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GalleriesNow in the Mumbai Mirror

May 29, 2020

The Mumbai Mirror newspaper’s regular “5 things to do today” article, selected GalleriesNow as one of its recommendations today, saying:

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Galleria Continua launches the third edition of XXL Online

May 20, 2020

The latest issue of Continua XXL Online presents Sun Yuan & Peng Yu and their work “Can’t Help Myself” 2016 – 2019, a work first displayed in 2016 at the Guggenheim New York and then in 2019 at the 58th Venice Biennale “May You Live In Interesting Times”.  Continua XXL Online is an exclusive presentation of some of the gallery artists’ biggest projects. Featuring previously unseen content from Galleria Continua and artists as well as in depth information and insight into production, Continua XXL Online becomes a comprehensive experience in understanding large installations and artworks.

Gmurzynska #BookOfTheWeek

May 18, 2020

Each Wednesday, the gallery presents on Instagram one of the many beautiful books they use for research

galleria continua presents #ContinuaStaffPicks

May 17, 2020

Each week on their Instagram feed the gallery will post an artwork chosen by member of #GalleriaContinua family - a work that is particularly important, beautiful or touching accompanied by the sentiment and thought behind each staff member’s choice.

Parasol unit announces O Sole Mio #7

May 16, 2020

This issue reflects on the many roles played by the sun in our lives and the tension between reality and illusion. It features works by four artists, Darren Almond, Shezad Dawood, Ana Elisa Egreja and Ana Gallardo, with a reflection by Dr Layla Diba.

Gagosian presents Broadcast: Alternate Meanings in Film and Video

May 15, 2020

Broadcast is an online exhibition of artists' films and videos that employs the innate immediacy of time-based art to spark reflection on the here and now. The exhibition is organized into a series of “chapters”, each of which is divided into sections inspired by Timothy Leary’s exhortation “turn on, tune in, drop out”. Chapter One features works by Chris Burden, Douglas Gordon, Damien Hirst and Angus Fairhurst, Adam McEwen, Richard Serra and Taryn Simon.

Legendary art project do it launches new chapter do it (around the world)

May 14, 2020

Launching on Thursday 14 May, do it (around the world) is a new chapter of Hans Ulrich Obrist’s exhibition-in-progress, which for 27 years has tapped creative luminaries to share simple instructions for how to make an artwork that anyone can do.

Created by four international partners, the Serpentine Galleries in London, Independent Curators International (ICI) in New York, Kaldor Public Art Projects in Sydney and Google Arts & Culture, the project aims to connect people across the globe via instructions for DIY artworks.

Cardi Gallery launches Online Magazine with a look back at Ludovico Einaudi’s Royal Albert Hall Concert

May 13, 2020

Cardi Online Magazine is a new digital initiative aiming to highlight various cultural entities across literature, music, film and art. The first issue features an excerpt of one of the most acclaimed performances of Einaudi's career at the Royal Albert Hall on March 2, 2010.

ICP to hold the first virtual Infinity Awards

May 12, 2020

Since 1985, ICP’s Infinity Awards have celebrated and recognized significant achievements and emerging talent in the fields of photojournalism, art, fashion photography, media, and publishing. The 2020 edition, originally scheduled for April 29, will now be held online on Tuesday 19 May at 7pm. All proceeds from the virtual Infinity Awards will benefit ICP’s education and exhibition programmes.

The 2020 Award Winners are:

Lifetime Achievement: Don McCullin
Online Platform and New Media: The 1619 Project of the New York Times Magazine
Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism: Hannah Reyes Morales
Applied: Nadine Ijewere

Yancey Richardson Gallery announces the first artist Instagram takeover

May 11, 2020

Starting from Monday 11 May, artist Sharon Core will be taking over the gallery's Instagram, reflecting on her career and sharing re-discovered works from her archive, which the artist has been organising since the beginning of lockdown.

The Gallery of Everything participates in Art Brut Global

May 10, 2020

Open now until the end of May, Art Brut Global is a three-phase online initiative from New York’s Outsider Art Fair. Featuring unique works from alternative galleries worldwide, this first stage presents canonical 20th century artists, from Adolf Wolfli to Martin Ramirez. The Gallery of Everything has contributed material by these two respected authors, as well as by James Castle, Aloise Corbaz, Madge Gill, Augustin Lesage and Carlo Zinelli.

