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Gregory J. Rose Jennifer Homer-Hynes Robert Reed This exhibition highlights the efforts of GAP members. GAP members are known for and really good at trading frags (fragments of found material) by collecting them, putting them in envelopes and mailing them to other members throughout the world. The GAP member on the receiving end will then create an original work using the frags received in the mail. There are over 60 artist members in GAP from 17 countries. On view in Gallerie Renee Marie beginning in December 2020 (exact dates and times TBA).
This exhibition, curated by Carl Heyward and Ron Weijers begs the question: “What borders are you willing to cross?” An exhibition featuring works by Global Art Project artists, who have encountered this question many times in their work and their lives. CrossingBorders is a conceptual collaborative group exhibition project for art professionals affiliated with Global Art Project (GAP). The aim is on transferring the projects concept to the public and extending the participants professional international networks and art market. The CrossingBorders exhibition aims to bring together Global Art Project affiliated artists from all over the world, who are highly motivated to collaborate with each other across national borders with the ambition to enter each other’s markets artistically. The CrossingBorders exhibition has been curated by the American artist and founder of Global Art Project, Carl Heyward and the Dutch artist and curator Ron Weijers. The curators of the CrossingBorders exhibition, stimulate and expect a conceptual reflection on distances or barriers, included in the perceptual context of a border, a blocking in thinking, acceptance and/or understanding by means of political issues, globalization, immigration, climate change, gender, race, culture, religious racism, terrorism, genocide, war, misogynist behavior, feelings of fear or superiority etc.etc… In other words, the GAP artists reflect upon their own conceptions about what constitutes a border or boundary and what it means to cross it. The inaugural exhibition took place in Ghent, Belgium in July of 2019. GAP affiliated artists included (in alphabetical order): Nadi Adatepe – Noorwegen/Norway, Lynn Arnold – VS/USA, BrianAuerbach – VS/USA, Francis Beaty – VS/USA, Pat Calabro – VS/USA, Linda Coppens – België/Belgium, Mar Daines – Frankrijk/France, Mikel Frank – VS/USA, Ana Gabiño – Mexico, Carl Heyward – VS/USA, Jennifer Homer-Hynes – VS/USA, Christopher Padgett Hunnicutt – VS/USA, William Jaggers – VS/USA, David Jenowe – VS/USA, Macha Mélanie – Frankrijk/USA, Naomi Middelmann – Zwitserland/Switseland, Emmanuel Montoya – VS/USA, Susumu Ohira – Japan/Japan, Judith Pauly-Bender – Duitsland/Germany, Compagnie Puls’Art – Frankrijk/France, Glen Rogers – Mexico/Mexico, Isabel Ruiz Perdiguero – Spanje/Spain, Akiko Suzuki-Heyward – Japan/VS– Japan/USA, Patrick Tagoe-Turkson – Ghana/Ghana, Christine Verhaert – België/Belgium, Frans van Viegen – Nederland/the Netherlands, Ron Weijers – Nederland/the Netherlands, Syporca Whandal – Hongarije/Hongary, MadeleineWories – VS/USA and Dimitri Xato – Spanje/Spain
GG3: Online-Exhibitiion ” Home: Think globally, act locally ” (20.3. – 8.5.2020, Vernissage 20.3., 7pm)
Group Global 3000: In our artistic discourse we treat ecological topics connected with social and / or economic. Our works are part of a new art language that is inherent in sustainability. GG3 thus promotes sustainability as a socially relevant and world-changing process.
OPEN CALL : The Quarantine Exhibition is an online program that will culminate in a digital exhibition and gallery show. Selected international artists will be invited to engage in a series of online exhibitions. We are collaborating with curators across the world to select artists and eventually stage the gallery exhibition.
Art jewellery exhibition by contemporary artist and animal rights activist nLoro #ArtJewellery #AnimalRights nLoro is an animal rights activist, reveals behind the scene stories on animal abuse and animal testing through her art jewellery, in order to raise awareness on animal rights. She uses her fine jewellery skilsl to soften the tone of violence in telling these stories, to ease people in. In this exhibition, she talks about climate change and its impact on wild animals among many other themes, such as draize tests on rabbits and coconut picking monkeys.