Contemporary African artists explore themes of environmental and social disintegration. “Environment and Object: Recent African Art” at the Tang Museum.
“Over the River” by Christo and Jeanne-Claude may be the first art work subjected to NEPA environmental review. Public comment closes September 14.
The international environmental art exhibition “RETHINK: Contemporary Art and Climate Change” opens in Copenhagen October 31.
The Human/Nature exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) is beautiful, both in concept and content. Among other qualities, the show achieves an aura of maturity and real world-relevance that stands in quiet contrast to some of the contemporary art world’s less noble celebrations of cultural currency and market value. It [...]
Nature has inspired artists for centuries, from depicting it to interacting with it. Artist Jim Denevan is one of those who prefer the latter. Working completely by free-hand, Denevan constructs complex drawings on long stretches of beach. His canvas is organic, made of sea and sand. His drawings however look exactly the opposite; precise and [...]
Chris Jordan, a Seattle based visual artist, has created an exciting new exhibit entitled “Running the Numbers: An American Self-Portrait.” It can be viewed from September 8 to October 20 at the Paul Kopeikin Gallery located in Los Angeles, California. Jordan, the man behind previous works such as “In Katrina’s Wake: Portraits of Loss from [...]