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This week's online picks span from awe-inspiring underwater photography to classic Americana. There are highlights from this year's Whitney Biennal, plus a brand
new launch from Art for Autism Gallery to mark awareness month in April.
 
 
American Dreaming
 
Suburbia surveys the development of an idealised lifestyle – from the 19th century to the present day. It takes a close look at the visuals that have fuelled a cultural imagination of a house surrounded by lawns with a pool in the back garden and cars slumbering in the garage.
 
 
 
 

Art for Advocacy
 
April is Autism Awareness Month, and a new contemporary art and photography marketplace is launching a fundraiser in support of the community. There’s a focus on stopping, considering and framing the finer details of human experience.
 
 
 
 
 

Wall of Nature

Under Vietnamese photographer Viet Ha Tran’s lens, a living wall becomes something else entirely. Her pictures are like stepping into a hallucination, with contrasting colours that meld into one another, weaving and swirling from the top to the bottom of each and every frame.
 
 
 

A Flooding World
 
We speak to Nick Brandt about Sink / Rise, an exhibition that portrays the effects of rising sea levels in South Pacific Islands. Images captured underwater represent inhabitants whose homes, lands and livelihoods may be lost in the coming decades as sea levels increase.

Whitney Biennial 2024 
 
The longest-running survey of contemporary art in the United States returns with a line-up that includes filmmaker Isaac Julien and singer Holland Andrews. We highlight key artworks that engage with the complexities of identity and representation in America today.


 
 
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 Exhibitions, Interviews and Cultural Events I   ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This week's online picks span from awe-inspiring underwater photography to classic Americana. There are highlights from this year's Whitney Biennal, plus a brand new launch from Art for Autism Gallery to mark awareness month in April. American Dreaming Suburbia surveys the development of an idealised lifestyle – from the 19th century to the present day. It takes a close look at the visuals that have fuelled a cultural imagination of a house surrounded by lawns with a pool in the back garden and cars slumbering in the garage. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Art for Advocacy April is Autism Awareness Month, and a new contemporary art and photography marketplace is launching a fundraiser in support of the community. There’s a focus on stopping, considering and framing the finer details of human experience. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wall of Nature Under Vietnamese photographer Viet Ha Tran’s lens, a living wall becomes something else entirely. Her pictures are like stepping into a hallucination, with contrasting colours that meld into one another, weaving and swirling from the top to the bottom of each and every frame. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Flooding World We speak to Nick Brandt about Sink / Rise, an exhibition that portrays the effects of rising sea levels in South Pacific Islands. Images captured underwater represent inhabitants whose homes, lands and livelihoods may be lost in the coming decades as sea levels increase. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Whitney Biennial 2024  The longest-running survey of contemporary art in the United States returns with a line-up that includes filmmaker Isaac Julien and singer Holland Andrews. We highlight key artworks that engage with the complexities of identity and representation in America today. Find out more » ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Change email address / Leave mailing list
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