If you didn’t get to see Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines at the NGV before it’s temporary closure in March, you can take a free, curator-led virtual tour from the comfort and safety of your own living room. Visit: ngv.vic.gov.au
KAWS: Companionship in the Age of Loneliness at the NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road Melbourne until 13 April 2020. Visit: ngv.vic.gov.au
An afternoon wandering amongst the beautiful, radical and pioneering artistic inventions of Alexander Calder. Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor at the NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road Melbourne until 4 August. … Continue reading Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor
Follow Diane Keaton on Instagram: @diane_keaton
Looking forward to seeing the works of British Artist Julian Opie at the NGV in Melbourne next month. Julian Opie at NGV International from 9 November 2018 to 17 February … Continue reading Julian Opie
1932 is known to have been an intensely creative period for Pablo Picasso and is the focus of his first ever solo exhibition at Tate Modern. With more than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings it also features family photographs, providing a rare glimpse into Picasso’s personal life.
The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame Tragedy at Tate Modern Until 9 September 2018.
Main image: Pablo Picasso The Dream (Le Rêve) 1932, Private Collection © Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2018
Olympia Zagnoli describes herself as a creative who drives a Vespa, wears stripes, has large round glasses, listens to T. Rex., and “draws like an ambidextrous octopus”. Her colourful, charming and funny creations have featured in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Apartamento Magazine and The Guggenheim Museum… read more
Greta Gerwig’s Abbie in Mike Mill’s 20th Century Women, set in a sun-drenched and dreamy Santa Barbara in 1979, is a free-spirited, punk-loving artist with a penchant for purple tights, dying her hair red and dancing to Talking Heads, Devo and The Raincoats …read more
Isabelle Hayman is a visual artist based in London. Her portraits focus on “expressing the individuality and diversity of women’s seduction” and range from sketches in single colours to more elaborate drawings in coloured pencil or oil paint.
All Images of Isabelle Hayman’s portraits above via her beautiful Instagram account at: @studiodecoutais
Karel Funk’s hyperrealistic portraits of young urbanites are inspired by those close encounters of the mysterious kind with strangers on the subway.
Karel Funk Untitled #56, 2012
Stephen Baker: In-between days, November 11-13, G1 Gallery Upstairs, 5 Easey Street, Collingwood… read more