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What do artists wear and why is it important?

In 2015, writer Charlie Porter was visiting an Agnes Martin retrospective at London’s Tate Modern when he stopped in front of a photograph of the artist herself. In the image, Martin stands halfway up a ladder, in front of a canvas covered in lightly faded stripes – the first step …

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Major announcement at former Camp Picton site

(Photo: Andrew Clarke / Quinte News) It was a packed house for the announcement of the renaming and reimagining of Loch Sloy Business Park and Airport in Prince Edward County. 05/20/2022 – PEC Community Partners Inc. is a group of community builders including Tercot Communities, DECO Communities, PEC Placemaking …

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Against all odds, Hong Kong’s gallery scene is booming

In the first year of the pandemic, a sweeping new security law and clashes on the streets of Hong Kong have raised concerns among art industry insiders with ties to the city, who have predicts the end of Hong Kong as an international metropolis. The restrictions that accompanied the city’s …

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TerraCRG and Compass sell neighboring residential development sites for $5.45 million in East Williamsburg

TerraCRG, Brooklyn’s leading commercial real estate brokerage firm, has completed the $2,350,000 sale of 30 Bushwick Avenue, a residential development site in East Williamsburg. Daniel Lebor, partner of TerraCRG, and Andrew Manasia, partner, exclusively represented the seller and the buyer in connection with this transaction. 30 Bushwick Avenue, the 2,081 …

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Wim Roefs, Passionate Columbia Arts Advocate, Gallery Owner and Founder, Dies | Free time

Wim Roefs, owner of Columbia’s If ART Gallery and founding member of the 701 Center for Contemporary Art, died May 12. Roefs died of a heart attack, the gallery announced in an email. “He was an honest critic, if he was on your side you couldn’t find a better advocate …

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OMA and Library Street Collective reveal plans for Detroit’s sprawling art space in a former bakery

The Library Street Collective (LSC) contemporary art gallery builds further on its vision to reanimate Detroit’s East Village neighborhood as a community-driven cultural hub for the Motor City. As announced late last week, LSC, which itself is housed in the historic LB King and Company building in downtown Detroit, has …

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Stately Historic Residence + Retractable TV Screens: VA/DC Dream Homes

VIRGINIA/DC – This week’s featured homes in Virginia and DC include a gorgeous five-bedroom mansion in McLean with serene landscaped grounds and a stately single-family home on one of Georgetown’s most desirable streets. The McLean estate allows residents to enjoy summer barbecues in a covered outdoor kitchen. A saltwater pool …

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Historic Gonzales Shopping Center Will Be Redeveloped, Could House Grocery, Owner Says | Business

The owners of a historic mall in Gonzales are tearing it down and planning to develop a new mall with a grocery store, injecting new investment into an older part of a town that has seen more business growth in recent years. LeBlanc’s Plaza, also known as Mall on Burnside …

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Float through the dreamlike worlds of Barbara Takenaga at the Robischon Gallery exhibition

When the economy is good and the art is attractive, the gallery business can be quite lucrative. Of course, there are ups and downs like any business venture, but with high prices and 50% commissions, a savvy gallery owner can reap reliable rewards over time. The way galleries repay this …

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You can see all of Houston from POST

At least a few hundred of us found ourselves in early April on a rooftop above the city. Buildings on one of Houston’s six or seven skylines seemed close enough to hit. Children lurked and searched unabashedly, climbing over everything, their parents singing aloud to the deafening, inescapable music, only …

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AD Airlines offers flight service from Brainard Airport to Martha’s Vineyard, Cape Cod and the Islands

Aquiline Drones (AD), a full-service commercial drone solutions company in downtown Hartford, has always prided itself on its advanced aviation experience. Founder and CEO Barry Alexander has spent over 25 years as an airline pilot, primarily as a captain with his final assignment flying the massive Boeing 747 around the …

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Fishers Mayor DELV Design Announces Details of New Fishers Town Hall Current Editions

A very popular public business destination, the Cité des Pêcheurs wants to make its future town hall as welcoming as possible. City officials also want it to be multifunctional and unique. DELV Design co-founder Jeremy Welu and Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness spoke in detail about the project during a Twilight …

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Explained: As India Art Fair returns, a brief history of art fairs and their importance

The India Art Fair (IAF) opening on April 28 in New Delhi after a year-long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It is the biggest event for Indian art and artists, besides the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, which, unlike the fair, is not intended for trade. This will be the 13th edition …

