Recently DeTnk featured the book The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift: Intellectual Barbarians by Annebella Pollen published by Donlon Books. A trip to the Whitechapel Gallery to see Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966) revealed that the gallery are also showing photographs and images from the archive featuring The Gibbo Kift Kindred (Entry is Free)!
A major exhibition bringing together over 100 works to show the impact of computer and Internet technologies on artists from the mid-1960s to the present day.
Charles and Ray Eames are among the most influential designers of the 20th century. Enthusiastic and tireless experimenters, this husband and wife duo moved fluidly between the fields of photography, film, architecture, exhibition-making, and furniture and product design.
L.A. artist, Herman was born and educated in Germany, he moved to California in 1977 and started churning out giant canvases. Painted with a loose, colorful hand, they managed to be simultaneously expressive and conceptual, with traces of Georg Baselitz and Anselm Kiefer, and Herman was recognized as the West Coast wing of the ’80s neo-Expressionist movement.
Gallery Galerie Louis Gendre, Chamalières has announced their forthcoming exhibition premiering artist Susan Shup's series of paintings entitled "From Freeform to Controlled and Back". Susan Shup is an American artist who has lived and worked in Paris since the 1980’s.
OBJECT REFLECTION features objects by designers Felicia Ferrone, Jonathan Muecke and Jonathan Nesci presented along side artworks by Monica Bonvicini, Martin Boyce, and Joe Pflieger. The dialogue developed between the works in OBJECT REFLECTION is based on a shared material quality that engages the viewer to question functionality, orientation, and meaning.
For Manchester International Festival 2015, artist Ed Atkins is drawing back the digital curtain with Performance Capture.
Performance Capture is an exhibition, a studio and a singular document of MIF15. Taking place at Manchester Art Gallery over the course of the Festival, the exhibition provides a unique and reflexive insight into the production of a computer-generated moving image work.
The British Council is delighted to present I SCREAM DADDIO, a new exhibition by Sarah Lucas which has been conceived and created for the British Pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia.
Rhode Island School of Design’s (RISD) Department of Furniture Design will present Face to Face: Searching for Authentic Experiences at the 2015 International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) from May 16–19, 2015.
What is Luxury? aims to interrogate and expand understandings of luxury by presenting exceptional examples of contemporary design and craftsmanship alongside conceptual projects which interrogate fundamental ideas of luxury, its production and future.
Critically acclaimed British product and interior designer Lee Broom has transformed a street of disused shops on Via Alfredo Cappellini to create ‘The Department Store’, his largest exhibition to date with the launch of over twenty new products.
Make Yourself Comfortable at Chatsworth, the headline exhibition for Chatsworth in 2015, opens on Saturday 28 March 2015. Encouraging new insights into the historic house, the exhibition incorporates leading contemporary designs, alongside the private collections of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.
Volume Gallery is pleased to announce its 5 year anniversary show Five to Life – A Very Serious Reenactment, opening March 13th 2015.
Galerie Maria Wettergren is proud to present the exhibition: “For The Love Of Detail ” by Danish designer Ditte Hammerstrøm.