Floating Light Containers Evoke Curiosity in QIU Taiwan Pavilion

qiu installs the cube in kaohsiung, taiwan For the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts’ International Container Art Festival, Quality Innovation United (QIU) Architects realized The Cube, an ambitious project flag which perfectly embodies the festival theme of Van Buren Supernova, encouraging attendees to explore light, stars, hope and new life. …

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Where to See Art Gallery Exhibits in the Washington Area

Comment this story Comment Like much contemporary nature-themed art, the artwork “The Fragility of Their Nature: Ocean, Sky, Land” was conceived in the spirit of crisis. Still, the performance by four women from the District of Columbia Center for the Arts is sweet in tone. This likely reflects, at least …

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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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At the Rollins Museum of Art, the authentic Basquiat and much more

As Central Florida art lovers follow the FBI-led saga of the so-called Basquiats at the Orlando Museum of Art, an authenticated work by the artist is on display a few miles from the emptied galleries of OMA. The Rollins Museum of Art on the University’s Winter Park campus is displaying …

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AGI Denim supports artists with exhibition at NYC Gallery – Sourcing Journal

Art is at the center of AGI Denim’s first major public event, and indigo is its medium of choice. The vertical denim manufacturer and Pakistan’s first certified B Corp company will open ‘Exquisite Blue Towers’, an exhibition of collaborative and individual artworks that celebrate indigo as a color by artists …

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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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Tan Boon Hui (1968–2002) – Artforum International

Veteran curator and arts administrator Tan Boon Hui, for decades a vital presence in Singapore’s art world and a tireless promoter of Asian art on the world stage, died on July 7 at the age of fifty-three years old, following a stroke he had suffered in May. Tan was a …

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The best shows in Scottish galleries this week

July 9-September 18. Free admission. Climate House, Royal Botanic Garden, Arboretum Place, Edinburgh, EH3 5NZ. This joint exhibit by 2021 Turner Prize nominees Cooking Sections and Sakiya draws attention to the degradation of ecosystems through the removal of plants. Following a three-year research project, Cooking Sections sheds light on the …

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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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CHARTER SCHOOLS: Seeds of success or a rotten idea to the core? – Mississippi’s best community newspaper

As proposals for four new charter schools in Natchez and Adams County progress through state approval, local leaders have differing opinions on whether the schools would improve or hinder the public education. Joyce Arceneaux-Mathis, who was a long-time educator in the Natchez Adams School District, said she doesn’t think Adams …

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On the artistic and cultural scene of the region: opening of intensive summer ballet courses and new exhibitions | Entertainment/Life

Registration is open for the Baton Rouge Ballet Theater Summer Intensive Course. PHOTO PROVIDED BY BATON ROUGE BALLET THEATER Summer Ballet Intensive Baton Rouge Ballet enlists three of its favorite artists and instructors to teach ballet, contemporary dance, variations, pointes and partnering lessons for an intensive summer week Monday through …

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Hoboken City Council signs Yards Redevelopment Agreement

Hoboken City Council had a number of major items on its agenda. Screenshot via City of Hoboken on YouTube. Hoboken City Council approved an agreement for the Works Redevelopment Plan, implemented a citywide 20mph speed limit, and passed the new budget and a resolution for the proposed City Complex. Worksite …

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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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Developer wants to turn part of Pickle District into an ‘art-centric’ center with Bunnings, a daycare center

A developer wants to build an ‘arts-centric’ center in the Pickle area of ​​West Perth, but faces opposition from those who make up its current character. Developer Saracen Properties Pty Ltd is behind plans to redevelop part of the ‘old industrial area’ by demolishing its current rentals located in a …

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Telfair Museums to open a new children’s art museum at the Jepson Center

Telfair Museums is pushing its “Telfair for All” strategic plan to new heights. The museum has announced plans to open a Children’s Art Museum (CAM) at the Jepson Center in the spring of 2023. With the introduction of their free admission program in march and partnership with Live Oak Public …

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Performance Exchange 2022 opens this Friday.

