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Alex Prager
Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive
Through Oct 14, 2018 / The Photographers’ Gallery
Tracing Prager’s remarkably rich career over the last ten years, the exhibition covers over 40 works, including her trademark, large-scale Technicolor photographs alongside her complete films.
Karine Roué
Art Photography Awards / LensCulture
Submission Deadline July 3, 2018
LensCulture’s new Art Photography Awards seek to discover and highlight the diverse and creative ways photographers are pushing the medium and reinventing our definitions of art made with photography.
Michel Majerus
Michel Majerus at Kunsthalle Bielefeld
June 16 - September 9, 2018
Kunsthalle Bielefeld presents Michel Majerus’ exhibition “In EUROPE Everything Appears More Serious Than in the USA” focusing on Majerus’ early works that have never been shown before in public.
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The week in Review
Trade Wars, mega mergers, the World Cup. Politicians in Mexico killed off before upcoming elections like a TV series season finale. The U.S. to withdraw from the UN Human Rights. And now for the arts.
Latest Articles
Alex Prager
Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive
Through Oct 14, 2018 / The Photographers’ Gallery
Tracing Prager’s remarkably rich career over the last ten years, the exhibition covers over 40 works, including her trademark, large-scale Technicolor photographs alongside her complete films.
Karine Roué
Art Photography Awards / LensCulture
Submission Deadline July 3, 2018
LensCulture’s new Art Photography Awards seek to discover and highlight the diverse and creative ways photographers are pushing the medium and reinventing our definitions of art made with photography.
Michel Majerus
Michel Majerus at Kunsthalle Bielefeld
June 16 - September 9, 2018
Kunsthalle Bielefeld presents Michel Majerus’ exhibition “In EUROPE Everything Appears More Serious Than in the USA” focusing on Majerus’ early works that have never been shown before in public.
ARTPIL / Prescription .049
The week in Review
Trade Wars, mega mergers, the World Cup. Politicians in Mexico killed off before upcoming elections like a TV series season finale. The U.S. to withdraw from the UN Human Rights. And now for the arts.
Marlene Dumas
Marlene Dumas / Myths and Mortals
Through June 30, 2018 / David Zwirner
Dumas will debut a series of works originally created for a Dutch translation of Shakespeare’s Venus & Adonis, alongside new paintings ranging from monumental nudes to intimately scaled canvases.
Joachim Hildebrand
Joachim Hildebrand / Wild West
Through August 17, 2018 / Alp Galleries
Instead of the virgin landscape or remnants of the better days of the American dream, Hildebrand displays a paved paradise that is manufactured. It is a global Wild West in the middle of America.
Latest Articles
Alex Prager
Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive
Through Oct 14, 2018 / The Photographers’ Gallery
Tracing Prager’s remarkably rich career over the last ten years, the exhibition covers over 40 works, including her trademark, large-scale Technicolor photographs alongside her complete films.
Karine Roué
Art Photography Awards / LensCulture
Submission Deadline July 3, 2018
LensCulture’s new Art Photography Awards seek to discover and highlight the diverse and creative ways photographers are pushing the medium and reinventing our definitions of art made with photography.
Michel Majerus
Michel Majerus at Kunsthalle Bielefeld
June 16 - September 9, 2018
Kunsthalle Bielefeld presents Michel Majerus’ exhibition “In EUROPE Everything Appears More Serious Than in the USA” focusing on Majerus’ early works that have never been shown before in public.
ARTPIL / Prescription .049
The week in Review
Trade Wars, mega mergers, the World Cup. Politicians in Mexico killed off before upcoming elections like a TV series season finale. The U.S. to withdraw from the UN Human Rights. And now for the arts.
Marlene Dumas
Marlene Dumas / Myths and Mortals
Through June 30, 2018 / David Zwirner
Dumas will debut a series of works originally created for a Dutch translation of Shakespeare’s Venus & Adonis, alongside new paintings ranging from monumental nudes to intimately scaled canvases.
Joachim Hildebrand
Joachim Hildebrand / Wild West
Through August 17, 2018 / Alp Galleries
Instead of the virgin landscape or remnants of the better days of the American dream, Hildebrand displays a paved paradise that is manufactured. It is a global Wild West in the middle of America.