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The Week in Review

 

A month into our launch and deep into summer, we have clocked in over 25,000 visits. Thank you for that. Now, the week in review:

 

 

Summers are slow with many galleries – and some lucky artists – on holiday, but there is no shortage of festivals, now or gearing up for fall. Welcome to the .005th edition of Prescriptions. Here is our review of the week in the arts.

Documenta 14

Through September 17 / Kassel, Germany

Locarno 70 Film Festival

August 2-12, 2017 / Locarno, Switzerland

Sydney Contemporary 2017

September 7-10, 2017 / Carriageworks

Frieze London

October 5–8, 2017 / Regent’s Park

 

 

Past Forward: Architecture & Design

Art Institute Of Chicago / Opens Sepember 12, 2017. Debuting the first permanent installation dedicated to 20th and 21st Century architecture and design. One of the largest and most important art institutions in America, The Art Institute of Chicago, secures its place in modernity.

 

 

Steven Pippin: Aberration Optique

At Centre Pompidou / Through September 11, 2017: For the lovers of art photography, a kind of modern-day Man Ray, along with an impressive catalogue, Editions Xavier Barral Co-published with Centre Pompidou.

 

 

Julian Schnabel

Artist & Filmmaker with an impressive volume of work in multiple disciplines. The quintessential New York artist.

 

 

30 Under 30 / Women Photographers

The partnership with Photo Boite is well under way now, their 2017 + 2016 groups fully migrated. The remaining archives of the years 2010-2015 awaiting integrated. Submissions are now open for 2018.

 

 

Some other notable profiles:

Ingrid Maillard, a French visual artist and illustrator working in meticulous lines with graphite on paper with studies of mythology and the human form; Swiss photographer Jean-Marc Yersin and his forthcoming book, Crisis; Emese Benko, Romanian photographer living in Vienna with a fresh look through old-school eyes; Arts Letters & Numbers, an interesting non-profit doing education, publishing, exhibitions, workshops & residencies.

 

Please share the Profiles & Articles you like, and inquire about how to become a Sponsor or Partner. Submit your Profile proposals and Articles, exhibit announcements, reviews… And don’t forget to sign up for our Newsletter and follow us on Facebook & Instagram. Until next time…

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The Week in Review

 

A month into our launch and deep into summer, we have clocked in over 25,000 visits. Thank you for that. Now, the week in review:

 

 

Summers are slow with many galleries – and some lucky artists – on holiday, but there is no shortage of festivals, now or gearing up for fall. Welcome to the .005th edition of Prescriptions. Here is our review of the week in the arts.

Documenta 14

Through September 17 / Kassel, Germany

Locarno 70 Film Festival

August 2-12, 2017 / Locarno, Switzerland

Sydney Contemporary 2017

September 7-10, 2017 / Carriageworks

Frieze London

October 5–8, 2017 / Regent’s Park

 

 

Past Forward: Architecture & Design

Art Institute Of Chicago / Opens Sepember 12, 2017. Debuting the first permanent installation dedicated to 20th and 21st Century architecture and design. One of the largest and most important art institutions in America, The Art Institute of Chicago, secures its place in modernity.

 

 

Steven Pippin: Aberration Optique

At Centre Pompidou / Through September 11, 2017: For the lovers of art photography, a kind of modern-day Man Ray, along with an impressive catalogue, Editions Xavier Barral Co-published with Centre Pompidou.

 

 

Julian Schnabel

Artist & Filmmaker with an impressive volume of work in multiple disciplines. The quintessential New York artist.

 

 

30 Under 30 / Women Photographers

The partnership with Photo Boite is well under way now, their 2017 + 2016 groups fully migrated. The remaining archives of the years 2010-2015 awaiting integrated. Submissions are now open for 2018.

 

 

Some other notable profiles:

Ingrid Maillard, a French visual artist and illustrator working in meticulous lines with graphite on paper with studies of mythology and the human form; Swiss photographer Jean-Marc Yersin and his forthcoming book, Crisis; Emese Benko, Romanian photographer living in Vienna with a fresh look through old-school eyes; Arts Letters & Numbers, an interesting non-profit doing education, publishing, exhibitions, workshops & residencies.

 

Please share the Profiles & Articles you like, and inquire about how to become a Sponsor or Partner. Submit your Profile proposals and Articles, exhibit announcements, reviews… And don’t forget to sign up for our Newsletter and follow us on Facebook & Instagram. Until next time…