Emily Perry, Woman With Salad, 2017, performance, courtesy of Seventeen Performance Exchange has announced full program and performance schedule details for its 2022 edition. Produced in partnership with a selection of London’s most cutting-edge commercial galleries, the second edition of the acclaimed performance program takes place across London over three …

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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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Elysée Museum and Mudac completed in Lausanne

Twinned cultural destination Musée de l’Elysée and Mudac completed in Lausanne Architecture studio Aires Mateus completes building to house Musée de l’Elysée and Mudac in Lausanne, Switzerland After five years of preparation, the building of the Musée de l’Elysée and Mudac in Lausanne is now complete. The structure, an elegant …

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Housatonic’s longtime art director steps down

BRIDGEPORT — As director, Robbin Zella helped add more than 4,000 pieces to the Housatonic Museum of Art’s collection. Now she hopes to help the museum with one more addition – a new director. Zella, who has worked at the museum since 1998, recently announced her retirement. She said it …

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The art of reconciling creativity and business

Rachel Klaver is a marketing strategist, specializing in lead generation and content marketing. OPINION: In the past, there was a choice. Be creative and poor or choose something else. (Except of course, for the privileged few who miraculously managed to make money). I’m incredibly grateful that we now live in …

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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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How artwork breathed new life into Lodhi Colony

Directly opposite the bustling Mehar Chand market, a worn gray wall features the faded and chipped portrait of an old woman. Artist Hanif Kureshi introduces her as Vimla, who sells parathas at the nearby Khanna market. She caught the attention of German artist Hendrik Beikirch, who wanted to pay homage …

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Comment: There is much to learn about culture in the evolution of the modern chair

I’m always inspired by the exhibits at the Palm Springs Art Museum. Recently, I was inspired by “The Modern Chair” exhibit at the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center. It was a fabulous display of modern chairs that made me think about the origin of the chair and …

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Acclaimed Artist Derrick Adams Launches Derrick Adams and FUNTIME UNICORN Editions

At the crossroads of entrepreneurship and the fine arts sector, Derrick Adams Editions is pleased to present its first edition, FUNTIME UNICORN. It is a continuation of Adams’ signature iconography and imagery of the black unicorn in Adams’ signature “floaters”.“ series, a collection of bold and vibrant portraits depicting black …

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Who is Linda Skeens? Mystery Woman Sweeps Virginia Kentucky District Fair, Captivating the Internet

In my dream, a sweetgrass breeze blows through the open door. In the background, birdsong weaves in and out of earshot, as if crossing the water. My fingers brush the red gingham tablecloth laden with homemade pickles and various jams, a perfectly yellow summer sun shimmering through the glass. I …

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Perception digital art museum debuts on the Las Vegas Strip

Immersive art experiences are pouring into Vegas these days, from Omega Mart and Van Gogh to Area15 to Arcadia Earth on the Strip. Perception, the new freestanding digital art museum on the boulevard just north of Circus Circus, bills itself as the first permanent attraction of its kind in Las …

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USI MAC/PACE Galleries Host Two Summer Sculpture Exhibitions

This summer, two sculpture exhibitions are presented simultaneously at the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries at the University of Southern Indiana. Converters 2 features two artists, Josh Johnson and Travis Townsend, contemporaries working mainly in wood, whose aesthetics question traditional approaches to the material. Townsend was juror for ISU’s …

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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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Maldives plans to build a floating island city and other news – SURFACE

The Design Dispatch offers essential, expert-written news from the design world, curated by our dedicated team. Think of it as your cheat sheet for the day in the design delivered to your inbox before you’ve had your coffee. Subscribe now. Do you have a news that our readers need to …

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Top 5 New York Office Building Sales — May 2022

PropertyShark has compiled the city’s best deals of the month for the area. Source: PropertyShark, a company of Yardi Systems Inc. 475 Fifth Avenue, ManhattanSelling price: $291,000,000 A partnership between Nuveen Real Estate and Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) has sold the 24-story office building totaling 275,738 square feet to …

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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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New Mural in North Sacramento Celebrates Diversity

The city that boasts hundreds of murals has added a new one to its walls – this one celebrates Sacramento’s diversity. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and Councilwoman and Vice Mayor Angelique Ashby were at the dedication ceremony for the “Victory & Rhythm” mural on Sunday. The most recent mural adorning …

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Through the art of John Bell Jr.’

