Together all these artists will participate in this last collective show of 2014, whose title points in a positive way to the importance of working together and of sharing common energies and compromises.
The new exhibition of Chris Verene, his second at Postmasters, will consist of a group of photographs and a series of projected short videos, all depicting his family and other families whose lives were drastically altered in the 2008 economic downturn in the small city of Galesburg, Illinois.
SPECIAL OPEN HOUSE: EVENING CLASSES OF ART AND JEWELRY DESIGN
Classes are held in the evening (18.00 – 21.00) so that also working students can join the courses. High school diploma, A-levels or an examination of professional practice (“Berufsreifeprüfung”) are required for registration.
Drift is a series of works that focus on solidarity, empathy and immersion. These are material forces that make social life become real. It is through our bodies and on the basis of how we live, that we make sense of these images we constantly immerse ourselves in; images we relate to and images we are alienated by.
The Anzo Foundation presents "Microfilm" of Alberto Adsuara. The presentation of the book will be in charge of the critic and independent curator Nilo Casares. And it will be accompanied by “Náufragos” video directed by Adsuara and an exhibition of photographs of the artist who may be visited until December 19.
Contemporary architecture, the geometries of nature, manipulated materials and colour dynamics are all present in her high impact designs. On Thursday 27 November there will take place an event open one evening event from 4-8pm.
Featuring beautiful, provocative and fascinating pieces, the collection has not previously been on permanent display. The gallery has over 200 pieces from our 228 piece collection on display, with extensive interpretation and many related events, talks and workshops to come.
"DRESSING THE BODY: Silhouettes and Fashion (1550-2015)"
The inauguration of the new Museu del Disseny de Barcelona takes place Saturday, December 13th at noon, and will remain open until 8 p.m. that night. Free entrance for all exhibitions until 31 January 2015
In the ground-breaking book, Orgasm: Photographs and Interviews just published by Daylight Books, Linda Troeller, an award-winning New York based photographer, and author and ethnographer Marion Schneider, collaborate to discuss and portray women's feelings about orgasm through personal narratives and photographs.
The museum collection takes up two floors of the newly built edifice in Central Seoul, with a third top floor for international loans and temporary exhibitions. Designed by local architects UAD, the building is also host Simone’s new offices, and shops. Simonel sells its own range of bags launched Summer 2012.
The exhibition’s title, Bend, speaks to the language of the body and the artist’s material choices—gold, brass, rusted steel, textile, and mirrored glass—as well as Eichenberg’s circuitous path as a jewelry artist.
Where: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States
When: From November 23, 2014 to January 25, 2015
More information: http://www.cranbrookart.ed
SHADOWS OF THE WALL: CAMERALESS PHOTOGRAPHY FROM 1851 TO TODAY
Drawn from the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Shadows on the Wall: Cameraless Photography from 1851 to Today presents 50 evocative images created with light and chemistry but without the use of a camera.
The Gewerbemuseum Winterthur is now complementing it with themes from Switzerland and rounding it off with a varied accompanying program that was developed in conjunction with the leading Swiss University departments of Style and Fashion, in particular the Style & Design course offered by Zurich University of the Arts.
GERD ROTHMANN: "ALLES UBER DIE LIEBE" ("ALL ABOUT LOVE")
"Body prints and forms tailored to the body created a direct contact. Working with and for somebody, in particular, is very stimulating in the artistic process. My best pieces of jewelry were created this way". G. R.
THOMASINE Collaboration with Paris National Opera for "TOSCA"
Thomasine Barnekow has also collaborated with Tillmann Lauterbach AW2014, or Walter van Beirendonck menswear for collections SS 2012, AW2012, SS2013, SS2014. You can enjoy her couture creations with Walter van Beirendonck for AW2012 menswear gloves and mask at MoMu Now - Antwerp until 4 January 2015.
"Dziuba studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich in the class of Hermann Jünger (1928- 2006), the doyen of modern jewelry art". Text (fragment)t: Petra Hölscher, Pinakothek der Moderne, Die Neue Sammlung.
The original version of "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York in 2011 was organized by the Costume Institute and became one of the Museum's top 10 most visited exhibitions.
Rose Hill is the first monograph by American photographer Logan White. She was born in 1984 in Macon, Georgia, a seventh-generation Southerner and daughter of a classical concert pianist. Rose Hill is named for the cemetery in the artist’s hometown where generations of her family are buried and which serves as a creative sanctuary for the artist and her muse.
