At the Saatchi Gallery in London, there’s currently on display an exhibition of artists from the former Soviet Union, including Jānis Avotiņš, Daniel Bragin, Dasha Fursey and Liudmila Konstantinova. The exhibition is called “GAIETY IS THE MOST OUTSTANDING FEATURE OF THE SOVIET UNION” and will be open from the 21 November 2012 till the 9 June 2013.
Since the 1950′s, the Stockholm subway system has been developed as the “World’s Longest Art Exhibition“, covering the distance between 90 stations and featuring over 150 artists, the rough subterranean walls have been made to look like anything from alien space stations to the stuff of children’s dreams.
Hard working artist of the 20th century, Eva Veisel, passed away at the age of 105 while her work was been exhibited at Schroeder, Romero and Shredder. To celebrate Eva’s work, the exhibition was extended to February 2012.
The rest of Eva’s ceramics and sculptures can be seen on Schroeder, Romero and Shredder
The Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie was held in Geneva, Switzerland recently. With exhibitors like IWC, Ralph Lauren watches, Piaget, Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier, the international watch fair showcased the best designed timepieces in the world.
For pictures of some of the watches on display, go to Wallpaper*
I’ve been on a bit of an Arty bent the past few weeks, and I’m trying to find information on other subjects, basically to broaden my surfing horizons a bit. So I found Maskull Lasserre, his carvings are amazing! The carvings were on display at the Pierre-Francois Ouellette Art Contemporain between the 16th July and the 6th August 2011, so you had until last Saturday to check out his brilliant carvings.