Monthly Archives: March 2022

Why galleries are moving to New York and LA

This decentralization also means galleries don’t have to compete as hard for real estate, and getting more square footage for less money is a major draw. “New York is a very densely populated vertical city. It’s become extremely difficult to find reasonable space,” said Allegra LaViola of Lower East Side …

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Freelance Curator Opportunities at Catamount Arts | Culture & Leisure

Catamount Arts has announced new opportunities for independent curators. Catamount plans to support independent curators of contemporary art by providing gallery space for the realization of their diverse visions. Proposals are being accepted for 8-12 week exhibitions at Catamount’s non-profit exhibition space on Eastern Avenue beginning in April/May of this …

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🌱 School District Faces $9M Budget Cuts + New Principal Hired

Hello, Des Moines! Here’s everything you need to know to get this Wednesday off to a good start. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy, showers; costs. High: 50 Low: 31. Here are the top 3 stories in Des Moines today: Public schools in Des Moines, Iowa’s largest district, are facing $9 …

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Daniel S. Palmer Joins SCAD Museum of Art as Chief Curator

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – The Savannah College of Art and Design is proud to announce the appointment of Daniel S. Palmer as Chief Curator of the SCAD Museum of Art. The announcement coincides with the 10th anniversary celebration of SCAD MOA, marking a bold new era for the premier teaching museum. …

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A Stroll Through the Trendy Makrygianni District — Greek City Times

Beyond “The Jewel at the Top”, the many tourist shops selling dodgy souvenirs, tours – by Segway, bike and on foot – all kinds of street musicians and somewhat creepy mimes, the Makrygianni is flourishes in a trendy, upscale and warmly welcoming neighborhood. . Makrygianni district When I lived there …

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A trip down Galmory [Gallery-Memory] Way | Art space | John A. Barry and Bill Carmel

By John A. Barry This overview of the Danville gallery scene over the years is not intended to be comprehensive or exhaustively researched. Rather, it is based primarily on my recollections and personal experience, supplemented with information and images from Bill Carmel. Gallery: mid-15th century: alley or covered passage, narrow …

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El Paso Museum of Art hosts ‘Images of Mexico’ exhibition

The city’s El Paso Art Museum invites the public to visit the new exhibition, Luces y Sombras: Images of Mexico, which opens on Thursday, April 7. EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Officials at the city’s El Paso Art Museum invite the public to visit the new exhibit, Luces y Sombras: …

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British Museum removes Sackler surname from galleries | English Museum

The British Museum has become the latest cultural organization to remove the Sackler surname from the galleries and rooms they have supported. George Osborne, the president of the museum, announced the move on Twittersaying, “We’re entering a new era, showcasing our great collection in new ways for new audiences.” For …

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Local Galleries Offer Plenty of Views to Welcome Spring

As the pandemic loosens its grip, art is making a comeback, especially in local galleries, including at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and some other area campuses. Here are snapshots of new and current exhibits worth checking out. University Museum of Contemporary Art, UMass – “Prince,” an exhibition of prints …

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Ghostwire: Tokyo – How to Destroy the Barrier Around Utagawa Shopping District

Shortly after helping Rinko sabotage the Visitors’ machine, Ghostwire: Tokyo players will find themselves in the Utagawa shopping district. Trying to clear the Tori Gate there, however, they soon realize they’ve fallen into a trap, with the visitors setting up a barrier around the entire area in an effort to …

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Catalina Museum For Art & History Announces Appointment of Sheila Bergman as Executive Director

Catalina Museum of Art and History announces Sheila Bergman, PhD, as the museum’s new executive director, effective April 18. Prior to joining the museum, Bergman served as executive director of UCR ARTS, the internationally acclaimed arts center at the University of California, Riverside (UCR). “After nearly a year of searching …

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Artist Rana Begum at Pitzhanger Manor: Fleeting Moments of Infinite Beauty

I If you’re anything like me, when you find yourself trotting through an exquisite stately home, you’ll be the one to sniff “a bit dark but innit” as you pass intricately carved moldings and elaborate wooden doors. Not, however, at Pitzhanger Manor, the country estate owned by late 18th-century architect …

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A fitting farewell for the artist whose death left an incompressible void

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size Sebastian Goldspink is pioneering a new model of guardianship – the sensitive and caring caretaker. At the opening of this year’s Biennial of Australian Art in Adelaide at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Goldspink seemed to waver on the verge of …

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New hotels, restaurants and attractions in Montreal

DJ tunes and cannabis smoke drifted over a bundled-up crowd celebrating the year Montreal in light winter party. Daredevils in hockey skates raced between French and English canood couples. It was a very Canadian evening. The story continues under the ad “I think we’ve finally turned the corner,” said Yves …