The Gallery has also launched a twice-weekly newsletter with Focus series. Artist Focus and Artwork Focus will offer deeper insight into artistic processes, interpretations and contexts. Re-Focus will present a recollection of earlier gallery projects, shared through InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

Cecily Brown Painting Sells in Gagosian Online Viewing Room

The sale of Figures in a Landscape 1, 2001 (pictured), exceeded the highest price ever paid publicly for a work made by Cecily Brown after 1999. The work is from a crucial moment in Brown’s development of her exuberant yet elusive figuration—the breakthrough period of her ascent that is best represented in global museums and most desired by collectors.

Hamiltons launches new social media initiatives

May 7, 2020

The gallery will be looking at the life and work of one photographer from their roster of artists every Monday with #ArtistOfTheWeek. On Tuesday, the gallery will share a link to a weekly changing viewing room, a virtual curated space where you can explore available works. Every Thursday, Hamiltons will be looking back at past art fairs and gallery exhibitions with a #TBT post. Finally, to end the week, the gallery will post a #PictureForTheWeekend every Friday, sharing an available, previously unseen, artwork. Follow Hamiltons on Instagram for more updates.

Simon Lee Gallery introduces #inthestudio

The new series offers snapshots of a life beyond the gallery – and into the one that is centred in and around the artist’s studio.⁣ ⁣

This week #inthestudio Clare Woods continues to challenge herself, creating smaller works on canvas. ⁣

Leila Heller Gallery presents Artist Spotlight Series

April 25, 2020

This week's selection is Iranian artist Soraya Sharghi whose artistic aim is to create new myth and narratives using the ancient mythology including Persian mythology, revolving around power.

Tune in each week for a behind-the-scenes look at an array of internationally-acclaimed artists from all corners of the world. Each artist is announced on Monday with an e-blast, followed by special activations such as Instagram takeovers, studio tours, Q & A interviews, live discussions with the artist, and more.

Large Glass Gallery launches Seeing the Unseen

April 24, 2020

The series presents previously unseen works by Hélène Binet, Hannah Collins, Cesare Fabbri, Peter Fraser, Guido Guidi, Jem Southam and Mark Ruwedel. Follow the gallery on Instagram for a new work every day.

Steve Turner introduces Focus, a new initiative on the gallery’s website dedicated to providing a deeper look at the practices, processes, and experiences of a network of international artists

The first edition of Focus features Medellín-based Camilo Restrepo and his work, Tight Rope #10 (El Diablo). In an interview with Steve Turner, Restrepo describes his experiences growing up in Medellín, his artistic rebirth at CalArts, and the motivations behind his art practice.

Over the coming months, the gallery will be profiling Pablo Rasgado, Mexico City; Kevin McNamee-Tweed, Iowa City; Siro Cugusi, Sardinia; Jingze Du, Dublin; Hannah Epstein, Halifax; Brittany Tucker, New York and Jon Key, New York.

Fergus McCaffrey announces FM Forward, the gallery’s new digital platform for cultivating insightful connections between artists, their pivotal artworks, and the community

April 23, 2020

FM Forward is rooted in the notion that seminal art may plant a beacon of hopeful connection across time, place, and medium. A space to share ideas and projects, the platform offers a deeper look into the lives and practices of the gallery's artists through a stream of digital content, including original videos, catalogues, live discussions, and first-hand virtual experiences.

For the inaugural release, we invite you to enter the visionary world of Martha Jungwirth, featuring a never-before-seen essay by acclaimed poet and art critic, John Yau.

Timothy Taylor shares #QuarantineDistractions

In this series, Timothy Taylor is reaching out to find out the four essentials that are keeping the gallery's artists and staff sane during this stress and anxiety-producing time, providing reading, watching and listening and cooking recommendations.

Laure Genillard Gallery launches LG Notations

The new series of curated online broadcasts of audio material from a selection of artists, curators and friends of the gallery kicked off with a recording of David Cunningham's performance 22 November 2002, presented for the opening of On Kawara's 2002 exhibition Consciousness. Meditation. Watcher on the Hills. at the Ikon Gallery.

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