Contemporary galleries

In Georgia, a 76-year-old woman becomes an artistic sensation

TSKALTUBO, Georgia — It was the year her husband died that Elene Chantladze stopped painting on stones and started painting on paper. She had just turned 50, and in her village of Tskaltubo in western Georgia, collecting stones – an object associated with death in Georgia – after her husband’s …

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Discover Manet & Eva Gonzals

Discover Manet & Eva Gonzals at the National Gallery this autumn is the first British exhibition designed around the portrait of Eva Gonzals (1870) by douard Manet. The painting, acquired by Hugh Lane, was at the beginning of the 20th century considered the most famous modern French painting …

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Portuguese Diamond Cut Stones + Private Climbing Wall: VA Wow Houses

VIRGINIA — Homes for sale this week in Virginia include a McLean house built from diamond-cut stone imported from Portugal and a Viennese house with a climbing wall and pickleball court. The McLean House offers several other luxury features like Italian and Greek marble. The property has Schonbek crystal chandeliers …

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Andy Warhol, Paris & Fashion, New exhibition

Andy Warhol, Self-Portrait in Fright Wig, 1986, Polaroid, 4 1/4 × 3 3/8 inches (10.8 × 8.6 cm) © 2022 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Licensed by ADAGP, Paris, 2022. Photo: Ed Mumford An exhibition of Andy Warhol photographs from the 1970s to the mid-1980s will open …

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Things to do for all of you | Arts & Entertainment News

With over 30 New Jersey farmers and small food vendors, the Farmer’s Market is stocked with the region’s freshest seasonal fruits and vegetables, freshly roasted coffee, cheeses, seafood, spices, soaps, jelly, cut flowers, container gardens and more. Located at 9700 Amherst Avenue, Margate. Margate Community Farmers Market on Facebook. Wildwood …

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Official opening of the 25th SALA Festival

Celebrating its 25th year, the 2022 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) festival officially opened last night and will take place from August 1-31 in Adelaide and the South Australia region. SALA continues to be the largest open access visual arts festival in the world and this year has 648 events …

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Majors Creek artist invited to exhibit in the United States

One of the new pieces created by Zoe Brand for her exhibition at Sienna Patti in the United States. It’s an etched acrylic piece, designed to make everyone feel their best. Photo: Zoe brand. Most artists dream of having their work exhibited in a major American gallery and few are …

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Barking at a Knot: Trying the Impossible, Yee-Haw!

There are few subjects in American history that can fire the imagination as much as the mystery, adventure, and mythology associated with the American frontier. A romanticized and often misunderstood period of United States history, the Old West used a perfect vernacular for the dusty and gritty lifestyles of the …

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Dig deeper: painter Ginnie Cappaert focuses on texture, color and exploration

“Wanderlust” is an atypically dark painting, with Cappaert’s characteristic bright colors appearing only slightly on top. “It’s different for me in the color palette,” she said of this piece, which she painted from memory. “Once in a while, there’s something moody or mysterious in my memory.” Ginnie Cappaert’s work – …

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Grounds For Sculpture Announces Four New Board Members

Today Grounds For Sculpture announced that four new members have been elected to its Board of Directors. Michelle J. Bajwa, Cataldo Doria and Umesh Gaur joined the board in December 2021, and Nick Pahade in June 2022. In addition, longtime administrator Penelope Lattimer assumed the position of vice chair. The …

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One United Properties launches sales for One Lake Club Phase II

One United Properties, the leading green investor and developer of residential, mixed-use and office real estate, announces the launch of sales for the second phase of the One Lake Club development, located on the shores of Lake Tei, scheduled for delivery in 2024. Designed as a residential club, One Lake …

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#hello_monaco weekend: what to do on July 16 and 17

This weekend in Monaco can offer you various forms of art: from painting and sculpture to dance and music. And here are some suggestions for you. @www.monaco-artweek.com Monaco Art Week returns this week and will offer a new artistic journey in the Principality. The event is part of a dense …

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Explore New Orleans Square, the mall’s unexpected cultural hotspot

The mall is not a mall. It’s also not a mall, although in a 2016 Vice article, writer Steve Friess dubbed it “The Weirdest, Weirdest Mall in Vegas”. We can’t call it that for the simple reason that this nearly 60-year-old cluster of malls—configured, in an almost perfect square, around …