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Pittsburgh Galleries and Museums Launch New Exhibits for Spring 2022 | Spring Guide | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of Andy Warhol Museum Paola Pivi: I want it all at the Andy Warhol Museum Spring is here, and with it, the promise of new art exhibits at various galleries and museums in Pittsburgh. From never-before-seen works by a famous photographer …

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India Art Fair returns to physical format for 2022 edition

India Art Fair, the leading platform to discover and celebrate modern and contemporary art from South Asia, announces the full list of participating galleries and program highlights for its upcoming 13th edition. From April 28 to May 1, 2022 in partnership with BMW India, The show will feature 77 exhibitors …

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Waco Museums and Sites Open Doors to State Conference | Education

Waco Museums and Attractions is hosting the Peer Welcome Mat this week, hosting the annual meeting of the Texas Association of Museums with receptions and activities at more than half a dozen locations. This is the association’s first in-person conference in two years, after the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the 2020 …

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Why Private Jet Companies Are Accepting More One-Seater Charters – Robb Report

Sharing a private jet ride may seem counterintuitive during a pandemic, but of the handful of companies involved in single-seat charter sales, most say their business has increased since the Covid-19 outbreak. Yet a schism remains between the young pilots targeted by these new business models and the customers of …

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Paul Robeson Galleries presents a ZOOM discussion with Four Artists to Watch

NEWS | CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 03/19/2022 (NEWARK, NJ) — On Thursday, March 24, 2022 at 6:00 p.m., Paul Robeson Galleries presents an artist talk showcasing the work of four visual artists. Moderated by visual artist Bryant Small, this program will include an intimate look at the …

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From Paris 13th to Bridgerton: the complete guide to the activities of the week | Culture

Going out – Saturday Mag illo Exit: Movie theater Paris, 13th arrondissementout nowFrench author Jacques Audiard is back, and in a lighter form than his searing prison drama A Prophet. In this beautifully shot contemporary black-and-white romance, modern Parisians do their best to understand their love life and life in …

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See what’s happening at FAM!

The reception of these major exhibitions takes place on Friday, March 25, 2022. Click on here for the details! Meet these two exhibiting artists at the Artist/Curator Talks and at the exhibition reception. Chester Arnold will speak during the interviews with the artists. You can pre-order a signed catalog of …

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9 remarkable lots on Artsy this week

got his start in the art world as a member of the Hairy Who, a group of six recent graduates from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago who showed their work together in the mid-1960s under this nickname weird. This particular work, a luminous watercolor depicting what appears …

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Zina Saro-Wiwa’s multimedia art connects with audiences through food, drink and tears

Saro-Wiwa’s approach to the camera is partially influenced by Nollywood (Nigerian Hollywood) cinema. Nollywood does not have a uniform style, but some common elements include unofficial sequels, low budgets, surreal aesthetics, and romantic dramas. Like the Nollywood film, Saro-Wiwa’s work is marked by the presence of the camera and a …

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Commentary: How Frank Gehry’s new Colburn Concert Hall could transform the arts in Los Angeles

In 2016, Colburn — the community music school, conservatory, academy and dance school — bought a sad outdoor parking lot at the corner of 2nd and Olive streets downtown for $33 million. It was on a steep, pedestrian-unfriendly hill that led to Colburn’s Grand Avenue campus, the Museum of Contemporary …

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Redefining and rethinking the airport hotel

Skift grip The stigma behind airport hotels is changing and with it comes a greater number of “destination travellers” versus displaced travellers. Carley Thornel It’s far from a return to business as usual for airport hotels congested by a nadir in business travel, especially as the corporate world rethinks its …

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Massachusetts court denies ERISA request

On March 4, 2022, the District Court for the District of Massachusetts dismissed, per Fed. A. Civil. P. 56, ERISA claims filed by a former employee who took early retirement at age 62 and is receiving retirement benefits in the form of a joint and survivor annuity. Belknap v. Partners …

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Arts Calendar: March 18-28 – Portland Press Herald

Exhibitions/Galleries “Forward”: Chocolate Church Arts Gallery, Bath. Collective exhibition of artists from the Independence Association program Brooches. Doors open 5:30-7:31 p.m. March; on view until April 9. “Innovation and resilience Through Three Generations of Wabanaki Basketry”: Bowdoin College Museum of Arts, Brunswick. “Thoughts”: solo exhibition of Brooke Lambert, Union of …

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Mid-Hudson residents ‘On the Move’ for the week of March 14, 2022 – Daily Freeman

Daniel J. Gruner received the community service award at the New York Professional Insurance Agents Board meeting in February. He is a senior advisor for NFP. The award recognizes individuals who demonstrate a significant commitment to improving their community. Gruner has served on numerous local councils, including the Kingston Boys …

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Victims identified in accident outside Parthenon restaurant in DC

As they were placing their orders at the DC restaurant, an SUV sped across Connecticut Avenue, jumped the sidewalk and slammed into a cluster of sidewalk tables filled with diners. Bloom, 76, was killed, as was another woman, Terese Dudnick Taffer, 73, police said on Saturday. Taffer was also involved …

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Artist William Heydt has been capturing Newport for over 20 years.

