Paradigm Shifts: Beatrice Mady and Heather Williams presents compositions rooted in the enduring power of layers: layered imagery, textures and hues. Works on view make evident the shift that occurs when different mediums converge, whether it be digital and analog or pigment and found materials. For Beatrice Mady, the shift from digital image and composite painting forms the foundation of the compositions on view in the exhibition. In her work “Someplace Else,” the presence of repetitive motifs contrasts against a shifting color palette, providing the viewer with a concerto of mark-making and color balance. As the artist notes, the “spiritual state (latent in) dualistic elements” forms a point for shifts to occur in her works on view, ranging from photography to abstract painting. For Heather Williams, the shift in duality is present in foregrounding both, “spiritual legacy and my concerns for our environment and the well-being of Black people.” In her mixed-media work, “Black Hair is Legal Now,” the artist places pigment on the canvas along with locs of her hair, offering these strands a potent position of power encircling the center of the composition. The artist creates visual movement while referencing legal frameworks, such as the Crown Act, advanced in order to work against existing systemic racism. In her compositions, Williams incorporates – in her words – a “labyrinth of texture, movement and meaning.” The harmonious balance of dualities, their presence and absence, is potent throughout works on view in Paradigm Shifts. Curated by ANTE Curatorial. The show is open by appointment for guests (email@example.com). Zoom Virtual Tour: Mon, Oct 3, 7pm (link in bio of Instagram account: @ante__curatorial).
Standard Space Gallery presents Structured Optimism, an exhibition featuring: Elan Cadiz, Yvette Molina, Katarra Peterson and Lina Puerte. Curated by, Douglas Turner. Opening Reception: Sat, Sep 3, 4:30-7:30pm.
Artistes : Yann Bagot, Christoper Coppers, Denmark, Clement Garnung, Kendell Geers, Themba Khumalo, Harold Lechien, Benon Lutaaya, Gherard Marx, Lwandiso Njara, Mohau Modisakeng, Mfundo Mthiyane, Robin Rhode, Barbara Schroeder, Usha Seejarim, Xavier Servas, Chris Soal, Renaud Suanez, Kwezi Strydom, Mohammed Thara, Michel Tombroff. Lieu : Abbaye de la Cambre, 17, Bruxelles.
A solo exhibition featuring the work of Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara, Cuban artist in prison, curated by Claudia Genlui, curatorial consulting and planning, Rochi Llaneza.
Le défi écologique est au cœur des engagements de la Ville d’Agen. La sensibilisation des jeunes générations au respect de la nature et de la biodiversité constitue un des enjeux majeurs de ce début de XXIe siècle. Afin d’apporter sa pierre à l’édifice, la Ville d’Agen, en partenariat avec l’association Forest Art Project, organise du 29 janvier au 30 avril 2022, à l’église des Jacobins, l’exposition "Forest Art Project". Elle réunit les oeuvres des artistes Mark Alsterlind, Naïmé Amelot, Ursula Caruel, Claude Como, Vincent Lajarige, Baptiste Lignel, Gilles Tellier, Thierry Dubreuil, Sarah Valente, Mathilde Wolff, ainsi que les dessins du botaniste Francis Hallé. Commissaire : Pauline Lisowski.
Emeryville Celebration of the Arts, Inc. announces the 35th Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition, a live month-long juried exhibition featuring over 200 pieces of artwork created by 85 Emeryville artists: Jessalyn Aaland, Alla Agafonov, Fares Alwan, Suzanne Anderson-Carey, Mari Andrews, Salma Arastu, Susan Avila, Lena Badhia, Prabin Badhia, Robin Bernstein, Priscilla Birge, Linda Lee Boyd, Steve Bronson, Tavi Carpenter, Steve Chellis, Frank Cole, Cheryl Coon, Caitlin Coreris, Cesar Cueva, Corinne Manabat Cueva, Arie Dallas, Ronald Davis, Scott Donahue, Erin Fong, John Friedman, Ruth Gilmore, Marvin Granlund, Ralph Greenberg, Carl Hoard II, Ann Holsberry, Craig Hong, Archana Horsting, Cheshire Isaacs, Addie Jenkins, Jerry Jezowski, Dale Johnson, Ken Kalman, Rachel Kalman, Sarah Kobrinsky, Thérèse Lahaie, Stephen Lefkovits, John Lund, Lenore McDonald, Pam Mendelsohn, Mary Ann Merker, Juliet Mevi, James Morris, Theresa Muñoz, Michael Murphy, Yuzo Nakano, Bonnie Neumann, Jeannie O'Connor, Nora Pauwels, Michael Pope, Tamura Price, Ruth Rhoten, Laura Rifkin, Lisa Rock, Foad Satterfield, La Rae Schneider, Amitai Schwartz, William Schwob, Susan Scott, Alexis Seary, Courtney Sennish, Stephen Senter, Vickie Jo Sowell, M. Louise Stanley, Cuong Ta, Will Tait, T Tanchelev, Michael Teresko, Michelle Ternus, Michele Théberge, Kim Thoman, Bonnie Thomas, Bradley Tomy, Lynne Turner, Xan Blood Walker, Jesse Walton, Chiachen Wang, Kazuko Watanabe, John Whitehead, Derrick Williams, John W Wood, Troy Ziel. Opening Reception: Fri, Oct 1, 6-9pm, 5690 Bay Street, Emeryville, CA.
Juxtapositions includes linocuts and egg tempera and watercolour paintings. The theme of the exhibition is a creative interpretation of the word juxtaposition. New art is juxtaposed with older and recent work. Paintings in different media and prints will be exhibited side by side with black and white motifs versus a coloured version; rural with cityscapes; insects with birds; bats with humans; sheds with sheds, etc. It is both academic and thoughtful, sometimes humorous. A selection of Paula's much loved older linocuts The Classics will be separately exhibited.
Artist O. Yemi Tubi (MOYAT) has had 3 works selected as part of 388 for the Art Revolution Taipei annual exhibition in Taiwan in the month of May 2021. This is a moment to celebrate for Taiwan now has the honor to take a look at the artworks of the best thriving artists from around the world. There are estimated 4,342 pieces of artworks submitted for the 2020 International Artist Grand Prize Competition created by artists from 82 different countries. 388 outstand in this extremely competitive contest and will be exhibited from 14th May until the 17th 2021 at Art Revolution Taipei.
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