True Faith explores the continued significance and legacy of New Order and Joy Division via the wealth of visual art their music has inspired. The newly-reopened Nationwide Military Museum ‘s first non permanent exhibition is an exploration of war art, looking at how both artists and troopers create art in response to battle, and their perspective on its affect. The exhibition will be an integral a part of the CHI conference.Artists whose work is accepted for the exhibition can be invited to apply for a grant, which will probably be between $250 and $2000. The world’s largest open exhibition has over 1,200 pieces on display from a various range of up to date artists, chosen by artist, and keeper of the RA, Eileen Cooper. At the Whitechapel Gallery ISelf Collection: The End of Love (until November 26) explores contemporary portraiture and the connection between artists and sitter. This will provide them with all the data they need to be sure you have chosen the very best website in your exhibition.
Having studied at St Martin’s School of Artwork in London he rebelled against the formalist academicism of the 60s by making sculpture out of garbage, water and other impermanent supplies, and by using his personal body to make action sculptures and impersonate sculptures by others.
At The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace, Canaletto and the Art of Venice (until November 12) brings the irresistible attract of one of the beautiful cities into view with a spectacular choice of 18th-century Venetian art together with a few of Canaletto’s biggest works.
Visualising The Water-Babies” (till November 26) brings together drawings and watercolours from the Reverend Charles Kingsley’s novel whose Victorian fairy-tale story conceals a deeper which means – addressing the conflict between Darwin’s Principle of Evolution and the Church.
Wheras final year the Pavilion focused on a selected theme, it is now an integral part of the Exhibition curated by director Christine Macel: it hosts two works by Marie Voignier, two videos allowing the artist to have a direct and unique dialog with the visitors.… Read More