Van Gogh, Cézanne, Monet – The Bührle Collection at Kunsthaus Zürich

February 9th, 2010 by shearyadi

From 12 February to 16 May 2010, the Kunsthaus Zürich will host one of the world’s most important private collections – the Foundation E.G. Bührle Collection.

The collection’s main focus is on French Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, including other 19th-century French …

Harald Hauswald “Auferstanden aus Ruinen” exhibition at pool gallery

October 13th, 2009 by shearyadi

pool gallery, with support from Patek Philippe, presents : “Auferstanden aus Ruinen”, with photography works by Harald Hauswald.

Harald Hauswald "Auferstanden aus Ruinen"

East German photographer Harald Hauswald’s work is exciting, insightful, and especially relevant today, as this year is the 20th anniversary of the …

MS UNDERSTOOD: Women’s Liberation in 1970s Britain

September 14th, 2009 by shearyadi

A major exhibition at The Women’s Library, London Metropolitan University running from 8 October 2009, will mark forty years of the Women’s Liberation Movement in Britain.

MS UNDERSTOOD: Women’s Liberation in 1970s Britain

Ms Understood: Women’s Liberation in 1970s Britain celebrates the 40th anniversary of the country’s …

Quilted Portraits & Stitched Scenes work by Luke Haynes, Gillian Bates & Alexandra Walters

September 4th, 2009 by shearyadi

Quilted Portraits & Stitched Scenes is the first exhibition at 360SEE to feature fabric and fiber art work.

Quilted Portraits & Stitched Scenes at 360SEE

While fiber art is often abstract and can feel unaccessible to many, this exhibition shows amazingly well executed fabric pieces that are …

Tina Berning’s 100 Girls On Cheap Paper + The Passengers

August 18th, 2009 by shearyadi

This September, gallery hanahou is celebrating the release of Tina Berning’s new edition of her sold-out book 100 Girls on Cheap Paper.

Tina Berning's 100 Girls On Cheap Paper

100 Girls on Cheap Paper, originally released by German publishing house Printkultur, is comprised of Berning’s project of …

Andy Gilmore “Black Math” a futuristic, almost alien feel of graphic works

July 10th, 2009 by shearyadi

Starting from July 11th 2009 – August 22nd 2009, pool gallery will exhibitioning Andy Gilmore’s mesmerizing kaleidescopic images of bright swirling colors, intricately interwoven lines that morphing into sleek harmonius forms.

Andy Gilmore "Black Math" a futuristic, almost alien feel of graphic works

Rochester, New York-based multi-talent artist Andy Gilmore, has a …

The Artistic Furniture of Charles Rohlfs Opens at the Milwaukee Art Museum

July 9th, 2009 by shearyadi

The first major exhibition of furniture and decorative art by the protean American craftsman and designer Charles Rohlfs begins its five-venue national tour at the Milwaukee Art Museum June 6–August 23, 2009.

The Artistic Furniture of Charles Rohlfs Opens at the Milwaukee Art Museum

The product of an innovative three-institution partnership, the …