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  • acrcit
    For its retrospective exhibition of French artist Guy de Cointet's visual work , M Leuven has reprinted 'ACRCIT', an oblique newspaper originally published in Los Angeles
  • there is no planet b
    To follow up yesterday's oil baron , here's some more planetary conscious street art... By: Banksy , Michael Pederson , Dr. Love , Pejac .
  • landscapes of belgium
    ' Landscapes of Belgium ' in Brussels' Museum of Ixelles offers "a new vision of landscapes in Belgian art from 1830 to the present day". Its thematic setup is comparable
  • crown of thorns
    Behold, a modern miracle: Christ in the Drain Pipe, with a crown of thorns that beatifies this standard issue hostile architecture . Seen in Rotterdam.
  • pilgrims
    One more Roerich, titled 'Pilgrims' - this one by Svetoslav Roerich , son of Nicholas , who continued painting in a similar vein, though perhaps more fully ' Indianized '.
  • study of mountains
    The dozen or so versions of 'Study of Mountains' represent Russian painter Nicholas Roerich 's mystical visions of the Himalaya peaks at their starkest, barest essence: pl
  • staging silence ii
    In his short film ' Staging Silence II ' (2013), Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck creates and destroys model worlds with godlike obsession. The sheer artificiality of these
  • timbuktu renaissance
    A hopeful companion to Abderrahmane Sissako's ' Timbuktu ' (2014), currently showing at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, is a small exhibition at Brussels' Bozar
  • loophole for all
    If you ever need to do some offshoring - and as homo calculus inc. you know you'd better - ' Loophole for All ' by Italian artist Paolo Cirio makes this available as a che
  • dutch skies
    The summer exhibition ' Sky! - in Dutch Art since 1850 ' in De Hallen, Haarlem, brings together paintings along with photography, sculpture and video work, all dealing wit
  • verity
    A strange sight, the allegorical bronze sculpture called ' Verity ' by Damien Hirst looking out to sea in the North-Devon coastal town of Ilfracombe. Standing on law books
  • mobile lovers
    These days a new Banksy piece might just be whisked off to the museum right away. This one, 'Mobile Lovers', is now on display at Bristol Museum . Here it was in the wild
  • deaf: the progress trap
    This year's Dutch Electronic Art Festival raised expectations with its intriguing theme, 'The Progress Trap', marking the first time this biennale questions rather than ce
  • landscape time
    For a very different experience of time, not halting in suffocation like siesta time but meditatively flowing in the endless cycle of the seasons, have a look at these lan
  • planned landscapes
    Exploring "the effect our culture has on landscape," Ger Dekkers ' photo book 'Planned Landscapes: 25 Horizons' (1977) shows the Dutch polder landscape at its starkest, ab
  • post-digital print
    An inspiring book for those who like to do their reading on paper, Alessandro Ludovico's 'Post-Digital Print' (2012) offers much-needed nuance in the 'print is dead' debat
  • glasgow street art
    Some great street art spotted in Glasgow... 'Girl with magnifying glass' by Smug (note the girl's necklace - more visible here ) and 'Balloon-floating taxi' by Rogue-One .
  • middelheim
    A sample of sculpture in Antwerp's Middelheim Museum , a large open air treasury showing classical bronzes, conceptual concretes and almost anything in between. The seated
  • yonder
    Shabby, rundown interiors with hints, or hopes, of the natural world outside - ranging from geometrical to Magrittian - in the exhibition ' Yonder ', photographs by Marnix
  • study for a running dog
    The Francis Bacon exhibiton at the Museum of Modern Art Tokyo (which ends today) is particularly strong on his early work, or perhaps better: shows how Bacon's early work
  • setouchi art triennale 2013
    After its inaugural edition in 2010, the second Setouchi Art Triennale continues to build on its unique formula: a breathtaking location in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan an
  • timeless tranquility
    Chinese artist Li Xin's large landscape paintings explore that strange borderland where representation becomes abstraction and the depth of a mountain vista can turn into
  • dutch horizons
    In 'Fishing for Amber' (1999), his alphabetically ordered yet delightfully unclassifiable tapestry of Irish stories, Dutch history and Ovidian metamorphoses, Ciaran Carson
  • rosy-fingered dawn
    Leaving aside the local opinions on the new wing, the reopened Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam makes accessible again a great collection of 20th century art. One highlight is W
  • head of an apostle
    Raphael's 'Head of an Apostle in The Transfiguration' (1519-20), a preliminary drawing for the painting ' The Transfiguration '. Even a larger image doesn't do justice at
  • oil & mixed media on canvas
    Another meta-painting , seen in Antwerp. (Haven't been able to find out who the artist is.) I wonder what the title of a print of this photograph should be...
