It has been completely restored and renovated by French artist Jean Marc Sinan, who transformed a beautiful residential house into a distinctive, exceptional centre for art and leisure enthusiasts alike.
It features a number of contemporary art galleries, an open-air amphitheatre, an exquisite fine dining restaurant, an exclusive spa, and a state-of-the-art Pilates & Dance Studio, the first of its kind in the Gulf region.
, the first exhibition to examine the deep and ongoing influence of the AIDS crisis on American art and culture.
The exhibition will feature more than 125 works in a wide range of media dating from 1981 to the present day, by artists including Félix González-Torres, Derek Jackson, Kia Labeija, Annie Leibovitz, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Martin Wong.
Featuring: Anna Líndal; Kjánska Collective; Rúrí; Bryndís H Snæbjörnsdóttir & Mark Wilson; Ósk Vihjálmsdóttir Six Icelandic artists make their debut at the Bakehouse Arts Complex in a group exhibition opening November 17 at the Bakehouse Arts Complex.
Curated by Ombretta Agró Andruff, features Icelandic artists and collectives who employ a broad range of media to comment, highlight and take an activist stance against those who threaten the stunning yet fragile Icelandic ecosystems, and document how climate change, often fueled by human actions driven by economic interests, is impacting the natural environment, with potentially disastrous consequences.
la fontaine centre of contemporary art is an historical monument dating back to a hundred and fifty years, located in the heart of Manama close to the old “Suq” The centre is the only one of its kind throughout the Middle East, revered by all as a masterpiece of architectural and artistic glory, which makes it a special haven for architectural connoisseurs.
The property, belonging to the Alireza family, is very unique as it captures the grand essence of a European chateau, while retaining the charm of the fine, authentic Gulf Islamic architecture.(Greyshoes) - Finding Essence in Stone Friends of Indian Art Event Audio Recordings » Whether you couldn't make the presentation or you really want to go back and hear it again, these recent lectures on Native American Arts & Culture are available for download in MP3 format. | get directions » HOURS Regular hours: Tuesday - Sunday 10 - 5 Summer Hours (May - October): Monday-Sunday 10-5 | more info » ADMISSION - General Admission - New Mexico Residents with ID Museum members admitted free 16 and under are always free Museum passes and discounts are available | more info » TOURS Free docent tours are offered regularly for museum visitors.| more info » Video Introduction This introductory video features members of the museum's Indian Advisory Panel discussing the role of Native people in the operations of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture.“These artists give voice to perspectives that are too often suppressed, and the exhibition reveals how they have changed both the history of art in America and the response to this disease.” Bronx Museum Director of Curatorial and Education Programs, Sergio Bessa, added, “The AIDS crisis has particular resonance in our region and in the Bronx, and we continue to feel the impact of HIV/AIDS.Through our presentation of this exhibition and a series of community engagement programs, we will promote dialog with our community on a topic that has been stigmatized for decades.” The exhibition is co-curated by: Jonathan David Katz, Director, Visual Studies Doctoral Program at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York; and Rock Hushka, Chief Curator at the Tacoma Art Museum.The Bronx Museum of the Arts receives ongoing general operating support from the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.