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HART announces group exhibition Household Gods

Not-for-profit arts organization HART is delighted to announce the first exhibition resulting from its arts programming. Household Gods will open to the public on 30 September 2020, both virtually and physically at HART Hall (G/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central), and runs through to 21 November 2020. The group exhibition, curated by Ying Kwok,

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Built Environment: An Alternative Guide to Japan

An Exhibition featuring sustainable Japanese Architecture and a Public Dialogue with Japanese & Filipino architects and an engineer. The Japan Foundation, Manila, and the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, in cooperation with Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, are pleased to announce the traveling exhibition Built Environment: An Alternative Guide to Japan which will be physically

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Online Relaunch of ‘Searching Sanctuary’

Featuring works from 21 artists, Searching Sanctuary promotes the imperative and ever-relevant theme of environmental preservation. Due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine that was enforced last March, SILVERLENS exhibition, Searching Sanctuary was abruptly concluded. The gallery has announced recently its exclusive online relaunch. Featuring works from 21 artists, Searching Sanctuary promotes the imperative and ever-relevant theme of environmental preservation. Curated by

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Cues from the Times: Art and Crisis

Join art scholar and curator Patrick Flores in a timely conversation with artists on how art has consistently reflected on and responded to crisis over time. Flores draws insights from the works of nine contemporary Filipino artists in the ongoing exhibition Cue from Life Itself: Filipino Artists Transform the Everyday, which opened last February at the Metropolitan Museum

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Clio Is Taking a Sabbatical Year

Considering the current health situation, Clio Art Fair is officially suspending its fair programming for the next 12 months. Clio, the Manhattan Fair for independent artists, will debut in Venice in June 2021 as a side event of the Biennale, then it will return to NY in September 2021 during the Armory Show and will debut in Los Angeles in

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Nikulas Lebajo Interprets “Carnival” For His 20th One-Man Show

Master minimalist and award-winning artist Nikulas Lebajo has depicted the subject matter in the context of visual interpretation for his 20th one-man exhibition aptly titled “Carnival,” showcasing more than ten pieces of conscientiously, and well-thought-of oil on canvas paintings. As life-imitates-art, the appeal of this theme to the artist is deeper as he looks back

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Ways to Mark International Women’s Day In New York

There is something special about being a woman that can’t be imitated in men. They are inspired by femininity, but they are also enlivened with power. Here’s to girl power! For this year’s Women’s Day celebration, explore arts and culture centering on women at the heart of New York City. Here are our top recommendations: