Something Curated’s Holiday Gift Guide

With the holidays fast approaching, Something Curated has compiled a list of ten of the most coveted items available for purchase this month, perfect to give or receive, spanning art, fashion, home and more. Art Untitled, 2014 | Anish Kapoor Anish Kapoor is well-known for his use of abstract biomorphic forms and his penchant for…

6 Funded Residencies, Awards & Open Calls For Artists In India

Something Curated highlights six funded opportunities established to support creatives working across the arts in India, along with their respective deadlines and links to applications. Arts at CERN & Pro Helvetia — Connect India Programme Arts at CERN and the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia are hosting an open call for their Connect programme, this…

Strange Clay: Ceramics In Contemporary Art

Open now and running until 8 January 2023, London’s Hayward Gallery presents Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art, an ambitious group exhibition exploring how contemporary artists have used the medium of clay in inventive and unexpected ways. Given the recent surge of interest in ceramics by artists around the world, as well as countless people…

Leighton House Reopens Its Doors Following A Major Transformation

Leighton House, the spectacular studio-home of Victorian artist and former President of the Royal Academy, Frederic Leighton (1830-96), has reopened to the public following a major transformation. Situated on the edge of Holland Park, Kensington, Leighton House is famed for its opulent interiors, including the extraordinary Arab Hall featuring exquisite mosaic floors and tiles acquired…

5 Extraordinary Concept Stores To Visit In Seoul

South Koreans have masterfully honed the idea of concept retail, with creatively designed and immersive multi-use spaces flourishing throughout the city of Seoul. Interactive, novel and, of course, photo-ready, these narrative rich retail sites take customers and spectators alike on dynamic and unexpected journeys with plenty of products available to pick up along the way….

Olafur Eliasson Takes Over Florence’s Palazzo Strozzi

For his largest exhibition to date in Italy, Olafur Eliasson leads visitors to Palazzo Strozzi on a meandering journey that reimagines and subverts the experience of the building’s Renaissance architecture. Open now and running until 23 January 2023, the exhibition brings together site-specific installations alongside historic pieces, as well as new works created using VR…

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