MUSEION and Henry Moore Institute present Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa in Bolzano

Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa brings together works by American artist Carol Bove (b. 1971) spanning 2003 to 2014 with vitrines, easels, sculptures and architectural prototypes by Venetian architect and exhibition designer Carlo Scarpa (1906–78). Curated by the Henry Moore Institute (Leeds, UK), a centre for the study of sculpture, Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa spans three international venues. ...

Prestigious new prize for art and film: the EYE Prize

Marking a new collaboration between EYE, the Dutch film museum and the Patrick & Joan Leigh Fermor Arts Fund, the creation of the EYE Prize is set to highlight the intricate relation between contemporary art and film. The annual 25,000 GBP prize is to fund the making of new work by a living artist. The aim of the prize ...

Vincent Meessen, together with guest artists

The Belgian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale will present the work of the Belgian artist Vincent Meessen, together with international guest artists. The title of the exhibition, Personne et Les autres, is borrowed from a lost play by André Frankin, a Belgian art critic affiliated with the Lettrist and Situationist Internationals. The exhibition takes the history of the ...

Issue 37 out now

Afterall is pleased to present issue 37, autumn/winter 2014, which looks at the impact of connectivity upon artistic practices: from Juan Downey's pioneering use of video within South American indigenous cultures to the performance of the self in the work of the post-internet generation, Otobong Nkanga's conversational sculptures or Janice Kerbel's deconstruction of communicative structures. We also examine the changing ...

“Blurring Boundaries and Bridging Gaps: Communication and Education in the field of Contemporary Art”

This symposium will give insight into how practices from the field of communication and education are increasingly being used in museums today to reach different publics. The invited speakers will explore contradictions, challenges and opportunities in adapting new tools for communicating and mediating contemporary art. The museum visit no longer starts and ends as you enter and exit the ...

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Featured Artist: Johan Potma // Berlin

We're incredibly proud to count Berlin based artist Johan Potma as a BAP member. Johan's been featured as a BAP Artist of the Month and has had his work covered by Communication Arts. He's truly a gifted artist with a talent for creating creatures and scenes that you wish were real. Check out all of his ... Continue reading ›

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Contemporary/Modern: Selections from the Permanent Collection

Contemporary/Modern: Selections from the Permanent Collection brings together a selection of significant paintings and sculpture from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art's permanent collection that highlights the persistent influence of modernism. While recent works inventively reference and reinterpret the past—including both popular and obscure forms of painting, architecture, and design—earlier works, representing notable movements in abstract ... Continue reading ›

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Artist Interview: Molly Crabapple, New York, NY

1. What inspires you these days? Caffeine. Naked girl parties, silly rich people, big canvases, pretty shoes that hurt. 2. Who are your heroes? Christopher Hitchens, Joan Sfar and Fatima Mernissi rock my socks. 3. What is your idea of perfect happiness? Sitting in my loft when the sun is shining just right drinking epic strong coffee and reading comics. 4. What ... Continue reading ›

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Artist Interview: 10 with Pieter Borst

Netherlands based artist and BAP member Pieter Borst creates surreal worlds of goodzillas and bad smurfs. Explore his work and get to know him a little better below. 1. What inspires you these days? The relationship between people, their emotions and their place in this crazy society. How we can act as a group and as individuals. Visually: ... Continue reading ›

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MUSEION and Henry Moore Institute present Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa in Bolzano

Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa brings together works by American artist Carol Bove (b. 1971) spanning 2003 to 2014 with vitrines, easels, sculptures and architectural prototypes by Venetian architect and exhibition designer Carlo Scarpa (1906–78). Curated by the Henry Moore Institute (Leeds, UK), a centre for the study of sculpture, Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa spans ... Continue reading ›

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Vincent Meessen, together with guest artists

The Belgian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale will present the work of the Belgian artist Vincent Meessen, together with international guest artists. The title of the exhibition, Personne et Les autres, is borrowed from a lost play by André Frankin, a Belgian art critic affiliated with the Lettrist and Situationist Internationals. The exhibition takes the ... Continue reading ›

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Issue 37 out now

Afterall is pleased to present issue 37, autumn/winter 2014, which looks at the impact of connectivity upon artistic practices: from Juan Downey's pioneering use of video within South American indigenous cultures to the performance of the self in the work of the post-internet generation, Otobong Nkanga's conversational sculptures or Janice Kerbel's deconstruction of communicative structures. We also ... Continue reading ›

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“Blurring Boundaries and Bridging Gaps: Communication and Education in the field of Contemporary Art”

This symposium will give insight into how practices from the field of communication and education are increasingly being used in museums today to reach different publics. The invited speakers will explore contradictions, challenges and opportunities in adapting new tools for communicating and mediating contemporary art. The museum visit no longer starts and ends as you enter ... Continue reading ›

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Tadej Poga?ar & the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Museum of Contemporary Art

The exhibition presents a comprehensive survey of Tadej Poga?ar's creative output over the past few decades and his P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Museum of Contemporary Art, with special emphasis on selected projects that have left a lasting mark on contemporary art production in Slovenia. Devising fictitious systems and establishing fictitious institutions, Poga?ar explores and spotlights hidden, obscured or ignored ... Continue reading ›

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Confessions of the Imperfect

On Saturday 22 November, the Van Abbemuseum opens the exhibition Confessions of the Imperfect, 1848 – 1989 – Today.  Confessions of the Imperfect is an exhibition on art, design, life and work, structured as a practical and experiential survey of the modern world. The exhibition presents a diverse mix of historical material, design and contemporary art ... Continue reading ›

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The Darknet

There is a parallel world beneath the surface of the Internet: the Darknet is an encrypted, invisible network that cannot be accessed by conventional browsers or search engines but is nevertheless used by millions. This digital territory is the impulse for cooperation between the artist collective !Mediengruppe Bitnik  (Carmen Weisskopf and Domagoj Smoljo), the project :digital brainstorming from ... Continue reading ›

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Carlos Garaicoa

The Botín Foundation hosts until 1 March 2015 the exhibition Apparent Order (Poetical-Political), by Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa (b. 1967, Havana), who returns to Santander this year after directing the International Workshop at the Villa Iris, which was attended by 15 young artists. Curated by Vicente Todolí, President of the Foundation's Visual Arts Advisory Committee, the ... Continue reading ›

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Chris Ofili

This October, the New Museum presents the first major solo museum exhibition in the United States of artist Chris Ofili's work. Occupying the Museum's three main galleries, Chris Ofili: Night and Day spans the artist's influential career, encompassing his paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Over the past two decades, Ofili's practice has become identified with vibrant and ... Continue reading ›