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Parkinson's Art

Art of the Americas

Celebrating the creative works of artists living with Parkinson’s across Mexico, Central and South America.

Death Division

AI Generated Utopia

18 Jan 2022 – 22 Mar 2022

This is a collection of one of one ai generated art, Each piece will never be made again and you get full ownership of, I hope you enjoy this beautiful art. There will be a collaboration done with another AI artist for a free 1/1 for each holder of both collections.

Spektrum Foto

SPEKTRUM fotografiert in schwarz-weiß

17 Jan 2022 – 12 Feb 2022

Terese Andersson

63 by Terese Andersson

17 Jan 2022 – 14 Mar 2022

63 by Terese Andersson Art by Terese Andersson "Color extraordinaire and shape philosopher." -Field of marshal in art, Terese Andersson Music by French Fuse, Straight Fuse & Positive Fuse

Taymour Grahne Projects

Emil Robinson - Familiars

25 Jan 2022 – 15 Feb 2022

Galerie Kristine Hamann

Christian Hahn

Galerie Springer Berlin


19 Oct 2021 – 29 Jan 2022

Galerie Springer Berlin is showing two series that have emerged independently of each other, but which are dedicated to the same theme, namely the appearance of nature. Both artists have used photography to capture the visible and the invisible in different ways. In the series Wo Fuchs und Hase (Where Fox and Hare), which Maria Jauregui Ponte has been working on since 2018, the gallery is showing pictures from a small location in Mecklenburg. The cycle deals with wild animals that share their living space with people. By day, they live withdrawn, distanced from human beings. As soon as it gets dark and residents have withdrawn to their houses, the animal world re-conquers the terrain. Maria Jauregui makes this reconquering visible with the help of a wildlife camera. In the daytime, the artist takes the camera with her as she searches for traces the animals have left behind in the night; in a setting that is characterised by industrial agriculture and only seemingly represents nature. Ortiz photographs the fascinating formations of swarms of starlings on the Basque Country’s Atlantic coast. Isolated from their natural background, they form dark specks on empty canvases. These structures or clusters are jointly coordinated by hundreds or thousands of creatures. They constitute an agile, unpredictable choreography in which the individual disappears. Ortiz captures this natural wonder with his camera and alienates it with technical sophistication. Maria Jauregui Ponte and Aitor Ortiz come from the Basque Country in Spain; Ortiz lives near Bilbao, Jauregui Ponte in Berlin and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. About Maria Jauregui Ponte: Maria Jauregui Ponte, born in the Basque Country in 1972, has been living and working in Berlin since 1996. She is a self-taught photographer and honed her skills in internships and assistantships before studying at the New School for Photography, graduating in 2012. Ponte sees photography as a testing ground, offering her a variety of opportunities for expression. The tension between coincidence and control forms part of her approach. Since 2000, she has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Germany and Europe, including at the Haus am Kleistpark, the Fotohaus ParisBerlin and the Rencontres d'Arles 2017 (solo exhibitions) and at the Opelvillen, Rüsselsheim (group exhibition). About Aitor Ortiz: Born in Bilbao in 1971, Aitor Ortiz is one of the best-known Spanish photographers. His work has been shown in numerous major museums in Europe, Asia and America, in both group and solo exhibitions. His major solo exhibitions include: Museo Universidad de Navarra (2018), Fotografiska Stockholm (2012), Sala Canal de Isabel II, Madrid (2012), Museo Guggenheim, Bilbao (2011). The book published by Hatje Cantz in 2011 is an important monograph on his work, which has been lauded by critics and honoured with numerous awards. His works are included in many different collections, including: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Fundación La Caixa, AXA. Belgium, IVAM. Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno, Norman Foster Collection and many others. Supported by: Neustart Kultur, Stiftung Kunstfonds

Laboratorij inovativnih ideja

Skrivene atrakcije Međimurske županije

Projekt je sufinanciran od strane Europske unije u sklopu ESF poziva „Umjetnost i kultura online“ u iznosu od 264.058,27 kn i traje 12 mjeseci. Bespovratna sredstva osigurana su iz Državnog proračuna RH (15%) i iz Europskog socijalnog fonda (85%). Skriti poteci spajaju mlade do 25 i starije od 54 kojima prijeti socijalna isključenost kroz edukacije iz digitalnih vještina za dizajna, ilustracije i fotografije. Ciljana skupina će stečena znanja koristi za kreiranje online izložbe neistraženih atrakcija Međimurja.



