The awakening of adolescence has been a recurring theme that has always fascinated a great many visual artists; conflicts of identity, physical metamorphosis, psychological instability (more…)
The Shadow Pandemic
Violence against Women in Times of Covid
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This other virus, which has existed for a far greater period of time and whose rate of contagion is perhaps the highest known – the population in denial even more staggering – has not yet a cure.
Photo Rachel Jump
CURE (the Work)
Oct 4, 2020 – Jan 3, 2021
Z33 / Art, Design and Architecture
Sam Lewitt retools the economic transition of the demolition of the Ford Genk. This dispersed presentation at Z33 raises the question of where we locate the ‘work’ as an activity and as a product.
Installation Sam Lewitt
I Can Make You Feel Good
Through Dec 31, 2020
ICP International Center for Photography
Mitchell captures young black people in gardens, parks or in idyllic studio backdrops where they appear as free, expressive, effortless, sensitive and proud, bringing their humanity to the forefront.
Image Tyler Mitchell
30 Under 30
11th Edition / 2020
Artpil / Nov 1 – Dec 31, 2020
For its 11th Edition, Artpil is proud to announce the exhibition of 30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2020, with styles ranging from art photography to documentary, portraiture to street and fashion.
Photo Iness Rychlik
Short Film Festival 2020
November 3–30, 2020
Aesthetica / Online & Streaming
Film is transformative. It can take you to new places and teach you new things. This year's festival offering spans the full range of genres and is presented with digital and live streamed events.
Image: Borderlands, Dir. Simon Lane
Bernd & Hilla Becher changed the course of late 20th century photography. Working as a couple, they focused on a single subject: the disappearing industrial architecture that fueled the modern era.
Artists who use the medium are there to remind us of what we want to neither hear nor see. “It is to the visible, to images, that man turns for a radical testimony of his own being, his own nature.”
The Arctic was never considered a place for women, historically deemed unfit to deal with the challenges of an isolated life in the wilderness. This project aims to propose a different narrative.
We are rounding out our fifth year with nearly 3 million visits strong. A very exciting journey it has been, indeed. With our five year anniversary musings, we continue to move forward.
Each painting is made from a composite archive of found images supplemented by her own imagination, rendered in expressive, short brushstrokes and a distinctive palette of dark, dramatic tones.