This exhibition is covering Romanticism, shown in contemporary young artists.
This show suggests that todays' movement that is shown in contemporary art is deeply rooted in Romanticism, which was originated in 18th century in Europe.
23 artists are participating in the show.
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The Haas Gallery of Art at Bloomsburg University presents Yearning on the Diagonal, a solo exhibition of the sculptures of Sarah Tortora (MFA '13). The show runs from through in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.
Sascha Hughes-Caley, MFA (expected) 2015 included in F-Word: Feminism Now at ARC Gallery in Chicago. Opening reception Friday, December 5th from 6-9PM.
2156 N Damen Avenue, Chicago
ARC presents a group exhibition juried by Jeanne Dunning. As ARC was founded in the 70’s during the height of the Feminist Art Movement, they have decided to organise a tribute to feminist exhibitions. Rather than revisit the history of Feminist Art and its early leaders, ARC is choosing to celebrate the gallery’s feminist history by examining what else Feminist Art is. That is, rather than reducing feminism’s meaning to one familiar artist or era, ARC would like to explore what feminist art was, what it has come to be, and where it is going.
Metaplay, Prague – New YorkExhibition curated by Petra Valentová (US) and Vlasta Čiháková (CZ).
Czech artists: Jana Bernartová, Patricie Fexová, Josef Mladějovský a Evžen Šimera
American artists: Liz Ainslie, Nils Folke Anderson, Mark Masyga, Ryan Russo