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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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UK museums face long-term effects of Covid

LONDON – The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has one of Britain’s most eccentric collections of treasures. In a room in the Museum of Decorative and Applied Arts is the Great Bed of Ware, a 10-foot-wide four-poster bed that was such a popular tourist attraction in 16th-century England that …

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How women made their place in abstract sculpture

A graduate student in sculpture in the 1970s, Maren Hassinger had little affinity for the traditional fibers used in weaving. “I didn’t like weaving with flexible materials,” Ms. Hassinger said in a phone interview from New York. “One day, in a dump, I found a wire rope and it changed …

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New exhibition explores the history of lace

The term “lace” today might conjure up images of extravagant wedding dresses, intricate lingerie, or perhaps doilies and table runners that adorned our grandmother’s table: soft, decorative and perhaps a touch. little kitsch. But when the mesh fabric first appeared in the 16th century, explains Kaat Debo, director of the …

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New director takes over at Oxmarket gallery in Chichester

Andrew Churchill in front of the Newlands Corner 2021 painting which represents his family Oxmarket President Sophie Hull said: “He is an experienced arts professional with exceptional experience in the gallery and museum industry and joined on September 6th. “Andrew brings exactly the skills and experience Oxmarket needs as it …

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The company of … Art | Profiles

Ryan James by Ryan James Beaux-Arts. Photo by Stéphanie Passatino. The Eastside is home to some six for-profit commercial art galleries, as well as non-profit arts organizations, such as the Kirkland Arts Center and the Bellevue Arts Museum. It is obvious that while a lot of the industry changes over …

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Dystopia, BLM themes emerge at the Art Basel fair

Published on: 09/25/2021 – 11:18Amended: 09/25/2021 – 11:16 Basel (Switzerland) (AFP) Dystopia and Black Lives Matter are in the spotlight at Art Basel, the world’s largest contemporary art fair, which opens to the public this weekend. The giant annual fair in the Swiss city of Basel is above all a …

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Average height in solid wood “elegant and minimal” proposed for the junction triangle

As tenants and occupants demand more durable and durable structures, solid wood construction is becoming increasingly popular. Understanding this need, Gairloch Developments proposes to construct a mostly timber mixed-use residential building with a Japanese influence in the Junction Triangle neighborhood of Toronto. Last month, Gairloch submitted site plan approval to …

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Capital Square Launches CSRA Opportunity Zone Fund VI to Develop Luxury, Multi-Family and Commercial Properties in Raleigh, NC

RICHMOND, Virginia., September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Capital Square, a leading sponsor of tax-efficient real estate investing, today announced the launch of CSRA Opportunity Zone Fund VI, LLC. Project-specific Opportunity Zone Fund is raising capital to develop 320 West South Street, a 297-unit luxury multi-family community with ground-level …

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Kingston art scene: up to the occasion

Content of the article The various lockdowns we have experienced during the COVID pandemic have changed many plans for most of us, and they have been difficult for various businesses as well. There are the more obvious ones like those in the retail and food service industries, but also the …

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Four architectural firms selected to design Melbourne’s new NGV Contemporary

Four major architectural and multidisciplinary design teams have been shortlisted to take the next step of the NGV Contemporary Design Competition, bringing the project – “Australia’s largest cultural infrastructure project ever” – one step closer to construction. The Victorian government announced today that John Wardle Architects, Field, Angelo Candalepas and …

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Saturday Calendar | Local News

Smoky Sundays, 7 p.m. at Ronin, 800 N. Market St. in downtown Bryan. Karissa presley, 8 p.m. at 4 Star Concert Hall, 209 S. Market St. in Brenham. To free. Gary Durrenberger Group, 6 p.m. at Brazos Valley Brewing Co., 206 S. Jackson St. in Brenham. To free. Randy C. …

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Arts calendar: August 25-Sept. 4

The history of art “Passing the Time: Artwork by WWII German Prisoners of War in Aroostook County,” is on display at the Maine Historical Society, 489 Congress St., Portland, until December 31. Here, German prisoner of war Franz Bacher painted this scene from Mont Saint-Michel, an island town in Normandy, …

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Monthly Galleries Walk Begins Tonight

Gallery Walk, which takes place the first Friday of each month, begins tonight in downtown Hot Springs. Gallery Walk features the opening of new art exhibits in downtown art galleries and studios from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. “We know that community cases of COVID-19 are on the increase and …

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The disappearance of Dollhaus II?

1/3 Emma Louise wears one of her pink mannequins inside her art gallery, Dollhaus II, on Cottage Street. Photos by Daniel Israël. 2/3 The models were installed by a representative of Bergdorf Goodman, according to gallery owner Emma Louise. 3/3 Mannequins are a common sight inside and outside the Dollhaus …

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3 art gallery exhibitions to see right now

Corita Kent Until August 13. Andrew Kreps, 22 Cortlandt Alley, Manhattan; (212) 741-8849, andrewkreps.com. Corita Kent, also known as Sister Mary Corita, was quite famous for a nun. She headlined a 1967 Newsweek article on the State of the American Convent, and she worked on major commercial advertising campaigns to …

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Arts + Entertainment – Fort Bragg Advocate-News

Flores de Verano Flamenco en Vivo at the Caspar Community Center Seattle-based flamenco dancer Savannah Fuentes brings her latest work, Flores de Verano Flamenco en Vivo, to the Caspar Community Center, 15051 Caspar Road, on Sunday, July 11 at 8 p.m. ET. After a year of confinement and self-reflection, Savannah …

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Newcastle Museum wins major national award

The Newcastle Museum became the first local government-run museum to be named the grand winner of the National Museums and Galleries Awards. In a huge blow to the regional museum, the Newcastle Museum was named the most impressive entry among 42 finalists in 16 categories for its 1X4 social history …

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Daniel Borg’s midlife crisis

Although Daniel Borg is a newcomer to the visual arts scene, he is no newbie to the local music scene, having been a member of Maltese bands such as Skimmed, The Velts, Fastidju and Superlove. Also coming from a design background, he believes his move to art was a reaction …

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Your Tuesday: Opus Musivum

“Now is the winter of our discontent; made a glorious disappointment with the lockdown speech, ”as the bard would say today. As we gather indoors, in various states, surrounded by failed quarantine plans and vaccine (st) deployment, we need a positive plan to lift our spirits. So, I have a …

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When Harry Met Adventurer Kathy Ford

Harry d butler Local woman has the chance to swim with manatees For some people, going on vacation means going to the beach or Gatlinburg or camping in a tent in someone’s pasture. But for others, the extraordinary adventures are “to do”. Take Kathy Ford and her husband, Mike, of …

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Artist Lin Fei Fei – Sacramento Magazine

As an artist, she paints as a way to understand humanity and the complexities that haunt us all as individuals across cultures. Through dark charcoal shades and strokes of soft white, the shapes of distorted faces and human skulls slowly emerge from over 100 canvases dedicated to the visual concept …

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