Google Alert - exhibition

As-it-happens update April 1, 2018
The iconic art of Peter Max defined the psychedelic experience of the 1960s, or at least the broad commercial expression and perception of it: Colorful imagery of gurus, sages, runners, flyers, Zen boats, snowcapped mountains, planets, stars and sunbeams, Max's cosmic posters adorned the walls of ...
Google Plus Facebook Twitter Flag as irrelevant
CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH: genius, idol, Glasgow's golden boy. Celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of his birth began this weekend at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Yet not that long ago he was rubbish. Literally – as his work was discarded, destroyed, maligned, unappreciated, overlooked.
Google Plus Facebook Twitter Flag as irrelevant
The second part of the exhibition is Colony: Frontier Wars. Disjunctively, but perhaps symbolically, located upstairs to represent conscience or higher truth, it is a powerful response by contemporary indigenous artists to the familiar version of history shown downstairs. The multimedia show is the state ...
Google Plus Facebook Twitter Flag as irrelevant
WITH the impassioned discussions going on last week over Australian cricket's appalling ball tampering incident, you might have missed a smaller but no less fiery debate. The fury was within these pages – and online – over GOMA's new exhibition, Patricia Piccinini: Curious Affection. Ostensibly an ...
Google Plus Facebook Twitter Flag as irrelevant
You have received this email because you have subscribed to Google Alerts.
RSS Receive this alert as RSS feed
Send Feedback