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The Kennedy Collections

Savremena Vrsac

Sene i opsene: iluzija - Biserka Petrović

23 Nov 2020 – 04 Dec 2020

Od drevnih vremena i starih filozofskih tradicija postoji ideja da je ceo svet oko nas iluzija. U današnje vreme virtuelne stvarnosti i naprednih tehnologija koje čine da se ljudska rasa razvija uz sve veće ubrzanje i i u nekoj vrsti delirijuma, ta ideja o svetu kao obmani je mnogo jasnija i bliža prihvatanju. Da li je ovaj svet samo san, i mi ga sanjamo, ili smo mi san koji svet sanja? Povez koji često koristim je metafora za zatvaranje očiju pred obmanama. Razotkrivanje je moguće, ali nije svako spreman da se suoči sa sobom, jer to zahteva razvoj, tačnije promenu. A promena je u stvari jedina konstanta. Biserka Petrović Diplomirala na F.L.U u Beogradu 2004, magistrirala vizuelne umetnosti na Likovnoj akademiji u Firenci, pod mentorstvom prof. Domenika Viđana. Stipendista italijanske i norveške Vlade, grada Lazarevca i Fondacije za talente Republike Srbije. Živela u Firenci od 2005. do 2015, predajudi slikarstvo na Accademia del Giglio i radedi u umetničkoj radionici u Muzeju Palazzo Strozzi. 2016. u Poljskoj slikala S ljubavlju Vinsent, prvi dugometražni film u istoriji svetske kinematografije slikan uljem na platnu, dobitnik tridesetak festivalskih nagrada i kandidat za Oskara. Dobitnica je nagrade za grafiku F.L.U. u Beogradu, specijalnih pomena na Iowa Biennial u U.S.A. i Premio Pandosia u Italiji, finalista nagrada Premio Città di Novara u Italiji i Artzine u Španiji. Radovi joj se nalaze u više javnih i privatnih kolekcija u zemlji i inostranstvu, a izdvaja se Glo’Art kolekcija u Belgiji, u kojoj je uvrštena u najbolje pozvane umetnike koji su ušli u katalog izabranih dela. Samostalno izlagala 15 puta (u Srbiji i Italiji) a kolektivno na četrdesetak izložbi u Italiji, Bugarskoj, S.A.D, Danskoj, Slovačkoj, Poljskoj, Rumuniji i naravno Srbiji. Član je ULUS-a od 2015. Kompletna biografija i galerije radova nalaze se na internet prezentaciji: www.biserkapetrovic.com

Galerie Makowski

solo exhibition from Uwe M. Glatz

25 Nov 2020 – 05 Dec 2020

Atlas Gallery

ENDURANCE AND THE GREAT WHITE SILENCE

08 Dec 2020 – 31 Jan 2021

The Antarctic Photographs of Frank Hurley, Herbert Ponting and Captain Scott The exhibition Endurance and the Great White Silence at Atlas Gallery brings together the most famous and most influential photographs of Antarctica ever taken in superb new platinum-palladium prints. It is the first time these images by three legendary Antarctic names – Scott, Ponting and Hurley – have been exhibited together. At the beginning of the 20th Century a number of expeditions were launched to conquer the South Pole. The most tragic was the Terra Nova expedition led by Captain Scott, accompanied by the photographer Herbert Ponting. During the winter of 1911, Ponting took many photographs of Scott and the other members of the expedition in the Antarctic winter hut at Cape Evans on Ross Island, producing images that speak to us both within and beyond their historical context. At the start of 1911 Captain Scott set out to reach the Pole with a smaller team, famously perishing on their return journey. A set of negatives of mesmerising images of the polar trek were found with Scott's dead body and have been grouped in a breathtaking limited edition platinum book. A few years later Captain Ernest Shackleton set out for the South accompanied by photographer Frank Hurley. When their ship, the Endurance, sank in the Weddell Sea after being trapped and crushed by sea ice, his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917 turned into one of the greatest survival stories of all time. Documented by the Australian photographer Frank Hurley, it has gone on to inspire historians and the general public for over a century. The approximately two hundred glass plate and celluloid negatives brought back by Hurley from the expedition constitute one of the greatest treasures in the history of human exploration. The platinum-palladium process is the most stable and aesthetically rewarding of all black and white photographic printing techniques. Produced by coating specially manufactured paper with a light-sensitive emulsion containing platinum and palladium salts, these prints exhibit an expanded tonal range, three-dimensionality, and a uniquely luminous quality. Their permanence makes them the medium of choice for securing photographic archives and legacies far beyond the life of the original negatives.

