Month: December 2021

Martis, Neckvatal, Knight and Reutenick Take Top Honors at Art Guild Fall Exhibition | Lifestyles

The Fall Art Show Audience Award winners were recognized at the Art Guild’s Fun and Wine Friday 3 December reception at the Art Center. The public and members of the Art Guild voted for their favorite works of art on display in the gallery throughout the month of November, with a total of 324 ballots […]

The work of artist Ramona selected for the Artist Alliance Biennale at Oceanside

“The Gods Who Feed Us” by artist Ramona Stacy Nixon is one of 61 works of art selected for the Artists Alliance Biennale 2022 at the Oceanside Museum of Art. Nixon’s work, a large 40-by-26-foot piece that combines wax bound on paper with hand-cut stencils and an overlay of pigments and gold leaf, is on […]

Writer Unveils Few Secrets Of The Best Film Of All Time – ‘The Godfather’ | Entertainment

Oscar nominations will be announced in February. But that we already know: None of this year’s nominees come close to being one of the best films ever made. None even come close to the scale and breadth of a movie called “The Godfather”. It might just be the perfect movie to watch, in front of […]

Wayne Thiebaud, painter of lush colors and textures, has passed away

LOS ANGELES Artist Wayne Thiebaud, whose succulent and colorful paintings of cakes and San Francisco cityscapes combined sensuality, nostalgia and a hint of melancholy, has passed away. He was 101 years old. His death was confirmed on Sunday in a statement by his Acquavella gallery. Thiebaud died at his Sacramento home over Christmas, Eleanor Acquavella, […]

Shaoxing / gad rice wine town reception hall

Shaoxing / gad rice wine town reception hall Perspective is. Image © YAOLI STUDIO + 36 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or View of the building from the river. Image © YAOLI STUDIO Text description provided by the architects. Shaoxing rice wine has a long history and its cultivation […]

Beauty is North Artist Star: Denver’s Daniel Sprick to Exhibit in New York | Culture & Leisure

Daniel Sprick, one of Colorado’s most accomplished artists, recently returned from New York City, where he was preparing for a new exhibition – his first since 2016. Opening at the Gerald Peters Gallery on February 11, the Sprick exhibition “Interiors” will exhibit his ethereal, lifelike paintings from his 16th-floor apartment near City Park, most created […]

Defending the strength and diversity of Indian and South Asian art

New Delhi – India Art Fair, which will run from February 3-6, 2022 in partnership with BMW India, will feature 75 exhibitors in 14 cities, including 13 unprecedented non-profit foundations and institutions. Thanks to an open call carried out in collaboration with the Gujral Foundation and Artdemic, Anshuka Mahapatra was selected to design the facade […]

Gordon Gallery in Tel Aviv brings contemporary art to an unlikely corner of Jerusalem

Beit Sapir, a minimalist industrial building in Jerusalem’s Givat Shaul neighborhood, is either the strangest place for a contemporary art gallery or the best possible place for one. But even if the decision to open a branch of the famous Gordon Gallery of Tel Aviv in one of the less artistic corners of Jerusalem was […]

Joan Didion and her husband John Gregory Dunne lived in both Hollywood and New York

Jeanne Didion, Who died today at the age of 87, and her husband, John Gregory Dunne, has maintained a particularly icy but profitable relationship with Hollywood over the years. As novelists and screenwriters, they made the most money for their scripts and often accepted rewrites, but also criticized the weaknesses of the studio system. Although […]

Businesses / nonprofits vie for prizes with holiday displays – The Daily Gazette

Schenectady’s town center looks a bit brighter this season with almost 30 shiny holiday displays featured in the Illuminocity contest. Local businesses and nonprofits have teamed up to create elaborate holiday showcases and showcases in hopes of winning cash prizes in one of six categories, with the money going to the organization at non-profit. The […]

Helen Durant: “Lines are what I love” | Visual arts | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

Few works of art speak to me more than the passionate and gestural paintings of Helen Durant. Now in the early 1970s, fragile and graceful as a bird, delicately boned and softly spoken, Durant’s southern accent and distinguished appearance belies the daring and intensity she brings to her work. It was a teacher at her […]

47 mixed-use plots in Richmond sell for nearly $ 22 million

Seven ‘packages’ in the Fan Quarter include housing, retail and office Posted December 21, 2021 through Catherine schulte 1201 W. Main St. in Richmond. Photo courtesy of Commonwealth Commercial Partners. Seven lots of properties totaling 47 plots in Richmond sold for almost $ 22 million, Commonwealth Commercial Partners LLP announced last week. The mixed-use properties […]

An NFT for your Christmas stocking? »Aboriginal art repertoire

Among a cornucopia of events, books and concepts flying through the Indigenous world this time of year, surely the most notable is the start of First Nations NFTs – the hottest things of 2021. . NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have been dubbed the Word of the Year by the Collins Dictionary, with its practice increasing 1,100% […]