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Pebblebrook set to buy 5th inn in Naples for $156 million – Trade Observer

These buyers are all “inns,” but the Naples, Florida hotel deal has yet to be finalized. Pebblebrook Hotel Trust is in negotiations to acquire Inn on the 5thto 699 5th Avenue Southaccording to the buyer. The asset, which belonged to the hotel manager Phil McCabe since the early 1990s, has …

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LAXART secures permanent space in Los Angeles and joins galleries in Melrose Hill in Los Angeles

A rendering of LAXART’s new home by John Frane of HGA Architects (image courtesy of LAXART) Los Angeles-based nonprofit arts organization LAXART announced last week that it had acquired a building in East Hollywood and would move into its “permanent residence” in the fall. The new site, a brick and …

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There’s a lot of business done at biennials. This is how the art market does a delicate dance in Venice

The first rule of sales at the Venice Biennale is that we don’t talk about sales at the Venice Biennale. The sole purpose of the exhibition is “to make art accessible to people to encourage new thoughts and ways of seeing the world, rather than to sell works”, said Ralph …

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Toronto Biennale founder previews this year’s art

Oh, Italy. Reflecting on the five years she worked in Italy, in and around the art world, Patrizia Libralato pauses, painting a picture of Venice: Piazza San Marco, the Zattere at sunset. Although she spent a lot of time in the floating city, helping with shows and festivals, she technically …

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Deana Lawson’s intimate portraits invent new truths about her subjects

At MoMA PS1, the public discovers the whole evolution of Lawson’s profession, starting with the first remarkable works. Take, for example, Assembly (2010-present), which was also featured in MoMA PS1’s five-year “Greater New York” exhibition in 2010. Assembly features a collage of several hundred “personal” images – images that both …

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Galleries Commit and Art to Acres campaign leads to cloud forest conservation in Peru

In a major show of collective climate action, sustainability group Galleries Commit has announced its support for a new 200,000-acre plot of land, a permanently protected area in Peru. Called the Chuyapi-Urusayhua Regional Conservation Area, the location has been conserved with the support of matching funds from more than 40 …

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What does it mean to live in the ruins of the future? At the Mass MoCA, Marc Swanson’s answer is catastrophic beauty | theater arts

Marc Swanson describes “A Memorial to Ice at the Dead Deer Disco” as being “one-part museum diorama, one-part memorial/cemetery, one-part Busby Berkeley Ziegfeld Follies, and one-part disco”. PHOTO PROVIDED BY TONY LUONG NORTH ADAMS – In the 1830s, Thomas Cole began painting the Catskill Mountains as a way to preserve …

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Standard Real Estate Investments makes its first investment in New York

Standard Real Estate Investments, LP (Standard), a national minority-owned real estate private equity firm, today announced its first foray into the New York City real estate market with the closing of an equity investment in a mixed-use development project located at 1333 Broadway in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, NY. …

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Brazil’s SP-Arte fair will focus on the design and digital art sectors

The 18th edition of the Brazilian art fair SP-Arte opens this week at the São Paulo Biennale pavilion in Ibirapuera Park. This iteration of the fair brings together 100 art galleries, including eight international galleries, and more than 30 design galleries, a sector introduced in the last edition that provided …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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£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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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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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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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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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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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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Speculators win big betting on young artists

LONDON — Three years ago, his large paintings were selling at a little-known gallery for around $40,000 each. In 2021, one of them was resold at a Sotheby’s auction for a record $3.1 million. Another hangs in the Downing Street home of UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak. Flora Yukhnovich, 31, …

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Art Pannonia opens the Pippi Miller exhibition | Arts

Art Pannonia will host a new gallery exhibition titled “Moments in the Perpetual Wild” featuring works by digital artist Pippi Miller. A vernissage will take place on Friday March 4 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Miller graduated from Hollins University, majoring in business and art. From her first year, …

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After 14 years, America’s Black Holocaust Museum reopens in Bronzeville

A young visitor reads a welcome message from the late ABHM founder, James Cameron. Last update on February 25, 2022 at 5:29 p.m. American Black Holocaust Museum officially reopened in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Milwaukee. Huddled in a heated tent on Friday morning, community leaders, elected officials and local residents …

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Have we become institutionalized by Covid?

