Summer is now ended, if not foregone. Returned to work, the art world prepares for the robust fall calendar. Here is our look back on the week previewing some upcoming events and recent profiles.
Modern Art Oxford presents Life, Belief and Beyond, the first posthumous exhibition of works by the highly acclaimed and influential artist Rose Finn-Kelcey. The exhibit focuses on Finn-Kelcey’s explorations of power, performance, political commentary, and perceptions of the self, belief and spirituality. On view through October 15, 2017.
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents an exhibition of Nepokorennye Prospect, held in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Nepokorennye studio. In a variety of art forms, from easel and monumental painting to performance and installation, among the twenty artists participating include Ilya Gaponov, and Irina Drozd. September 9 – November 12, 2017.
Urbanautica presents the book release of Inhabitants, a work which stems from a photographic survey conducted by Andrea Buzzichelli during 2015 in the National Park of Casentinesi Forests in Italy where the he creates his vision of the forest and the animal life found within. Available September 7, 2017.
The event showcases the photography from the winners of one of the most prestigious professional competitions in the world. In 2016, 5000 photographers from 125 countries submitted a total of 80,000 images. On view through one hundred different cities this fall and winter, 2017-2018.
A selected group of 72 young talents representing the next generation of artists will gather at Art Next Expo in Hong Kong. Formerly known as New Art Wave, Art Next is the second edition of the expo which connects the next generation of young artists (the youngest being 11 years old) with the world of art professionals and collectors. October 6-9, 2017.
Foam is proud to present the work of twenty new Foam Talents. The annual Talent Call is an international search for exceptionally talented photographers under the age of 35. The submissions form an intriguing barometer of current developments in contemporary photography. Through November 12, 2017.
Hart Crane, the precocious American poet of the lost generation: “And now, before its arteries turn dark. I would have you meet this bartered blood.” Anna Morosini, previously selected for 30 Under 30 / Women Photographers 2015. Gian Marco San, coming out with his photo book this week, Malagrotta, through Urbanautica.