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How to Take the Ultimate Vacation in Louisville, Kentucky

Take A Break is your ultimate guide to the perfect journeys to recharge, rediscover yourself and your relationships, and reengage with the world. We’ll cover shopping stops, great bars, restaurants worth your money, photo ops, memorable rides and experiences, and other important details you need before you book. Below, we …

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All signs point to no, by Travis Lampe. Corey Helford Gallery

Downtown Los Angeles Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) is proud to announce his next major solo exhibition All signs point to nofeaturing new work from a Chicago-based artist, illustrator, and toymaker Travis Lamp. put in first August 6e in Gallery 3the show will be visible through September 10e. The upside-down world …

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ADB+ Bordeaux – ADF Magazine

Bordeaux + Art + Design, better known as BAD+ opens its doors today and will continue until Sunday July 10, 2022. With more than 50 exhibitors. BAD+ 2022 will bring a breath of fresh air to the art market, as we will provide a new international stage for talented and …

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Idea Exchange welcomes new director of Cambridge Art Galleries

The Idea Exchange is ready to welcome Alix Voz as the new Director/Curator of Cambridge Art Galleries. Alix will take office on Wednesday, said a statement from the city. “We are delighted to have Alix join us in Cambridge,” Idea Exchange CEO Helen Kelly said in a press release. “His …

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Art Basel and “Trial by Death” – KyivPost

Art Basel’s Ukrainian platform has mastered the public space. Here, contemporary art does not exist isolated from reality. He encourages those who are immersed in his works to think critically about the world as we see it. Art Basel – an international non-profit art fair – takes place annually in …

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The High Museum will spotlight Iranian artist Monir Farmanfarmaian in his first posthumous exhibition in the United States

Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian (1922-2019) was one of Iran’s most famous and revered visual artists, known internationally for her mirrored geometric sculptures which combined the mathematical order and beauty of ancient Persian architectural motifs with the forms and patterns of post-war abstraction. . The High Museum of Art will present the …

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Modern art and the esteem machine

The elimination of the modern art tariff made it much easier for American galleries to exhibit and sell contemporary European painting. Most of the works in Stieglitz’s Picasso exhibit at 291, for example, were drawings, as they were valued at a lower value than the paintings. It was too expensive …

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Your weekly event planner in the Chattanooga area (including Riverfront Nights, Riverdance, Red, White & Blueberries)

Here’s what’s happening in the Chattanooga area this week. TO DO ON SUNDAY Embrace aging. A program that offers the latest health, legal and financial strategies for aging is scheduled for Tuesday at The Westin Hotel, 801 Pine St. The annual Embrace Aging forum is meant to provide insight as …

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30th Annual Indian Market and Festival from the Eiteljorg Museum in person

This weekend, the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art will celebrate its 30th annual Indian market and festival in person for the first time since the pandemic began. Brought to you by Indiana Corn Marketing Council and the Indiana Soybean Alliance, the festival is expected to include live …

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TRIP TUESDAY: 10 Georgian museums to visit | Slideshows

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Galloire and MidChains in cryptocurrency deal for global art sales

Galloire is located on London Street, City Walk, Dubai. Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer Galloire, the innovative contemporary gallery located at London Street, City Walk, Dubai, has signed a historic agreement with Abu Dhabi’s MidChains, to become the first major gallery in the Middle East region to accept cryptocurrency for the …

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The Turner Prize will be hosted by Towner Eastbourne in 2023

Those who have visited Towner Eastbourne will know that the gallery is a perfect fit for the Turner Prize. Having won the Art Fund Museum of the Year in 2020, it is well known for its collection of modern and contemporary British art, not to mention its award-winning modernist gallery. …

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Comment: “A train accident”: the new art exhibition of the CSULB does a disservice to the students

I went to Cal State Long Beach the other day and saw an exhibit of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld’s paintings and drawings from the past 30 years, which are on display inside the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld gallery in the new contemporary art gallery Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld. Museum. If you think this …

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A radical collective takes control of one of the largest art exhibitions in the world

I undertook several days of nongkrong in Gudskul, arriving in the calm of mid-morning to sit under the breadfruit trees with anyone willing to chat. When the collectives bought the property, it had an indoor soccer field, so ruangrupa kept the high roof intact and built two floors of cabins …

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Miranda Lash, Former NOMA Curator, Appointed Artistic Director of Prospect.6 | Events

