Posts Tagged: Exhibition

Russell West, Wonderful World, Oil on shoes, 24 x 50 x 7cm

Russell West Exhibitions At Woolff Gallery London

This latest body of artwork from Russell West is a bold and striking collection of works all based around his highly unique dripped-paint process. West’s artwork is unrivalled in its style, the solid panes of colour representing walls, signage, apartment blocks, buildings, or favelas are all created using just paint in a technique which only West has mastered. The exhibition title ‘Wonderful World’ was
Zac Freeman, 'Justin', 79 x 61cm,      Found object assemblage (lo res)

Ffound Group Show At Woolff Gallery, London

There is an on-going trend amid artists today, where incredible pieces of art emerge from using found objects and re-purposed materials. The Woolff Gallery in London is an active promoter of this new-age art, and starting April the 19th, the gallery is hosting
Rami Tareef COD – Craft-Oriented Design. Rami’s project tries to study the differences and similarities between craft and modern innovative design. It examines the borders of hybridisation between them, stretches them, and tries to remain with something identifiable with the past. The woven furniture that he created is based on traditional craft and preserves its production values together with massive industrial design.

Bezalel’s Design Bonanza at Milan Design Week 2012

For the second year running, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design will display its innovative, unique and creative designs at the Ventura Lambrate Collective Space during the Milan Salone Internazionale del Mobile this April.
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Carnovsky – RGB, new exhibition in Tokyo at Rooms 23

Milan based duo Francesco Rugi and Silvia Quintanilla , also known as Carnosvky had their latest exhibition in Tokyo at Rooms 23 on September 13,14 and 15 , 2011. The RGB is a work where the three layers of an image live together, exploring the “surface’s
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Body Worlds – The controversial exhibition

Body Worlds (german title: Körperwelten) is a traveling exhibition of preserved human bodies and body parts that are prepared using a technique called plastination to reveal inner anatomical structures. The exhibition's developer and promoter is German anatomist
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Dan Perjovschi S.A. * @ Centre for Visual Introspection, Romania

Dan Perjovschi S.A. * constitutes a first chapter of a series of exhibitions-concept, generically grouped under the title 1990-2010, whose source of investigation is the art scene condition in Romania and the manner in which the art scene has (re) presented itself