SUMMER EXHIBITIONS

One of our favorite quotes is “Make your life a living art”. With this we will start today. Summer is almost here and we`re already planning our vacations. No matter where we go, we always want to visit everything that is related to art. Museums, exhibitions, art galleries. They are the best inspiration for our projects and shoots. So let`s disconnect for a while from Instagram and Pinterest and make the art agenda for the summer.

KAREL APPEL: ART AS CELEBRATION!
Paris, France

The cosmopolitan Dutch artist Karel Appel is known  for his idea of how abstract art should look like. He was part of the  CoBrA group. CoBrA set out to eclipse such contemporary academic forms as abstract art, which they saw as too rigid and rational. They proposed instead a spontaneous, experimental art that included various practices inspired by Primitivism. They were especially drawn to children’s drawings and the art of the mentally disturbed, and held fast to the international aspirations characteristic of the avant-garde. His work is very creative and inspirational and it definitely deserves to be visit it. You`ll find it at the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, till August 20. Source 

 

AUTOPHOTO – FONDATION CARTIER POUR L`ART CONTEMPORAIN
Paris, France

If you like cars, you`ll love this one. This exhibition will present the relationship between photography and the automobile. Since its invention at the end of the 19th century, the automobile has reshaped our landscape, extended our geographic horizons and altered our conception of space and time, offering photographers a new subject, point of view and way of exploring the world. You can go there this summer until October 1, on 261 Bvd Raspail. Source

JOSEF FRANK – AGAINST DESIGN
Stockholm, Sweden

If you`re in Stockholm, Sweden, this summer, you better visit The exhibition Josef Frank – Against Design. The exhibition presents unique and never before seen material from ArkDes collections, from the groundbreaking architecture to colorful patterns and furniture.You`ll get some really interesting tips about how to create your space at home, really artsy. You`ll find it at EXERCISPLAN 4, till  August 27. Source

 

JUERGEN TELLER-ENJOY YOUR LIFE!
Berlin, Germany

We care a lot about our photographers and we appreciate them a lot and all the time. Juergen Teller is one of the world’s most sought-after contemporary photographers. His works, many of which take the form of extensive series, are published in books, magazines and exhibitions. He even worked with Celine and Louis Vuitton. And now you can see his  incredible work in Berlin. What way better to celebrate photographers then an exposition? Niederkirchnerstraße 7 is the place, till June 3, BERLIN. Source


TREASURES FROM THE WRECK OF THE UNBELIEVABLE
Venice, Italy

„Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable” has been almost ten years in the making. The exhibition tells the story of the ancient wreck of a vast ship, the and presents what was discovered of its precious cargo: the impressive collection of Aulus Calidius Amotan (a freed slave better known as Cif Amotan II) which was destined for a temple dedicated to the sun. You`ll find an interesting story and some mistery at Palazzo Grassi until August 31. Source

CHRIS OFILI: WEAVING MAGIC
London, UK 

Turner Prize winner Chris Ofili, has been collaborating with the internationally renowned Dovecot Tapestry Studio to see his design translated into a handwoven tapestry. And the dream was made. The imagery reflects Ofili’s ongoing interest in classical mythology and the stories, magic, and colour of the Trinidadian landscape he inhabits. You can visit his works of art until August 28. Source

FOTO: Dimitri Finko
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