April 2024 Art News

San Francisco-based artist Clare Rojas explores the motif of dots, points, circles, and orbs in her new solo exhibition, “Clare’s Balls”. Presented by Jessica Silverman, the 23-piece show runs from April 25th to June 1st.

A portrait, originally thought to be lost, painted by Austrian symbolist Gustav Klimt has just sold at Im Kinsky, a Vienna auction house.

Art has been used as an outlet for the expression of emotions for centuries, though it wasn’t until the 1940s that it was specifically deemed a form of therapy in the United States and Europe. The term “art therapy” was originally coined by British artist Adrian Hill and is now formally recognized by the Oxford Dictionary

The 60th iteration of the Venice Biennale kicked off this past Saturday, and with that, 331 participating artists unveiled their interpretations of this years’ theme, Foreigners Everywhere. The national pavilions, in combination with the central exhibition and additional collateral events, brought in a total of 800,000 visitors to the Italian city last year, so a steady stream of tourists is expected until the fair’s close in late N

Whether it be through the image of a mouth or the emotional resonance of color, British visual artist, Rachel Jones, wades into symbolism with her latest body of work.

With Earth Day approaching, it feels appropriate to bring the concept of environmental art back to the forefront of conversation. Environmental art, also referred to as land art, Earth art, and Earthworks, surged in the early 1960s as an outlet for artists to bring a heightened sense of awareness to the impact humans have on the environment.

Often referred to as “the grandmother of performance art,” Marina Abramović, born in 1946, has spent her career taking risks to plumb the depths of the human psyche. A celebrated and controversial performance artist since the 1970s, Abramović brought this experimental art form into the mainstream with shockingly thought-provoking gallery shows, installations, and videos.

Expecting to receive more than 300,000 visitors, Salone del Mobile— the world’s largest fair for furniture and design— begins its 62nd iteration on April 16th. Taking over the Rho Fiera exhibition complex, the week brings together innovative installations, panels, and events to the city of Milan.

Nicole Eisenman: What Happened, an exhibition at the MCA Chicago, offers a comprehensive survey of the artist's work from 1992 to the present.
In efforts to hold fast against oil magnates, actress Jane Fonda has partnered up with Larry Gagosian and Christie’s to organize a fundraiser in support of the Campaign for a Safe and Healthy California.
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