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Julie Edwards: Beyond Imperfections

28 Nov 2020 – 23 Jan 2021

“I will not be determined by my illness, yet be more creative in spite of it.” — Julie Edwards Trying to come to grips with a debilitating diagnosis, impressionist artist Julie Edwards (1970, UK) prefers to look beyond her current "imperfections". Inspired by experiences and deeper meanings to daily occurrences, images for a new painting will simply come to her. But before placing a canvas on the easel, Julie goes through a series of careful preparations. Very much a cognitive process, she explores journaling and sketching. But when transferring it all to the canvas, a whole new experience transpires. While layering the paints, the work evolves. Julie can lose herself in the painting as she goes through her poignant process. What seemed mere minutes were factually hours. Emotions tangible; at times raw, or ever so soft and subtle, Julie masters and controls the translation to the canvas. Yet able to add their own experiences, Julie leaves room for the viewer to be part of the conversation. This specially curated collection of Julie’s work (2016-2020) provides the viewer with a very personal look into the artist’s world.

Jacob Hoerner Galleries

Fin 2020 | Final 2020 Viewing Room Presentation | Represented Artists

26 Nov 2020 – 20 Dec 2020

Fin 2020 Final 2020 Viewing Room Presentation Represented Artists Thu November 26 2020 - Sun December 20 2020 For further information info@jacobhoernergalleries.com +61 0412 243 818

HEAVENLY PATH ART GALLERY

"Impressions" - I A

25 Nov 2020 – 25 Oct 2021

A Retrospection of works in a bygone Era.

Calvin Lai

Chroma

30 Nov 2020 – 01 Jan 2021

CHROMA, a new series of 20 oil paintings, inspired by the desire to see life clearly and simply. In these paintings, Calvin takes the bold step of removing many of the factors that an artist usually considers, and creates pieces that render the human form with a mainly monochromatic palette and a 12"x12" picture plain. By limiting the amount of elements to deal with, Calvin frees himself to concentrate on how he sees his subject in order to render it successfully. Each piece is a reminder that the process of seeing is a skill that needs fostering, and can be applied to all aspects of life, especially in today's world.

Greenwich Open Studios

Greenwich Open Studios Virtual Exhibition Room 3

01 Dec 2020 – 31 Jan 2021

Zirignon GROBLI

Tableaux Zirignon GROBLI (1993-2000)

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Ройтер Михаил Григорьевич

27 Nov 2020 – 27 Dec 2020

Выставка Михаила Григорьевича Ройтера, известного советского графика и книжного иллюстратора

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Деревни и Рыбалка

28 Nov 2020 – 28 Dec 2020

Tenri Kulturwerkstatt

„unbekannt verwandt“ – Dan Hepperle

In dieser Ausstellung werden bisher nicht gezeigte Arbeiten auf Leinwand, Holz, Holzkisten und Papier aus den letzten 15 Jahren zu sehen sein. Farbige Grau- und Weißabstufungen, vielschichtige Überlagerungen, zum Teil auch collagiert, lassen Bildräume entstehen, die Spuren aus längst vergangener Zeit in sich zu tragen scheinen. Dan Hepperle spielt während der Vernissage um 16 und 18 Uhr auf der japanischen Bambusflöte Shakuhachi. Kontakt: http://www.tenri-kw.de info@tenri-kw.de 0221-9311 9890