  • pineta of calvi
    Escher's woodcut 'Pineta of Calvi' (1932), a view of the citadel of Calvi, Corsica, is a fine example of his earlier, more realistic work that already contains many of the
  • statues also die
    Coming back to the idea of ethnographic museums embodying (neo)colonialism , here's an eloquent statement on the subject, made in a unique collaboration between two master
  • the philosophy of landscape
    A very different exhibition in Brussels this summer is the BOZAR's ' Sense of Place - European Landscape Photography ', which shows a range of creative strategies of photo
  • the cyclops
    In a striking departure from his early works in charcoal , French artist Odilon Redon began producing colorful pastels and oil paintings later in life, replacing his forme
  • catherine's room
    While video art is often associated with badly lit conceptualism shown in rooms with nowhere to sit, Bill Viola has long proven that there is indeed a fascinating space to
  • the invader
    Warning: some spoilers ahead. ' The Invader ' ('L'envahisseur'), the feature film debut by Belgian video artist Nicholas Provost, poses uncomfortable questions about the i
  • deaf2012: sealed
    Some interesting work at the Dutch Electronic Art Festival 2012 exhibition that's on at the former post office in Rotterdam. One highlight is ' Sealed ' by Jessica de Boer
  • only you only me
    BIP2012 , short for the 8th International Biennial of Photography and Visual Arts in Liège, Belgium, has on offer an enjoyably eclectic exploration of the theme 'Images of
  • escher's trees
    Much of M.C. Escher's graphic work explores the boundaries between the concrete and the abstract, between representation and pattern, depth and surface, form and ground. H
  • iffr: map
    'Map' by German artist Aram Bartholl was part of this year's Signals: For Real program at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, which focused on the increasingly blur
  • lisbon murals
  • climate change expedition
    Found via ' Insitu ', one of sculpture artist Isaac Cordal's ' Cement Eclipses ', described as "small interventions in the big city". This one is titled 'Climate Change Ex
  • the guardian spirit of the waters
    The early works in charcoal of French painter and lithographer Odilon Redon gained notoriety after being admired by the hero of Joris-Karl Huysmans ' novel 'Against Nature
  • celestial vault
    The only outdoor work in the Netherlands of American artist James Turrell, ' Celestial Vault ' ('Hemels Gewelf', 1996) is a unique observatory inviting you to see the sky
  • return of the wanderer
    'Return of the Wanderer', seen in the Ulster Museum in Belfast, is a striking example of Jack Butler Yeats ' later work, when after a career as an illustrator he developed
  • insel hombroich
    In the rolling Rhineland fields near Neuss lies the Museum Insel Hombroich , a spacious park that's also a museum, with both open air sculpture and graphic work housed in
  • the one & the many
    This summer's exhibition by Elmgreen and Dragset in the Rotterdam Onderzeebootloods (Submarine Wharf), titled ' The One & The Many ', uses the gigantic space of the wharf
  • how to become a non-artist
    ' How to Become a Non-Artist ' (2007) by Norwegian artist Ane Hjort Guttu is a deadpan exploration of the artistic achievements of her four-year-old son, whose oeuvre deve
  • ars combinatoria
    The work of Spanish photographer Chema Madoz has been described as visual poetry. Full of wit and wonder, it seems to follow Lewis Carroll's advice of looking at the world
  • mother of god pelagonitissa
    The fifteenth century icon of 'Mother of God Pelagonitissa' is one of the highlights of the exhibition 'Unimagined Beauty' in the Catharijneconvent in Utrecht, which shows
  • weathered art
