• Resonate Festival 2015: Belgrade
    Resonate Festival 2015: Belgrade

    Resonate festival in Belgrade is back for another year bringing artists together to drive a forward-looking debate on the position of technology in art and culture. The fourth edition of Resonate festival taking place in Belgrade between 13th – 18th April 2015. Resonate brings together artists, designers and educators to participate in a forward-looking debate on the position of technology in art and culture.

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  • SYSTEM DESIGN – More than 100 years of Everyday Chaos
    SYSTEM DESIGN – More than 100 years of Everyday Chaos

    What do Lego bricks; underground networks and espresso cups have in common? Most of the time we don’t even notice them. They are all systems and they govern our everyday life. For many years, the system idea has been formative in the world of design. The exhibition SYSTEM DESIGN features over 100 years of design history oscillating between system and chaos with more than 100 exhibits by international designers such as Jonathan Ive, Otl Aicher, Charles and Ray Eames, Egon Eiermann, Marcel Breuer and Massimo Vignelli. Photo by Daniel Zakharov.

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  • ISSUE Project Room – Matmos performance of Robert Ashley’s
    ISSUE Project Room – Matmos performance of Robert Ashley’s "Perfect Lives"

    ISSUE Project Room hosts a special benefit event featuring acclaimed electronics duo Matmos performing scenes from Robert Ashley's groundbreaking television-opera Perfect Lives. Perfect Lives (1978-83) is Robert Ashley’s opera “about” bank robbery, cocktail lounges, geriatric love, adolescent elopement, et al, in the American Midwest. One of the definitive text-sound compositions of the late 20th century, it has been called a comic opera about reincarnation.

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  • Singapore International Film Festival 2014
    Singapore International Film Festival 2014

    The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is the largest and longest-running film event in Singapore. Founded in 1987, the festival has become an iconic event in the Singapore arts calendar that is widely attended by international film critics, and recognized worldwide for its focus on Asian filmmakers and the promotion of Southeast Asian films. The SGIFF is committed to nurture and champion Singaporean talents in the art of filmmaking and brings to the city, the highest standard for the enrichment of cultural life in Singapore.

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  • Gran Salon Mexico 2014
    Gran Salon Mexico 2014

    Gran Salon Mexico is an annual illustration fair serving as a showcase, point of dissemination, and definitive reference for the burgeoning world of drawing and illustration in Mexico today. In November 2014, it will have its first edition in Mexico City, held at Centro de Cultura Digital, where in addition to a long list of Mexican illustrators, it will feature lectures, workshops, films, portfolio reviews, and it will be an important networking space. Also, it its first edition, Gran Salon Mexico will feature a guest Fair from Argentina, Sudestada.

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  • The Transform Conference 2014
    The Transform Conference 2014

    The Transform conference brings together experts to examine and discuss the most pressing and relevant issues relating to brand development in the Asia Pacific region. In Hong Kong on 19 NOV speakers from across the world will provide delegates with valuable insights on their brand development journeys. The day will provide entertaining presentations of how your brand can incorporate audio into its marketing strategy or font match Latin and Chinese scripts. Delegates will also hear case studies of success stories and will be invited to ask questions and share their own insights during the panel discussions. This is an event not to be missed.

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  • Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2014
    Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2014

    With the curated theme of "Living Architecture," the 18th Microwave is having its grand opening on 7th November this year. Revolving around city, technology, and life, Microwave has invited multiple world known artists and scholars to come to Hong Kong with their latest media art works and projects. The programme this year comprises a series of exhibitions, artist talks, film screenings, and workshops that gives audience an experience of being dazed and allured by techno-arts and insights of the interaction between cityscape, green architecture, and political climate.

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  • Jean-Michel Basquiat and Friends: Photographs by Roland Hagenberg
    Jean-Michel Basquiat and Friends: Photographs by Roland Hagenberg

    The exhibition “Jean-Michel Basquiat and friends: Photographs by Roland Hagenberg” is presented at Sin Sin Fine Art’s two venues: The Basquiat images at 54 Sai Street and next door at Nr. 53 Hagenberg’s portraits of other artists, that shaped the art world of New York three decades ago. All images are accompanied by small anecdotes that Hagenberg wrote to explain the situation when the photographs originated – mostly in an intimate and trustful environment.

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  • Hear From 25 International Creatives at DesignThinkers 2014
    Hear From 25 International Creatives at DesignThinkers 2014

    DesignThinkers features visionaries from the worlds of advertising, film, TV, retail, publishing, branding, type, infographics, social media and government. The campaign for this year's conference, developed by TAXI with illustration by Andrew Kolb, is premised upon 'The Awakening'. Designers are descendants of an extra-terrestrial race that must evolve in our ever-changing world or be rendered obsolete. DesignThinkers 2014 will be a mass reprogramming of minds drawn from out-of-this-world inspiration.

