Out.Fest 2022 PT
The 18th edition of the festival confirmed the participation of the following artists: Phew, Nicole Mitchell, Ecko Bazz feat. STILL, Pisitakun, Prison Religion e Poly Vuduvum (Diana Policarpo e Marta Ângela) - between the 5th - 8th of October 2022, Barreiro, Portugal.
Rua Do Sol PT
Starting in September, Thai artist Pisitakun Kuantalaeng will be 2 months in residency invited by Rua do Sol in Porto, Portugal with the support of InResidence from Câmara Municipal do Porto, the city council.
14 Photographic Stories from Magnum’s Mentees
Photographers who received mentorship from Magnum photographers present their long-term projects
THE PLOT THICKENS
Le Point Contemporain FR
A L’OCCASION DE L’EXPOSITION PERSONNELLE THE PLOT THICKENS, LES ÉGLISES – CENTRE D’ART DE LA VILLE DE CHELLES - by Henri Guette
In Search of Origins:
Art Practices Rooted in the Environments of Kyushu
23/03/21 - 13/06/21
The artists participating in this exhibition continue to steadily seek to grasp what is at the core of their existence, and try to gain deep insight into their environments and situations, and from there they launch their own expressions.
THE PLOT THICKENS
09/01/21 - 22/03/21
For this new exhibition, the artist displays a new series of oil paintings representing constructed landscapes composed of carefully selected elements combined with memories of his travels.
BENJAMIN AITKEN - Award Finalist
ARCHIBALD PRIZE 2020 & SULMAN PRIZE 2020
AWARD FINALIST, Art Gallery NSW
Australian artist Benjamin Aitken is finalist in the Archibald Prize 2020 and also a finalist in this year’s Sulman Prize at the Art Gallery of NSW, Australia.
12/09/2020 - 26/09/2020
From the 12th until the 26th of September, Yann Lacroix will be part of "En être", a group show organized by JEUNE CREATION at the GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC, Pantin, France.
New solo exhibition by Benjamin Aitken at THIS IS NO FANTASY, Melbourne.
PISITAKUN KUANTALAENG - Interview
Thai student protests flare over opposition party ban
Thailand may be heading for another round of political volatility with a banned opposition party calling for more protests....