I don’t know about you, but pretty much everyone who can work from home is currently working from home at this company, NZME. It’s been pretty much like that since the first lockdown two years ago. Other than brief bursts of normalcy, then it’s like the parrot on the Marie …

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Banksy Exhibit kicks off 60-day stay in Harvard Square with preview event | Arts

A stream of eager visitors lined up at the Harvard Coop on the night of Feb. 16, not to buy academic merchandise, but rather to get a first look at the artist’s $35 million worth of artwork. world famous Banksy. To mark the start of its 60-day presentation, “The Art …

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Dogpatch Arts District continues to grow

It’s no secret that the city has become prohibitively expensive for emerging artists, largely due to its proximity to Silicon Valley and the tech, now biotech, boom of the past twenty years. Once bohemian neighborhoods like Fillmore, North Beach and Potrero Hill are no longer affordable. In recent years, even …

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Metamall prepares to go public and launches the first of its kind

LONDON, UK, 18 Feb. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Metamall, a blockchain-first virtual reality (VR) experience, has launched its decentralized metaverse mall. Metamall offers experience with a variety of interactive VR themes, architectures and components. Metamallers will be the name given to token holders. It will serve as the main …

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Furniture retailer RH offers mansion-like gallery in Orange, near Pinecrest

A high-end furniture retailer aims to build a huge mansion-like showroom in Orange, on a prestigious site next to the Pinecrest Mall. RH, the company formerly known as Restoration Hardware, is considering a $20 million project in the East Side village, according to documents filed with the building department. A …

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Christopher Maxwell Joins the Art Institute of Chicago as Samuel and Mr. Patricia Grober Curator of Applied Arts of Europe

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 14, 2022 CHICAGO- The Art Institute announced today that Christopher (Kit) Maxwell will assume the position of Samuel and Mr. Patricia Grober Curator, Applied Arts of Europe in February. Kit comes to the museum from the Corning Museum of Glass, where as Curator of Modern Glass …

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Nanaimo Art Gallery investigates whether current space meets community needs – Nanaimo News Bulletin

The Nanaimo Art Gallery is seeking public input as it conducts a feasibility study to determine if its current space is adequately serving the community or if an expansion or new building is needed. On February 18, the NAG is hosting an open house where members of the public can …

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What I learned during my 15 years as a gallery owner

In many ways, German-born Dominik Mersch is an unlikely gallerist. He explains: “I am an engineer. I have a doctorate in biomechanics and I created the artificial hip, I created hip prostheses. Mersch is not averse to career change. Previously, he was a management consultant for nearly a decade in …

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Rockefeller Group joint venture to develop office real estate in Denver

North River Paradigm. Image courtesy of Rockefeller Group and Jordon Perlmutter & Co. Construction is set to begin later this month on Paradigm River North, an eight-story, 200,000 square foot mixed-use office building in Denver’s River North Art District. Also known as 3400 Walnut St., the project is being developed …

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The best places to see art in San Juan

Lonely Planet has partnered with the San Juan-based Platea travel community to provide comprehensive guides, curated lists and insider tips for your next trip to Puerto Rico. Over the past decade, established and emerging artists have channeled Puerto Rico’s diverse cultural influences and tropical landscapes to change the face of …

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The city plans to limit uses to the first floor of the city center

Traverse City Planning Commissioners will discuss a proposal at their 7pm meeting tonight (Tuesday) to limit the types of uses allowed on the first floor of downtown buildings. A public hearing could follow on March 1 on the ordinance change, which aims to protect the vibrant nature of downtown by …

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Spencer Hansen returns to Skye Gallery for what may be the last exhibition on site | News

Skye Gallery has brought back interdisciplinary artist Spencer Hansen for his fourth consecutive winter solo exhibition. Open tonight and on view until April 15, this year’s exhibition with the Bali-based artist may be the last exhibition held at the Skye Gallery space on the corner of East Cooper Avenue and …

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An East London night school that built an art movement

How many of us, rushing through the capital during those strange first weeks of another strange year, noticed the “cool and frail London light” on the buildings? This quality, wrote art critic RH Wilenski in 1930, strikes every visiting French painter as unique and alluring. “Many have asked me which …

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Best New York Art Exhibits to Visit This Winter: A Guide

In the 20th century, New York established itself as the cradle of abstract expressionism and subversive pop art. Today, the city is a canvas for a new school of artists pushing the boundaries of media and holding social justice as their main message. World-renowned institutions such as MoMA, The Metropolitan …