The history of Fort Smith’s churches will be highlighted in “Landmark Lessons: Through the Art of John Bell Jr.” at the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum. Representatives from seven area churches will discuss the beginnings of their church as historic images painted by John Bell Jr. are projected onto the …

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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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‘Bringing the library to them’: Spokane County District’s new ‘branch’ is a traveling bookmobile

The Spokane County Library District’s newest site has much in common with its original location. The district’s first library was a bookmobile, and now its 12th “branch” is a library on wheels, said district strategic project manager Amber Williams. The 34-foot hybrid Freightliner is known as LINC, an acronym for …

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Allied Works Selected to Lead Expansion and Renovation of Vero Beach Museum of Art | New

anchor Museum of Art” alt=”Image: Vero Beach Museum of Art” width=”514″ height=”” /> Image: Vero Beach Museum of Art The Vero Beach Museum of Art (VBMA) has announced the appointment of international design firm Allied Works Architecture to lead the expansion …

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San Francisco’s forgotten avant-garde apartments

The most famous event in San Francisco’s avant-garde literary history was Allen Ginsberg’s reading of “Howl” at the Six Gallery at 3119 Fillmore St. on October 7, 1955. This frantic reading, the later publication by Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s City Lights “Howl and Other Poems” books, and subsequent arrests and obscenity trial …

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TGI Solar Power: ADVENT GALAXY INC., headquarters of ADVENTEXPO™, a subsidiary of TGI, announces its intention to launch a Reg A public offering.

ADVENT GALAXY INC., headquarters of ADVENTEXPO™, a subsidiary of TGI, announces its intention to launch a Reg A public offering.Press release | 06/23/2022 Press release TSPG| 06/23/22 Miami, Florida, June 23, 2022 –TGI SOLAR POWER GROUP (OTC markets: TSPG) (“TGI”), a technology-diversified, eco-friendly real estate development company currently developing Advent …

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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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How to view NFTs, from holograms to digital frames

Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are the new assets one would want to flex and show off first and foremost. And why not? After spending millions on NFT art and building a classic NFT collection, it’s only natural that you want to display it where everyone can see it. In fact, there …

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Carnegie International unveils the artists of the 2022 edition

Organizers of Carnegie International today revealed the names of the artists who will participate in the fifty-eighth edition of the event, which will run from September 24, 2022 through April 2, 2023, at various Pittsburgh venues. Organized by Sohrab Mohebbi, the exhibition is entitled “Is It Morning for You Yet? …

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TRIP TUESDAY: 10 Georgian museums to visit | Slideshows

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic …

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Events in Tallahassee starting June 21 – Tallahassee Reports

Star Wars Quiz NightDate: Tuesday, June 21, 2022, starts at 6:30 p.m.Where: Brass Tap in Midtown, 1321 Thomasville Rd.Cost: No coverageWhat you will get: Bring your lightsabers and the Force for Star Wars trivia night, impress your friends with your wealth of intergalactic knowledge, as you fight to …

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The visual arts face serious challenges

Echoing previous research, a sobering new report on the impact of Brexit on the visual arts. Early last year, a firm The Artists Information Company and Contemporary Visual Arts Network England (CVAN) commissioned BOP Consulting to investigate how visual arts workers have been affected by post-Brexit regulations redefining our interactions …

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Virtual galleries selling fine art through an app

