The Jack Hanley Gallery is holding the fifth solo exhibition of work by Ajit Chauhan, From the Pencil Area. Starting from March 11. Through abstract construction, repetition and (flattened) movement Chauhan’s erased LP’s have materialized into something like “a plaid, hypnotized into a rhythm.”
Daito Manabe and Motoi Ishibashi, two creators that have been utilizing media technology in their various endeavors traversing a wide area between art, design, advertising and music, will unveil their newest work in the particles exhibition at the Yamaguchi Center for Art and Media [YCAM] from March 3rd until May 5th.
Workshop called “Big Bio” will be held at The Substation Gallery from March 4th to March 20th, 2011. The reception will take place on March 3rd 19:30. This science fiction exhibition consists of digital prints, a short film, and puppets. Big Bio is a film project about a scientist bringing life to a clay child, and uses the classic stop motion animation technique. The workshop from 2:00 to 5:00pm for children conducted by Eileen Reynolds for 9 years old and above will be held on Saturday March 12th and for 6 to 8 years old will be held on Sunday March 20th. For further information please go to the official website.
Galleria Patricia Armocida in Milan will hold a group exhibition “Strangers in the Night”, showing works of Devendra Banhart, Keegan Mchargue, and Adam Tullie. The opening will be March 8 at 19:00. On show there will be about 30 drawings in watercolor, ink and pencil on paper.
Starting from February 17th, UNIQLO launched a website, social community and global communication platform “UNIQLOOKS“, which links to Facebook. UNIQLOOKS allows people the opportunity to come together through Facebook and share their personal UNIQLO style with friends. Even UNIQLO fans who do not have a Facebook account can browse user photos and “Like” them. The most “Liked” photos will be ranked higher on the site, with the top ranked looks then being used in-store at UNIQLO stores all over the world; reinforcing UNIQLO’s ‘Made for All’ philosophy.