Deeply into fall now, falling back an hour, Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. (Camus). Recently celebrating our 4th Year Anniversary and setting up base in the eternal city of Rome, Artpil enters into its second spring.
Museums and galleries have all reopened, and art fairs, festivals and biennials have resumed their activities, albeit with proper protocols in place. New waves of Covid cases lurk, but life imposes its ways, and will impose. Falling back an hour, when every leaf is a flower…
Today is November 7th. Today is the birthday of the French Nobel Laureate, author and philosopher, Albert Camus (1913) and the anniversary of the death of the American actor and icon Steve McQueen (1980). Welcome to the .128th edition of Prescriptions. Here is our review of the week in the arts.
World Press Photo recognizes the best visual journalism of the year, awarding the images and stories of photographers in eight categories. This year we announce the 45 participants from 28 countries and an exhibition schedule continuing through the year.
Sons of Cain (still) / Keti Stamo
Set in a small village in northern Albania where time is suspended and an ancient code dictates the life and death of the inhabitants, seven children gather and speak of the story of Cain and Abel. Sons of Cain, written & directed by Keti Stamo.
Ibrahim Mahama’s point of departure is ‘Nkrumah Voli-ni,’ an abandoned building in northern Ghana. Nkrumah is the name of the first president of Ghana, while Voli-ni literally translates as “inside the hole.” Closes today, November 7, 2021 at White Cube Gallery in Bermondsey.
The world faces huge health challenges and we at Wellcome support science that can find ways to solve these. But we also want to change the way the world thinks about health and to inspire new action. Wellcome Photography Prize 2021, Winners & Shortlist Announced.
Richard Saltoun’s year-long program On Hannah Arendt: Eight Proposals For Exhibition looks to one of the most important thinkers of the post-war generation to confront some of the most pressing socio-political issues of our time. On view through December 31, 2021 at Richard Saltoun Gallery
Artpil proudly announced the entry in the 4th edition of Rome Art Week, presenting this year’s selection of the annual 30 Under 30 Women Photographers with an on site Projection and Artist Reception, and an Online Exhibition continuing through December 11, 2021.
Klavdia Balampanidou | Mirela Balea | Ofir Berman | Claudia Bigongiari | Emma Brown | Bianca Burgo | Tamuna Chkareuli | Benhei Dai | Estella Dandyk | Nika De Carlo | Feline De Coninck | Silvia De Giorgi | Maria Cristina Fernandez | Anouk Flesch | Lucile Gourdon | Marcella Green | Karla Guerrero | Olivia Haudry | Laura Sala Hojman | Brooklynn T. Kascel | Greta Lorimer | Leila Macaire | Alina Moise | Morgane Moussé | Anastasiya Novikova | Juliette Pavy | Amaal Said | Liza Shchegolkova | Elene Shengelia | Nicole Tsatsou