Ti-Pi Art Space Gives New Life to an Abandoned Townhouse in Ghent, Belgium

The initiative's inaugural physical show "The Most Sunny Hour of Your Night" features the work of 13 artists

Ghent, Belgium—a port city in the northwestern region of the country—is a city of contrast. Gothic architecture and cobblestone streets in the city’s center seem to be at odds with the industrial warehouses and gentrified neighborhoods on the outskirts. While many of the city’s historic buildings continue to be renovated or demolished, Transient Projects to People (Ti-Pi) is offering one of these doomed homes a …

Food, Art and Identity in Hashimoto Contemporary’s “Potluck” Group Show

Featuring 70+ artworks, an appetizing exhibition in LA

Curator Dasha Matsuura brings work by 32 artists to LA’s Hashimoto Contemporary for Potluck, on view now through 5 March. The gallery (which has locations in San Francisco and NYC) opened on La Cienega in September 2021, and Matsuura felt it was important to plan a major group show in their first year to foster conversation and community. The theme for Potluck—art and food—feels at …

Artist Maria Kozak Exhibits Inside Microsoft’s First-Ever Virtual Gallery, The Garage

A group exhibit debuts the digital off-shoot of what will become an in-person destination in NYC

In June, the Microsoft Garage Gallery opened its virtual doors to an inaugural exhibit intended to uplift the spirits of attendees. The Garage is Microsoft’s experimental R&D facility in Lower Manhattan, and the gallery is an extension of its work. In partnership with the cultural agency Hatchers, they brought six pioneering, multidisciplinary artists—Sadie Clayton, Uttam Grandhi, Beatie Wolfe, Stuart Semple, JGoldcrown and Maria Kozak—together for the immersive experience, aptly …