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Friedel Dzubas: The Size of Life

Friedel Dzubas: The Size of Life

Friedel Dzubas: The Size of Life is the first scholarly and comprehensive monograph devoted to German-born American artist, Friedel Dzubas (1915 - 1994), now considered one of the leading abstract pain
Henri Michaux, Untitled, 1981. Private collection.

Henri Michaux: The Other Side

Henri Michaux: The Other Side gathers a prominent set of works by a major—and unclassifiable—figure of 20th century arts and literature. Over the course of his long life, Henri Michaux (Namur, Belgium
Cape to Tehran

Cape to Tehran. GalleryMOMO

You're invited to join us on Saturday, 7 April at 11:00 in Johannesburg for the opening of Cape to Tehran: Re-imaging and re-imagining personal history in post-Apartheid South Africa and post-revolutio
  Celestial sphere, c. 200 BCE.  Paris, Private collection Kugel. © Paris, Private collection Kugel

Globes: Visions of the World

Curated by Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF), Louvre Abu Dhabi's second special exhibition, Globes: Visions of the World, will explore the history of the spherical representation of the world and

Madrid celebrates its first ever International Jazz Day

Madrid Town Hall is endorsing International Jazz Day, inundating Madrid with concerts, jams, master classes, dance classes, conferences and exhibitions designed for Jazz culture, dance and music lovers
Judy Ledgerwood, Sunshine and Shadow, 2017

Judy Ledgerwood: Far From The Tree

Rhona Hoffman Gallery is delighted to open its new location at 1711 West Chicago Avenue with Judy Ledgerwood’s fifth solo gallery exhibition Far From The Tree. The visual pleasure, luminosity, and opti
The documentary "Olé, Olé, Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America"

Cuba Premieres Documentary on The Rolling Stones´ Tour

The documentary ˜Olé, Olé, Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America'' and a photographic exhibition about the tour of the legendary British band The Rolling Stones will be premiered today in this capital.  
Acosta Danza

Japanese Thinks of Life within 1000 years from Cuban Dance

Japanese dancer and choreographer Saburo Teshigawara explores what life will be like in a thousand years, and to propose answers he chose to work with the Cuban company Acosta Danza.   Saburo, consid
Still from Infinite Imprint, 2018, ceramic, resin, hydrocal, sand, mylar, single channel video (unique), 69 x 38 x 42 inches

Aimee Odum, "Infinite Infinite"

Arts+Leisure is excited to announce Infinite Infinite, an exhibition of new work by Aimee Odum. Melding video, ceramics, and fragments of a variety of sculptural and technological materials, Odum forge