Altro Mondo

Rondo

14 Nov 2020 – 06 Dec 2020

Featuring the works of Alessandro Papetti, Alfred Marasigan, Ambie Abaño, Darel Javier, Demi Padua, Dengcoy Miel, Don Bryan Bunag, Efren Madlangsakay Jr., Erwin Leaño, J Consunji ,Jay Ragma, Jayson Cortez, Jemima Yabes, Jo Tanierla, Joar Songcuya, Jonathan Benitez, Jhon Emerson Tejones, Justin Nuyda, Kim Hamilton Sulit, Kim Santiago, Lorebert Maralita, Louie Ignacio, Mario de Rivera, Martin Honasan, Nasser Zulueta, Niccolo Jose, Norlie Meimbang, Olivia d'Aboville, RA Tijing, Reynold Dela Cruz, Roberto Feleo, Ron Mariñas, Tom Russ, Winner Jumalon

Arts Project Australia

Virtual Gala / 2020 / Part 2

20 Nov 2020 – 01 Dec 2021

Until 2020, you’d encounter forty artists a day working away in the sun-filled Arts Project Australia studio. The gallery would present 14 solo and group exhibitions, feature 800+ artworks by 190+ studio and invited artists, and welcome 3,000+ artists, families, students, collectors, curators, volunteers and board members to celebrate at our openings. In 2020, we presented two exhibitions in the gallery—Will Murray Solo and Pleased to Meet You—then, on the 16th of March, we all went home. But, as we approach the end of the year, Arts Project Australia artists, staff and board have not rolled over, stopped working, making or given up in the face of tough times. Arts Project Australia artists, staff and board have risen to the challenge. The Arts Project Australia Virtual Gala is a celebration of the artists and their incredible work in 2020, as a continuation of the work they do every year, come hail or shine. It is also a celebration, albeit a virtual one, of our vibrant and creative community—our family—of artists, supporters and friends. Enjoy the 201 artworks and the experience of our Virtual Gala and, remember, 100% of every winning bid goes directly into the hands of Melbourne-based artists. — Celebrate the end of the year with Arts Project Australia on Facebook and Youtube live stream on 3 pm Saturday 28 November. The Virtual Gala will feature special moments with APA artists, words from Arts Project director Sue Roff and curator Sim Luttin, and entertainment from an exclusive line-up including Paul Kelly. Want to party with food? The Recreation is providing a picnic hamper with a selection of cheeses, cold baked goods and wine to enjoy from home (pick up and delivery options available). Alongside the live stream, 150 artists are presenting 200 artworks at a virtual exhibition and for sale at a silent auction hosted by Leonard Joel. This year, 100% of sales will be paid to artists. Both Virtual Gala auction and exhibition will launch from Friday 20 November and close Tuesday 1 December, giving plenty of time to browse and buy Arts Project Australia artworks before and after the Saturday 28 November live stream. — Register to receive the free live stream link, order your picnic hamper and receive updates on the Gala auction and exhibition. REGISTER NOW https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/virtual-gala-tickets-127963292653 PLACE A BID https://www.invaluable.com/catalog/zxs55wf1gj

FUTURES Exhibits

Bristol Botanic Garden - An Unusual Spring and Summer

26 Nov 2020 – 11 Dec 2020

The Botanic Garden was built for people to view, arms behind back and looking at the exhibits doing their thing, learning about the wondrous practical beauty that the plant world produces. This year was different; at the end of March society closed down to prevent the spread of a new virus, and with it the Botanic Garden gates shut for 5 months. A skeleton staff tended the collections while the groundhog sunshine added to the eeriness of the situation. Meanwhile the plants grew and the flowers flowered, they were performing on stage while the auditorium was empty. We felt we had to share what was happening on Instagram and Facebook, through videos and online tours, blogs, and for our members, informative weekly emails from the curator. Here are a number of images taken in the Garden from the beginning of lockdown on March 16th until the easing of restrictions on July 4th. If you follow the images on the green wall around the room clockwise from the bee on a yellow flower, you will see the images in date order, from 16/3/20, to 4/7/20. On the raised platform you'll find links to videos filmed in the botanic garden and have the opportunity to learn more about what has been going on there. Enjoy your virtual visit.

