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Happy Holidays  16 Dec 2020
We're off for the year!

It's that time of year again where we say goodbye for a few weeks as we spend the holidays away from work, but hopefully not away from art! We'll be stopping our newsletters until 2021 and reducing support as our office closes from 21 Dec - 5 Jan, but our website, app and #ArtOpps will still be running as usual. Log on whenever you're looking for online art to see from home (or anywhere). or find art near you if seeing art in person is within your local governmental guidelines. Spend some downtime applying to #ArtOpps if you're feeling particularly ambitious, and we'll see you in the much-awaited new year!

Image: Yue Minjun, Big swans, 2009, Lithography.

31: Women at Daimler Contemporary

31: Women is a part of a wider Daimler Art Collection project which introduces important female cultural protagonists of the 20th and 21st centuries. It references two groundbreaking presentations held at Peggy Guggenheim’s New York gallery Art of This Century, the Exhibition by 31 Women, 1943, and The Women, 1945, initiated and co-curated by the artist Marcel Duchamp. These were the first exhibitions in the United States that focused, to this extent, exclusively on women artists. 31: Women, with some sixty works from the Daimler Art Collection, brings together early feminist trends and global perspectives of contemporary art in surprising constellations and thematic stagings. On view at Daimler Contemporary until 27 June 2021.

Image: Zanele Muholi, Gamalakhe, 2018.

Online Events of the Week

When art galleries and museums are closed in the coming weeks, spend some time with art events online. Attend virtual life drawing classes with Candid Arts Trust, view an artist talk and gallery walk-through with Nobutaka Aozaki at Japan Society Gallery, see Léa Porré's Dear One, an interactive virtual exhibition presented by Virginia Bianchi Gallery and mark your calendars with the opening of the London Short Film Festival featuring Good Stock On the Dimension Floor, a collectively made 35-part Afrofuturist opera. If you know about online art or culture events that aren't yet on ArtRabbit, add them to the platform here and share them with the world.

Image: Léa Porré, Dear One, exhibited at Virginia Bianchi Gallery. On until 30 December 2020.

ArtOpps of the Week: PDB'21 Call for Projects

Designers and cultural agents are invited to present projects that are able to enrich the reflection on Porto Design Biennale 2021's general theme Alter-Realities: Designing the Present. A maximum of 10 projects will be supported, with a total of €60,000 to be allocated between chosen projects.

Image: Bruno Mesquita, © esad—idea.

LA Art Pick of the Week: Renée Petropoulos at as-is gallery

Each of seventeen framed works in Renée Petropoulos compelling exhibition Like a Street full of Friends: Studies for Speculative Monuments is dedicated to a writer that Petropoulos says changed her way of thinking. These include Gertrude Stein, Georges Perec, Leslie Dick, Eileen Myles and Amiri Baraka, among others, visual conversations between the artist and authors where fragments of text, photographic flowers and eyes and geometric shapes co-mingle on the paper. Read Jody Zeller's full review on What's On LA here.

Image: Renée Petropoulos: Like a Street Full of Friends at as-is gallery. Installation view.

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