An assortment of enthralling video installations explore representations of nature and the reconstruction of space through ‘new media,’ including projection and 3D scanning. The Nonspaces group exhibition at the Akbank Sanat arts center in Istanbul features a number of diverse digital artworks that imagine abstract landscapes of natural and artificial space.
David Hockney’s retrospective opens February 9 at the Tate Britain in London, presenting an overview of the English artist’s breadth of work.
Butterflies flap, a wild ocean rages and a waterfall cascades through the space in teamLab’s digital art exhibition, currently on show at Pace London.
At This Doctor’s New Gallery, Art Is Medicine. DENK, a new gallery in downtown Los Angeles, is focused on showing art that will bring wellness to the community
Saatchi Gallery in London stress that this will be “the world’s first exhibition exploring the history of the #selfie from the old masters to the present day”. Huawei Mobile.
The exhibition examines O’Keeffe not only as an artist but also as a public figure with an enduring influence. ‘Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern’ is part of the Brooklyn Museum’s yearlong celebration of feminist thinking.
An exhibition urges designers to think about how they want to live as they age.
Maison & Objet 2017 to Showcase British Design and Silence Theme. 20-24th January 2017
An exhibition in Paris explores the Irish wit’s literary exploits, aesthetic tastes, and friendships with artists… An exhibition in Paris explores the Irish wit’s literary exploits, aesthetic tastes, and friendships with artists.
Sep 16th, 2016 – Feb 5th, 2017 / The Jewish Museum invites you to take the art home with you in their latest exhibition.
December 20 – April 29, 2017 / Curated by Maya Dvash “Overview” is the latest exhibition at the Design Museum Holon in Israel, all focused on one of the greatest inventions of our time, the eyeglasses.
In 1938, MoMA issued a press memo informing New York City editors that on December 7, the Museum would open “what will probably be considered its most unusual exhibition—and certainly one of its largest.” That exhibition was “Bauhaus: 1919–1928”, an expansive survey dedicated to this incomparably influential German school of art and design. Read the […]