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The 1990s witnessed that installation art become an emergent form of expression in the post-modern art world. This is reflected in the National Museum's collection. Installation art arose through, among other things, the historical avant-garde's anti-aesthetic artistic vision early in the twentieth century.
The exhibited works of Maria Grigoriadi come from her latest series of works with the title “Togetherness”, The joy of coexistence. A joy undermined by lack of space, i.e. lack of time or inclination.
The exhibition is the first large scale presentation of Nicholas Hlobo’s work in Scandinavia. It shows Hlobo’s use of sculpture, installation, performance and drawings to investigate a variety of subjects.
Blain|Southern is delighted to present The Curious Image, the first solo exhibition in the UK by the celebrated Dutch artist and designer Jeroen Verhoeven. The centrepiece of the exhibition is Lectori Salutem, a monumental creation made from highly-polished steel.
Pier 24 Photography is pleased to present the exhibition, HERE. This exhibition features a selection of works produced by Bay Area photographers as well as a range of images of San Francisco, with an emphasis on the late-twentieth century.
This summer, Tate Modern will bring together new images of Afghanistan taken by British photographer Simon Norfolk (b.1963) alongside those taken by the nineteenth-century Irish photographer John Burke (1843-1900).
In the early 20th century, following the development of the entertainment industry, hundreds of auditoriums were built everywhere in North America. Major entertainment firms and movie studios commissioned specialized architects to build grandiose and extravagant theaters.
Every Spring in the South of France, the ‘International Fashion and Photography Festival’ spotlights young promising artists in the fields of fashion and photography. The festival proposes diverse exhibitions, professional panel discussions and two competitions.
The Museum of Contemporary Art presents Art in the Streets, the first major U.S. museum exhibition on the history of graffiti and street art, April 17 through August 8, 2011, at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
This exhibition presents the work of the visionary architect and theorist Anne Tyng. Since the 1950s, when she worked closely with Louis I. Kahn and independently pioneered habitable space-frame architecture...