New art exhibit shows the world within dolls
The Doll – The World Within, a unique and colorful exhibition featuring art dolls, paintings, photographs and graphic and applied arts, will open this Friday, November 27, at the Arena Mall in Herzliya Pituah. All Health Ministry guidelines will be observed.The chief curator of the exhibition, Elena Kunin, an art critic and art doll maker in her own right, tells The Jerusalem Post, “Ours is a curator exhibition, meaning that we present only works by leading artist from Israel, Ukraine, Russia, USA, Austria, Italy and Latvia, and this is what makes the difference.”She goes on to explain that, s...
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Emirati artist Abdullah Lutfi shares autism journey in art exhibit
Emirati artist Abdullah Lutfi has shared his journey as a person on the autism spectrum through quirky drawings displayed at his second solo exhibition in Dubai.A student of Mawaheb from Beautiful People (Mawaheb), a Dubai-based art studio for people of determination, Lutfi’s collection of 116 canvases is showcased at Cuadro Gallery, Dubai International Financial Centre.For the exhibition, the 27-year-old has worked on 100 20x20 inch canvases — all drawn in black marker.One of the highlights of the show is a 2x2 metre painting of the Dubai Expo 2020 site.Lutfi’s love for Japanese culture has a...
In Pictures: ‘We are all HongKongers’ protest exhibition opens in New York
An art exhibit supporting the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement opened in New York City last Friday.Entitled “We are all HongKongers,” the exhibit was a coordinated international effort by Hongkongers across the world. Teams from Hong Kong, Tokyo and London collaborated for months leading up to the show.Hosted at a gallery in the city’s central Soho area, displays include graphic artworks, statues and video footage from Hong Kong’s pro-democracy demonstrations which erupted last summer.Also featured is a recreation of the Lennon Walls which sprouted across the city during the protests – colourf...
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Up for grabs: Tokyo art exhibit invites theft
Tokyo (AFP) - The Tokyo art exhibit opened to enthusiastic visitors, but many of those circulating weren't just there to soak in some culture -- they were casing the joint for a midnight raid.Hours after the gallery closed for the night, a crowd had gathered ready to pounce on the artworks. The police station was nearby, but officers only intervened for crowd control, because all the pieces at the Stealable Art Exhibition were up for grabs.The event was intended as "an experiment", to alter the relationship between artists and visitors, organiser Tota Hasegawa told AFP.It was originally concei...