Although William Heydt painted portraits of hundreds of Newport residents, he still remembers the skepticism he encountered one of the first times he approached a subject and asked to paint it. That was over 20 years ago, and at the time Heydt (pronounced as “height”) had amassed a portfolio of …

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£48million to safeguard the nation’s essential cultural heritage

The move is a major part of improving people’s access to the arts, supporting cultural assets and economic growth through culture. Recipients include famous codebreakers site Bletchley Park, the internationally acclaimed Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and heritage site Berwick Barracks Galleries, museums, libraries and other cultural venues across the …

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A preview of Asia Week New York

Excerpt from the February 2022 issue of Apollo. Preview and subscribe here. The community of Asian art dealers and scholars in New York is feeling half-hearted enthusiasm about Asia Week New York’s return to a primarily in-person event from March 16-25, after relying heavily on theaters. online viewing last year. …

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Lodhi Colony’s latest mural breaks travel boundaries – Art-and-culture News, Firstpost

The mural titled “Fish Out of Water” is a collaboration between India-based architect and illustrator Aashti Miller and German Greta von Richthofen, who works on documentary stories and graphic novels. Fish out of water mural in Lodhi settlement Adding to the 60 murals in Delhi’s Lodhi arts district is a …

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Breaking News: New Martin Art Gallery Exhibition: “Funny Ball”

New Martin Art Gallery exhibition: “Funny Ball” Sculptor and installation artist Claire Lieberman explores the relationship between play and conflict in contemporary culture. Thursday, March 10, 2022 8:56 AM Fun Ball by Claire Lieberman. Photo by Ken Kashian, 2022. A new …

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New Central Australian gallery supports emerging artists from the region

Like many things in 2021, cultural tourism has taken a break as borders have been impacted by COVID closures. This, however, did not stop cultural production. On the contrary; it offered many artists and art centers the hope of continuing to create. A good example is the opening of the …

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Art Attack: exhibitions and gallery events in Denver this weekend

What’s in Denver’s gallery crystal ball this weekend? Lots of high quality art, including some Denver favorites and beautiful artists we haven’t seen in a while. On the urban/street art side, the babes of Babe Walls will unveil a major collective exhibition and a new exhibition is appearing at the …

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The Southeast Texas Art Museum presents its 2022 protege.

Besides being an art contest, it was a career development opportunity. BEAUMONT, Texas — The Protege Competition and Exhibit held its 36th annual art competition Tuesday night at the Museum of Art of Southeast Texas. This is a contest and exhibit featuring 12th grade performers from Southeast Texas. Besides being …

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Japan’s Reborn-Art Festival is back – here’s why it’s so special

Where should I stay? Visitors can stay at Momonoura Village, the festival’s official accommodation, designed by award-winning Tokyo architects Atelier Bow-Wow. It is located in a small fishing village on the wooded edge of Ishinomaki town and offers lovely chalet-style accommodations. Alternatively, visitors can book onsen hotels overlooking Matsushima Bay, …

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Design Patents 2021 Year in Review: Analysis and Trends: US District Courts: No Filing Slowdown | Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox LLC

Since 2010, with the exception of 2016 (with 310 new filings!), the number of cases filed each year in US district courts asserting US design patents has remained fairly stable: between 236 (in 2019) and 293 (in 2017). A range of just 57 cases separates the busiest and slowest filing …

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In Miami Beach, an off-the-beaten-path gallery district awaits

MIAMI BEACH — When Gabriel Kilongo decided to quit his job as a sales associate at Mitchell-Innes & Nash to open his own gallery in Miami’s burgeoning art scene, he chose a location considerably less predictable than a hub like the Design District or Little Haiti. Jupiter, which opened on …

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Alabama NewsCenter – Audubon Explored Through Radical Naturalism at Auburn University Art Museum : The Alabama Weather Blog

By Charlotte HendrixAuburn University The first in an emerging series, “Radical Naturalism – Tommy Coleman: A New Nature and my Problem With the Vessel,” is on view at Auburn University’s Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art through Sunday, July 26. The inaugural exhibition features new drawings and sculptures by …