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A structural resurrection – The Suburban Times

This former mall in Aberdeen is just one of many unused structures in Washington state. (Photo: Jackie Casella) The other day, a friend of mine on Facebook was thinking about how many empty structures there were in Washington State, specifically mentioning the empty mall in Aberdeen. She thought it might …

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Fidelis acquires the HEB shopping center in Pearland

Based in Houston Fidelis real estate partners acquired Shadow Creek Ranch, a 613,468 square foot retail center anchored to HEB at 2805 Business Center Drive in the Shadow Ranch community of Pearland. Ryan West, Chris Gerard, Barry Brown, Wendy Vandeventer and Katherine Miller of JLL represented the seller, Edens. The …

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Global Tech Industries Group, Inc. and TCG World Enter into Memorandum of Understanding to Lease and Develop Commercial Land in the Metaverse

New York, NY, Jan. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Tech Industries Group, Inc. (OTCQB: GTII) (“GTII” or the “Company”), www.gtii-us.com, a Nevada corporation, today announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with TCG World (JCC Gaming BV), a Netherlands-based company, to lease commercial virtual land as part …

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Affordable, quirky art adds vitality and visual interest to a home: shop smart with these tips

Art dealer Heidi Lawrence calls it “going the loop.” Someone walks into her Lake Oswego gallery, nods when she says hello, then slides in to look at the paintings, sculptures and art glass. A card next to each piece has the price and description. When the visitor repeats a loop, …

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Custom Home Furniture Galleries opens Leland outlet in Waterford

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to reflect the new opening date. After nearly 30 years in Wilmington, Custom Home Furniture Galleries opens a location in Leland. Kevin and John Gray opened their flagship custom furniture store in 1995, followed by smaller businesses in the Custom Home family of …

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Challenge the perception that photographs present an objective view

At the dawn of the 20th century, photography exploded in popularity on both sides of the Atlantic. With its meteoric rise came the widely held perception that photographic vision was objective vision. For many who have experimented with this new technology, the automatism of the camera left no room for …

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City of Mount Gambier welcomes new director of Riddoch Arts and Culture Center

The town of Mount Gambier has welcomed Diana Warnes as Director of the Riddoch Arts and Cultural Center. Warnes joined the Council after his most recent position as Head of Curatorial Arts House (HOTA) on the Gold Coast and has spent the past four months working as a curatorial consultant …

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APV’s transmedia department changes name to film and media arts department

The College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) has announced that its transmedia department has changed its name to the Film and Media Arts Department. The new name, which took effect on January 1, better reflects the work of faculty and students and the creative and business worlds they occupy. …

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Sprüth Magers International Gallery Comes to UES for New York’s First Outpost – Commercial Watcher

Contemporary art gallery Sprüth Mager will open its first store in New York on the second floor of 22, 80th Street East on the Upper East Side this spring. Sprüth Magers took 2,244 square feet in the building owned by the management company Kar Fifth Corp., according to Judson CRE, …

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Jack Vettriano to present previously unseen oil paintings in new exhibition of works

Unseen paintings by Jack Vettriano will be featured in an exhibition at the gallery where he sought inspiration as a young artist. The exhibition at Kirkcaldy Galleries in Fife will feature 12 oil paintings he produced in his early twenties and thirties, signed with his birth name, Jack Hoggan. The …

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Sabine Weiss Obituary | Photography

Photographer Sabine Weiss, who died at the age of 97, established her considerable reputation within the French “humanist” school of black and white photography, which aimed to capture the universal human experience through images. of daily street life. Images like that of a horse kicking his heel, strapped to a …

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The Stack’s Bowers Galleries December 2021 Hong Kong Collectors Choice auction grosses over $ 10 million

The Stack’s Bowers Galleries December 2021 Hong Kong Collectors Choice auction grosses over $ 10 million Numismatic items that were previously reserved for direct sale at major auctions are making the leap at exclusive internet events. The December 2021 Stack’s Bowers Galleries sale in Hong Kong set the record for …

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More magic! Shanghai’s shopping malls go far beyond shopping

Famous as a world-class consumer center, Shanghai is also a pioneer in innovating shopping designs and services. In today’s world, the consumer experience has turned into a pleasure-seeking journey, and malls have turned into laboratories to create happy surprises. It’s not just shops anymore, but special offers such as gigantic …