The Prospect New Orleans International Contemporary Art Triennial has named Miranda Lash artistic director of Prospect.6, which will open in 2024. Lash was previously curator of contemporary art at the New Orleans Museum of Art and was an influence on the local art scene as contemporary art flourished in the …

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Remote Summer Series: On The Table – Announcements

This summer, the MIT List Visual Arts Center presents a series of distance programs with six artist-designed menus that cater to what’s “on the table” when it comes to sharing a meal today. Participating artists include Lexie Smith, Seitu Ken Jones, Jon Rubin & Habibullah Sorosh, Lexa Walsh, Asunción Molinos …

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Galleries and exhibitions: a Will Maclean retrospective, posters and beauty on Bute

June 4-18. Free. Platform, 1000 Westerhouse Road, Glasgow, G34 9JW. In May 2020, as the country tried to navigate lockdown restrictions and what it meant, Platform sent out a newsletter to local community members asking them to respond. As the lockdown continued, the project grew and by the end over …

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Your guide to the June Art Walk

It’s the first Friday again in downtown Phoenix and several galleries are open with new exhibits beginning June 3. Roosevelt Row will feature its usual First Friday party with more than 70 art vendors, live music and food carts from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. along Second, Fourth and Fifth …

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Extended summer hours and new exhibitions – Announcements

Extended summer hours and new exhibitionsFrom May 30 to September 5, 2022 Perez Miami Art Museum 1103 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Florida 33132UNITED STATES Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is pleased to announce that from May 30 to September 5, the museum will be open on Mondays from 11 a.m.–6 p.m.. …

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Footprints of the Patriarchy – richmondmagazine.com

Some works of art hang from the ceiling of VCU’s Institute of Contemporary Art, interrupting the viewer’s field of vision. Others are mounted on the walls, overlooking passers-by. All plays openly tell a story full of gender-based violence and patriarchal oppression. “Aquí Me Quedo / Here I Stayfeatures the work …

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City Life Org – The Metropolitan Museum of Art announces upcoming exhibitions

The Metropolitan Museum of Art David H. Koch Plaza © The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Highlights include a major presentation on the history of the kimono, a Bernd and Hilla Becher retrospective, a new Hew Locke commission for the Met facade and a radical new take on Cubism The Metropolitan …

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Where to See Art Gallery Exhibits in the Washington, DC Area

Placeholder while loading article actions Laurel Nakadate’s last name is Japanese, but the photographer and filmmaker has few ties to Japan among her known relatives. Undertaking a project based on her own DNA, Nakadate discovered that only three of the approximately 1,500 genetic connections she was able to locate were …

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The gallery owner who took a ceramics course – and joined the sculpture club

In an old button factory just north of Old London Street, Nicola Tassie is building a wall. “It will be a dry stone wall of glazed pots,” she says from her spacious, bright studio, located at the top of three messy flights of stairs inside the Standpoint artist studio complex. …

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Intimate museum advances Senegal’s cultural sphere – SURFACE

Nicholas Fox Weber, director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, has long been committed to leveraging the late duo’s design principles to improve living conditions in rural Senegalese communities. When Le Korsa was launched in 2005, the association opened a cultural center called THREAD for the inhabitants of the …

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At the Marfa Invitational, a small art fair for a big world

Look, no everything is bigger in Texas. Marfa, for example, may loom large in the collective imagination – thanks to the efforts of artists like minimalist titan Donald Judd, and more recently independent filmmaker Jill Soloway – but as a city it remains charming and compact, with a population of …

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Culture in the capital: the best museums and galleries to explore in Wellington

When you think of Wellington, arts and culture are at the forefront of any experience. Whether it’s the lost nightlife of the 80s, musical talent emerging from local bars or some of the country’s most renowned artists, there are good reasons why Wellington has been dubbed ‘the little capital’. world’s …

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Woolwich curator’s new destination gallery moves away from ‘lighthouses and landscapes’

Sarah Bouchard in her art gallery in Woolwich. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer WOOLWICH — Sarah Bouchard’s new art gallery, located a few miles off Highway 1 in the woods of this Midcoast community, isn’t likely to be busy, if at all, by car or on foot. Those interested in the work …

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Entrepreneur Shanyan Koder talks buying what she loves and living through art

