Tag: Art World News

Engaging with Net Art

posted by – 06/14/13 @ 12:35pm

More and more frequently these days art has been transfered to the online world. Digital art is nothing new, but this isn’t about solely graphic design and using photoshop to create works of art. This is about using code and optimizing social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and even Vine and Instagram to create a more temporal world of art that can, in some cases, only be viewed digitally. In this recent post in ArtNews, read more and discover an entirely new and progressive world of art anchored to the web.

Newsworthy

posted by – 02/07/13 @ 2:58pm

Art Happenings

NEW YORK: Daniel Buren’s Electricity Paper Vinyl…” and “Electricity Fabric paint Paper Vinyl…”

“What happens when works are when institutional critique is taken out of the institution and located in a commercial gallery?” http://goo.gl/aVo2T

January 10–February 16, 2013 Petzel Gallery/Bortolami Gallery

Bruen's "Electricity Paper Vinyl..." Petzel Gallery, New York, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BROOKLYN: El Anatsui Gravity and Grace

Anatsui’s first solo exhibition in a New York museum. http://goo.gl/EGtpm

February 8- August 4, 2013 Brooklyn Museum

Art Jumpstart

posted by – 10/10/11 @ 9:14am

It’s Monday morning–what’s going on in the world of contemporary art, or right in our backyard? Click through the newest and newsworthy.

Miami: Fresh off of Pulse Art L.A., the art fair makes its way to Miami this December. Very similar to Art Platform

Boston: If you’re in BeanTown, be sure to check out the Museum of Fine Arts’ “Degas and the Nude” exhibit. Or, you know, just read the New Yorker’s review.

Nashville: Check out all the winners from Best of Nashville 2011…agree or disagree with the winners?

New York: You know it was bound to happen. A group of artists–cheekily calling their setup “No Comment”–temporarily occupied Wall Street. Check out the photos.

Nashville: “Tracey Snelling’s Woman on the Run at the Frist is a near-miss, but a miss nonetheless.” Ouch. Will you be checking out the Frist’s newest exhibit?