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  • TALLINN 2016
    EUROPE + EURASIAVIEW
  • SEOUL 2015
    EAST ASIA + PACIFICVIEW
  • Bamako 2015
    AFRICAVIEW
  • KATHMANDU 2015
    SOUTH + CENTRAL ASIAVIEW
  • GUATEMALA CITY 2015
    WESTERN HEMISPHEREVIEW
  • MUSCAT 2013
    NEAR EASTVIEW




Featured Artists


  • Jackson NarcomeyJackson NarcomeyVIEW

    Jackson Narcomey was born on January 25, 1942 W.W. Hastings Indian Hospital in Tahlequah, Oklahoma Jackson's Father and Mother, Rev. Raymond and Frances Narcomey raised Jackson and his siblings in Eufaula, Oklahoma the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Jackson returned to Tahlequah to live and attend Seq...
  • Meg CallahanMeg CallahanVIEW

    Raised in the great state of Oklahoma, Meg Callahan went on to study at the Rhode Island School of Design where she discovered her interest in the value of the handmade in contemporary life as well as the importance of a freshly sharpened pencil. Meg Callahan founded M.Callahan Studio in 2012 to cre...
  • Yousef AhmadYousef AhmadVIEW

    Yousef Ahmad is a Qatari artist, art adviser, collector, writer and educator in the field of art. He is a leading figure of Qatar's cultural development and regularly represent his country at international biennials and events. His art work has been displayed internationally....
  • Ria KrishnanRia KrishnanVIEW

    The transformation from an art lover to a professional artist demanded a dramatic shift in my interpretation of colors found in Nature. I remember going through a constant struggle trying to erase stereotypical notions of colors from my mind and attempting to deduce the true colors as apparent to my...




Media

El Pais: Babelia - A Muse for two artists: Time. Photographer Catherine Opie and painter Philip Taaffe, whose pieces hang in the most prestigious U.S. institutions, talk about their way of working and about the role of art in society. Rut de las Heras Bretin - There is a slice of America in the heart of Madrid. It’s not a metaphor, it’s a fact, between Paseo de la Castellana and Serrano Street one can find the Embassy and the home of the U.S. Ambassador, James Costos. In the garden, a fountain by Cristina Iglesias, creator of the doors of the Prado Museum extension, leads to the entrance to an art gallery, the collection that Costos houses. Some 80 works by artists like Chuck Close, Antoni Tapies, - read more>

April 2, 2016

Town&Country - A group of iconoclastic African-American artists are getting their work on walls around the world - and access to an international audience of millions. The radical patron behind it all? The U.S. State Department. Usually the term art world is a grandiose touch, a misnomer that really means, depending on the circumstances, famous artists and museum personnel, people who attend art fairs, the 200 or so blessed souls who bid on record-setting lots at auction, or the folks who claim to understand what’s written in Artforum. But for the lean, low-profile outfit known as Art in Embassies, the global connotation fits. A cadre of career employees of the U.S. Department of State, - read more>

April 1, 2016

Ottawa Citizen - When I phone Kiki Smith in New York City she is asleep and misses the call, which makes my opening question — do you ever sleep? — either prescient or unnecessary. Like so much with Smith’s work, it’s open to interpretation.

The question is inspired by Smith’s output. The 62-year-old artist, who will launch the second season Contemporary Conversations at the National Gallery of Canada on March 31, has produced a vast catalogue in many media — clothing, scarves, posters, plaster, screen prints, etchings, glass, bronze, silver, gold, rubber, wood, silk, linoleum, even blankets. So it’s unexpected to hear her say, when we connect on the second attempt, “Sorry, I overslept.”

I modify - read more>

March 28, 2016



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