On 11 October 2014 the Dreamscapes exhibition for contemprary imaginary realism will be opened at the “Landcommanderij Alden Biesen” in Bilzen, Belgium. For two months there will be about 300 works of art created by more than 70 contemporary masters, representing Imaginary Realism from all across the globe.
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Australian painter Iain Whittaker’s exhibition Psychopomp travels to Goulburn Regional Gallery from October 3 – 26. Replete with fantastic imagery and seemingly incongruous juxtapositions, this exhibition showcases the results of a 17 year painting odyssey, a process of developing ludicrous yet convincing images with unexpected undertows, where the fantastic is the only way to approach reality with any clarity.
The 2013 Dreams and Divinities travelling exhibition was launched this Spring Equinox in the historical Iglesia St Marcos of Toledo Spain. It will finish this autumn in Paris with a few exhibits and events including a celebration on the Autumn Equinox at La Porte Soleil.
The Bangkok Museum of Contemporary Art exhibition ‘‘Destiny to Imagination’’, compiles a collection of 30 paintings created during the past two decades by Prateep Kochabua, one of the most prominent artists in the Thai contemporary art scene.
The Port Jackson Press Print Room presents this May, a print exhibition,’There, There’, from Lucy Hardie. ‘There, There’ exposes the polarities of the human experience, both the light and the dark, as a means of realising a greater sense of unity within our selves and our environment.
Fulgur Esoterica presents I:MAGE, a week-long exhibition showcasing a rare selection of the growing international developments in esoteric art.
This year’s exhibition at the Baroqueschloß Riegersburg entitled “Dollars, Treasures and Art… has time run out?” (Dollar Schätze und Kunst) brings together a number of current issues and many perspectives on contemporary society through the creation of the exhibiting artists