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Georgiou & Tolley: Who’s Watching Who? Singapore International Photography Festival 2018

The sixth Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF), features a curatorial project and exhibition that reflects how space has fundamental meaning to each of the featured artists in the exhibition. Each participant’s work observes how human beings may perceive existential value within a space including the notion of inner space. “Our life’s space is defined by ourselves. … Continue reading

Resist & Protest: Atelier Populaire – Poster Art Workshop, Ort Gallery – 28 July 2018

From the Paris of May ’68 to the Prague Spring the year 2018 marks the fiftieth anniversary of 1968, a year that is synonymous with resistance and protest. The uprisings of Paris 1968 were notable for extremely fine examples of polemical poster art. The Atelier Populaire, run by artists and art students, occupied the École des Beaux-Arts in … Continue reading

Georgiou & Tolley: Ode to Hilversum – How Far Have We Failed to Travel

Resistance’68: A Radio-Film for the Mind’s Eye – reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the 1968 protests, social conflict, counterculture and the Art of Resistance as creative weapons against political repression. The format is a sound art prototype – a filmic cut-up for radio with a difference, linking the activism of the past to the art … Continue reading

EDIFICE, COMPLEX, VISIONARY, STRUCTURE, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York. 6 January – 3 February 2018

EDIFICE, COMPLEX, VISIONARY, STRUCTURE, at the Sean Kelly Gallery, New York is a group exhibition featuring gallery artists who engage with the construct of architecture in their practices in a variety of ways. Their work explores how our concept of architecture describes physical structures, references the design of organic and man-made systems, and explains plastic concepts. The … Continue reading

Art in the Open: Fifty Years of Public Art in New York

Until the 1960s, most public art in New York City was limited to war memorials, civic-minded murals, or relief sculpture embodying universal values like “Fraternity” or “Wisdom.” But the late 1960s brought a new era that embraced the individual artist’s voice and vision in the public realm. In the years since, hundreds of innovative art … Continue reading