Los Angeles based photographer Jin-Woo Prensena makes his debut in London, with the exhibition ELEMENTS. If you never heard about Jin Woo Prensena, you can find the exciting video about him and his ways of shooting here. As a top handler in Hollywood Jin-Woo Prensena got the opportunity to travel the world to some of the most unique … More Jin-Woo Prensena at 45 Park Lane
Whimsical with a touch of fantasy and pre-historical elements, F. Skála’s artwork will surely catch your attention. František Skála (born 1956 in Prague) is a Czech sculptor, painter, children’s book illustrator, musician and dancer. He was part of one of the earliest post-modern Czech art groups, known as Tvrdohlaví (The Stubborn Ones) formed in 1987. One of the National Gallery’s … More Unusual exhibition – F. Skála in Prague
The National Gallery in Reykjavík is not too large but comprises a beautiful collection of the top Icelandic modern and contemporary art, along with a few foreign artists such as Edward Munch or Picasso. The main temporary exhibition (26.5.2017 – 22.10.2017) consists of colourful hair suspended on the ceilings, by Hrafnhildur Arnadóttir, also known as … More National Gallery in Reykjavik – Shoplifter
Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985) was a French Painter, Printmaker, and Sculptor. This summer, his tragi-comic sculptures are scattered around the Rijksmuseum Gardens, the museum’s fifth open air exhibition of its kind. Dubuffet’s idealistic approach to aesthetics embraced the so called “low art” and refrained from traditional standards of beauty in favour of what he believed to be … More Dubuffet Sculptures in Amsterdam!
Seth Price, born in 1973, is a post-conceptual artist based in New York. His work is multi-disciplinary, as it covers a large spectrum of techniques, including painting, installations, collage or multimedia, aiming to tackle various topics such as cultural consumerism or the rise of new technologies. Currently exhibited at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Social synthetic … More Social Synthetic by Seth Price at Stedelijk Museum