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Imants Tillers: Journey To Nowhere

From 7 July until 30 September 2018 “Journey to Nowhere”, a major exhibition of works by Imants Tillers, will be on view at the Latvian National Museum of Art in the Great Exhibition Hall of the main building (in Riga,

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Louise Haselton | SALA’s 2019 Featured Artist

HUGE congratulations to Louise Haselton who has been named SALA Festival featured artist for 2019 at the festival’s official opening night gala at the Art Gallery of South Australia last thursday (26 July). Louise Haselton, 2018, End to End 1,

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Hossein Valamanesh: Documentary | BBC Persia

تکه‌هایی از یک هنرمند زندگی حسین والامنش و هنرش سایه‌های روشن فیلمی از محمدرضا چهان‌پناه در آپارات این هفته ساعات پخش جمعه ساعت ۹ شب ایران و افغانستان تکرارها: شنبه ۱۱ صبح، یکشنبه ۱۲ شب، سه‌شنبه ۴ بعدازظهر، چهارشنبه ۱۲

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HOSSEIN VALAMANESH | Institute of Islamic Culture, Paris.

The Open Letters season , from calligraphy to street art explores calligraphic dimensions in the current arts through an exhibition and numerous events: performing arts, screenings, conferences, debates, workshops for young audiences … Appearing in the seventh century, Arabic calligraphy

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JULIA ROBINSON | Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize 2017

Julia Robinson has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize for 2017 with her work, Bend, 2017. The Woollahra Small Sculpture prize is Australia’s pre-eminent national award for small sculpture presented by Woollahra Council. The 2017

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Christian Lock | Whyalla Art Prize 2017

CHRISTIAN LOCK |  WHYALLA ART PRIZE 2017 – FINALIST Christian Lock is a finalist in the 2017 Whyalla Art Prize with a major monetary prize of $25,000. Originally designed to promote regional emerging artists, the prize has flourished and developed

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Imants Tillers | Art + Australia – Issue One (53.2)

    Imants Tillers text Metafisica Australe features in the current issue of Art+Australia (53.2) Extraterritoriality, an insightful essay looking at the influence Giorgio De Chirico and fathoming, the unfathomable. The magazine is published through the University of Melbourne and

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