The inaugural #skipgallery by co-foundering artists @catherine.borowski and @lee_baker_art - entitled 'Na I don't want none of that again'. Artist and creator @catherine.borowski was brought up in North London, a child of left-wing, academic parents. After her father left home, Borowski’s mother abruptly converted to Islam, and the artist’s work explores this dislocation and issue of identity. While undertaking the Islamic pilgrimage - known as the Hajj - to Mecca, Borowski’s mother, who had then taken the Islamic name Aliyah, died in unexplained circumstances. As the Saudi government bars all non-Muslims from visiting Mecca, Borowski is not able to visit her mother’s grave. All she has is a scrap of paper with handwritten co-ordinates on it, indicating the location of the grave. This inaugural work is an exploration, on the part of Catherine and Lee, to the themes of motherhood and mothers, as well as to Catherine’s own personal experience.
"A skips a place where you normally put rubbish so that's interesting ;-) " - David Shrigley talking about his #skipgallery exhibition entitled 'Look At This' for @canvasartsofficial .The follow-up to Skip’s inaugural show in Hoxton Square was an installation by Turner Prize nominated artist David Shrigley. Shrigley's works make satirical comments on everyday situations, with absurd recurring themes pervading his storytelling. His giant sculpture of a thumbs-up, Really Good, was unveiled atop the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square last year, and Look at This was created especially to exhibit inside Skip Gallery.
A little info behind The Base 12 Project!
Apostrophe gathered twelve artists who's work seemed to exemplify the multifaceted spirit of the emerging art world. Their plan was to throw pop-up shows once a month for a year in a variety of locations from museums to parks. They called the project Base 12 and added NYC to the end of Apostrophe because the city, which had always been part of the gallery was now literally part of the gallery. The Base 12 project kicked off with an unsanctioned opening in the stairwell of The Whitney, and from there they popped up everywhere from Clutch Magazine's trade fair in Japan to Luna Park in Coney Island. Testing the boundaries of where art can and should be shown, Base 12 began gathering recognition and sparking interest and soon was getting offers to fill spaces, both conventional and odd, with art.
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Умиротворение поглощает паника, за красотой – уродство, за жизнью – смерть.
И данная история не о том, что каждый видит то, что он хочет видеть. Нет, совсем не об этом.😳
Все просто – выставка современного искусства в Хельсинки, посвященная цифровым технологиям и интернету. Среди объектов – пространственные композиции, скульптуры, видеоинсталляции и даже объект, вовлекающий посетителя с помощью очков виртуальной реальности.
А когда не все понятно, стоит направить взгляд к аннотации работы и вновь посмотреть на происходящее – угол восприятия сразу же меняется.🙃
В моем сердце осталась смесь удивления, иногда отторжение и размышления наедине со всеми, во всяком случае, уж точно неравнодушие.🤓
А фотография сделана из окна на последней экспозиции.
The Lion Tamer. 🦁🦁
Although beautiful and majestic. Andrea Chung's exhibit - her first solo museum presentation - explores what happens when a predatory non native animal in this case, the lion fish, is released and can devastate the local eco system. Having destroyed the coral reefs and native fish populations in Jamaica, the predatory lion fish are now cannibalizing one another.
In #London ? Why not come along and visit our new Gallery. Situated on Connaught Street, a characterful corner of the West End, the gallery is just a short walk from Oxford Street and Hyde Park.
The new space will host regular exhibitions and evening events as well as being home to a team of Antiques, Asian Art and Jewellery specialists.
// #Exhibitions#Archive .
RIVER-RUN interpreta la #forza dei #luoghi , portando con sé molteplici visioni possibili di guardare e osservare il mondo, dove il #dubbio e l'#ambiguità trovano corpo in materiali crudi, grezzi, pesanti, industriali o naturali, mantenendo forme semplici e ordinarie.
RIVER-RUN interprets the #force of #places , bringing with it multiple possible visions to observe the world, where #doubt and #ambiguity take on body in crude, raw, heavy, industrial or natural materials, conserving simple and ordinary forms. •
19 November – 14 January 2017
#Richard Nonas, Untitled, 2016, 74 curbstones, variable dimensions •
About my first exhibition in London ''Pop Art From North Africa'' !!!
Will be showing works of La Terre s'envole - الأرض تحلق !!!
Stay tuned !!! Collective exhibition in London, at @p21_gallery in collaboration with the @arabbritishcentre curated by Najlaa Elageli and Toufik Douib.