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Elizabeth XI Bauer Presents Theodore Ereira-Guyer: The Thicket

Art gallery, Elizabeth Xi Bauer, has announced Theodore Ereira-Guyer’s exhibition The Thicket, his first solo presentation at the Gallery. The artist will show a series of large-scale, never before seen etchings that continue his ongoing investigation into the subject of memory – what is kept and what is left behind. The process of printmaking, especially the way in which Ereira-Guyer practices it, necessarily involves a loss of information between the plate and the paper. Even if...

Mayfair Art Weekend to Return for Ninth Edition

Mayfair Art Weekend, the annual celebration of the world’s internationally renowned gallery district, is set to return this summer from Friday 24th-Sunday 26th June. Inviting audiences to explore exceptional art in galleries and artist studios, the event will also find public art across Mayfair for a whole month as part of the Mayfair Sculpture Trail, a Mayfair Art Weekend collaboration with Art in Mayfair from 20th June – 31st July. Since 2014, independent galleries across Mayfair have united for Mayfair Art...

The Nomadic Art Gallery Goes For a ‘Nipple Twist’

After the successful opening of its first physical space in Leuven, Belgium, in October 2021, The Nomadic Art Gallery pursues its exploration of the New Zealand contemporary art scene with its second on-site exhibition titled Nipple Twist. From 3rd December 2021 until 14th January 2022, the group presentation places once again NZ artists in dialogue with their European peers, as Oliver Cain (b. 1996, United Kingdom) and Chloe Marsters (b. 1989, Auckland) alongside Merijn Verhelst...

Lithuania’s Top Five Events for Art Enthusiasts

Lithuania is a nation in Europe that is aiming to become the go-to destination for a quick getaway. To achieve this, they have adopted different methods such as offering its visitors an additional night’s stay for free. Aside from being known for its flourishing and diverse nature, Lithuania’s biggest cities stand out for their unusual and sometimes bizarre galleries, museums, breath-taking street art, and prominent festivals. Here is a list compiled by Lithuania Travel –...

Grove Square Galleries – Meeting the Challenge of Uncertain Times

Running a gallery in these uncertain times is a challenge – even more so opening a new one. Arts & Collections talked to Serena Dunn of Grove Square Galleries about the gallery’s approach (Image top of page – Marc Standing, Primordial Instinct) Opening in October 2020 with an inaugural show of work by painter Christopher Kieling, Grove Square Galleries in London’s exclusive Fitzrovia offers emerging and established collectors an avenue for exploration and discovery. Merging...

Rediscovering Art with Augmented Reality Technology

What will the art museum of the future look like, and will technology hinder creativity? Dr. Bob Sumner from ETH Zurich has the answers. In this interview, he talks about how the Princely Collections, the private bank LGT and ETH Zurich have created an app that unites art and technology and rejuvenates 400-year-old works of art with the help of Augmented Reality. First of all, what is Augmented Reality (AR)? AR is experienced when we...

London Art Week 2020 Launches With Digital Platform

London Art Week is launching with a new online platform for Summer 2020. London Art Week Digital will take place from 3rd – 10th July 2020, with a Private View on Thursday 2nd July. The format enables London Art Week to retain its unique community of international art dealers, auction houses, museums and sponsors, all working together in the creation of a special event online. London Art Week Digital has been created to augment the...

Online Group Show Lifts the Fluorescent Smogg

Fluorescent Smogg’s new online show opens for a private view on 21st May 2020 at 6-10pm, and to the general public online from 10am on 22nd May, running through to 28th June 2020. Set up by UK artist Sickboy with the aim of being “the finest quality art rendering, limited edition creating and art show production house in urban contemporary art”, Fluorescent Smogg’s next show is described as “a cutting edge, immersive group show, that...

Survey Shows 2019 Was Busiest Year For London Museums and Galleries

While the coronavirus pandemic has shut down almost all art events in the capital, a survey by The Art Newspaper has shown that 2019 was the busiest year for London museums this century, and saw record attendances at both Tate Modern and Tate Britain. Helped by exhibition such as Van Gogh and Britain, Tate Britain had its busiest year ever in 2019, and it was also a record year for Tate Modern, with 1.8 m...

Nancy Fouts Retrospective Comes to Hang-Up Gallery London

A retrospective of the weird and wonderful art of Nancy Fouts comes to Hang-Up Gallery London from Thursday 27th February 2020 to April 24th. American-born artist Nancy Fouts, who died in April 2019, is best known for her distinctive sculptural works, which reconfigure commonplace objects and materials with a subversive and playful humour. Nancy’s work brings together these seemingly disconnected items, religious artefacts, creatures and symbols to create bizarre juxtapositions of the everyday, wickedly funny...

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