Physical art exhibitions allow you to enter the gallery room and enjoy the artwork at a specific time in a specific location for a limited period of time. But now you don’t need to go to a gallery to view and buy artworks if you are too busy with work. …

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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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Bath Primary School receives outpouring of support following devastating fire

A week after an arsonist allegedly set fire to Dike Newell Elementary School, Regional School District 1 administrators are still surveying the damage to determine what repairs should be made. Meanwhile, community members have asked to contribute. “Without a place to put the items or an exact list of what …

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Customs House Museum Announces New Sustainability Mission – Clarksville Online

Clarksville, TN – The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center recently unveiled a new sustainability webpage in honor of Earth Day, April 22. Coinciding with the Museum’s mission to collect, preserve and interpret historical, artistic and scientific material, and with the American Alliance of Museum Strategic Framework 2022-2025the webpage explains …

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Can NFTs help stop art piracy?

Quebec artist Gaëtane Dion sells elegant nature paintings and colorful illustrations of female faces. Although she sells her paintings from her studio, her work can also be seen all over the internet.Roger Paquette/Document The career of Quebec artist Gaëtane Dion can be considered a resounding success: not only does she …

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Pride of the Arts District Returns

A variety of food trucks will be on hand for hungry people at Arts District Pride. (David Taffet/Voice of Dallas) The museums offer an evening of a wide variety of entertainment options to celebrate Pride DAVID TAFFET | Senior [email protected] Pride will be celebrated in the Arts District tonight (Friday, …

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The art of Monica Jimeno, Mona Ballesteros, Mehmet Güldiz exhibited at the Basel Art Biennale

Artwork “Piet Mondrian” by Monica Jimeno Artwork “En Camino” by MONA Ballesteros Artwork “Homo Corona” by Mehmet Güldiz BASEL, SWITZERLAND, June 17, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — A lot of artistic things happen in Basel during the Art Basel week. The Fondation Beyeler presents the exhibition “Mondrian Evolution”. The Kunstmuseum Basel presents …

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Lake Metroparks Amateur Photography Contest Offers Fascinating Glimpses of Area Landscape and Life

Create it, and they will come? No. Art lovers won’t take much interest in your work unless you show it somewhere first. Fortunately, there are plenty of local opportunities to do so. Participating in art exhibition competitions is the easiest way to present yourself. I provide many calls for entry …

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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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Top Swiss collector thinks he was duped by antiquities smuggling ring that trapped Louvre director: ‘It’s scary’

Swiss collector Jean-Claude Gandur has filed a criminal complaint alleging the falsified provenance of an Egyptian Fayoum portrait from the 1st at 2n/a century AD He bought it in 2014 for “nearly € 1 million” from the Phoenix Ancient Art gallery in Geneva, he confirmed by phone to Artnet News …

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These Phoenix Museums Are Free This Summer

With the heat of Phoenix doing what it does best, indoors might seem like the best place to be this summer. It can also be fun and affordable. Several museums offer free admission every day. Some offer it in conjunction with special events such as First Fridays. Others have free …

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Indigenous Australian art takes center stage as Tate Modern and Sotheby’s embrace First Nations designs

From London to New York and Singapore to Paris, the global art world is taking notice of Australian Indigenous works. Key points: Australian Indigenous art is receiving increasing global attention Several major galleries, auction houses and museums have held exhibitions It inspires more emerging First Nations artists to create work …

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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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Leo and Steph’s pop art lovers exhibit their art at the Markowicz Gallery and in all the galleries of the world

They are Franco-Brazilian and form the new pop art star couple that is making the buzz at the moment. Leo & Steph have already conquered Europe where they exhibit in galleries in Paris, Geneva, London and Dubai. But they have also already conquered celebrities, from Olivier Rousting (artistic director of …

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Remington Summer Festival returns to Ogdensburg | Company

OGDENSBURG – The Frederic Remington Art Museum will host a Remington Summer Festival for a second year featuring products from more than 30 vendors. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 18, vendors will sell wine, jewelry, candy, baked goods, and more inside and outside the museum at 303 …

