Posts in Exhibitions
1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair - Marrakech

After successful runs in London since 2013 and Brooklyn in 2015, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, will launch its first edition in Marrakech this weekend. The leading international art fair prides itself on promoting contemporary art that goes beyond the usual notion of Africa. It instead, references broader African perspective, thus contributing and reflecting a diverse Africa.

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Frieze Sculpture 2017 - London

For the first time, London's Regent's Park has been the elegant backdrop for contemporary sculptures, as part of the outdoor art display Frieze Sculpture 2017. Visitors can view marvels by artists such as Magdalena Abakanowicz, Rasheed Araeen and Urs Fischer at the pop up showcase for free.

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Exhibitions, UKJeremy J.London
Neu Now Festival

A grassroots art festival is making a come back this year for its ninth edition in Amsterdam's Westergasfabriek from the 14 to17 of September. This year's edition of the NEU NOW is going to be action packed with everything we have been waiting for. Emerging artists have been hand-picked by an international jury selecting only the freshest batch of exceptional artists graduating from art academies across Europe and beyond.

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The MAAT in Lisbon

The new Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) opened its doors to the public in Lisbon, in October 2016. The unique building also functions as a mirador on the banks of the Tagus with the aspiration of becoming a European reference for contemporary art. The museum was officially inaugurated one day before its opening by the main authorities, including Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa and the first Minister, António Costa.

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Contemporary Catalan Art - Museu Can Framis

The extensive neighbourhood of Poblenou (Catalan for new village) straddles the old and new with its arty nooks, in addition to its ode to technology, which is why the 22@ District name came about. The Fundación Vila Casas museum is located in the 22@ District, an area where Barcelona City Hall has promoted a full redevelopment of a former factory/heavy industry zone by substituting premises with light service industries.

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Ca n'Oliver - Centre of Art & History Hernández Sanz

Ca n'Oliver (or Oliver Palace) was inaugurated in late March of 2015, giving new life to the 19th century building that belonged to a family that comes from a long line of entrepreneurship harboured in a higher society. This now iconic museum slash palace is part of the artistic background of the Consell Insular of Menorca (Minorca) with works of art by the Hernandez Sanz - Hernández Mora collection. The reviving spirit of this former palace from the eighteenth century is serenaded across the walls and ceilings, with collections from the time around the British legacy of the island. 

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Art Dubai - 10th Edition Global Art Forum

Art Dubai is the leading inter­national art fair in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. The tenth edition of the fair takes place March 16-19, 2016 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The global art forum is extraordinarily diverse, the 2016 fair features 73 galleries from 35 countries, from the world’s most influential galleries to dynamic young art spaces. The artists range from emerging and upcoming practitioners from lesser-known art capitals to household names.

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Marrakech Biennale 2016 edition - Not New Now

The Marrakech Biennale is a non profit association, whose main purpose is to position Marrakech as the primary platform for contemporary art in the Middle East, Africa and Mediterranean region. National agencies, local businesses, collectives, galleries, foundations and His Majesty King Mohammed VI all welcome the more than 100,000 visitors expected this year for the 6th Edition of the Biennale. Art Festival - 24 Feb - 08 May 2016.

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Broadway 1602 - NYC, U.S.A.

Broadway 1602 opened its doors in the summer of 2005 by German curator and art critic Anke Kempkes. This gallery is off the beaten path and away from the obvious gallery openings in the city. It was first installed on Broadway between 28th and 29th in NYC, since 2010 the gallery moved to the 3rd floor of the historical 'Baoudouine Building' at 1181 Broadway between 27th and 28th Street. Representations of an international casts of emerging artists are celebrated here from cities such as New York, Warsaw, Berlin and London. 

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Air de Paris

In the year 1990, Florence Bonnefous and Edouard Merino founded a gallery called Air de Paris, paying tribute to Marcel Duchamp. The two have known each other since the hey days in the Magasin school in the southern French city of Grenoble. Their love for the arts has manifested in the gallery as they exhibit young talented artists from Grenoble, Pierre Joseph, Bernard Joisten, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Philippe Perrin before the world gawks amazingly at their end results. 

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Serpentine Galleries 15th Anniversary - London

For the past 15 years, the Serpentine Pavilion has become a global phenomenon for architectural experimentation, presenting inspirational temporary structures by some of the world's greatest architects. A much-awaited landmark in London each summer, the Pavilion is one of the top-ten most visited architectural and design exhibitions in the world.

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Gerhardt Braun Gallery - Palma de Mallorca

Gerhardt Braun Gallery works with keen talented professionals portraying entireties of photography, painting, sculpture, video, installation art and performance art. A long trajectory of contemporary artists preceded the past three years in this eclectic gallery, which was inaugurated in late 2012 with exhibits from Bulgarian artist Hristina Milanova. Soon after, well established artists like Bruno Bisang, Josep Maria Sirvent and Thierry Feuz to name a few, have portrayed their jewels here.  

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Expo Milano 2015

From the 1st of May to October 31st, Milan will host the Universal Exposition (Expo), the most important event showcasing all countries of the world, where they can show the best of their technologies and innovations, helping to stimulate human progress through different experiences. "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life" is the theme and the common thread of Expo Milano 2015 to encourage international discussions through organised events. The idea is to give an answer to a vital need for mankind: to ensure enough healthy food for everyone, to respect nature and avoid food excess and injustices. 

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