21 Jan 2022 – 27 Jan 2022


Walter Wickiser Gallery

Ralph L. Wickiser: Winter Selection 2022

01 Feb 2022 – 31 Mar 2022

After forays into figurative painting, Wickiser won acclaim with his sumptuous The Reflected Stream (1975-85), which captured the prismatic flow of reflected light on a rocky leaf-strewn stream in Woodstock. Ralph L Wickiser further refined his abstracting impulse, culminating in his last series of works, The Covered Apple Tree (1987-1998) and The Shadows on the Grass (1996-1998). --David Cleveland

Galerie Brugier Rigail

Group show : Street art is coming

20 Jan 2021 – 20 Feb 2021


Todd Williamson

21 Jan 2022 – 27 May 2022

Have you noticed who you are giving power to and what they might do with it? This question is at the heart Todd Williamson’s latest bodies of work.

Jimmy Nelson

The Last Sentinels

11 Jan 2022 – 08 Mar 2022

The few on this planet who still live in harmony with ancient wisdom are Indigenous peoples. While allowing themselves to be guided by courage, love, and honour, these cultures are the guardians of both humanity and this planet. They are the living example of how to live with respect to our natural environment; how to understand that we are all united; how to live our lives to the fullest. Our aim is that through this experience, the visitor regains the connection with the source of what it is to be human. We, living in the industrialised world, have distanced ourselves from our origins and tend to have forgotten the purpose of living in full connection with each other, ourselves and the natural world. By making 'The Last Sentinels', we proclaim the urgency to acknowledge and celebrate Indigenous peoples as our new role models. Now is the time to reconnect the world and move healthily into the future.

Multiple Exposures Gallery


12 Jan 2022 – 05 Feb 2022



17 Jan 2022 – 14 Feb 2022

LEMOINE Jean-Daniel


01 Jan 2022 – 31 Dec 2025

AX the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex


08 Jan 2022 – 26 Feb 2022

AX is proud to welcome PICTUS to the gallery. PICTUS consists of a series of mixed media and acrylic paintings by Moncton-based artist Jared Betts. The exhibition is curated by Paul Édouard Bourque, who had this to say about Jared’s work: Jared Betts is currently engaged in exploring cutting edge expression modes in the field of contemporary painting. His use of gesture and expressionist forms has since the onset set the tone for his highly charged pictorial works. Betts aims at rethinking the very parameters of contemporary painting, and his work as such touches on many pertinent and pressing concerns around the practice of chromatic mark-making, and how these relate to artistic ideals in the 21st century.


