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News and Opportunities 24 June 2020
Post-COVID Awakening

It’s been a challenging time for everyone in the past few months, but things are starting to look up again, and our services are returning to normal. We hope you were able to keep safe and sane, and that exciting things are on your horizon now that the worst of COVID-19 seems to have passed.

As lockdown eases in several locations, we're all eager to attend exhibitions and events IRL where it's safe to do so. Whilst events are now being added to ArtRabbit, we encourage you to double-check with organisations to see if they're open, whether with social distancing measures or by appointment, to avoid unnecessary disappointment. If you have any art-related events coming up, we encourage you to add them to ArtRabbit. The cultural landscape is in dire need of reinvigorating, and we’ll do whatever we can to help. List your events and exhibitions, and we’ll help you get the word out via our website, newsletters and the app. If there are other ways we can help, let us know.

Wishing you the best possible post-COVID recovery!
The ArtRabbit Team!

Image: Cai Guo-Qiang, Black Ceremony, 2011, 8,300 black smoke shells fitted with computer chips.

ArtOpps of the Week: La Condition Humaine

La Condition Humaine is an international exhibition, conference and workshop dealing with ongoing automatisation and changing of what it means today to be a human. The project will gather artworks and thinkers who critically reflect current human condition in the age of technological supremacy. La Condition Humain will present the works of international artists who are dealing with the intersections between art, society and technology.

  London Spotlight: Jack Burton: Pro-Social Fries

Opening tomorrow at Castor, Pro-Social Fries brings together a new body of work by Jack Burton created over the past few months locked down in Brussels. Through sculpture, wallpaper, animation and wall-based works, Burton explores ideas of social identity and redistribution in his new adopted country. To maintain social distancing, Castor request you book a slot ahead of your visit. Tickets are free and for up to 2 people within 30-minutes.

  UK Spotlight

The Fairfax Gallery is proud to celebrate its 25th Anniversary. To mark the occasion, they will host a summer exhibition at the Pantiles Gallery in Tunbridge Wells - the same way it all began. The Exhibition will feature over 100 original paintings and sculpture from various artists, including those who have been with the gallery since its inception.

Image: Mary Jane Ansell Naissance II Oil on Aluminium Panel 22 x 22 inches

  NY Spotlight: Gaku Tsutaja, Spider's Thread

Ulterior are today reopening their gallery with two new large-scale paintings by Gaku Tsutaja. Online, they will be showing forty-seven Daily Drawings - one drawing a day posted on Instagram during the duration of the show. All the works were produced during the quarantine. The exhibition will be on view from 24 June through 9 August 2020.

Image: Gaku Tsutaja, Spider’s Thread: This Landscape, 2020. Sumi ink, gesso, and charcoal on canvas. 72 x 56 x 1 . inches / 182.9 x 142.2 x 3.8 cm

  LA Art Pick of the Week

Rachel Hayes's exhibition Land Lines at Lowell Ryan Projects is a formally elegant and beautiful installation consisting of twelve fabric banners that are suspended from the gallery's twelve-foot high ceiling gracefully brushing against the concrete floor. The hanging banners become a maze through which viewers can wander.

  Artist Opportunities

A weekly updated selection of international open calls for contemporary art related competitions, prizes, exhibitions, awards, proposals, and grants for artists, writers, and curators.

  Add exhibitions and events

Are you a gallery owner, a curator, an artist or have you seen a great exhibition that's not listed? Add it to ArtRabbit.


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