“I grew up breathing art,” said Shanyan Koder. She is the eldest daughter of entrepreneur Canning Fok, dubbed Hong Kong’s “employee king”, who is both an art collector and a concert pianist. “We always shared a passion for the arts,” Koder recalls, “whether it was fine art, theater, opera, dance, …

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Detroit Institute of Arts Appoints Juana Williams Associate Curator of African American Art

THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS (DIA) welcomes a new curator this week, naming Juana Williams Associate Curator of African American Art. An independent curator based in Detroit, she most recently served as director of exhibitions at the Library Street Collective and was an adjunct faculty member in art history at …

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Your Australian Art Guide for May 2022

Wondering what’s on the art menu in May? The good news is that we’ve done the heavy lifting for you and put together a non-exhaustive list of exhibitions that take over our favorite galleries. So what’s on the art menu in May? There’s the Sydney Biennale, the Brisbane Street Art …

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Vermont Visual Arts | Vermont Arts

Canfield Gallery: George Van Hook, through May 4, one of the region’s leading outdoor artists and watercolourists, Martha Canfield Library, 528 E. Arlington Road, Arlington, 802-375-6153, www.facebook. com/TheCanfieldGallery Aldrich Library: Barre Paletteers, through May 26, “Out of the Shadows of the Pandemic,” 35 member paintings, Milne Room, 16 Washington St., …

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This Is The Fabulous Tuscan Beach Town You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

While most visitors to Tuscany tend to head straight for Florence, Pisa and the Chianti wine region, there is more to discover in what is arguably Italy’s most beloved region. Like the beautiful seaside town of Viareggio. Aerial panoramic view of Viareggio coastline, Versilia, Tuscany, Italy. Getty Tuscany and Versilia …

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What is great art? – News anyway

Post views: 66 While reading about art, you’ve probably come across the term “high art” and wondered what it means and if it’s still relevant today. The higher and lower arts are a somewhat dated idea from a time when art was exclusive to the upper classes. The main idea …

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How the art world is on a mission to help the environment | Life

The Galleries Commit collective and the Art into Acres Association created the Chuyapi-Urusayhua Regional Conservation Area to safeguard more than 80,000 hectares of Peruvian rainforest. — Omri D. Cohen/Unsplash photo via ETX Studio LIMA, April 19 — The art world has often been criticized for not being sufficiently involved in …

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Can you rob street art? Yes you can, and right now there’s a massive global crime wave going on + Other stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Friday, April 8. NEED TO READ Hew Locke Works will adorn the Met – The British Guyanese artist will create four sculptures to …

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9 things to do in Palm Springs on your next visit

Even though Palm Springs has been a popular desert destination for Hollywood stars since the 1930s, it’s still a favorite retreat for Californians looking to escape the stresses, smog and traffic of Los Angeles or the cool fog of San Francisco. A culture of arts and wellness, inclusive of LGBT …

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Brock students to benefit from partnership with St. Catharines Art Gallery – The Brock Press

Brock’s Visual Arts Department, located on the Marilyn I. Walker Campus, has formed a partnership with 13th Street Winery and Gallery in St. Catharines. Brock arts students will now have access to new scholarship options through this long-planned collaboration. The first exhibition to stem from the newly formed partnership is …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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The Cleveland Museum of Art studies America’s racial history through powerful works by modern and contemporary black artists

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Museum of Art, once a bastion of contemporary art conservatism, is bravely engaging the rising culture wars over America’s race history in the best possible way, exhibiting works powerful black artists rooted in this history. The museum’s new exhibit, “Currents and Constellations: Black Art in …

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Arts Things to Do in Houston in March

We’re getting ready to go out and do our rounds during rodeo season. The month of March is filled with a multitude of exciting artistic and cultural events. Reminiscing about our favorite Pixar movies on a date while playing putt golf in Discovery Green seems like a …

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“Angela Davis – Seize the Time” is on display at Rutgers’s Zimmerli Art Museum

Document the image, influence and activism of Angela Davis with some 220 objects, Angela Davis – Seize the Time not only examines her arrest, incarceration, trial, and national and international campaigns for her release, but also positions her as a permanent touchstone for contemporary artists. Inspired by and centered on …

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New exhibition explores invisible data, from facial algorithms to satellite tracking like a homecoming

