On view through September 26th, 2015 at the Santa Fe-based gallery David Richard in New Mexico  is a group exhibition entitled (Un)Real [Curated by Mary Dinaburg and Howard Rutkowski] which is introducing the gallery’s figuration program with five new artists added to its  roster – Michele Bubacco, Angela Fraleigh, David Humphrey, Martin Mull and Claire Sherman. 

These artists all start with familiar imagery or situations as a point of departure. 

Then, each one takes it in a different direction, using their unique approaches to painting and imbuing the works with conceptual content that challenges the viewer's point of view.

On Thursday, August 13th, 2015,  the Rome/Miami/New York-based Galleria Ca’D’Oro in Chelsea inaugurated an exhibition entitled "Breaking Surface," a collective show [On view through September 2nd] featuring works by artists Pauline Chernichaw, Holger Eckstein, Aldara Ortega, Jonathan Godinez, Cheryl Maeder, Matthew David Wachsman, and Andrea Puccetti.

The exhibition showcases  the work of both emerging and established artists exploring two sides of a single threshold: the border of water.

From September 11th to October 24th, 2015, the international prestigious gallery Blum & Poe will be presenting an exhibition of Japanese ceramics featuring the work of Kazunori Hamana, Yuji Ueda, and Otani Workshop — organized and curated by Takashi Murakami.

Presenting a wide range of forms, designs, and materials, the works in the exhibition draw upon the ancient sources of ceramic tradition in Japan, while also revealing inventive techniques of shaping, glazing, coloring, and firing.

WUM NEWS MIAMI– The Downtown Miami-based gallery Primary Projects released yesterday a video presented by NEST featuring Gallery artist Magnus Sodamin working for his latest exhibition installation entitled "Infinity Split."

Primary Projects, Nest HQ and OWSLA have partnered to experiment with the connection that exists  between art  music.

On Sunday, September 13th, 2015 from 3 to 7PM, a free public opening will take place at The Fountainhead Residency in Miami to inaugurate an exhibition entitled "Residential Properties: Dwelling On It" exploring intersection of Real Estate development and art.

Real Estate speculation, virtual environments, and developments in technology and fabrication now require a reconsideration of what 'dwelling' is.

From August 27th to 30th, 2015 the Philippines-based gallery SILVERLENS will be participating at Bazaar Art Jakarta 2015  [Booth B11] which will take place at The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place featuring Gallery artists Pio Abad, Gabriel Barredo, Chati Coronel, Gregory Halili, Hanna Pettyjohn, Maria Taniguchi, and Constantino Zicarelli.

Via TED Talks

Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin is an American artist that makes mesmerizing artwork which tells complex, myth-inspired stories. 

He is best known for his sculptural paintings that use multiple layers of glass, each covered in detailed imagery, to create a single intricate, three-dimensional collage.

In this TED Talk, Yellin, 40, shares the journey of an artist who at the early age of 8 developed his own  idiosyncratic way of thinking and seeing.

In Dark Days of War, photographer Alex Potter Bears Witness To Suffering, Survival

A 22-year-old American went to Yemen to document a revolution, drawn by a vibrant and welcoming culture. 

Then the country plunged into civil war. "Too naive to be terrified," Alex Potter stayed and captured images of unthinkable loss and resilience.

The Amsterdam-based gallery Annet Gelink has announced today that the Museo Mario Testino, MATE in Lima, Peru will present "Sin Censura" (Uncensored), a solo exhibition by Dutch photographer Ed van der Elsken from August 21st to November 1st, 2015 as part of MATE's annual series Masters of Photography showcased at the Sala de Exhibiciones Temporales.

From October 30th to December 23rd, 2015, the international cutting-edge gallery Blum & Poe [Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo] will present a concise survey of 13 works by Korean artist Yun Hyongkeun (1928–2007), one of the leading figures of Tansaekhwa, the monochrome painting movement that redefined Korean art starting in the mid-1960s. 

This is Yun’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and his first posthumous solo presentation in North America.