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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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Press Releases

City hall press release Mayor Sylvester Turner invites proposals for National Creative Places Grant The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, in partnership with Houston Freedmen’s Town Conservancy, is the recipient of this year’s Our Town grant sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. Photo by Rick Gardner. June 10, 2022 …

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Heidi Göess-Horten opens her long-awaited museum in Vienna – ARTnews.com

In 1996, the art market was reeling after a single collector bought $22 million worth of artwork at a Sotheby’s auction in London. The buyer, who called on a Viennese specialist in the house, was a “mysterious German-speaking collector”, the New York Times reported at the time, and she had …

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We hire! The Art Newspaper is looking for an Associate Editor (New York)

About the Art Journal For more than 30 years, The arts journal covered the art world – and the world in which art occurs. We write about all the latest developments, but also analyze the most significant events and trends, examining how the international art and culture landscape shapes – …

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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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Headlines – Anne Arundel County, Annapolis Arts District and Anne Arundel County Arts Council Announce Selected Artists for Arundel Center Mural Project

The international search ends with the selection of a couple of local artists Annapolis, Maryland (June 8, 2022) – Anne Arundel County Executive, Steuart Pittman, Annapolis Arts District and Anne Arundel County Arts Council announced the selection of Comacell “Cell Spitfire” Brown Jr. and Cindy Fletcher-Holden, both of Annapolis, to …

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The Attentive Museum – Permeable Practices for Common Ground – Announcements

The CIMAM 2022 annual conference will be held in Mallorca, Spain, from November 11-13, organized by Es Baluard Museu d’Art Contemporani de Palma, and can also be followed online. The three-day program includes three keynotes, nine perspective presentations, three panel discussions, a networking session, workshops and exhibition tours in Palma. …

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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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It’s all about family as ARTspot celebrates 10 years in Edmonds

ARTspot founder Tracy Felix, center, with her children Bryn Alberto, left, and Mason Fraker, who is taking over as store owner. (Photo courtesy Tracy Felix) It’s been 10 years since the art supply store ARTspot opened on Main Street in Edmonds. The goal, according to owner Tracy Felix, was to …

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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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Chicano Humanities and Arts Council opens new gallery in Lakewood

Their first exhibit, titled ‘A Journey Through Generations’, pays homage to Alicia Cardenas, who was killed last year. LAKEWOOD, Colo. – At a Lakewood gallery, it’s not just about the art on the walls, it’s about the walls themselves. “This is our first show, we’re back, we’ve been brick and …

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John J. Lanzendorf, Celebrity Hairstylist, Famous Dinosaur Art Collector, Dead at 76

John Lanzendorf knew beauty and also beasts. A Chicago hairstylist for society ladies and movie stars, he amassed one of the finest private collections of dinosaur art in the world, with pieces so scientifically accurate they have been displayed in museums. He befriended paleontologists, visited their digs, and once said …

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Rickie Fowler has a few days ahead of him to determine his short and long term future | Golf News and Tour Information

DUBLIN, Ohio — Playing poorly is private hell for a professional golfer, unless you’re someone like Rickie Fowler — a hugely popular player who carries the weight of his own expectations as well as the added pressure of an audience whose support teeters on the edge of adoration and demand. …

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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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Could the arts district become a “blank slate”? Concerns grow after the destruction of a mural

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Residents and businesses in the downtown arts district are increasingly concerned that art is leaving Las Vegas, after a beloved mural was painted over and possibly destroyed for real. The commissioned fresco painted by renowned artist Xavi Panneton at the corner of Main Street and …

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What are the best American art cities? – ARTnews.com

Each year, UBS and economist Clare McAndrew publish a report on the global art market. For the first time, to accompany it, McAndrew has also published a second report devoted to the role that cities in the United States play in the global art market. According to McAndrew, the United …

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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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Florida dealer accused of selling allegedly fake art by Basquiat – ARTnews.com

