The A-list Hollywood star Brad Pitt publicly debuted as a sculptor with his first works on view at the Sara Hilden Art Museum in Tampere, Finland. Neither did the actor attend the event, nor did he and the museum share any details about the success of the exhibition.
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Today, on September 9, 2022, the Javits Center has been flooded by thousands of people eager to see the miracles of this year’s Armory Show. Let’s wander the halls of the magnificent venue and take a look at some of the best booths to explore at the long-anticipated fall event.
The well-known auctioneers, Showplace, will hold the New York City estate auction on August 21. In the blog post, you will find some of the highlights of the upcoming auction that you might want to see and, possibly, purchase.
On July 27, Lichtundfire, the art gallery in New York City, presented the art show “Flora and Fawna – Season of Growth and Beasts.” The exhibition features a series of artworks by a variety of dedicated artists. Among them is Vian Borchert, a celebrated painter who created floral landscape paintings profoundly inspired by her love for nature and literature.
On August 4, Nel, in collaboration with FORMS, will present a solo exhibit “God’s Away on Business” by the influential contemporary artist Robyn Penn. In her new series of works, the New Zealand painter explores the duality of the current state of global affairs with a focus on the people’s complex relationships with nature and the subtleties of human perception.
On June 29, Vian Borchert presented her latest series of abstract cityscapes paintings at “Summer Blues,” the group exhibition at Lichtundfire in New York City. In the exhibit, the abstract expressionist artist delves into her own wonderland of colors and shapes to explore the nature of challenges amid blue and uncertain times that all people are facing right now.
The Museum of Russian Art in Minneapolis officially announced the second round of its temporary anti-war exhibition “Say No to War.” It originally started on April 20, 2022, as the museum’s reaction to the aggression, brutality, and violence that Russia is sowing on Ukrainian lands.
On July 7, Nel presented the collaborative exhibition “Current Affairs: Conversations Around the Body” by the M I L K Collective. Four artists—Gillian Rosselli, Tosca Marthinus, Martina Gruber, and Neena Borrill—combined the visceral power of their bodies and photography to reflect on what they witnessed, in person or from a distance, in the past and the present.