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Among the top visual arts headlines today: the Art Gallery of New South Wales appoints LACMA’s Miranda Carroll as Director of Public Engagement; Art UK to document publicly owned sculptures in a new database created over the next two years; Liebieghaus sculpture museum acquires more than 200 ivory sculptures; four artists shortlisted for 2019 Golden […]

Curator’s Essay: Abira Bhattacharya/ National Museum, New Delhi

An exquisite collection of silver and gold ornaments representing different communities and regions of Himachal Pradesh were recently on display at New Delhi’s National Museum as part of the second series of the theme-based exhibition, “From the Reserve. …”The 13th exhibition in the series, “Uncrowned Glory: An Exhibition of the Ethnic Ornaments of Himachal Pradesh,” […]

“Art from Sri Lanka” at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

“The Bejeweled Isle: Art from Sri Lanka” is the first comprehensive survey of Sri Lankan art organized in an American museum. The expansive show explores nearly 2,000 years of Sri Lankan history through 240 works featuring precious decorative objects fashioned from gold, silver, and ivory, and 19th-century photographs documenting the island nation’s extraordinary monuments, scenery, […]

Auction Preview: March Estates Auction – Day 2 at Kaminski Auctions, Beverly, Mar 3

What: March Estates Auction – Day 2Where: Kaminski Auctions; 117 Elliott St, Beverly, MA 01915, USAWhen: March 3Top lots of the sale:- Guy Rose, Monterey landscape with house, oil on canvas, signed L/L, 17″ x 27 3/4″ (sight), 29 1/4″ x 39 1/4″ framed. Estimate: $ 40,000 – $ 60,000- Gertrude Abercrombie (1935-1977), surreal portrait […]

“Sumi: Japanese Ink Painting from Post-War to the Present” at SEIZAN Gallery, New York

SEIZAN Gallery in New York is hosting “Sumi: Japanese Ink Painting from Post-War to the Present,” a group exhibition of artists who have redefined traditional Sumi painting throughout their careers.Featuring Yasuko Hasumura, Yuichi Inoue, Toshiyuki Kajioka, and Toko Shinoda, the exhibition is on view through March 2 at SEIZAN’s Chelsea gallery.“Sumi, or black ink painting, […]

Ann MacIntosh Duff’s Paintings at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto

Nicholas Metivier Gallery will soon be presenting a solo exhibition by Ann MacIntosh Duff, beginning from March 7 through March 30, 2019.The exhibition presents a survey of MacIntosh Duff’s work, highlighting her two sources of inspiration — the energy of the city and the tranquility and profound beauty of the Georgian Bay, Ontario. MacIntosh Duff […]

Drew Burnham’s Solo Exhibition at Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver

Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, will soon be presenting a solo exhibition of the works of Drew Burnham, starting from March 9 on view through March 23, 2019.The exhibition will feature a collection of the artist’s latest works that like his previous works stand out due to the use of vivid colors and exploration of nature.Drew Burnham […]

KP Brehmer’s “Correction of National Colors” at Hamburger Kunsthalle

Hamburger Kunsthalle will soon be hosting a solo exhibition of the works of KP Brehmer titled “Correction of National Colors,” starting from March 29 on view through June 23, 2019.Marking what would have been the artist’s 80th birth anniversary, the exhibition provides a survey of the artist’s entire oeuvre, featuring over 200 drawings, collages, prints, […]

Arne Quinze’s “New Sculptures: Lupines” at Maruani Mercier, Brussels

Maruani Mercier, Brussels, will soon be hosting a solo exhibition by Arne Quinze titled “New Sculptures: Lupines,” starting from February 21 on view through April 6, 2019.The exhibition showcases a new series of medium-sized sculptures that embody Arne Quinze’s research on the diversity of nature.“With the works Lobelia, Lupine, Persicaria, The Chatelain and African Iris, […]

“Denise Faulkner: Ginger and Honey” at Michael Reid, Sydney

Michael Reid Gallery is currently showing Denise Faulkner’s, “Ginger and Honey,” on view through February 23, 2019. The exhibition presents a collection of Faulkner’’s recent paintings.Born in Darlinghurst and raised in Drummoyne, both inner suburbs of Sydney, Denise Faulkner completed a Diploma of Fine Arts at the National Art School in Darlinghurst, Sydney in 1996, […]

“Memory Disco” at Hopkinson Mossman, Wellington

Hopkinson Mossman is currently showing a group exhibition “Memory Disco,” on view through March 2, 2019. The exhibition presents a collection of works by artists: Nick Austin, Fiona Connor, Milli Jannides, Emma McIntyre, Dane Mitchell, and Tahi Moore.Born in 1979, Nick Austin currently lives and works in Dunedin. His works have been shown at recent […]

“I’m not a Robot” at fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne

fortyfivedownstairs will be presenting a solo exhibition by Fiona Colin,titled “I’m not a Robot,” starting from April 2 on view through April 27, 2019.The exhibition will present a collection of new works by the artist. Inspired by the dynamism of the city: the architecture, the play of light, the ever-changing tones, and the seemingly endless […]

“Women to Winter” at Martin Browne Contemporary, Sydney

Martin Browne Contemporary is currently presenting a solo exhibition by Linde Ivimey, titled “Women to Winter”, on view through March 3, 2019.The exhibition features a collection of new sculptures by the artist.Linde Ivimey was born in Sydney, Australia and obtained a Diploma of Fine Art in both printmaking and sculpture from the Claremont School of […]

“Micro Histories” at Museum of Brisbane

Museum of Brisbane is currently presenting a group exhibition, “Micro Histories,” on view through April 28, 2019.The exhibition presents artworks and artifacts paired with buildings by six of Brisbane’s most exciting architectural firms. These works explore the relationship between architecture, art, people, and place.“The exhibition celebrates the works of Brisbane architects and the inspiration that […]

“The Burden Of Broken Silence” at Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto

Coming soon at Bau-Xi Gallery is Erin Armstrong’s “The Burden Of BrokenSilence,” on view from March 7 through March 21, 2019. The exhibitionwill present a collection of new works by the artist.Figurative artist Erin Armstrong works and lives in Toronto. Theartist is known for using quick and decisive gestural markings overacrylic-based images to create unique […]

‘Cardinal Points’ at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto

Nicholas Metivier Gallery will soon be presenting Jeffrey Blondes’ “Cardinal Points” from March 7-30, 2019.The exhibition presents Blondes’ four recent films from France, Scotland, Canada and the United States.”For ‘Loch Shiel – 24 Hour Film’ (2016) and ‘Georgian Bay 1080° : 72 Hour Film’ (2018), Blondes mounted two back to back cameras on a custom […]

‘From THE HOUSE THAT went to TOWN’ at Galerie Buchholz, Berlin

Galerie Buchholz is presenting the works of Andy Warhol in “From ‘THE HOUSE THAT went to TOWN’” through March 9, 2019. The exhibition features a selection of works on paper from 1951-1959 and two Sunsets from 1972.In the early 1950s, Warhol collaborated with the young author Ralph Thomas (Corkie) Ward on a small number of […]

Kader Attia’s “The Museum of Emotion” at Southbank Centre, London

Kader Attia’s first UK survey exhibition “The Museum of Emotion”  is on view at the Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, London. The exhibition is on view through May 6, 2019.“The Museum of Emotion”  traces several strands of the artist’s work from the past two decades. Attia, a France born artist, defines himself as an activist as […]