AUSTRALIA at The Royal Academy of Arts in London

Ned Kelly - Australia at The Royal Academy in London

The Royal Academy of Art gathered up two hundred years of Australian art history, put them on boats and shipped them across the globe to London, where they are currently dominating the vast galleries of …

Nino Sarabutra’s What Will You Leave Behind?

Sarabutra - What Will You Leave Behind

Already the title of this exhibition is enough to make you curious. If you then start visualising in front of you 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls, you really have to start thinking. The person behind the …

The Art Toast Project

The Art Toast Project by Idafrosk

The Art Toast Project is an ongoing food art project by Ida Skivenes. The Norwegian artist uses pieces of toast as her canvas and makes edible versions of major art works by famous artists, such …

Florentijn Hofman’s Party Aardvark (Yes, Those Little Animals)

Florentijn Hofman's aardvark

Florentijn Hofman, the artist behind the giant yellow duck floating in different harbours around the world, has recently revealed his new project Feestaardvarken (Party Aardvark), a 30 meter long concrete sculpture of an aardvark with …

De Fotohal 21-29 September 2013 in Amsterdam

De Fotohal

Nobody could claim that our hometown of Amsterdam is lacking exciting new initiatives for local artists, art lovers and visitors alike. Tonight at 7 pm is the official opening of this new exhibition, housing the …

Richard Mosse: The Impossible Image

Richard Mosse The Impossible Image

Are you ready for something different? Something beautiful and at the same time something highlighting a cruel spot of our world? This is the latest work of the artist and photographer Richard Mosse, entitled ‘The …

Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art

Until today Tibet, which has been occupied by China since 1951, is still largely closed off from the Western world by strict regulations for Tibetans. Tibetans are for example not allowed to travel outside their …

Feeling Connected

I Forgot My Phone

‘Feeling connected’ The meaning of these words can be totally different depending on the individual you speak to. As technology heavily influences the way people interact, so are the ways we connect with each other. …

Alternative London Street Art Workshops

Alternative London Street Art Workshops

Street Art. Yes, it’s something we at Art Weekenders hold close to our artsy hearts. We simply believe that there are few other elements of artistic expressions that can feel more contemporary, more part of …

Noorderlicht: The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar

Noorderlicht - The sweet And Sour Taste of Sugar

You might never savour the sweet taste of sugar the same way after you’ve seen the main exhibition at Noorderlicht, “The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar”. No, don’t worry, it’s not an over-serious production. …

Noorderlicht Photo Festival 2013

Noorderlicht Groningen 2013

You know an exhibition is doing something right when your visit leaves you with feelings of excitement, but also makes you emotionally involved and in general torn by your thoughts while you reflect over what …

Jesus Make-up and Football

Frederik Buycks Jesus makeup and football

‘Jesus, make-up and football’ – an award winning photo series of photographer Frederik Buyckx – is now on display in the Foto Museum (FoMu) in Antwerp, Belgium, until the 6th of October next. While living …

Salvador Dali Of Our Times

Salvador Dali Of Our Times - The Persistence of Technology

What if Salvador Dali was born in 1983 instead of 1904? A valid question that you may have posed yourself in relation to certain artists, when walking in a museum that exhibits art of the …