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Art, News and Opportunities 05 August 2020
Squeeze more art into your life, wherever you are.

We hope you're lucky enough to spend some time outdoors this summer after what was surely many months of seeing the world through a digital screen. If you're looking to fill your outdoor explorations with some art, head to ArtRabbit to find upcoming events in London, the UK, Berlin, New York, Los Angeles or wherever you are. And if you're fine with being a homebody (we sure are!) but still want to see some art, we have lots of online art events that are begging for your attention. Here's to squeezing more art into your life!

Image: Kutlug Ataman, Küba, 2006, © Bram Goots

ArtOpps of the week: Call for Artists and a Scientist in Residence

seeking two artists and a scientist to work together in the Aalto Biofilia – A Base for Biological Arts in the Aalto University, Finland for four-week-period in February-March 2021. This residency gives artists and a scientist an opportunity to realize artistic work in a fully equipped laboratory dedicated to bioart and to meet researchers and doctoral students of Aalto University and Department of Art in the Aalto Otaniemi Campus.

  Online Event of the Week

A rare glimpse into Japan’s burgeoning new arts scene, Electric Japan is a free online festival featuring works by Japanese artists in dance, theatre, fashion, film and photography. Closing soon, part of Coronet Inside Out. For more art events to see online, head to ArtRabbit.

  London Art Spotlight

Gauguin and the Impressionists: Masterpieces from the Ordrupgaard Collection at the Royal Academy is an opportunity to view the Collection’s treasure trove of Impressionist works, from Monet & Degas to pre-Impressionist artists like Corot & Courbet. For more art events and exhibitions to see in London, head to ArtRabbit.

  UK Art Pick of the Week

HOME at Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh is a group exhibition of new works from Scotland by Andrew Cranston, Moyna Flannigan, Kevin Harman, Callum Innes and Katie Paterson, viewable by appointment. For more art events and exhibitions happening in the UK, head to ArtRabbit.

  Berlin Art Spotlight

OPEN by Jimok Choi at Kang Contemporary presents the artist's manipulation of existing objects, reassembling what was taken apart in order to reframe objects in new visual ways. For more art to see in Berlin, head to ArtRabbit.

  New York Art Spotlight

An erratum is a term used in writing to indicate a correction within an already published and circulated text and is the namesake of Curtis Talwst Santiago's solo presentation at Rachel Uffner Gallery. For more art exhibitions and openings in New York, head to ArtRabbit.

  LA Art Pick of the Week

Jackson Casady is a young Los Angeles artist whose surreal and satirical paintings cull their subject matter from the entertainment industry, popular culture and the manicured landscape of Los Angeles. Read Jody Zellen's review of his show Peccadillo Soup at Richard Heller Gallery. For more art exhibitions and openings in Los Angeles, head to ArtRabbit.

  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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