Artists: Gabriele Beveridge, Elena Damiani, Koki Tanaka Curator: Matteo Pollini The exhibition Inside the Whale is an investigation on the experience of the everyday and the ordinary through objects, imagery and history. With their work, the artists in show explore, break, re-arrange and link various fragments of the world of phenomena triggering alternative visual and […]
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Article from Canvas Guide about Tunisian artist Nicène Kossentini’s ‘Boujmal’ Series, published on the 25th November 2011
In the early 1990s Geert and Carla Verbeke began art collecting. After an initial interest in abstract art, the collection was reoriented into collages and assemblages of mainly Belgian artists. In recent years the collection was expanded to include contemporary art and bio art – living art. The core of the private collection consists of […]
For the exhibition, the artists present a complex exhibition that will bring together various media: photography, text, sculpture, installation and sound, related to the concept of man’s expulsion from paradise in the beginning of existence and the beginning from that time of the pursuit of happiness and fortune. Paradise Lost, an epic written by John […]
PALAZZO ZENOBIO, VENICE Under the auspices of the Cultural Council of UPM (Union pour la Méditerranée), during the Venice Biennale 54th edition, ART for The World is organizing at the piano nobile (first floor) of the XVIIth century baroque Palazzo Zenobio (former Armenian College), located between San Basilio/Zattere and Campo Santa Margherita, an international show […]
The 2011 Sharjah Biennial will feature Photographic works by artist Ziad Antar from Expired project.
SHARJAH ART FOUNDATION The Sharjah Art Foundation is pround to be showing Ziad Antars Residency project, Coastline. Coastline is a photography project that will document the entire perimeter of the UAE’s coastline. It is an investigation into the social history and political economy of the UAE, but also of its visions into the future. From […]
Il s’appelle Nidhal Chamekh et c’est un jeune peintre tunisien de 25 ans. Installé en France, depuis deux ans, pour des études doctorales, voilà qu’il commence, déjà, à s’imposer dans la ville des lumières, Paris.