Home Tags Published-news-upcoming-news-submit-a-new-story-groups-contemporary-angel-art

Tag: published-news-upcoming-news-submit-a-new-story-groups-contemporary-angel-art

Photography’s Angel Provocateur ‘Cindy Sherman’ at Museum of Modern Art

New York City - There are several conclusions to be drawn from the Museum of Modern Art’s magnificent if somewhat flawed survey of Cindy Sherman’s brilliant career. But one of them is surely that reports of the death of the author have been grea...

Bosch Young Talent Show 2011‏

Bosch Young Talent Show (BYTS) 49 international artists from 15 Bosch cities at BYTS 2011 17 September–16 October 2011 www.byts.nl Bosch Young Talent Show BYTS draws international young...

Angels Fail To Save The Catholic Museum in New York

New York, New York - In many ways, the opening of the National Museum of Catholic Art and History in East Harlem was a kind of miracle. It was founded by a single mother without a college degree, much experience in arts administratio...

High Museum of Art to Highlight Four Recent Films in Annual...

ATLANTA, GA.- The High Museum of Art will host the 11th annual film series “French Film Yesterday and Today” from Saturday, February 6, through Saturday, February 27. This year’s series presents the classic French thriller “Diabolique” alongside the contemporary films “Summer Hours,” “Angel of Mine” and “The Beaches of Agnès.” This annual program is made possible with support from the Embassy of France Cultural Services department and the Consulate of France in Atlanta . “Devotees of French film admire its sophistication, stylishness and the complexity of character that typifies the nation’s cinema. And this year’s ‘French Film Yesterday and Today’ has those qualities in spades,” says Linda Dubler, curator of media arts for the High Museum of Art. “Few thrillers are as stylish as ‘Diabolique’; the subtle, multi-dimensional characters in ‘Summer Hours’ and ‘Angel of Mine’ make for engrossing, poignant and suspenseful viewing; and A

Gonkar Gyatso Presents Two New Works at 6th Asia Pacific Triennial...

QUEENSLAND.- Rossi & Rossi Ltd. announced that Gonkar Gyatso will participate in the '6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art'. On view are two new works, "Reclining Buddha – Shanghai to Lhasa Express" and "Spring 2008", along with a third, "Angel", from the permanent collection of the Queensland Art Gallery. It will be the artist’s first exhibition following his inclusion in the 'Arsenale' at the '53rd Venice Biennale' in summer of 2009. Each work is crafted through Gyatso’s signature technique, with hundreds of stickers carefully arranged to create images culled from mass media and Buddhist iconography. "Angel" presents the iconic image of an Abu Ghraib prisoner rendered in brand logo stickers superimposed over a Buddhist deity of compassion. A flurry of news headlines and advertising taglines surround the ambiguous figure. Meticulous prints and drawings create a delicate counterpoint to the graphic vi

Stay Connected

1,774FollowersFollow

ART NEWS