as Art” at Art Institute of Atlanta-Decatur by Carole P. Kunstadt Charlene Asato, Marc Addison Brown, Geraldine Craig, John Deamond, Elmile “Annie” Donovan, Lindsey Dunnagan, Stacy Elko, Aaron Frondorf, Ania Gilmore, Francine Goodfriend, Fred Hagstrom, Karen Hardy, Candace Hicks, Shireen Holman, Stan Honda, Sarah Hulsey, Jess Jones, Lauri Jones, Rachel Kirk, Carole P. Kunstadt, Isabel Lederman, Susan Lenz, Woody Leslie, Macey Ley, Cynthia Lollis, Susan Makov, Danielle McCoy, Barry O, Lynn Skordal, Mathew Sutter, Barbara Tetenbaum, Arlene Tribbia, Melissa Wagner-Lawler at The Art Institute of Atlanta-Decatur, Gallery
July 24th - September 18th
http://www.artsatl.com/2015/09/review-book-as-art/ by Donna Mintz [more]
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We are very pleased to announce our panel of jurors for Round 5 of the ArtSlant Prize 2015!
Kelani Nichole is an independent curator and user-centered design specialist working at the intersection of Art + Technology. She is co-founder and director of TRANSFER, an exhibition space exploring contemporary computer-based practice and its physical instantiation.
Valeria Maculan is a visual artist born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Cu... [more]
by Alexandra Chipkin
On the evening of August 13th Guilmi seemed to be waking up. A cacophony of voices could be heard as townspeople and visitors gathered in a small piazza to listen to stories beingread aloud from inside a van. Later this van was opened up to reveal photographs lining the inside of the car: forming a small gallery. This gallery is in fact the perfect size for this town of no more than 200 people. The exhibition is called Avanzi, or leftovers. It is the result of about three we... [more]
ArtSlant's weekly podcast, Working (it) Out with Gillian Dykeman is now available on iTunes. Listen to new and old podcasts from the first season for free!
Working (it) Out is all about that age-old question: Does art require an audience? Gillian asks contemporary artists from around the world what their thoughts are on the relationship between artist and audience and how their work relies on or denies the audience.
You can check out the podcast on soundcloud, iTunes or on ArtSlant. [more]
Evento in concomitanza con la 56^ Biennale di Venezia - "Il grande canale della pace" esposizione in collettiva -curatore Gregorio Tossi - Acaf-Artemisia Gallery invia per conoscenza - Il Grande canale della Pace è un progetto internazionale che ha l'obiettivo di dare voce all'arte di tutto il mondo contro la guerra. L'iniziativa nasce a Venezia, il Canal Grande dell'arte universale e da lì si propagherà in Europa e nel Mondo. L'evento in concomitanza con la 56^ Biennale di Vene... [more]
Il 9 maggio 2015 è stato inaugurato a Palazzo Bollani – in Venezia, il grande e importante evento “Il Grande Canale della Pace”, un’esposizione in concomitanza con la 56^ Biennale d’Arte. In occasione di questa manifestazione, il curatore, Gregorio Rossi, ha scelto un cospicuo numero di artisti da presentare al pubblico internazionale, fra essi nove sono stati presentati da ACAF-Artemisia Gallery di Bergamo.
Nell’ingresso del Palazzo, sulla parete destra, si può ammirare... [more]
Image: Round 5 Showcase entry, Deborah Druick, Non Consensual Fragments, 2015.
$20,000 in Cash and Exhibition Awards
Round 5 is now accepting submissions for the 2015 ArtSlant Prize.
To enter, go to your profile and click enter Showcase on the right side of your screen. Round 5 ends August 28th and is the penultimate round for 2015 so be sure to get your best work seen by our panel of gallerists, curators and arts professionals before the competition comes to an end.
Up for grabs are great exposure, exhibition and sales opportunities as we... [more]
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We're excited to announce our Round 4 juried winners! Congratulations!
This round's selections courtesy of Phillip March Jones of Insititute 193, New York, and Andy of Ashes/Ashes Gallery, Los Angeles. Thank you to our jurors and all of the Winners from Round 4!
Round 5 opens on Friday, August 7th.
Learn more about the ArtSlant Prize
Round 4 Juried Winners:
Artist: Ben Rosecrans
Art or Not? Summer is properly upon us: the art world populus has migrated from urban cultural epicentres to scattered exotic outposts—but this time, the art is following them. Hoping to posit itself as one of those is Marbella, freshly added to the fair circuit, with its inaugural edition of Art Marbella. Will it change the attitudes of the cultural elite towards this coastal luxury hotspot, currently known as a magnet for Brits with bad taste? We've been on the prowl to see what's on off... [more]
Brett Day Windham - Art Marbella
ArtSlant is pleased to present Brett Day Windham at Art Marbella, a new fair in the Costa del Sol of Southern Spain. We will be exhibiting the works she completed during her time at the Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency as well as a selection of her collage work. You can find us at booth A-03 at the Palacio de Congresos, Marbella, Spain. Art Marbella runs July 30th - August 3rd.
BRETT DAY WINDHAM | www.brettdaywindham.com
Art or Not? You thought you had the art world sussed, but every once in a while it chucks you a curve ball. In short, sometimes art can seem like a joke. What if we strip away the nonsense jargon—is the artwork still an artwork? What if we attribute those words to a different image—does that make it more legit? Every week, we ask our readers to play a game of guess who, and enjoy moment of irreverance in an oh-so-serious art world...
This week: which pile of goo was made by an art... [more]
Comicon North by Vanguard Culture/Rebecca Romani by aagz Gary Aagaard, Lauren Berley, Thayer Bray, Maclovio Cantu IV, Brittany Ellis, eric garcia, Wes Hardesty, Khryztof, Michael Koerner, Alberto Lopez, Kathleen McLaughlin, Chris Smith, Richard Smolinksi, Sallie Whistler Marcucci at The Studio Door
July 3rd - July 26th
Article by Rebecca Romani
It’s late on a Friday and the Studio Door Gallery on 30th is still going strong for the opening of its national Comicon-inspired show, “Strip: Caricature, Satire and the Funnies.” The caricature artist is working on a couple who looks thrilled to be getting mildly caricaturized and someone is busily adding lines to the communal canvas off in the corner. She is concentrating so hard she barely notices people looking over her shoulder.
Image via Starbucks
Every artist worth their salt has their own distinctive aesthetic, and that proves especially important for graffiti and street art, where artists compete directly in the public space, not only to catch the eye of the passerby but to build an instantly recognizable identity within their community. Graffiti, after all, is all about whose tag is "up" the most in a territory.
Brooklyn-based Maya Hayuk works both in the streets and the studio and her aesthetic is ubiquitous. With its pop ne... [more]
Are You Living The Life You Always Wanted?
Do you fall asleep fulfilled with everything you've done?
Are you making meaningful friendships?
Spending time on your family?
Giving everyday your all?
If you are, good for you. Keep being you.
If you, like many Americans, are poor, bored and overworked, it's time you stop living like you're dying.
You may have thought of filing for bankruptcy, moving away, changing names, dealing drugs, cheating taxes...
You may have even fantasiz... [more]