Month: November 2021

Nicola Vassell brings Fred Eversley, the art of Alteronce Gumby to Miami –

Energy, distilled to its essence, is power, or more precisely, the capacity of power. One of the quintessential expressions of energy is Newton’s experimentation with light focused through a prism to create a rainbow of colors. At Art Basel Miami Beach, which opens today to VIP guests and runs through Sunday, New York’s Nicola Vassell […]

Los Angeles galleries are coming to New York

For decades, Los Angeles has been a natural place for New York retailers to open a second store. At first Pace and Luhring Augustine tried, and more recently Matthew Marks, Michele Maccarone and Jeffrey Deitch have established roots, as well as Swiss mega-gallery Hauser & Wirth and, later, David Zwirner. But these days, the opposite […]

What’s New – 11/27 – Our Time Press

AUTUMN IN AMERICA For 85 glorious minutes on Friday, November 19, Vice President Kamala Harris served as Acting President of the United States while Joe Biden was sedated for a medical procedure. Last week, WGO referred to its declining poll numbers, possibly instigated by right-wing media disinformation. A recent Vanity Fair essay on his desk […]

Neon Museum mural pays homage to Sammy Davis Jr., Liberace and more

Liberace and Sammy Davis Jr.? Everyone knows the impact they had on Las Vegas. But Kenny Kerr, Theodora Boyd, Paul Revere Williams and Betty Willis? Or Oscar Gonzalez, Denise Scott Brown and Raul Rodriguez? They are also cultural pioneers, though learning about their accomplishments may require a deeper dive into local history than most people […]

Buy gifts at DuPage Art League’s Yuletide Treasures in Wheaton

The DuPage Art League Yuletide Treasures Gift Shop is open. Over 40 local artists created special holiday gift items including: jewelry, ornaments, charcuterie boards, cards, gloves, hats, doll clothes, candles, paintings, etc. . Find unique and affordable gifts at the DuPage Art League’s Yuletide Treasures Gift Shop in downtown Wheaton. – Courtesy of DuPage Art […]

Window Wonderland opens this weekend

“We are delighted to make Window Wonderland bigger and better than last year’s very successful event,” noted Carol Jolly, Executive Director, The Junction BIA. “To celebrate our opening weekend, we are delighted to offer a performance of that of Toronto award-winning dance-theater company, CORPUS. The Sheep (The Sheep) is a funny and heartwarming group of […]

Christie’s Dubai presents West African art exhibition

Christie’s Dubai teamed up with the 1957 Ghana Gallery for an exhibition of African artists titled [West] African Renaissance. The exhibition brings together for a month artists from the Accra gallery at Christie’s at DIFC, from Godfried Donkor, a confirmed Ghanaian artist, to the young Gideon Appah, a painter of enigmatic scenes. work ‘Opera’ by […]

Art Industry News: In a decision that will come as no surprise, “NFT” was named Word of the Year + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here is what you need to know on Thursday, November 25. NEED TO READ Looted Palmyra sculptures return to Syria – The Geneva Museum of Art and History is restoring three archaeological objects allegedly looted […]

Homes fit for fashionistas – Mansion Global

Fashion houses for sale When it comes to custom closets, a Paradise Valley, Arizona home showcases the ultimate him and her space with 11 electric clothes closets and a brown built-in safe in each. “The upper cabinets are motorized, which allows convenient access to the entire closet,” said Jim Cavanaugh, an agency agent in Scottsdale. […]

TWO TWO partners with the city of Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, Nov 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (via Blockchain Wire) TWO and the city have teamed up to reinvigorate the Downtown Arts District. With immersion, interaction, NFTs and multiple forms of reality, TWO TWO’s collaborations with some of the world’s best artists, composers and engineers are representative of the inspiration behind creativity, focusing […]

Newcastle United fans of 120 years ago – on the eve of the club’s biggest decade

On Saturday 23 November 1901 remarkable footage was filmed of the game between Newcastle United and Liverpool at St James’ Park These remarkable images show the faces of Newcastle United’s early supporters. They were captured at St James’s Park 120 years ago in November 1901 in a match against other emerging northern giants, Liverpool. The […]

Once on the fringes, tattoo artists are now an integral part of downtown Maine

Thirty years ago there were a few types of businesses that one would expect to see in the average downtown area. A hardware store. A pharmacy. A shoe shop. Things like that. But those staple businesses on the main streets have changed over the past few decades, to instead include coffee shops, craft breweries, and, […]

