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Augustine Kofie "Build From Memory"
The title chosen for this new exhibition at Openspace Gallery by Augustine Kofie’s showcasing 2016-17 new series of collage, painting and installation speaks to our human ability to acquire knowledge and repetitively apply it to the material world. We are defined by our ability to manipulate nature, and by our experience of being in time. What we learned and remember is essential to what we make. In this way, we make the future out of the past through our present action, through building from memory, reassembling a mutated, partially preserved set of fragments into something new. There is loss in this, but there is gain as well.March 21, 2017
Abelardo Morell's "Flowers for Lisa"
In 2014 Abelardo Morell made a photograph of flowers for his wife's birthday. What started as an ordinary bouquet, set up in a vase in the artist's studio, became the impetus for an investigation into the depiction of floral arrangements throughout the history of art. Morell shot the same bouquet many times, rearranging it over and over in the same vase, and photographing it repeatedly.March 20, 2017
Ai Weiwei's "Law of the Journey" in Prague
"There’s no refugee crisis, but only human crisis... In dealing with refugees we’ve lost our very basic values," those words articulated by the world’s leading contemporary artist Ai Weiwei in response to the current humanitarian disaster resonate the intellectual ethical legacy of the most important thinkers of our time. Giving powerful evidence of the shared experience of living in an uprooted world in which we are no longer ‘at home’, they define the role of art as a means to understand our complex reality, to instigate action and provide solace. "In this time of uncertainty, we need more tolerance, compassion and trust for each other since we all are one. Otherwise, humanity will face an even bigger crisis."March 17, 2017
Okuda San Miguel's Mayan Renaissance
On Saturday, April 1st, 2017, Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles will presents Madrid based artist Okuda San Miguel in his US debut exhibition, Mayan Renaissance. Okuda’s exhibition features a new series of his vibrantly colored synthetic on enamel paintings, sculpture, and tapestry. Okuda's distinctive style of geometric harmonies, emboldened with intense colors, makes his artworks feel like they're from a parallel universe.March 17, 2017
DALeast "Plasma" @ Weinstein Gallery
After more than a year out of the spotlight, DALeast is back with a new solo exhibition opening on March 18th at Weinstein Gallery in San Francisco. Fresh from his 14 months trip around Nepal, India and Bali, the Chinese artist will be introducing his new body of work titled "Plasma."March 16, 2017
Merrilee Challiss' Spirit Animal Taxidermy
Merrilee Challiss' work is a meditation on the fact that everything going forward must be either an elegy (for what we have lost) or a celebration (of what we have left). Or both. Challiss' paintings picture her mind's tableaux of imagined realms, abstracted from reality and real forms.March 15, 2017
The Wild Movements of Costa Dvorezky
Born in Russia in 1968, Costa Dvorezky developed his unique brand of art through his extensive schooling at the Art College and the Academy of Arts in Moscow. His passion and talent for art was recognized by Russia’s Union of Young Artists when he received the Development of The Year Award in 1997.March 15, 2017
Jean-Pierre Roy's "Certain of My Uncertainty"
A couple of days ago Jean-Pierre Roy hosted an exclusive viewing of his new body of work for a selected group of friends and collectors at his studio in NYC. The event was organized in collaboration with Gallery Poulsen from Copenhagen as an exclusive preview of his upcoming show that will open on March 17th their brand new space.March 13, 2017