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Global Art Buzz: 7 Must-Visit Exhibitions This Week!

Unveiling the art world’s gems! Explore seven captivating exhibitions happening worldwide this week. Immerse yourself in immersive installations, thought-provoking narratives, and boundless creativity. Let these must-visit showcases ignite your passion for art and leave you inspired. Join WhatsOn on a global journey of artistic discovery!

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Rooms, Tate Modern

Yayoi Kusama’s mesmerizing mirrored rooms have arrived at Tate Modern, featuring two extraordinary installations. ‘Filled with the Brilliance of Life,’ one of her largest Infinity Rooms, was previously showcased during the gallery’s 2012 Kusama retrospective. The other installation, ‘Chandelier of Grief,’ immerses viewers in a dazzling mirrored room filled with Swarovski-encrusted chandeliers, creating a breathtaking visual spectacle.

Copenhagen/Denmark – October 13,2017 : An installation art “Gleaming Lights of the Souls” by Japanese artist ,Yayoi Kusama.Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life.

When and where>

  • Until September 30 2023
  • Tate Modern, Bankside, London, SE1 9TG.

For more> https://secretldn.com/infinity-rooms-tate-modern/

A new look: Re-hang at Tate Britain

Tate Britain has revamped its permanent displays, incorporated new acquisitions and emphasized gender balance by showcasing works by women artists. Notably, beloved pieces by Turner, Blake, Constable, the Pre-Raphaelites, and Hepworth are still on view alongside their new peers.

When and where>

  • From 23 May 2023
  • Tate Britain

For more> tate.org.uk/press/press-releases/tate-britain-to-unveil-

Keith Haring: Art Is for Everybody

A Gen-Z TikToker sparked a discussion about Keith Haring, suggesting that only attractive women are drawn to his art. However, being a “hot girl” in this context is more about embracing the vibe rather than physical appearance. Haring’s art has become a popular part of the youth’s trendy aesthetic, and the exhibition “Keith Haring: Art is for Everybody” allows us to experience his original works and appreciate his activism and inclusive artistic vision.

When and where>

  • 27 May – 8 October
  • The Broad, Los Angeles,

For more> https://www.thebroad.org/art/special-exhibitions

John Akomfrah

John Akomfrah’s debut solo show in China features his older work, “The Airport,” which explores themes of time, societal breakdowns, migration, and history. Premiered in Greece in 2016, the film follows a mysterious astronaut in an abandoned airport, encountering characters trapped in a timeless state. Through its fragmented world, “The Airport” raises questions about modernity, the fading of Western-centric ideals, and the promise of progress.

When and where>

  • 27 May – 14 October
  • Lisson Gallery, Beijing,

For more> https://www.lissongallery.com/

Accidentally Wes Anderson Exhibition

Accidentally Wes Anderson’ captures an aesthetic resembling the whimsical style of filmmaker Wes Anderson. The Instagram account @accidentallywesanderson showcases real-life locations that mirror Anderson’s distinctive film sets. Following its success in South Korea, the Accidentally Wes Anderson (AWA) exhibition will be held at Warehouse Terrada, featuring 300 photographs embodying Anderson’s symmetrical compositions and pastel colors.

When and where>

  • Until 26 May 2023
  • Warehouse Terrada, Tennozu

For more> https://www.awa2023.jp/

Bengal Gallery of Fine Arts

Shilpangan Art Gallery, launched in 2000, is the premier art space in Dhanmondi, Bangladesh. With a tranquil atmosphere, it features diverse artwork by local and international artists. The gallery’s vast space and natural lighting create a captivating experience, transporting visitors to a world of artistic amazement.

When and where>

  • May 2023
  • Dhanmondi, Bangladesh

Edge Gallery

Established in 2016, is a contemporary art gallery situated in Gulshan. With a strong emphasis on international art forms, they introduce fresh and innovative artistic values to Bangladesh. Showcasing a diverse selection of contemporary art, including paintings, photographs, and modern sculptures, they have become a platform for both foreign and local artists. The gallery spaces are characterized by sleek and minimalistic designs, allowing the remarkable artworks to take center stage.

When and where>

•              May 2023

•              Gulshan, Bangladesh

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