    As touched on before , Edvard Munch was a relentless experimenter with materials, techniques and styles. Interestingly, he also experimented with letting his paintings "ma
  • the sick child
    The reputation of Edvard Munch has long been dominated by one painting, ' The Scream ', an icon of modern art and claimed symbol for every conceivable kind of modern horro
  • iffr: the mill and the cross
    Sunday evening at the IFFR saw the European premiere of an interesting cinematic experiment, with Lech Majewski 's ' The Mill and the Cross '. In stunning detail, the film
  • household tales illustrations
    Besides writing the Ghormenghast trilogy and other novels and stories , Mervyn Peake also worked as a visual artist, illustrating his own books as well as classics such as
  • this painting is not available in your country
    The painting titled ' This painting is not available in your country ' by Paul Mutant satirizes copyright restrictions and geoblocking in particular. Like a Magritte for t
  • dutch light
    While on the subject of observing Holland , another interesting documentary is ' Dutch Light ' ('Hollands Licht', 2003), investigating the myth of the unique quality of li
  • copyclash
    ' Copyclash ' at Roodkapje , which opened on Sunday, offers some interesting arguments in the copyright vs. copyleft debate. Curated by Trailer, who also published an acco
  • chichu art museum
    In the context of Art Setouchi , the Chichu Art Museum deserves a separate post. Located on Naoshima , which has been developing as a centre of modern art for years, this
  • setouchi international art festival
    A bit like a fractal image, the archipelago of Japan contains the Seto Inland Sea , located between the main islands of Honshū, Shikoku and Kyūshū, which in turn contains
  • tokyo windows
    The bottom image is an artwork called 'Snow' by Yoshioka Tokujin , part of the ' Sensing Nature ' exhibition at the Mori Art Museum . Subtitled 'Rethinking the Japanese pe
  • ghentian hecklers
    Spectators at the Gentse Feesten , frowned upon by an opera house of Statler and Waldorf s...
  • vermeer & van meegeren
    Two small but interesting exhibitions related to Johannes Vermeer ... The Mauritshuis hosts ' The Young Vermeer ', bringing together three of his early works: ' Diana and
  • wind-up stone
    Seen in Vlissingen (or Flushing as it's called in English), this sculpture by Jan Haas . Officially titled: 'Duizenden jaren deel van / een massief / op het punt van beweg
  • heel ander blad
    For Dutch speakers, the collage newspaper 'Heel Ander Blad' ('Very Different Paper') by artist Luuk Wilmering offers an effective piece of media satire. The concept - cutt
  • the gift
    ...a work of art is a gift, not a commodity. Or, to state the modern case with more precision, (...) works of art exist simultaneously in two 'economies', a market economy
  • van warmerdam trees
    If you're familiar with Alex van Warmerdam 's films and plays, the current exhibition in Stedelijk Museum Schiedam won't offer any big surprises. The majority of the work
  • a tool to deceive and slaughter
    Intriguing conceptual art piece by Caleb Larsen, titled ' A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter '. It consists of a shiny black box connected to the web, which will put itself u
  • mondrian's trees
    The exhibition ' Cézanne - Picasso - Mondrian, A new perspective ' at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, which ended this weekend, connected three of the great modernist artists
  • oblique strategies
    In 1975, musician Brian Eno and painter Peter Schmidt created a deck of cards containing short statements or questions. Called ' Oblique Strategies , over one hundred wort
  • most people are other people
    "De meeste mensen zijn andere mensen" - or in English: "Most people are other people" - on the former Heineken building in Rotterdam. It's a quote from the king of epigram
  • praying woman