Architects Jaqueline Lessa and Francisco Pardo on how looking to Mexico’s past helps them design for the future

Based in São Paulo, Brazil, Jaqueline Lessa created her architecture studio Entre Terras (translation: “between the lands”) two years ago in order to answer human questions through craftsmanship. This philosophy is evident in all of Lessa’s work, from her airy, minimalist design for the Haight clothing store in São Paulo to her fluid exhibition decors […]

Hundreds of people demand account of disturbing legacy of American artist Thomas Eakins

Until last summer, the publicly accessible digital collections of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA) in Philadelphia included a disturbing photograph of a naked black girl lying on a sofa. The photo, which has since been removed from the PAFA website and is only available on request for research purposes due to its “sensitive […]

Ten purple projects ranging from dark purple to light lilac

From a playful furniture collection to a foldable dress, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best mauve projects from Dezeen’s archives reminiscent of the last Pantone color of the year. Last week, company of colors Pantone named Very Peri as its color of the year for 2022. Made from a combination of shades of purple […]

LaTurbo Avedon is one step ahead of the metaverse

LaTurbo Avedon is waiting for me at the center of Orbital, a cavernous and almost empty trance nightclub. Pulsed lights illuminate their platinum hair as they roam alone under a purple globe floating on the expansive dance floor. Our date is in Second Life, so finding this space-themed nightclub involves nothing more than typing on […]

celebrity couples who dress alike | Gallery

By Jessica Wedemeyer December 15, 2021 at 3:17 a.m. PST looks back on celebrity couples who have made waves by dressing alike over the years, starting with this duo… Kourtney Kardashian completely overhauled her wardrobe when she and her longtime friend Travis Barker finally took their relationship to the next level in early 2021.The […]

Local artist Susan N McCollough exhibits at Alabama Gallery –

Local artist Susan N McCollough exhibits at Alabama Gallery Gulf Shores artist and gallery owner Susan N McCollough exhibits her work at the University of Alabama Gallery in Tuscaloosa. The solo exhibition “An Expressionist’s Journey” features twelve large abstract paintings and a sculpture by trainer Nick Saban (above), a special project she undertook and which […]

New faces on the committee of the contemporary art group | Blue Mountain Gazette

Two new members with a solid background in museums and galleries were elected to Modern Art Projects Blue Mountains (MAPBM) on November 28. MAPBM is a non-profit incorporated association that supports and advocates the development, production and exhibition of multifaceted contemporary art in the Blue Mountains. The MAPBM 2021/22 committee (from left to right): Diana […]

Rare allegorical painting from the 17th century English school banned from export in the hope that it would be saved for the nation

The double portrait of the English school, circa 1650, whose export from the United Kingdom has been temporarily blocked. Laura chester Dec 14 2021 The image was sold on 23 June at the Trevanion auction house in Shropshire for a hammer price of £ 220,000 (front page, ATG No 2499). After the sale, the current […]

New York artist Suzanne Scott explores relationships, death, and more in Tribeca exhibit

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Local artist Suzanne Scott takes a close look at death and relationships while paying homage to her late friend at a new show in Tribeca. The exhibit, titled “Boy, That […]

Watercolor workshop with renowned artist planned at the SAAC

Hot Springs artist Richard Stephens will return to the South Arkansas Arts Center next year for a three-day painting workshop titled “Watercolor Painting and Design”. A Richard Stephens Workshop offers artists three main amenities: informative technical information sprinkled with humor and antidotes; entertaining and educational painting demonstrations; and plenty of one-on-one time with Stephens as […]

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72-year-old potter from Chilliwack presents his first solo show – Chilliwack Progress

A Chilliwack artist who has been creating pottery for 50 years has his work on display at the Chilliwack Cultural Center. Drawn in clay is a pottery and drawing / painting exhibition by Ted Driediger at the O’Connor Group Art Gallery through January 7. December 9 Progress met Driediger as a constant stream of visitors […]

Adam Levine quietly flipped his Montecito house for huge profit – DIRT

While the deal went mostly at the bottom, records show Adam Levine and his wife Behati Prinsloo ceded their Montecito estate to a still unidentified buyer in June for a whopping $ 28.5 million. That’s $ 5.8 million more than they paid three months earlier for the century-old estate, which spans nearly 5.2 acres with […]

Artworks from junta-controlled Myanmar to be auctioned in New York this week

The contraband works of more than a dozen Burmese dissident artists are to be auctioned off in New York City, with the proceeds providing humanitarian aid to pro-democracy protesters in the Southeast Asian county controlled by the junta. The auction, which will be held December 9-11 at the Jane Lombard Gallery in lower Manhattan, will […]