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Summerlin Mansion Dedicated to Art

The art of the exhibition is masterfully orchestrated in the custom domain of Graeme Laronge and Alice Chen. Located in Indigo at The Ridges, 58 Crested Cloud Way incorporates oversized gallery hallways to showcase the couple’s artwork and collectibles. The 10,090 square foot single-story estate is listed at $12.5 million …

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How Buffalo Bill and General Philip Sheridan Saved Yellowstone National Park

On February 25, a letter published in the New York Sun reinforced the sense of crisis. The author warned of “mammoth mistakes” in Yellowstone – which celebrates its 150th anniversary this month – and urged Congress to prevent the slaughter of once-abundant buffalo (especially American bison), whose latter was now …

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Mural of History: Artists take viewers into a fascinating world of color as they create public art in multiple regions across the country

Aashti Miller decided to return home to Mumbai from the United States where she was an architect, a few months before the start of the pandemic. Greta von Richthofen was traveling abroad when the coronavirus pandemic hit the world. “I had to go back to Germany. It was a chaotic …

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What to Do in Austin in March: Brunch, Art Museum, Continental Club

The weekend has finally arrived and with temperatures well over 60 degrees on Saturday and Sunday, you’ll want to soak up all the spring weather you can get. Whether you fancy a boozy brunch, stroll through an art museum, or listen to some local tunes, you can find it here …

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The Starrett-Lehigh Building, at 90, prepares for its future

When the gargantuan Starrett-Lehigh Building was constructed in West Chelsea in 1931, it was quickly hailed as a masterpiece of industrial modernism, a triumph of both engineering and International Style architectural aesthetics. . Occupying the entire block of 26th to 27th Streets between 11th and 12th Avenues, the 19-story giant …

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RiNo 2022 Mural Program Announces New Plans and Artists

The RiNo Art District has solidified its monthly lineup for the 2022 RiNo Mural Program, and it kicks off with Women’s History Month artists who will begin creating their mural next week. Molly Bounds and Sidney Masuga will paint the Recital Wall in EDENS Alley from Tuesday March 8th to …

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The Governor speaks at the grand opening of Bottle Art Lofts

LAFAYETTE, La — Governor Edwards cut the ribbon for the new Bottle Art Lofts at Four Corners on Thursday. The project is seen as a first step in revitalizing the area and city, parish and state leaders have expressed excitement over the more than $32 million project bringing 105 new …

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Faith Ringgold’s New Museum Retrospective Plays It Safe in a Way the Artist Didn’t

Works that directly reference thangkas are included in “The Feminist Series” (1972-1973) and “Slave Rape” (1972). In “The Feminist Series,” Ringgold blurs East Asian iconography through typeface and style on thangkas to blur stories of belonging outside the Euro-American canon of artistic creation. The “Slave Rape” thangkas are disturbing with …

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Dutch and Flemish art captivates viewers at the Museum of Fine Arts

Boston Museum of Fine Arts received a generous donation from 114 17th-century Dutch and Flemish paintings on long-term loan and permanent ownership from private collectors as of 2017. Years after receiving this new collection, the MFA recently renovated a suite of seven galleries, open to the public since November 2021, …

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Contemporary Asian art rubs shoulders with old works during Asia Week in New York

Madhvi Parekh (born 1942) God of the Sea, 1971 Oil on canvas 48 x 72.2 in. (121.9 x 183.4 cm.)DAG When Asia Week New York kicks off its nine-day extravaganza of exhibitions, auctions and museum shows on March 16, nearly half of the top galleries will showcase a stunning array …

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Lauren Boebert State of the Union Outburst Joe Biden Dead Son

Lauren Boebert, who represents Colorado’s 3rd congressional district, has never made class much of her brand. Her idea of ​​nuanced political speech is to tweet a photo of herself holding a sign that reads “Let’s go Brandon!” — a term that translates to “Fuck Joe Biden.” But Boebert outdid herself …

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Inside ASU’s Illustrious Ceramics Collection

Like a lost art treasure of living generations, the Ceramic Research Center sits almost buried under an engineering building, accessible only through an entrance between Sixth and Seventh Streets in the aptly named “Brickyard”. Once inside, guests are greeted by one of the most respected ceramic collections, housed by a …

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Ken Whisson Valley | ArtsHub Australia

In 2018 Australian critic John McDonald said of Ken Whisson’s work: ‘(he) takes all the elements of everyday life and rearranges them into oblique compositions in which figures and faces are not more prominent than plants, animals and inanimate objects. What Whisson brought to Australian visual art over his 60+ …

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