Review: Invisibility, MOD Museum, Adelaide Misinformation, algorithms, big data, care work, climate change, cultural knowledge: they can all be invisible. In her New York Times bestseller Weapons of Math Destruction (2016), subtitled “How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy,” mathematician and data scientist Cathy O’Neil unpacks the elusive algorithms …

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Europe in Istanbul: Like a flâneur in Pera

When Hemingway arrived in Istanbul in the Roaring Twenties, he hadn’t planned to party, not exactly, but to cover the movement of people between Greece and Turkey. It was 1922 and a dreaded political measure was to land on the international conference tables in Lausanne, Switzerland, when in January 1923 …

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The Best Events of the Weekend in San Diego: February 17-20

Thursday February 17 A film from “The Dinner,” which is available to stream online as part of the 2022 San Diego International Jewish Film Festival. (Courtesy picture) San Diego International Jewish Film Festival: Catch the final four days of the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival, which ends on Sunday. …

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Asia Week returns to New York after an 18-month hiatus

A decorated blue and white and iron red bowl will be offered at Bonhams with an estimate between $10,000 and $15,000. Courtesy of Bonhams Text size Asia Week New York will resume in March after an 18-month hiatus due to the pandemic. Participating galleries and auction houses will host a …

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Wytheville Teen Gallery Becomes Community Arts Hub | Local News

Su Clauson-Wicker special for the Roanoke Times WYTHEVILLE — When Lily Formato returned to town after graduating from high school in 2018, she didn’t know what she wanted to do — something artistic — but she felt she should save some money. silver. The 18-year-old waitress at Cracker Barrel and …

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The Scorched-Earth Gallery trial everyone in the art world is watching

In October 2020, Chelsea’s trusty Gladstone Gallery had just reopened after COVID lockdowns shut down much of New York’s art world six months prior. These would be his first shows since merging with Gavin Brown’s Enterprise to create one of New York’s most vital and diverse artist rosters. An ambitious …

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Mexico City’s flagship arts week returns with Zona Maco and others energizing the Mexican capital

Although Mexico’s reputation has been tarnished for decades by Hollywoodamerican mediaconservative politicians and others, its capital boasts as much beauty and opulence as any American or European counterpart, and the energy of Mexico City’s art scene is never more apparent than in the first half of February. Typically, three major …

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Popular Colorado Springs artist, art teacher honored with new retrospective | Culture & Leisure

Raphael Sassi made portraits that lived and breathed. The Colorado Springs artist and folk art teacher was revered as a skilled draftsman, someone capable of detailed drawings. A stroll through the “Raphael Sassi: A Retrospective” exhibition will put you nose to nose and cheekbone to cheekbone with people you swear …

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YoloArts exhibition features art created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic – Daily Democrat

YoloArts and Gallery 625 presented an art gallery titled “Stuck Together and Torn: Process and Burning in the Pandemic” on Friday to coincide with Woodland’s First Friday festivities. “This exhibition showcases an exciting range of artwork and themes from artists who are exploring new processes during the pandemic, which for …

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‘Art was her life’ – Holter exhibition features the work of artist Sara Joyce | Local

Marga Lincoln for Independent Records Meet “Miss Wren” in her chasuble and turquoise bonnet, ‘Lothar the Protector’, a flexible half-body sculpture in black fabric, and ‘Saint Veronica’, which emerges from the canvas in cheerful pinks and purples. These are just a few of the dream characters in a new exhibit, …

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Your Concise Art Guide to Los Angeles for February 2022

A number of talented Los Angeles artists are holding major solo shows this month, including contemporary artists EJ Hill and Ulysses Jenkins, and key figures in the Chicano art movement, Carlos Almaraz and Richard Duardo. If you like art fairs, February hosts three of them, and don’t miss the Getty’s …

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Double Exposure: Alberta Photography Festival Expands in 2022

Breadcrumb Links local arts Publication date : January 28, 2022 • 12 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation From the parable of the boy and the barren olive tree by Joel Matthew Warkentin, Exposure is the emerging photographer of the year. .jpg Reviews and recommendations are …

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Opioid Spoon Project Fundraising Events

BOSTON (PRWEB) January 18, 2022 Artist and social activist Domenic Esposito, who has just launched a successful solo exhibition Vox Clamantis at Boston’s Piano Craft Gallery, which will run from January 7-30, 2022, will also host a series of related events this month. with his art and activism and the …

