The Japanese artist group, the International Fantastic Art Association (IFAA) is again exhibiting, this time with twin exhibitions. The exhibition opens at the Salon de G Gallery, in the world renowned, artsy Ginza district of Tokyo. Exhibiting with the 52 IFFA members will be two guest French arstists Dominique Desorges and Hugues Gillet. Both artists have exhibited with the group in Paris.
April 2012 Archive
The Fiarte is an International art exhibition which takes place yearly in the outskirts of the old city of Grenada Spain. The exhibit was born from the local artist association Glu Glu and has recently grown into a large International exhibit.
Lukáš Kándl will be exhibiting his artwork in a solo exhibition at the Vienna Phantasten Musuem in May. Kándl who is often busy with his wife Françoise, organising and managing travelling group exhibitions throughout Europe. It is therefore a treat to see an exhibition dedicated to larger body of work from Lukáš.
“Memento Mori – paintings and masks” is the new exhibition by Torsten Gebhardt in the Berlin Gallery ZURAG. “Remember that thou art mortal” is the loose translation, which the Berlin artist considers his philosophy, drawing upon his past life experiences
In the Phantasten Museum Vienna is the latest exhibition of the Society for Art of Imagination, one of its biggest highlights so far. The exhibition opening attracted visitors and artists from around the world. The exhibition rooms were filled to overflowing.
After the huge success of recent years, the “IMAGO – Phantastic Art” is again this year staging an exciting exhibition in the Lower Austrian Barockschloss Riegersburg. The owner of the palace, Countess Francesca Pilati presents an exhibition program dedicated primarily to the fantastic art.
Artifist Galerie is pleased to present in aticipation of the forthcoming movie “Prometheus” by Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator) a special exhibition in honor of HR Giger, the Swiss artist famous for his Oscar-winning work on “Alien”.
The Scharf-Gerstenberg show encompasses 300 works of “Surrealism and its predecessors,” with exquisite examples of surrealistic art by Max Ernst, Salvador Dalí and Rene Magritte, and with works by Odilon Redon, Paul Klee and Jean Dubuffet.