Huda Totonji, Arab female artist

Huda Totonji, Arab female artist

Huda Totonji Huda Totonji is an established Arab female artist. She obtained her BA in Studio Art and MFA in Art and Visual Technology from the US with academic excellence. She is a master calligrapher certified in teaching Arabic Calligraphy (Ijazat Alkhat Alarabi). As a great enhancement for future leadership in academia, her interest in […]

No Love Lost, a video by Shalinder Bassi

NO LOVE LOST (Short film) All you need is love but sometimes love is not enough. A Jewish boy nurturing a secret romance with a Muslim girl, despite the realities of their backgrounds, is unaware he is being stalked. While the young lovers struggle to be open about their relationship, the stalker’s obsession reveals a thought-provoking […]

A visual-literary dialogue all the way from Chile & debuting in Miami

A visual-literary dialogue all the way from Chile & debuting in Miami

Chilean artist Monica Bengoa; The Frost Art Museum, Miami A visual-literary dialogue all the way from Chile & debuting in Miami … with a French twist. Chilean artist Monica Bengoa has re-imagined into extraordinary artworks the pages from the book “Exercises de Style” (by French author Raymond Queneau). More info here: monicabengoa.cl/en/exhibicion/exercices-de-style-exercises-in-style-2/ Her exhibition opens […]

Stephane Jaspert, Paris: paintings on cobblestones

Stephane Jaspert, Paris: paintings on cobblestones

The Culture Rock Stephane Jaspert, Paris; born in 1961 in Stuttgart Paintings on Paris cobblestones and pavement stones These pictures can be famous paintings, brand marks, logos, personalities, signs…all the images and symbols of today’s visual culture. This task is endless: there is an infinity of images. The choice of pictures is related to the […]

Robots Reborn. Robot Sculptures by +Brauer

Robots Reborn. Robot Sculptures by +Brauer

Robots Reborn. Upcycled Illuminated Robot Sculptures by +Brauer Bruno Lefevre-Brauer, known as + Brauer, is a graphic designer living in Paris. Over the past 20 years he has designed numerous album covers for French and international artists and pursued his personal artistic expression through sculpture. An artist who regularly exhibits in Paris, these charming illuminated […]

New media art at MOMA

New media art at MOMA

Cut to Swipe October 11, 2014–March 22, 2015 Special Exhibitions Gallery, second floor, MOMA, New York Cut to Swipe, comprised primarily of recent acquisitions by the Department of Media and Performance Art, features works that appropriate and manipulate images and sound drawn from electronic media like television, cinema, the recording industry, and the Internet. Ranging […]

The-Art-Form, a new artist book

The-Art-Form, a new artist book

THE-ART-FORM IS A LIMITED EDITION PUBLICATION ABOUT ART AND ARTISTS ALL THE ARTISTS FEATURED IN THE-ART-FORM HAVE COMPLETED A FORM ABOUT ART. EACH ARTIST HAS ANSWERED THE QUESTIONS ON THE FORM IN THEIR OWN UNIQUE WAY, GIVING AN INSIGHT INTO THEIR WORK AND WORKING PRACTICE. SOME OF THE ARTISTS HAVE CREATED DRAWINGS, PAINTINGS AND SKETCHES, IN […]

The Light Show

The Light Show

Hayward Gallery Wednesday 30 January 2013 – Sunday 28 April 2013 Light Show explores the experiential and phenomenal aspects of light by bringing together sculptures and installations that use light to sculpt and shape space in different ways. The exhibition showcases artworks created from the 1960s to the present day, including immersive environments, free-standing light […]

Art of Change: New Directions from China

Art of Change: New Directions from China

The Hayward Gallery, London Friday 7 September 2012 – Sunday 9 December 2012 Join us for a living, breathing exhibition which presents ground-breaking Chinese art that refuses to sit still. This is the first major exhibition to focus solely on contemporary installation and performance art from China. It presents large-scale installations and extraordinary live art […]