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Otkad su širom sveta zbog pandemije Covida-19 zatvorene sve kulturne institucije, muzeji i galerije morali su privremeno da zatvore vrata za publiku, a mnoge najavljene izložbe otkazane su i pomerene za neki povoljniji period. U Velikoj Britaniji kulturne institucije zatvorile su svoja vrata 23. marta, a iste večeri pokrenut je Instagram nalog @artofsocialdistancing, sa ciljem da se prikažu izložbe na čije je privremeno zatvaranje ili odlaganje uticala pandemija.

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Dwelling is the Light is now on view via @timothytaylorgallery online viewing room. 15 April – 15 May 2020 Inspired by the evolving effects of the global lockdown on our attitudes towards nature versus domestic life, the exhibition presents works by a multigenerational group of women artists working within a range of mediums to explore the relationship between interiors and the outdoors. The title, Dwelling is the Light, is drawn from William Wordsworth’s seminal 1798 poem ‘Tintern Abbey,’ which centers on the author’s meditations on the restorative powers of nature, even in the form of memory. Curated by Katy Hessel. #DianeArbus #VijaCelmins #HopeGangloff #PrudenceFlint #SanamKhatibi #CassiNamoda #HilaryPecis #PamelaPhatsimoSunstrum #FionaRae #AntoniaShowering #KikiSmith #LilyStockman #LucyWilliams @thegreatwomenartists @timothytaylorgallery #DwellingIsTheLight #contemporaryart #contemporarypainting #artofsocialdistancing #socialdistancing #artkeepsgoing

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Jedan od osnivača stranice istakao je da je otkazivanje pojedinih izložbi delovalo kao velika nepravda prema umetnicima koji su dugo radili na njima, ali i institucijama, kustosima i galeristima koji su im se toliko posvetili, a sada jednostavno ne mogu da se realizuju, barem ne onako kako je bilo planirano. Nalog neprestano dobija prijave mnogih nezavisnih galerija da se objavljuju njihove izložbe i redovno objavljuje umetnička dela koja trenutno ne bi ugledala svetlost dana.

Iako sa sedištem u Londonu, Art of Social Distancing objavljuje izveštaje o prekinutim izložbama širom sveta, sa detaljnim informacijama o svakom umetniku i izložbi. Od Candice Breitz: Love Story at Tate Liverpool, Urs Lüthi: Trademarks u njujorškoj galeriji The Women’s Darkroom i Yasmine Nasser Diaz: Soft Powers u Arabo-američkom Nacionalnom muzeju do Ishbel Myerscough: Grief, Longing and Love u Flowers Galeriji, Isaac Julien: America u Jessica Silverman Galeriji i An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain u Carnegie Muzeju umetnosti. Radeći tako što im galerije i umetnici šalju svoje radove, ovaj nalog osvetljava kako pandemija utiče na umetnički svet, pružajući katalog izložbi koje je sada moguće doživeti u virtuelnom svetu.

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Ishbel Myerscough: Grief, Longing and Love @flowersgallery is temporarily closed. The exhibition draws together intimate self-portraits and portraits of family to explore a universal journey of loss and longing. Myerscough is recognised for her highly detailed and meticulously observed portrayal of her subject matter, which over the past three decades has primarily included herself, her close friend and fellow artist Chantal Joffe, and their families. In this exhibition, Myerscough combines a focused study of youth and coming-of-age with adult experiences of parenthood, desire and bereavement, evoking the complex cycle of human experience. Paintings of sleeping and resting figures record moments of flux from childhood to teenage and young adulthood, which Myerscough describes as a ‘passing over’ from one state to another. Here, subjects are depicted lounging on beds or sofas, as though waiting or suspended in time. Often painted with eyes closed, Myerscough’s figures reflect the hidden or inaccessible inner lives of others, distancing the sleeper from the close familial gaze. Beds in Myerscough’s paintings are swathed in mis-matched striped patterns or swirling floral sheets, revealing a fascination with finding beauty within the everyday domestic environment. The frayed threads of careworn upholstery pull textile designs into abstraction, while fabrics can also transform the reclining figures into a tangle of partially revealed limbs. A double portrait of herself with Chantal Joffe depicts the two painters with brushes in hand, alongside Myerscough’s daughter, who has been a subject of both artists’ work throughout her life. Across their long friendship, Myerscough has reflected their evolving personal stories and shared experiences of female identity and motherhood. In this image, as with other smaller detailed self-portraits in the exhibition, Myerscough addresses a new cycle of transition with unflinching clarity. @ishbelmyerscough @flowersgallery @isabel_bingley #IshbelMyerscough #flowersgallery #artofsocialdistancing #socialdistancing

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