    Great wall painting in Rotterdam, by Brazilian artist Dante Horoiwa . Part of the Reflexo on Urban Art festival, which invited "10 Brazilian graffiti artists to paint huge
  • shopping astronaut
    Almost forgot to post this stencil graffiti from Stokes Croft, Bristol, which seems to be by an artist called SPQR . (Actually a better photo is this one .) Meanwhile that
  • waiting for a ball
    In 1998, photographer Hans van der Meer published his photo book 'Dutch Fields' ('Hollandse Velden'), a superbly satirical look at amateur football. Its carefully framed i
  • woman holding a balance
    On a rare loan from Washington DC, Johannes Vermeer 's ' Woman Holding a Balance ' ('Dame met weegschaal') is on display at the Rijksmuseum , along with ' The Milkmaid ' (
  • florence graffiti
    Just launched a new snapshots gallery , powered by Zenphoto , to replace the old manual one. It'll need some tweaking, but the basics of straightjacketting the layout and
  • medusa's head
    Two awesome renderings of Medusa in Florence. One already showed up in the previous post : Cellini 's bronze statue of Perseus holding Medusa's head, in the gallery on the
  • florence sculpture
    Some random samples of sculpture from the overwhelming open-air museum that is Florence... So overwhelming, in fact, that the city has been known to induce Stendhal syndro
  • iffr: aspect ratio
    The ' Aspect Ratio ' exhibition in Tent , part of the IFFR , takes as its point of departure the 1977 classic ' Powers of 10 '. Inspired by the Dutch book ' Cosmic View '
  • add-art
    For many Firefox users, ad blockers like Adblock Plus have long purged websites of blinking banners and other annoying advertisements. Now Add-Art provides a nice way to f
  • reclining figure
    The biggest impact of seeing the exhibition of Fritz Wotruba at the sculpture museum Beelden aan Zee in Scheveningen was a new appreciation of one of his works not present
  • 100 films
    Bit of an abstract milestone, but the previous post marked the 100th entry tagged with film on this blog. That's 100 reviews (well, not quite, some are just quotes or link
  • monk by the sea
    Not part of the current Caspar David Friedrich exhibition , unfortunately, is 'Monk by the Sea'. One of Friedrich's most striking, almost Expressionistic (in 1809) evocati
  • on a sailing ship
    The Amsterdam Hermitage currently has a small exhibition of nine paintings and a number of drawings by German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich . Among his wild and
  • flower wolf
    Seen at Wereld van Witte de With this weekend.
  • where it is warm and bright
    In the current Cabinet , themed The Underground, Michael Saler tells the story of how the London Underground became a leading patron for graphic design and art in the 1920
  • escher & the droste effect
    One more on Escher... An old favorite site is ' Escher and the Droste effect ', presenting a mathematical analysis of Escher's 'Print Gallery' ('Prentententoonstelling', 1
  • escher in lego
    Some more Escher... Andrew Lipson and Daniel Shiu have been building Escher prints in Lego, including ' Balcony ', ' Ascending and Descending ' and ' Waterfall '. While mo
  • escher's metamorphoses
    What I didn't know: there are three different versions of M.C. Escher 's wall-covering woodcut 'Metamorphosis'. Interesting to see the development of this work, which seem
  • throwing self on heap of hay
    One of the founding fathers of modern cinema, Eadweard Muybridge famously introduced motion into photography by pioneering the technique of stop-action photography. (The p
  • real snail mail
    A "slow art" project by boredomresearch , RealSnailMail is "the world's first webmail service using live snails." Your e-mail could take days or even weeks to get delivere
  • tales of the alhambra