Aleš Hudeček: 370 NM

12 Jan 2022 – 08 Mar 2022

Ostravský umělec Aleš Hudeček (*1973) ve svých obrazech i akvarelech zůstává nadále věrný své typické malířské poloze tematizující narativitu v malbě prostřednictvím paradoxů budovaných na kontrastním vztahu lidských figur a neživých objektů a útvarů uváděných do nepatřičných konstelací a indiferentních situací, jež snad mají vztah k něčemu (autorem) někdy či mimochodem viděnému. Pózy, gesta a pohledy převážně ženských aktérek spolu s převládajícím amorfně neurčitým barevným pozadím, jež může někdy navozovat dojem krajiny a jindy zase interiéru, vyvolávají dojem zakoušených každodenních situací převedených do jakýchsi existenciálně laděných rituálů. I samotný název výstavy na první pohled vyvolává rozporné pocity – 370 nm (tj. nanometrů) vyjadřuje rozdíl mezi minimální (390) a maximální (760) vlnovou délkou viditelného světelného spektra. A právě světlo a barva jako jeho vlastnost jsou v Hudečkově interpretaci pojímány jako bytostný paradox malířství, které se bez barvy a možnosti jejího vidění neobejde, zároveň ale není absolutně možné redukovat je právě jen na číselné vyjádření limitů fyzikálních veličin. Ve svých aktuálních malbách pojímá Hudeček světlo jako samotného aktivního hybatele toho, co se na obrazech odehrává. To ono vybízí aktéry k akci tím, jak je skrytě přítomné, tajemně vzývavé i přirozeně nenucené ve svém (někdy až manipulativně interpretativním) vyzařování. Kurátorem výstavy je Martin Mikolášek. _________________________________________________________________ The Ostrava painter Aleš Hudeček (*1973) remains faithful to the narrativity in his paintings through paradoxes built on the contrasting relationship between human figures and inanimate objects that are positioned in an inappropriate manner. The poses, gestures and glances of mostly female actors, which go hand in hand with the background of an indeterminate colour, may evoke sometimes landscapes, sometimes interiors that give the impression of experienced everyday situations that are transformed into some kind of existentially tuned rituals. At first glance, the exhibition’s title may evoke contradictory feelings—370 nm (i.e., nanometres) express the difference between the minimum (390) and maximum (760) wavelength of the visible light spectrum. In Hudeček's interpretation, light and colour—the properties of the spectre—are conceived as the essential paradox of painting, which cannot exist without a colour and the possibility of seeing it. At the same time, it is absolutely impossible to reduce them to numbers that express limits of the physical quantities. In his current paintings, Hudeček conceives of light as a very active agent of what is captured in the paintings. It is the light that prompts the actors to act by how it is covertly present, mysteriously evocative, and naturally unforced in its (sometimes manipulatively interpretive) emanation. The exhibition is curated by Martin Mikolášek.

Akinlabi Akinbulumo

ATAP NFT Collection

14 Jan 2022 – 14 Mar 2022

Another Time , Another Place (ATAP) is a photo-art project by Nigerian visual storyteller, Mr. Phisha (Akinlabi Akinbulumo). This projects consists of over 60 pieces which are being showcased in a vareity of exhibitions around the world and as a set of NFT collections. These art works are a mixture of his high contrast black and white photography and vibrantly colored motif/pattern art. Each piece of ATAP is Afrofuturistic and tells a story that fits into the larger one about Mr Phisha's predictions of Africa post pandemic.


CAD Projects for NUUID Students

15 Jan 2022 – 31 Jan 2022

【教學範例雕塑試展】SolidWorks基礎教學/快速範例 大二同學第一學期開始接受SolidWorks基礎訓練,首次接觸參數式的電腦輔助工業設計。我最近做了幾個改變,追加了1.5小時之內,可以迅速完成的「自由提案課堂作業」範例: 1) 先前遵照教科書教學,發覺嚴謹的標註尺寸訓練拖慢工設學生上手速度(而且打擊學生信心)。 2) SolidWorks原廠教學較邏輯清楚、步驟嚴明。但是跟我的實務經驗相反:我進行造型設計時,總是修修改改,一邊繪圖一邊思考造型的變化。 3) 原廠教學範例,常常在繪製兩小時之後,才發覺薄殼或加厚失敗。這讓學生感到挫折,我也要花大量的時間去幫學生回溯Debug。 4) 所以本學期開始,我自創一些快速案例,每次約控制在1.5小時完成。讓學生可以在步驟一致的條件下,做最大的造型發揮,立即在FB分享繳交,這樣比較有趣、也有成就感。 5) 工設系學生必須比機械系學生更快進入曲面教學。工設學生需在底子還沒扎實之前,就需要快速進入自由曲面的訓練。對工設學生而言,快速提案是更重要的訓練。

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