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What to do this week, MLK Day events at City Theatre’s The Medium

What’s happening this week in Pittsburgh, January 17-23? Find out here. Be sure to pack your mask and visit each organization’s website and social media for Covid safety protocols. Do you know of a cool event? Email us. Monday, January 17: Park Champion Cleanup with Pittsburgh Parks ConservancyVarious timesCombine conservation …

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The Eiteljorg Museum will show Native American art in a new way

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The renovated Native American galleries at the Eiteljorg Museum will feature works spanning more than 170 years when they reopen in June. But visitors will not start at the beginning, middle or even end of this period. Instead, they will be greeted by works of art with …

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Prospect New Orleans: Carpetbagging the Crescent City

When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, it killed more than 1,800 people and wreaked havoc to the tune of $ 155 billion. The storm has also ripped the scabs from America’s historic wounds to expose dire inequalities. Since then, the infamous Louisiana Superdome – where up to 30,000 …

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The worlds of art and antiques experienced an exceptional period of 12 months

Will 2022 be as good? This is the burning question at the dawn of an uncertain new year when at least the economic forecasts are favorable. Despite Covid, the world of art, antiques and collectibles had an exceptional 2021 at home and abroad. With 7.3 billion dollars (6.44 billion euros) …

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Coral Springs Museum features works by Puerto Rican artist Luis Garcia-Nerey • Coral Springs Talk

By Sharon Aron Baron The Coral Springs Museum of Art presents the works of Puerto Rican artist Luis Garcia-Nerey in his new installation “Shifting Lines”. Now based in Miami, Garcia-Nerey brings together a comprehensive series of abstract paintings. Much of his three-dimensional work consists of constructed environments that often vividly …

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Musicians, artists and filmmakers lead the way in Nigeria

Nigeria has been the cultural powerhouse of West Africa for decades, but now its creators have started to gain attention on the world stage. Each fall, artists across the country reach a new audience with the five-year-old Art X Lagos Fair and exhibitions abroad, while artists such as Wizkid and …

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Here are the art galleries and exhibits to see in Savannah this week.

Betsy Cain, the nature of not knowing: January 7-March 19, reception 6 pm-9pm January 14; Laney Contemporary Fine Art, 1810 Mills B Lane Blvd .; 912-438-4442, [email protected], laneycontemporary.com. Personal exhibition by Savannah artist Betsy Cain. A new way to explore new forms and ideas, a mapping of possibilities. Cain’s lines …

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Five things to do indoors this New Years weekend: from must-read books to home horticulture, fill your interior Hogmanay – Arts

Last week, we recommended five things you could do in the streets and urban wilderness of our culture-ravaged surroundings. Now here is the mirror twin of that listicle: five diversions from the doldrums of waiting for 2021 to screw up the calendar; five local wonders that can be enjoyed inside …

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The Diriyah Contemporary Art Biennale offers a range of activities

JAX district locations. Muhammad Yusuf, Feature Writer The Diriyah Biennale Foundation (DBF) announced its ongoing activities as part of the public program of the first Diriyah Contemporary Art Biennale (DCAB, December 11 to March 11, 2022). Open to the public, the festival takes place in the JAX district of Diriyah, …

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Artists honor Windermere with coins after receiving Keir Starmer award

The WINDERMERE Fine Art Gallery has unveiled a new year-end exhibition, showcasing works by some of the UK’s best artists. These include the latest winners of the highly acclaimed annual exhibition of the prestigious Royal Institute of Oil Painters, one of the highest honors in British art. Among the celebrities …

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Front Range Art Guide December 24-30 – Boulder Daily Camera

Visitors are encouraged to call ahead before visiting art galleries in the area for holiday hours and COVID protocols. Rock area 15th Street Gallery With works by Boston artist Nancy Simonds and Denver artist Tony Ortega; open by appointment 11 am-4pm Thursday-Saturday; 1708 15th Street, Boulder; 303-447-2841; 15thstreetgalleryboulder.com Ana Art …

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Director leaves Parrish Art Museum after less than a year of work – ARTnews.com

Kelly Taxter stepped down as director of the Parrish Museum after less than a year in office. According to a letter sent to colleagues by Taxter earlier Wednesday and obtained by ARTnews, she wrote about the decision to leave which she had “deliberated and taken lightly”. “This is something that …

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