    The swan song of the Moors in Europe, the 14th century Alhambra palace remains suffused with exotic mystery. Located on a hilltop overlooking Granada , its fortified walls
  • wheat field with crows
    One of Akira Kurosawa 's last films, ' Dreams ' ('Yume') is made up of eight dreams from his own life. In the stunning segment called 'Crows', an art student steps into a
  • geertgen tot sint jans
    The 15th century in Dutch painting was that transition period when perspective was not quite understood yet (or maybe just not deemed relevant), painting styles were still
  • ophelia
    John Everett Millais ' ' Ophelia ' is currently on display at the Van Gogh Museum . Based on the scene in ' Hamlet ' of Ophelia drowning (which Shakespeare left open for i
  • what can't be copied
    Kevin Kelly recently wrote a thoughtful essay called ' Better Than Free ' on the economics of a digital society. In what is essentially a modern inversion of Walter Benjam
  • do-it-yourself-sculpture
    A belated post on the Jean Tinguely exhibition in the Kunsthal , which ended late January... While cool to see such an uncompromising, alternative vision on our material,
  • startling
      Some interesting textual art by San Francisco artist Tauba Auerbach . This one's called 'Subtraction (Startling)'. See her 'Alphabetized Bible' as well. Via SpaceCollect
  • creature
    Not normally one for animal photography, the new book ' Creature ' by Andrew Zuckerman struck me as an interesting blend of zoology and art. Hi-res, super-sharp photograph
  • indexed
    If you haven't already, check out Indexed , clever weblog with just little diagrams on index cards, "making fun of some things and sense of others." These are two random e
  • stalking hieronymus
    'Stalking Hieronymus' by Belgian painter Hans Vandekerckhove visibly merges two sources of inspiration: Jeroen (or Hieronymus) Bosch ' painting ' St. Jerome at Prayer' and
  • god is in the details
    The absolute highlight of the Persia exhibition in the Hermitage Amsterdam was its collection of medieval manuscripts and miniatures . Unfortunately, due to their fragilit
  • the world of witte de with
    Just a quick impression of last weekend's The World of Witte de With festival in Rotterdam, where the theme was heroes and all the windows were decorated with texts rangin
  • shed a tear
    Amid all the reconstruction chaos of Rotterdam's Central Station , you'd almost overlook a poetic tribute to the old station, designed by Sybold van Ravesteyn in 1957 and
  • game, game, game and again game
    For an original and utterly weird interactive experience, check out ' game, game, game and again game ' by Jason Nelson , who calls it "a digital poem/game/net artwork hyb
  • unknown sage
    No idea who this sculpture is of or by (nor to what extent its weather-worn appearance is intentional). It's located in front of the Neptune Grotto of the Sanssouci Palace
  • deaf07: roots
    Another piece at the Dutch Electronic Art Festival 2007 exhibition worth mentioning is ' Roots ', by Austrian artist Roman Kirschner . Like 'Ondulation' ( see before ), it
  • deaf07: ondulation
    At the exhibition of the Dutch Electronic Art Festival 2007 in Rotterdam, one interesting piece was ' Ondulation ', by Thomas McIntosh. A "composition for water, sound and
  • havidol
    "Everyone should be able to live life to its fullest. I used to believe I did. I felt confident in myself, and my relationships. I exercised regularly. I slept quietly thr
  • topor
    Some samples of the savage surrealism of Roland Topor . His novel ' The Tenant ', which was later filmed by Polanski , contains a telling quote which sums up his world vie
  • tideland
    Terry Gilliam summed up his latest film ' Tideland ', based on the novel by Mitch Cullin , as ' Alice in Wonderland ' meets ' Psycho '. A sinister and surreal fairytale, '
  • wooden apples
    'Appels', Heemraadsingel Rotterdam, by Kees Franse .