Media companies worried about plan for televised election debates

“A Debates Committee cannot and will not be established without the agreement of all parties and media organizations concerned,” Morton said. “On this basis, agreement on the founding principles … is a precondition for the establishment of the Commission.” The rules include the requirement that a debate take place in a regional venue, one in […]

Influential critic dies at 82 –

Dave Hickey, an art critic whose polarizing writings have been worshiped, has died. Daniel Oppenheimer, who this year published a biography of Hickey titled Far from being respectable: Dave Hickey and his art, reported in Texas monthly that Hickey died at age 82 last month. Although Hickey has written cultural reviews for decades, it wasn’t […]

Circumpolar art exhibition opens at SAW Gallery in Ottawa

The exhibition features work by Indigenous artists from the Northwest Territories, Alaska and Norway Works by Indigenous artists from circumpolar countries will be the first exhibition of a new project at the SAW Gallery in Ottawa. Three women artists, from the Northwest Territories, Alaska and Norway, will present their work in Alakkaajut (A lot of […]

Parkash Purb: Artist Donates 3 Works of Art for Holy City: The Tribune India

Deepkamal Kaur Tribune press service Sultanpur Lodhi, November 18 As worshipers begin to converge on the holy city of Guru Nanak for the 552nd Parkash Purb celebrations, there is something new and amazing to watch. The site is the Guru Nanak Art Gallery in Nirmal Kutiya, the dera of environmentalist Balbir Singh Seechewal. Right at […]

Jacob Elordi and Kaia Gerber Split: Relationship Timeline

It’s finish. Jacob Elordi and Kaia gerber called him quit after a year together. In touch confirmed the news in November 2021, with a source telling the publication: “Their schedules conflicted, they weren’t spending a lot of time together.” The insider added: “It seemed like they were going backwards instead of going forward and that’s […]

The GENERATOR from Ridgefield Arts Council on December 1 at the PRPP Gallery

The Ridgefield Arts Council invites local artists, creative professionals and curious minds to the next edition of the GENERATOR, to be held at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at the PRPP Gallery, located at 410 Main Street in Ridgefield, CT. The networking event will feature three speakers discussing their respective artistic endeavors with […]

Hoosick Falls artist paints freedom, perseverance and the end of the pandemic through moving horses | Entertainment

HOOSICK FALLS, NY – “Horses represent freedom to me,” says Turkish-born artist Yucel Erdogan. Erdogan’s images are full of freedom and grace. They carry with them a sense of deep thought and loneliness, powerful and resonant, through darkness and chaos. They represent something more than just horses. They speak of endurance and collective will, especially […]

Newcastle Art Gallery could close in January for more than two years for long-awaited expansion | Newcastle Herald

news, news-advice, The Newcastle Art Gallery could close for up to two and a half years in January for its long-planned expansion if the council secures a $ 10 million federal grant. In a project update provided to councilors on Tuesday evening, council staff said the expansion project was on track to begin early next […]

Matt Pokora buys West Hollywood home – DIRT

Even spending time in the summer in the south of France, then camping in Paris, where he is currently co-starring in “Les Grandes Ambitions” at Madeleine Theater, US-based French singer, songwriter and aspiring actor Matthieu Tota, best known to fans, including his 3.1 million followers on Instagram, like Mr. Pokora and / or Matt Pokora, […]

Bratt Elementary School honors veterans with program and parade (with photo gallery):

Bratt Elementary School honored veterans on Wednesday with a Veterans Day program and parade. For a photo gallery, click or tap here. The guest speaker for the event was Commander George Trice, Jr., United States Navy, retired. He retired in 2011 after 33 years of service in the Navy. He began his career as an […]

Hear what Princess Diana’s bodyguard thinks about Kristen Stewart’s royal portrayal in Spencer

Kristen stewartthe movie of Spencer tells the story of princess dianavisit to Sandringham Castle in December 1991. So far, no member of the royal family has commented publicly on the veracity of the film, but Princess Diana’s bodyguard, Ken wharfe, spoke to People on what it was really like to spend the holidays with the […]

