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Art News Canvas: A Blog By Saatchi Art

01/12/2021 penieds 0

The exhibition offered a chance for him to mirror on his previous work, considering international issues, the evolution of his creative perspective, and his shift from metaphysical exploration to sociopolitical realities. Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang orchestrated a surprising daytime firework display in Tokyo as a prelude to his exhibition at the National Art Center Tokyo. His work, “When the Sky Blooms with Sakura,” remodeled the midday sky into a extensive ranging canvas, paying homage to the realm devastated by the 2011 tsunami.

Arbus’ oeuvre turned a testament to her keen observations of humanity, a mirrored image of her own journey via its numerous landscapes. A related initiative extends to The Silo in Cape Town, standing above the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art. With geometric steel-and-glass exteriors contrasting vibrant interiors, it showcases African art within its non-public gallery. Equally charming is “Albion” , a hologram-like creation conceived as a response to …