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  • MIRA Live Visual Arts Festival 2014
    MIRA Live Visual Arts Festival 2014

    The MIRA festival is an international placeholder in the visual arts calendar bringing new creations, unexpected symbiosis, knowledge transfer and opportunities to ensure musical and visual artistic collaborations are fostered. What differentiates MIRA from other festivals and cultural activities, is the ability to interweave the visual and music elements to transform them into a unique and immersive experience for the public. MIRA creates genuine sensory experiences.

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  • Art Represent – Outside Fixed Patterns
    Art Represent – Outside Fixed Patterns

    Art Represent has gathered a unique collective of working artists each experimenting with creative textures, materials and form. The pieces in this collection range from furniture to prints and organic matter installations. These singular works share an accessibility often-times missing in contemporary art, in that they fluidly integrate both within a budding art collection or in the interior decor of your home. All works will be for sale.

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  • Let's Talk Design #8
    Let's Talk Design #8

    'Let’s Talk' is a series evenings with guest speakers out of the creative sector organised by Creative Network. This edition of Let’s Talk Design is a special one, as this is the first time held in the US. Confirmed spreakers are Nicolas Provost, Rizon Parein and Mario Hugo!

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  • Above Second presents Changing the Subject by Tristan Eaton
    Above Second presents Changing the Subject by Tristan Eaton

    Above Second is proud to present Tristan Eaton’s first major solo exhibition. Eaton began pursuing street art as a teenager, painting everything from walls to billboards in the urban landscape wherever he lived, including London, Detroit and Brooklyn. The greatest catalyst for Eaton’s work is people and contemporary culture. Living a somewhat transient, travelling life, he meets hundreds, if not thousands of people every year. These people can become friends, lovers, memories or simply just images loosely attached to a distant time and place. For this body of work, Eaton has chosen to focus on these people.

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  • Book Talk(s) at Cafe Paci
    Book Talk(s) at Cafe Paci

    Come and listern to: Vince Frost (Design Your Life), Christine Manfield (Dessert Divas), Karen McCartney (Superhouse) and Richard Unsworth (Garden Life). Introduce their new books – in conversation with Linda Gregoriou. Meet the authors, share a drink, be first to bag a signed copy.

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  • Able&Partners presents Tokyo Designers Week 2014
    Able&Partners presents Tokyo Designers Week 2014

    “TOKYO DESIGNERS WEEK” is an international design event that gathers the excellent architecture, interior, product design, graphic design and art from all over the world. Since 2005, the event has been taking place at Meiji Jingu Gaien Mae in Tokyo and attracting more than 100,000 visitors every year. This year, TOKYO DESIGNERS WEEK 2014 will be held with 4 main themes—Design, Art, Fashion, Music—and offers more than 20 programs and events for 10 days.

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  • RONE – Lumen
    RONE – Lumen

    "Lumen explores that pivotal moment in our lives when we realise that we need to believe in what we see [and know to be true] rather than what we’ve been told...." Lumen will include eleven large-scale portraits inside and outside of the gallery and a twelve metre high mural on the building’s adjoining ventilation tower. The space itself – an abandoned office building slated for demolition – has been transformed into a black (and blank) canvas. The artworks will be brought spectacularly to life by lighting designer, John McKissock.

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  • La Biennale de Montréal – BNLMTL 2014
    La Biennale de Montréal – BNLMTL 2014

    L’avenir (looking forward) examines the relationship of contemporary art practices to speculation, futurity and its history, as well as the currency of projecting into the future. The exhibition presents artists working in film, sculpture, photography, painting and installation who respond to current conditions by considering “what is to come.” It also includes artists who propose art practices that are socially responsive to challenges presented by possible futures, practices that are frequently situational, performative and temporal, as well as artists who address the vexed question of the current agency of art and whether it has the affective potential to influence the future.

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  • Lucy Bell Fine Art presents Mirrored by Maslen & Mehra
    Lucy Bell Fine Art presents Mirrored by Maslen & Mehra

    Lucy Bell Fine Art is pleased to present, Mirrored, the first exhibition at the gallery and the first solo exhibition in the region by collaborative duo Maslen & Mehra who moved to St Leonards-On-Sea in early 2013, and as part of the new Hastings Photo Festival which launches this year. For the Mirrored series, Maslen & Mehra appropriate imagery of people, whose silhouettes are then made into mirrored sculptures. By placing them into the landscape and photographing them in this new context, they forge an unusual synthesis at first sight: the juxtaposition of highly urban people and wide-open spaces.

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