O título da próxima exposição de João Modé, Algumas coisas que estão comigo, remete a agrupamentos de objetos que acontecem por si em ações que ocorrem no tempo. O artista percebe que os objetos em seu ateliê se agrupam de modos inusitados e próprios, por meio de diversas ações que se passam ao longo do tempo...
March 29th, 2014 - April 1st, 2016
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Closure Notice: The Alaska State Museum at 395 Whittier Street will close its doors following the Final Friday event on February 28, 2014. Expected reopening in the new State Library, Archives and Museum (SLAM) building will take place in April 2016. The new 118,000 square-foot facility, located at 395 Whittier Street, will feature a gift store, cafeteria, auditorium, classroom, reading room, museum ga...
Arizona State University Art Museum
Tenth Street and Mill Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85287-2911
May 2nd - August 1st
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The contemporary view of what constitutes a family is more expansive that ever before. Whatever their composition, families still matter. Homes, pets, good times and bad are all embraced as part of family life. Family Matters puts families and the many things that matter to them in focus. Games, books and a photo booth in the exhibition invite your family to join in the fun. This exhibition is sup...
ARKANSAS ART CENTER-MUSEUM OF ART
501 East 9th Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
501 372 4000 http://www.arkarts.com
July 10th - September 20th
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The Delta Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture formed in 1958 to feature contemporary work by artists from Arkansas and bordering states. Today, the Annual Delta Exhibition has grown to encompass works in all media as showcase for the dynamic vision of the artists of the Mississippi Delta region. The exhibition reflects the region’s strong traditions of craftsmanship and observation, combin...
ARNDT Singapore is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition by Khadim Ali.
Following the style of miniature painting and rug making, Sydney-based artist Khadim Ali makes use of traditional methods in his work which draws inspiration from Afghan mythology dating back thousands of years.
The artist hails from the Hazara minority in Afghanistan where his family was forced to flee from their hom...
The Old Skating Rink Gallery , 34 - 36 Bethel Street
Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1NR, United Kingdom
01603 763345 http://www.art1821.com
July 3rd - August 29th
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Royal Geographical Society Photographer of the year Andy Rouse and celebrated Indian photographer Aditya Singh have worked together for a number of years observing the tigers of Ranthambhore in India. This exhibition explores the narratives and technical skills required to produce rare and accomplished images.
Born in China’s Fujian Province, Cai studied stage design at the Shanghai Theatre Academy, after which he spent nearly nine years in Japan. The artist’s use of gunpowder and its explosion on various media brought him international fame. Now based in New York, he initiates and takes part in projects around the world, cooperating with local communities and inviting larges numbers of part...
October 25th, 2014 - October 4th
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Asian art of the past and present has a proud place in the Art Gallery of NSW collection. In a major refresh of our Asian galleries, this exhibition brings old and new together in a series of dynamic conversations.
Leading off those conversations are 24 renowned contemporary artists, among them Anish Kapoor, Ai Weiwei, Suda Yoshihiro, Shahzia Sikander and Ah Xian. Far from seeing the art of the pas...
November 15th, 2014 - November 1st
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This exhibition takes its title from an evocative quote by Kuninjku artist Ivan Namirrkki, which speaks of the innate attachment Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to country and to water.
The works – all from the Gallery’s collection – examine the diverse ways our artists explore the notion of water, from intricate bark paintings of sea life and the beings that inhab...
Celebrating the 40-year career of leading Aboriginal painter Ronnie Tjampitjinpa.
Pintupi artist Ronnie Tjampitjinpa was one of the youngest of the group of men who began painting at Papunya in 1971, which led to the emergence of the Western Desert art movement. A founder of the hugely influential Papunya Tula Artists, he became as one of their major painters in the early 1990s and continues to p...
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landing at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, this exhibition from the Gallery’s collection explores how Australian artists responded to World War I, both during the conflict and in its aftermath.
Official Australian war artists, including Will Dyson, George W Lambert, Arthur Streeton, Fred Leist and Septimus Power, were assigned the task of creating a...
The debut presentation of an important new acquisition for the Art Gallery of NSW – Jazz by Henri Matisse.
Arguably one of the most beloved artworks of the 20th century, Matisse’s Jazz communicates an exceptional sense of joy and freedom thanks to its originality, spontaneity, and intense colours. This illustrated book is based on collages that the artist made by cutting sheets...