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Sacramento art icon, Wayne Thiebaud dies at 101

Californian painter Wayne Thiebaud died at the age of 101 on Saturday in his Sacramento home. SACRAMENTO, Calif .– California painter Wayne Thiebaud died at the age of 101 on Saturday in his Sacramento home. His Acquavella gallery confirmed the artist’s death with an Instagram post. “An American icon, Wayne …

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‘The leave was unnecessary,’ says Scottish Gallery Managing Director

Scotland’s arts and culture sector has been somewhat forgotten during the pandemic, as hospitality and retail increasingly struggle against ever-changing restrictions on business. However, as a study conducted in October by the Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions and the Moffat Center for Travel and Tourism Development at the University of …

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“B Together” – Boston’s New Vaccination Mandate | Small

On December 20, 2021, the City of Boston announced a new vaccination mandate, the “Temporary Order Requiring COVID-19 Vaccination for Indoor Entertainment, Recreation, Dining, and Fitness Venues. the City of Boston ”(the“ Order ”), or, as City Hall calls it,“ B Together ”. Unlike the recent New York City mandate, …

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Provincetown artists and art galleries starting the week of December 23

EDITOR’S NOTE: Due to local and national public safety advisories regarding the COVID-19 virus, please check with the sites directly for the latest information on precautions. OPENINGS AND EVENTS EXHIBITIONS Exhibition at the Berta Walker gallery: noon to 5 p.m. Friday to Sunday, Berta Walker Gallery, 208 Bradford St., Provincetown. …

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Opening of the first shopping center in the West Bund

Ti Gong The AI ​​Plaza will open on Thursday. The West Bund’s first flagship commercial project will open on Thursday to primarily serve employees of high-tech companies, residents and visitors to the famous Huangpu River waterfront. The AI ​​Plaza will involve nature, art and the latest smart apps developed by …

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LaTurbo Avedon is one step ahead of the metaverse

LaTurbo Avedon is waiting for me at the center of Orbital, a cavernous and almost empty trance nightclub. Pulsed lights illuminate their platinum hair as they roam alone under a purple globe floating on the expansive dance floor. Our date is in Second Life, so finding this space-themed nightclub involves …

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Mildura’s thriving art scene “hangs by a thread”

Mildura has long been seen as a thriving contemporary art destination, but the future of the city’s cultural scene is causing great concern with the closure of its last shopping mall. Key points: Art Vault, a gallery in Mildura, closed after 13 years One of the philanthropists who created the …

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Gary Emrich’s “Dibs” on the Dark Side of the Moon Landing at the Robischon Gallery

Gary Emrich’s “Dibs” is a monumental work by one of Colorado’s most prolific and respected artists, the culmination of eight years of hard work that concludes his three-part video series known as ” Apollo trilogy ”. The 16-minute video, currently showing at the Robischon Gallery, is a non-linear collage of …

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Archibald Award finalists Benjamin Aitken and Shannon McCulloch became suspected drug traffickers arrested for transporting sawn-off methamphetamine, a shotgun

Benjamin Aitken’s painting ‘Untitled 4’, finalist for the Sulman Prize 2020.Credit: During their search, police reportedly found more than 90 grams of what they believed to be MDMA, but tests later showed it to be methamphetamine, the Melbourne Magistrates Court said this week. Officers also discovered a stolen shotgun, ammunition, …

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Newsroom – Connecting Customers in the Middle East and Beyond, American Airlines Announces Service to Doha, Qatar

FORT WORTH, TX – Customers looking for unique travel experiences will have a new destination and many favorites to choose from as American Airlines announces its 2022 summer schedule. Seasonal connections to Europe will also return for summer 2022 trips American will launch service from JFK in New York to …

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Hasselblad Masters 2021 competition winners

Hasselblad has announced the names of the 12 winners of its Hasselblad Masters 2021 photography competition, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary as a competition this year. This is without a doubt one of a camera maker’s most distinguished contests for (mostly) professional photographers. In fact, a list of some …

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Authors, art, soup, Tom Rush, stars

If you’re looking for entertainment that isn’t just limited to Christmas, there are still plenty of events to be a part of this week. Go to a folk concert, an art exhibition, a movie. Or listen to the authors discuss their books on cooking, history and personal travel. You can …

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International trade, market structure, distribution, competitive analysis