ELISA VAN JOOLEN at the NEW MATERIAL AWARD 2014 EXHIBITION
This year, from November 20 onward, Het Nieuwe Instituut presents the work of sixteen designers, artists and architects who are nominated for the New Material Award 2014. The award challenges visual artists, designers, fashion designers and architects to use new materials and innovative techniques.
Initiated by Hard Workers Club, Smalltime Projects and The Good Copy, and hosted by some of Melbourne’s best small galleries and project spaces, IPF presents a nine-day series of exhibitions by Australian photographers and international guests.
TOTA RECICLADOS: "Broken Memories, Precarious Links"
The jewellery collection "Broken Memories, Precarious Links" came into being during the Artists in Residence project of the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation, which Tota Reciclados gave shape to while staying at Studio Rian de Jong in Amsterdam.
Wrong Weather is a Contemporary Fashion and Lifestyle Concept and Online Store for Men. Wrong Weather isn't just a store but also a Gallery, a space devoted to the Visual Arts, showcasing artists whose language speaks to the world of fashion.
“Ann-Sofie Back is a unique representative of the acclaimed Swedish fashion scene, which has grown in strength over the past 15 years and which today is of an international quality", says Museum Director Tom Hedqvist.
Where: Göteborg, Sweden
When: Until 11 January 2015
More information: http://rohsska.se
This exhibition also includes a component titled (in)Organic: Labs: a project space featuring the work of two artists who were invited to experiment within an institutional setting and work inside parameters defined by RAM.
Where: Racine, Wisconsin, United States
When: Until February 1, 2015
More information: http://www.ramart.org
ESTHER BRINKMANN: "Renewable pleasures: the Indian chapter"
Born in Baden in 1953, Esther Brinkmann studied jewelry design at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Geneva from 1974 to 1978. After graduating, she set up department dedicated entirely to jewelry design at the University of Art and Design in Geneva and was later nominated professor.
The Photographer’s Playspace features twenty photographers who have created new works in response to assignments from the Aperture book The Photographer’s Playbook: 307 Assignments and Ideas, a recently published compilation designed to inspire fresh perspectives in a photographer’s creative process.
HELEN BRITTON: ARTIST IN RESIDENCE at the BENGEL FOUNDATION
During her Residency there will be a public lecture on the 12th of November, 18:30, at the University, Vollmersbachstrasse 53a, and to conclude her residency an exhibition at the Bengel Foundation. Opening on the 10th of December at 18:00.
SUNIL GUPTA: OUT AND ABOUT: NEW YORK AND NEW DELHI
sepiaEYE is pleased to present OUT AND ABOUT: New York and New Delhi, a solo exhibition of the work of Sunil Gupta. Two pivotal bodies of photographs, Christopher Street (1976) and Mr. Malhotra’s Party (2007-2012), will be featured together with a selection of video work.
A new exhibition at the Azzedine Alaïa Gallery titled " Bettina" will feature images by the likes of Erwin Blumenfeld, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jean-philippe Charbonnier, Henry Clarke, Louise dahl-Wolfe, Georges Dambier, Robert Doisneau, Nat Farbman, Horst p. Horst, Arik Nepo, Gordon Parks, Irving Penn, Willy Rizzo,Emile Savitry,Freres Seeberger,Maurice Zalewski
Lisa Carletta is a young Belgian photographer who started her carreer in 2008. Her work was noticed during a contest where she won the 3rd prize. After this moment, collaborations with artists, magazines and exhibitions followed successfully.
Sketchbook brings together my visual notes in a diaristic form. It is a collection of works I have seen or included in my curatorial projects over the last few years that have influenced my thinking about the ways in which art works can initiate dialogue with its diverse public by tackling historical, social, cultural or political matters.
M97 Gallery is pleased to present “READING LANDSCAPES”, an exhibition of platinum photographs by New York-based artist Lois Conner. Having worked in China for much of the past 30 years, this will be Lois Conner’s first gallery exhibition in Shanghai.
Noovo Editions is an independent editorial and cultural project with online and paper editions. First of its kind in Spain from an unique and contemporary perspective on the international panorama,
Noovo seeks not only to be an aesthetic arbiter but also a cultural mediator at the juncture between Fashion, Photography & Jewellery.
A platform to show the highest level of creativity from around the world in these fields.