A work hangs on a wall during an exhibition by Brazilian ‘Pop’ artist Romero Britto at the Imitate Modern Gallery on November 16, 2011 in London, England.
Exhibition Showcases Work by Major Mexican and International Photographers from the 1920s to Today
World Design Capital Helsinki 2012 is one of the world’s largest ever expeditions into design. With it’s year-long program that consists of 300 events, projects, and initiatives Helsinki will examine the ways in which design is embedded in everyday life.
On view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art from February through June, and at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts from February through May, in its only West Coast presentation, Mark Bradford is the first major museum survey of paintings, sculptures, and multimedia works by this leading figure in contemporary American art.
Hong Kong based artist Man Tsun held a solo exhibition in his town showcasing his artwork which was presented in a unique way; his illustration were featured alongside to a “double-plastic” giving the drawings a more realistic feel.
The exhibition Descriptive Acts, on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art from February 18 through June 17, 2012.
the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will present The Air We Breathe, a thematic exhibition that brings together commissioned work by 30 contemporary visual artists and eight poets who, for this project, will explore issues surrounding the cause to legalize same-sex marriage from various perspectives.
The exhibition, which runs through October, sees prints of the pair’s work placed in random spots throughout the city. Those who find the photos are encouraged to take them home, totally free.
Slovakian artist Roman Ondák’s project is a living infographic, a plotting of visitors’ heights whose mean will become increasingly apparent over the four months at the Temporary Stedelijk.
The silent projection runs on a continuous 11 minute loop onto a 13 metre high monolith, it was made using non-digital techniques and is due to run until March 11, 2012.
The Museum of Modern Art presents Print/Out, a major survey of prints, books, multiples, and ephemera that examines the evolution of artistic practices related to the print medium over the last two decades.
An idea that took three intensive years to realize with the support of six researchers, Marclay edited The Clock entirely alone.
In the first event of her 2011 global campaign against hunger, Yoko Ono once again joins forces with her late husband John Lennon to celebrate what would have been the musician’s 71st birthday, October 9.
Works by pop artist and film maker Thierry Guetta, known as Mr Brainwash, are on display at the gallery from today to October 31st 2011.
The works of international artist, Ani Afshar, has been chosen by the Hyde Park Art Center to be showcased in 2012 through a show entitled, Woven Gardens and Shredded Shadows.
After 10 years of working with both the local and international art communities from their Little Italy–based headquarters, Scott White Contemporary Art (SWCA) officially announces today that the gallery and all operations are relocating to 7655 Girard Avenue, La Jolla CA in November 2011.
Polaroid is honoring its founder Dr. Edwin Land’s passion for the arts with the launch of the Made in Polaroid exhibit.
The Open Window in the 19th Century generated $908 million in spending by regional, national, and international tourists to New York, according to a visitor survey the Museum released today.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art honors Latino Heritage Month this September by highlighting Latin American works of art and inviting visitors of all ages to discover them in the exhibition Selected Histories: 20th-Century Art from the SFMOMA Collection on the museum’s second floor.
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition to date of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career, will premiere at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) on November 5, 2011, through February 20, 2012.
the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will present the exhibition Rineke Dijkstra, the artist’s first midcareer retrospective in the United States. The exhibition is co-organized by SFMOMA and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.
Following the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the nonprofit organization InterRelations Collaborative, which is dedicated to fostering cross-cultural understanding through art among diverse student populations, brought together young people from across New York City to document their experiences.
661,509 Total Visitors to Alexander McQueen Puts Retrospective among Top 10 Most Visited Exhibitions in Metropolitan Museum’s History.
This long-term installation highlights a new feature of the Luce Center for American Art: Visible Storage Study Center that will give the public access to more than 350 additional objects from the Museum’s renowned American collections.
chard Serra’s monumental-scale steel sculptures have made him a crucial figure in contemporary art, but his work also takes another striking, lesser-known form: drawing.