Sigur Rós Star Jónsi transforms gallery into volcanic transport station –

It has been a long time since I felt happy to describe an experience like indescribable, but it was the word that presented itself most forcefully after entering the first New York exhibition of Icelandic artist Jónsi. After a pandemic-induced spell limited to restricted screens and home stereo equipment, it’s truly something to walk around […]

“The Art of Banksy” in Chicago

While his true identity remains a mystery, the graffiti artist known only by the mononym Banksy has gained international fame. Little is known about the artist, except for speculation regarding his birthplace (Bristol, England) and his penchant for social commentary that manifests through his art. Songs like “Save or Delete”, “Rage, The Flower Thrower” and […]

New Saffron Walden Museum exhibition bridges art gallery and museum culture

A new exhibit at the Saffron Walden Museum examines how today’s society might be preserved in the fossil record. Fossilization: A Slice of the Anthropocene combines original bronze sculptures by artist Kabir Hussain with objects from the museum’s collections. It will run until March 20 next year in the Special Exhibitions Gallery on the ground […]

Local businesses receive $ 1 million in government funding – Yukon News

In the interest of transparency, the Government of Yukon’s Department of Economic Development has announced and identified the beneficiaries of its new Economic Development Fund program. “I am happy to see that the program is being used by a variety of local organizations and I hope this is just the start,” Economic Development Minister Ranj […]

The duo behind Detroit’s trendy Library Street collective are building a new cultural complex in the city

Detroit is becoming an ambitious new arts destination, thanks to the founders of one of the city’s rising taste galleries. Library Street Collective founders – and life partners – JJ and Anthony Curis have announced that they are working on the creation of a new cultural complex in the East Village neighborhood of Detroit. At […]

How a Gilroy artist grew his business during the pandemic

When the pandemic hit, Nacho Moya knew he had to get creative to keep his art gallery and studio in downtown Gilroy afloat. So he did something that is perhaps counterintuitive in an age when resources seem scarce: Moya has started offering free virtual painting lessons. Hundreds of people have signed up, looking for connection […]

New company: Union Gallery –

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Toyota Improves Profit Outlook on Weaker Yen, But Warns of Production Risks

By Tim Kelly TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp raised its earnings outlook on Thursday on favorable exchange rates, but warned the global semiconductor shortage still posed risks to its production plans for the year whole. Like other global automakers, Toyota has been forced to cut production due to chip shortages and lockdowns that […]

The View From Here Opening Weekend – Event Information

Meet the artists: opening weekend conferences 10 am-5pm, Sat 6 and Sun 7 Nov | FREE A weekend celebrating the creativity of Western Australia. In The view from here, The Art Gallery of Western Australia presents its largest exhibition of Western Australian art ever, with 30 major new commissions, exhibitions and acquisitions from leading Western […]

Cartoonist Michael Gallagher will be featured at the “Roam in Jerome” event on November 6th

One Two Many by Michael Gallagher, acrylic canvas, 18×24. (House of Joy / Courtesy) Michael Gallagher comes from a long family line of renowned cartoonists and he will be featured at the “Roam in Jerome” event at the House of Joy Gallery and Arcade on Saturday, November 6, according to a press release. The House […]

Go to a magical place without leaving the ground at the new QC airport gallery exhibit

You can be transported to magical places at Quad Cities International Airport without even taking a plane. From November 3 to January 3, 2022, Quad City Arts’ Art at the airport presents oil paintings by Elisa Boucher of Glenview, Illinois, collagraphs of Luca Cruzat by Carbondale, Ill., and the ceramic sculpture by Lori Roderick of […]

There is no doubt that Moralizing Mike is the target of Tova O’Brien’s hiring

Composite Mike Hosking has long reigned supreme in commercial radio, but his conservative moralization may allow Tova O’Brien to create space for himself with the more liberal and centrist listeners currently tuned in to ZB, writes Bill Ralston. OPINION: Breakfast listeners with a taste for news and talk radio are about to get a more […]

Face to Face: Contemporary Portraits exhibition presented at the Courthouse Gallery in Carson City | News from Carson City, Nevada

Event date: Repeats weekly until Thu. February 10, 2022. November 1, 2021 – 10:00 a.m. Event date: November 8, 2021 – 10:00 a.m. Event date: November 15, 2021 – 10:00 a.m. Event date: November 22, 2021 – 10:00 a.m. Event date: November 29, 2021 – 10:00 a.m. Event date: December 6, 2021 – 10:00 a.m. […]

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