Federal agents have charged a Palm Beach, Fla. dealer with wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering for selling allegedly fake works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and others for millions of dollars. Through his Danieli Fine Art and Galerie Danieli galleries, Daniel Elie Bouaziz is said to …

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303 Famous Designer Magazine Carol Mier

Thirty years ago, Carol Mier packed up his things, closed his storefront, and traveled from New Mexico to Denver. With no money in her pocket, she remained optimistic about finding a new home. She knew she wanted to have a storefront in an artistic neighborhood that also offered her a …

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Mira Awards honor creative high school students : NorthEscambia.com

The Escambia County Public Schools Foundation recently recognized local high school students for their creative and artistic talents through the annual Mira Awards. Mira, which means “brightest star”, was conceived by a group of teachers from Tate High School in 1987. Since then, the Mira Awards have been extended to …

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FILE PHOTOS: Hundreds of community members celebrate the Year of the Tiger in Chinatown

The annual Lunar New Year celebration hosted by Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Zone returned to Chinatown-International District on April 30, bringing tons of excitement to community members after two years of pandemic. by Debby Cheng The annual Lunar New Year celebration hosted by Chinatown International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA), …

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Set It Off: A stunning new exhibition at the Parrish

Something extraordinary is happening at the Parrish Art Museum. Even the East End’s revered natural light seems to be in on it. Streaming through a window in the museum’s central gallery on a Thursday morning at Water Mill, the light – that magical light that has drawn so many artists …

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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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Global Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) Market Expected

Westford, USA, May 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The rise of mainstream influencers, gaming communities and growing demand for digital artwork will continue to fuel the Global Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) Market boom over the next five years. The growing influence of celebrities to fuel the momentum of the sale of …

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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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KESSLER COLLECTION REVEALS PLANS FOR MORE THAN $150 MILLION MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT, EXPANDING NORTH CAROLINA’S FOOTPRINT

ORLANDO, Florida., May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Kessler Collection, a portfolio of 12 art-inspired boutique hotels, continues its expansion across the Southeast by announcing a more than $150 million small-scale mixed-use village development in Cashiers, North Carolinadesigned by architect and urban planner Christian B. Sottile.* Focused on conserving and …

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What I buy and why: Peter Janssen explains how a flea market find inspired him to create a premier private collection of samurai artifacts

Three decades after stumbling upon a samurai sword at a flea market in his hometown of Berlin, German entrepreneur Peter Janssen has amassed a formidable and highly focused art collection dedicated to legendary Japanese fighters. Its treasure trove of artifacts spans a millennium and explores the culture and myth that …

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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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COLUMN: Rule 1 — Don’t talk about trans Art Club | Columns

So when my daughter was little, I told her that if an adult ever said “don’t tell your mom or your dad about this”, the very first thing she had to do was tell mom and father. Every parent’s fear is of an adult, especially one in a position of …

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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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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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Center for Black Culture Gallery showcases community art

The Center for Black Culture Gallery with Nick Guzzo’s photographs on display. Photo credit: Lynn Clouser. Drexel University’s Center for Black Culture (CBC), in partnership with the Drexel Founding Collection, the University’s new flagship art collection, has opened …

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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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Innovation and technology festival celebrates the new West End district

The festival, which welcomed more than 1,000 guests, included a business creation competition, panel discussions and tours of the new university infrastructure on campus. by Kristin Chapman | 59 minutes ago From May 12-14, the College hosted its first-ever Innovation and Technology Festival to celebrate the West End’s new infrastructure. …

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Denver Art Museum Named One of World’s Best “New” Museums by Condé Nast Traveler’s 2022 Hot List

The Denver Art Museum has been selected as one of the best museums in the world, in league with Antwerp, Belgium’s Momu and architectural marvels such as the Munch Museum in Oslo and the Murakami Library in Tokyo. The honor, awarded in a May 3 list from Condé Nast Traveler, …

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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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