Les Sculptures sous-marines de Grenade ont été restaurées — Les Renards rouges

Un article de Kelly Babo (France Info) sur les célèbres statues du parc sous-marin de Grenade, crées par le sculpteur britannico-guyanais Jason deCaires Taylor. L’office du tourisme de Grenade l’a annoncé mardi 9 novembre 2021. La rénovation des sculptures du parc sous-marin de l’île est désormais achevée. Le site fait partie des 25 merveilles du monde […]Lire la suite « Les Sculptures sous-marines de Grenade ont été restaurées — Les Renards rouges »

“The Abyss of the Ocean: Cuban Women Photographers, Migrations, the Question of Race” — Repeating Islands

“The Abyss of the Ocean: Cuban Women Photographers, Migrations, the Question of Race,” curated by Aldeide Delgado—scholar of Cuban photography and founder of Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA)—is on view at the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) through June 2022. This digital exhibition opened on March 21, in commemoration of Women’s History Month. […]Lire la suite « “The Abyss of the Ocean: Cuban Women Photographers, Migrations, the Question of Race” — Repeating Islands »

Web-Like String Installations by Chiharu Shiota Hold Tension Between Absence and Existence | Colossal — msamba

APRIL 28, 2022. GRACE EBERT A profound sense of curiosity and a search for answers consumes Chiharu Shiota’s practice. The Osaka-born, Berlin-based artist is known for her massive installations that crisscross and intertwine string into mesh-like labyrinths. Simultaneously dense in construction and delicate and airy, the site-specific works rely on negative space and a recurring […]Lire la suite « Web-Like String Installations by Chiharu Shiota Hold Tension Between Absence and Existence | Colossal — msamba »

In Orlando, 25 Mysterious Basquiats Come Under the Magnifying Glass — Repeating Islands

Vibrant paintings on cardboard said to be by the artist were found in the storage unit of a Hollywood screenwriter. Will a museum show resolve questions about their authenticity — or raise new ones? A report by Brett Sokol for The New York Times. It seems like a story too good to be true, and for […]Lire la suite « In Orlando, 25 Mysterious Basquiats Come Under the Magnifying Glass — Repeating Islands »

Launch— »PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince” — Repeating Islands

Join Haiti Cultural Exchange in partnership with Pioneer Works for a special event celebrating the release of PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince. The launch will take place at Red Hook Labs on Saturday, March 19, from 6:00 to 9:00pm. The program will feature spoken word by writer Jennifer Celestin, live drumming, a performance by multidisciplinary artist Sheila Anozier accompanied by percussionist Tiga Jean-Baptiste, a […]Lire la suite « Launch— »PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince” — Repeating Islands »

[TEXTE EXPOSITION] Jérémy Gobé – DANS LES SOLS, L’AVENIR PEUT-ÊTRE / Rurart — Julie Crenn

DANS LES SOLS, L’AVENIR PEUT-ÊTRE. Une exposition de Jérémy Gobé & Small Beings, œuvre sonore de Julie Rousse Texte par Julie Crenn « Fabriquer des mondes n’est pas réservé aux humains. »Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing –Le champignon de la fin du monde (2017) Depuis le début des années 2000, Jérémy Gobé observe attentivement tant les gestes des artisan.es, les mouvements […]Lire la suite « [TEXTE EXPOSITION] Jérémy Gobé – DANS LES SOLS, L’AVENIR PEUT-ÊTRE / Rurart — Julie Crenn »

« No to GOLD! – Pas de Cartier ! » Yanomami and Trees – Gold Mining and Gold Luxury items / Exhibition 2022 — Barbara Crane Navarro

« The Forest Is Burning »Photo montage from Fire Sculpture PerformancesBarbara Crane Navarro « The Yanomami shamans who fight the xawara epidemic see the disease’s image appear in the form of strips of scarlet fabric. The xawara epidemic is approaching and its smoke is glowing red! It is making the sky become ghost and is devouring all the human beings in its […]Lire la suite « « No to GOLD! – Pas de Cartier ! » Yanomami and Trees – Gold Mining and Gold Luxury items / Exhibition 2022 — Barbara Crane Navarro »

Cuban Artist Tomás Sánchez Contrasts Pristine Landscapes With Wastelands in His First Solo Show in 17 Years — Repeating Islands

The artist’s work is currently on view at Marlborough New York. A report from the Artnet Gallery Network. About the Artist: Cuban-born artist Tomás Sánchez (b.1948) paints detailed, uncanny landscapes as an extension of his five-decade-long meditation practice. The artist, who has lived in Mexico and currently resides in Florida, is widely regarded as one of […]Lire la suite « Cuban Artist Tomás Sánchez Contrasts Pristine Landscapes With Wastelands in His First Solo Show in 17 Years — Repeating Islands »

Climate change in the work of artist Lionel Cruet — Repeating Islands

Puerto Rican artist Lionel Cruet’s exhibition “As Far as the Eyes Can See”—including large-format experimental photography on the warming of the oceans and a related video—is on view at the San Patricio Art Center (SPACE) in San Juan, Puerto Rico, until April 23, 2022. El Nuevo Día writes that Cruet is an artist committed to […]Lire la suite « Climate change in the work of artist Lionel Cruet — Repeating Islands »

Gli animali nei teatri di guerra con STEVE McCURRY – ‘ANIMALS’

Che fine fanno gli animali durante la guerra? Dal parco zoologico di Kiev sotto le bombe, a chi scappa portando con sé i propri animali domestici, fino ai volontari che si adoperano per salvare quelli rimasti soli. Sono solo alcune delle immagini di questi giorni che ci ricordano che anche gli animali vivono il terribile […]Lire la suite « Gli animali nei teatri di guerra con STEVE McCURRY – ‘ANIMALS’ »

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