  • crime scene amsterdam
    The ' Crime Scene Amsterdam ' photo exhibition at Foam shows real crime scenes and real victims from police archives, taken between 1965 and 1985. Looking at these photogr
  • ship of fools
    Jeroen Bosch ' famous ' Ship of Fools ', the medieval allegory of humans wasting their lives in idle pleasures. Less widely known is that the custom of putting the insane
  • le coup au coeur
    The Voici Magritte exhibition in Boijmans shows mainly Magritte 's lesser known drawings and gouaches. Among the many sketches, experiments and variations on his famous pa
  • life forms
    Far away from slides-as-art or reality-tv-as-art , the new London Kinetica Museum has an interesting exhibition called 'Life Forms'. Ranging from ingenious machines and ro
  • ahmet abi
    Apparently this weird, tucked away illuminated sign in Rotterdam is an art project by Arno Coenen . The text is based on a Turkish poem by Edip Cansever called ' The Voice
  • the falling eye
    Interesting exhibition of Saskia Olde Wolbers' video art, titled ' The Falling Eye ', at the Stedelijk Museum . In all four pieces shown, dreamlike images combine with a v
  • de monet aux pixels
    Claude Monet famously painted a whole series of Rouen 's Notre Dame Cathedral at different times of day. Half a century later, Roy Lichtenstein made a Pop art version. Now
  • ink city
    At the otherwise disappointing China Contemporary exhibition in Rotterdam, Chen Shaoxiong 's 'Ink City' is an interesting exception. An "ink video" consisting of 300 ink d
  • carceri d'invenzione
    Giovanni Battista Piranesi 's 'Carceri d'Invenzione' ('Imaginary Prisons') are a series of poster-size etchings depicting a dark prison world - though prison is far too ta
  • untitled big man
    Artist and former model maker Ron Mueck makes hyper-realistic, gargantuan, unsettling sculptures of human beings. Great series of photos here . Some more here . Via P .
  • ce qui dit la pluie
    The extensive Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam of course features many of his famous litograph posters for the Moulin Rouge and Parisian stars of t
  • iffr: klimt
    The director's cut of ' Klimt ', the new film by Raúl Ruiz , starring John Malkovich , had its world premiere at the Rotterdam Film Festival . As emphasized by Ruiz, the f
  • new year's resolutions, pt. 1
    It's high time i said something about Buster Keaton here. And more specifically about the existential Keaton vs. Chaplin debate (see, for instance, ' The Dreamers '). Thou
  • people's poses
    Strange how powerful some of Rineke Dijkstra 's simple, frontal portrait photographs are. Awkward adolescents on the beach or in the park, young soldiers in uniform, blood
  • need an expo pavilion?
    Remember the Dutch pavilion for the World Expo 2000 in Hannover? A "stacked landscape" designed by MVRDV , it was the Expo's tallest structure, and a big hit at the time.
  • little patch of yellow wall
    Visiting the Mauritshuis today to see the 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' for real (as reality follows blog posts these days), I was struck by that other Vermeer , hanging acr
  • subbacultures
    An old one, but still great, this photo inventory of subcultures... @ www.exactitudes.com
  • mona lisa of the north
    However beautifully evoking Vermeer 's 17th century Delft light, you might not want to see the film ' Girl with a Pearl Earring '... It might just spoil her mysterious Mon
  • people's poses
    Strange how powerful some of Rineke Dijkstra 's simple, frontal portrait photographs are. Awkward adolescents on the beach or in the park, young soldiers in uniform, blood
  • dalí & disney's destino
    "A simple love story, where boy meets girl," Walt Disney described his animation project with Salvador Dalí in 1946. For Dalí it was "a magical exposition on the problem o
  • dachau
    Where one sculpture says more than the whole two hour tour... Update: Larger version posted in the Places photo gallery .
  • canvas amsterdam
    Cool collection of critical aphorisms someone called Laser 3:14 (bible reference? pi-obsession?) decorates the walls of Amsterdam with. See them all @ www.dekliek.nl/artic
  • printer art
    Just when you finally want to print out those forms for your administration, your printer decides to be an autonomous artist...
  • abstract high rise
    Check these amazing photos of Hong Kong high rise. Almost Escher, except people live in it... Michael Wolf's Architecture of Density (Suggested by Jens .)

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