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MICHAEL ANDREW LAW FINALLY MEETS MURAKAMI TAKASHI 村上 隆

Takashi Murakami (村上 隆 Murakami Takashi?, born February 1, 1962) is a Japanese contemporary artist.

In this Dec. 29, 2015 photo, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami poses with one of his works exhibited at « The 500 Arhats » exhibition at Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. 124 mots de plus

BY MICHAEL ANDREW LAW

Michael Andrew Law meets with Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates (born August 28, 1973) is an American social practice installation artist. He was born in Chicago, Illinois, where he still lives and works. Gates’ work has been shown at major museums and galleries internationally and deals with issues of urban planning, religious space, and craft. 265 mots de plus

Artist of the week - Michael Armitage

Nairobi-Born Artist Michael Armitage

В Африке гомосексуализм является незаконным в 34 странах. Помимо конституционных проблем гомофобия является эндемической: «Корректирующее» изнасилование, жестокость и убийство являются трагическими ежедневными реалиями. 80 mots de plus

Art

The Crystal Land in a White Cube

Infinite crystal shapes, repeating abstract patterns – stare into the cabinets and there they are off going off into the distance.  There is also a room with what look like giant constellations suspended from the ceiling.  27 mots de plus

Art Exhibitions

Gallery run 2nd March

West End to Thames to London Bridge.


Gerhard Richter of Marian Goodman Gallery with parallel lines printed on a grand scale.


Niele Toroni of Marian Goodman Gallery. 96 mots de plus

Sadie Coles

Traces of War

Anselm Kiefer Walhalla at White Cube

Anyone who is familiar with this German artist’s paintings will have gone to White Cube expecting work on a monumental scale, perhaps undertones of death and rebirth, with references to past historical events. 736 mots de plus

Arts

Korean Art in London

There’s a welcome return for Park Seo-Bo at the White Cube Gallery, this time with a move away from the pale tones of his previous exhibition to the seething blacks of his ‘zigzag’ paintings. 320 mots de plus

London