ARTUNER

Embryonze

20 Nov 2020 – 20 Dec 2020

Petra Mönkemöller

A fresh sea breeze

21 Nov 2020 – 21 Feb 2021

A new exhibition for my sailing pictures. A fresh sea breeze with many pictures around the sea. Sailboats and sailing yachts in modern colors or with maritime colors. Lighthouses in turquise directly at the sea. Coastal landscapes with beach Chairs.

Stephen Friedman Gallery

In real life | Art Basel Miami Beach 2020

23 Nov 2020 – 04 Jan 2021

For the Art Basel Miami Beach Online Viewing Room, Stephen Friedman Gallery’s presentation ‘In real life’ focuses solely on figuration and depictions of the human form through painting, sculpture and works on paper. Artists include Leilah Babirye, Jonathan Baldock, Sarah Ball, Denzil Forrester, Wayne Gonzales, Deborah Roberts, Yinka Shonibare CBE, David Shrigley and Kehinde Wiley. This is the first time the gallery has exhibited Sarah Ball’s work since announcing representation of the British artist in November. Ball’s meticulously rendered portraits explore themes of gender and identity. Demonstrating an acute sensitivity to the psyche of her subjects, the artist emphasises physical characteristics that define how we outwardly portray ourselves to the world. Often depicting people who celebrate self-expression and contest traditional binary norms, Ball focuses on physiognomy, hairstyles, clothes, jewellery and make-up that reveal the idiosyncrasies of her anonymous, often unknowing sitters. Other highlights include new works on paper by American artist Deborah Roberts recently featured by The New York Times ahead of her forthcoming solo exhibition at The Contemporary Austin in January 2021; a new painting by British-Grenadian artist Denzil Forrester that invites us into one of his trademark nightclub scenes, and coincides with his current mid-career survey at Spike Island in Bristol; a ceramic sculpture by Leilah Babirye that champions queer and trans communities in Uganda by playing with the visual tropes of traditional African sculpture; and a monumental painting by American artist Kehinde Wiley continuing the artist’s exploration of race, identity and gender in the context of post-colonialism.

Altro Mondo

Romancing the Canvas

14 Nov 2020 – 06 Dec 2020

There’s nothing comforting, even reassuring, about classical themes in art. Even during these difficult times, Altro Mondo Arte Contemporanea and the artists of L’arc en Ciel Atelier continue to create and fulfill their artistic dreams with ‘Romancing the Canvas,” offering a sequel to our previous show, “Romancing the Water.” It’s an extravaganza of talent, expressed in still lives, landscapes, and portraits drawn from classical and Filipino themes. The roster of L’Arc en Ciel artists for the show includes Luna Aguelles, Miguel Buhay, JV Calanoc, Lea Calanoc, Noemi Concepcion, Sky de Leon, Alfred Galura, Elaine Herbosa, and Rupert Jameson. These artists are homegrown, nurtured at L’Arc en Ciel Atelier and have enhanced their art vocabulary by studying at the Art Students League of New York, Florence Academy of Art, Kline Academy of Fine Arts Los Angeles, the Art League in Virginia, Scottsdale Art School Arizona; and by attending various workshops, both local and international. As a point of interest, we have a teacher/student corner featuring works done by outstanding new artists Anna Mare Lacson Haurie, Toti Herbosa, Lizette Gueco, Mylene Arnaldo and Jing Jotie Duran under the tutelage of Elaine O. Herbosa. Their works are inspiring to those aspiring to be artists as well.


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