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Gabriele Finaldi welcomes a ‘once-in-a-generation’ opportunity to rethink London’s National Gallery

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Source: The Art Newspaper

The National Gallery in London is well into a £85m project to upgrade its Sainsbury Wing entrance and provide new facilities to celebrate its 200th anniversary. It had been hoped the wing would reopen this month, but work has taken longer than expected and the reopening is now scheduled for May 2025.

In an in-depth interview with The Art Newspaper, Gabriele Finaldi, the gallery’s director, speaks about his plans for a complete rehang of the collection—a “once-in-a-generation” opportunity. Although the redisplay will follow the previous chronological trajectory, there will be some noticeable changes and new juxtapositions. For instance, the gallery’s 17 Monets will go into a single room, providing a “mini-monographic” display.

Read More: https://www.theartnewspaper.com/2024/05/02/gabriele-finaldi-welcomes-a-once-in-a-generation-opportunity-to-rethink-londons-national-gallery

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Club historian to host Wolverhampton Art Gallery talk

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Wolves’ club historian, Peter Crump, will help bring football images to life in a special one-off talk at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.

As part of the ‘Football: Designing The Beautiful Game’ exhibit running at the gallery until September, which is delving into the remarkable design stories behind the world’s number one sport, Crump will host a conversation with artist Neville Gabie on Saturday 27th July.

The free talk will see Crump will speak to Gabie about his series of photographs in the exhibition Posts, an ongoing body of work that he has developed over the last 25 years.

Read more: https://www.wolves.co.uk/news/club/20240718-club-historian-to-host-wolverhampton-art-gallery-talk/

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National Art Gallery to showcase travel-themed visual expression

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Source: The Vibes.com

IN conjunction with the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle 2023-2025, also known as IMT-GT 2023-2025, the National Art Gallery inaugurated the “Rantau: IMT-GT Exhibition”, which will run from July 16 to December 1, 2024.

This exhibition is an artistic expression by visual artists from three countries, portraying their thoughts and feelings about nature, family relationships, life struggles, past stories, survival, daily routines, and everyday life.  

The collaboration among the three countries through this exhibition celebrates togetherness, regional unity, and cultural diversity. 

Read more: https://www.thevibes.com/articles/news/102787/national-art-gallery-to-showcase-travel-themed-visual-expressio

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Jacksonville tattoo and art gallery holding Cool Kids Kits giveback event for students in need

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Source: The Daily News

A Jacksonville tattoo and art gallery is working to help as many students as possible this back-to-school season with the launch of their Cool Kids Kits event.

Harm the Karma Tattoo & Art Gallery has been open for about a decade and is veteran-owned and operated. The Jacksonville shop is located at 110 Liberty Drive, but they also have a sister shop at 175 Midway Park called Dark Artisan Tattoo, and another shop in Greenville. All three studios are participating in the event.

“For us, we strive to provide the best possible experience to our clientele, trying to improve on what you think your basic tattoo shop is,” said Harm the Karma Head Manager Anthony Lopez. “We take art very seriously, and one of the biggest pillars of our company is doing stuff for the community.”

Read more: https://bloxgnt.paxtonmedia.com/tncms/asset/editorial/715a26ec-406d-11ef-b0ca-ff8ba264d529/

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