DUBLIN, December 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “market for lighting fixtures in United States (15th edition) “report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The lighting market in United States offers a comprehensive picture of the United States Lighting Fixture industry, providing 2015-2020 data and trend and forecast to …

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Book extract | The ups and downs of art fairs

Amid all the sparkle and glitter at Art Basel in Miami Beach this week, it can be easy to forget that just a few months ago, many wondered if the Covid pandemic had dealt a fatal blow to the world. whole art fair model. During the year of forced hibernation, …

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Apalachicola offers history, beaches and all the oysters you can eat

If you love Florida history, you must visit Apalachicola. Every place in Florida is rich in history, but in Apalach (as its residents affectionately call it) the past doesn’t have to be imagined; it is visible. Located at the mouth of the Apalachicola River and Apalachicola Bay in the Gulf …

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David Zwirner’s new 52 Walker outpost gives us a new way to experience an art gallery, but only if you’re willing to devote the time to it.

52 Walker, a new David Zwirner outpost led by Ebony L. Haynes dealer and curator, tries to get away from the fast pace of shopping malls. Like Haynes told this post in June, she wants to “change the model and slow things down”. The problem with the art scene, however, …

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East Link from the Air, Part 2: Get an Overview of Station Construction in Redmond :: NPI’s Cascadia Advocate

In 2023, less than two years after the completion and opening of the Northgate Link extension, Sound Transit will inaugurate service to ten new stations serving Mercer Island, Bellevue and Redmond. The addition of these new stations will be the largest expansion in system history, eclipsing the number of stations …

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Artist fights to demolish illegal studio in field

An artist is appealing an order to illegally demolish the studio he built in the countryside. Clive Hemsley, of Hart Street, Henley, says the three-story building on his land near Rotherfield Grays is not much larger than the one he had previously proposed, which was approved by the South Oxfordshire …

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Symbiosis with nature a green district in Bangkok

We all know the auction houses for large real estate projects, where potential buyers can view models of new architectures and get all the information they need to make a purchase. These architectures often have a function that is not just commercial in nature, as they are usually designed from …

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Herzog & de Meuron unveil design for new Memphis Brooks art museum

Herzog & de Meuron unveil design for new Memphis Brooks art museum © Herzog & de Meuron To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/971440/herzog-and-de-meuron-unveils-design-of-memphis-brooks-art-museum Herzog & de Meuron unveiled the design of the new Memphis Brooks Museum of Art overlooking the Mississippi River. The 10,500m² Memphis-based …

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The lost women of modern Turkish art

Many of their works are undated. Some of their birth and death years, or even their full names, have not been recorded. Few are remembered outside of their own families. They are, as curator Deniz Artun puts it, artists “that cannot be read in history books”. Despite her own experience …

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Conseil des Arts opens a new exhibition | Characteristics

The Moore County Arts Council and sponsors Lydia and Doug Gill, the Judson Theater Company and Missy and Frank Quis announce the Campbell House Galleries’ November exhibit, “Brush and Chisel: Equine and More”. The exhibition brings together three innovative artists: Martha Dodd, Morgen Kilbourn and Meridith Martens. A vernissage with …

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Vladimir Tretchikoff – The People’s Painter

“Most people have never seen the artist’s works except in print. Therefore, Strauss & Co is delighted to have five paintings under the hammer in our upcoming three-day live virtual sale (November 7-9, 2021), ”said Susie Goodman, Executive Director of Strauss & Co. The five lots feature some of Tretchikoff’s …

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Martin Margiela is back – The New York Times

More than 13 years after leaving fashion, Martin Margiela, the elusive and highly influential Belgian designer who changed the way we dress in the ’90s is back. But not as part of a wave of nostalgic tendency. As an artist. On October 20, Mr. Margiela’s first untitled personal exhibition opens …

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Saturday 16 October 2021 – La Minute Monocle

1.There are stories in the UK newspapers of shortages in everything from fresh vegetables to butchers (but before you think that’s good news for Miss Piggy, it isn’t: they will be slaughtered and disposed of, if no sharp man or woman is found). Yet, over breakfast at the Fischer restaurant …

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A 19th century building gets a facelift

Rusty Rae / News-Register ## Neil Livermore, a contractor for the renovation project, stands in front of the historic Bridge Street building in downtown Sheridan. The building, which dates from the late 1800s, will house shops on the ground floor and apartments on the second floor. A project in downtown …

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