Brooklyn Museum announces Kimberly Panicek Trueblood as President and COO

The Brooklyn Museum in New York has appointed Kimberly Panicek Trueblood as its new president and chief operating officer. The richness of Trueblood’s experience does not lie in the art world but in the utility sector. Most recently, Chief of Staff of the American Civil Liberties Union, Trueblood was previously Deputy Chief Financial Officer and […]

Beyond their lavish aesthetic, Michaela Yearwood-Dan’s paintings make you feel

Michaela Yearwood-Dan paints large, alluring pictures that slowly reveal their secrets. Your eye can rest on an intimate line of text nestled in a swirling composition of richly colored plants, or on subtle blooms of Swarovski crystals, acrylic nails or gold leaf applied to the surface of a painting. Or you might spot cotton flowers, […]

PFC Senior Executive Dylan Long Wins Taking Stock Scholarship as Part of Children’s Leaders for Life Scholarship

Dylan Long had an idea of ​​why he was called to the Flagler Auditorium on Tuesday morning, December 7. “They did a good job disguising it,” said the Flagler Palm Coast High School senior. Long and his mother, Amy, were called onto the stage. She received a bouquet of flowers, he received a bundle of […]

Akiko Stehrenberger on his famous illustrated film posters, from Funny Games to Dune

Akiko Stehrenberger is a 15-time Clio Entertainment Award-winning movie poster illustrator and designer who works with film directors and studios, as well as with film and advertising agencies, respectively. Stehrenberger was called “Poster Girl” by Interview magazine ten years ago, and the title has only gained in relevance since. Vanity Fair has included their posters […]

From art exhibitions to theater, Baghdad is experiencing a cultural revival

Published on: 12/07/2021 – 03:28 Baghdad (AFP) – Art exhibitions, book fairs on the Tiger and Godot in Baghdad, after decades of conflict and unrest, the Iraqi capital is experiencing an artistic renaissance. “People need art, they want to develop their artistic taste – it’s a loophole,” said Noor Alaa al-Din, director of art space […]

Untold Stories – A Coruña, Spain – Jude Cowan Montague

This commemorative exhibition in a black concrete box on the port of La Coruña marks the career of photographer Peter Lindbergh. Self-organized, the vast images are displayed end to end in this new gallery space remodeled from a former industrial space. Indeed, these fashion clichés do not feel exploitative – JCM To coincide with the […]

Sandra Bullock Shares Weirdly Hilarious Story Behind Ryan Reynolds Infamous Intimate Scene, More News | Gallery

By Mark Gray 11:37 a.m. PST, December 5, 2021 BTS humor In “The Proposal” from 2009, Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds filmed a scene in which they were both in the buff. While the actress says they both had flesh-colored blankets on their, uh, parties, she recounted the hilarity of that scene on the “About […]

The GES-2 House of Culture in Moscow opens a new era in art

Moscow celebrated the inauguration of the GES-2 House of Culture on Saturday. Led by curator Teresa Iarocci Mavica and funded by director of gas company Novatek Leonid Mikhelson, GES-2 is designed to create a revolution in the Russian art scene. GES-2 is the new headquarters of the VAC Foundation, founded by Mavica and Mikhelson in […]

Pawan Kumar takes over as Director (Commercial) at Indraprastha Gas Limited

Pawan Kumar has taken on the role of Director (Commercial) of Indraprastha Gas Ltd. (IGL), the country’s largest CNG distribution company, operating city gas distribution networks (CGDs) in 27 districts in ten geographic areas across four states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan. A graduate in industrial engineering from the prestigious Indian Institute of […]

Harlem kids have fun creating artwork featured in the Fresh Air Fund Summer Project Portrait

The Fresh Air Fund organized and published an online gallery of New York City children’s artwork that was created for their community art project, Portrait of Summer. The kids at Fresh Air shared what summer means to them in a #PortraitofSummer social media campaign. Become a Harlem Insider – Register for our Weekly Newsletter! Over […]

Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial offers a new look at Jeffrey Epstein’s MO

For most of the first week of Ghislaine Maxwellof the federal sex trafficking trial, the accused remained motionless in front of his brothers and sisters, who was watching from the gallery. Wearing a turtleneck every day, Maxwell would sometimes get up to hug his lawyer Bobbi sternheim or whispered intensely to other members of his […]

Lecture by an artist at the Fleischmanns gallery | Entertainment News

FLEISCHMANNS – 1053 Main Street Gallery in Fleischmanns will present an artist talk with upstate New York artist Lisbeth Firmin at 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 4. A reception will follow. According to a press release, the conference is a companion to “Alone,” a solo exhibition of the artist’s paintings, on display at the gallery […]

Governor Wolf awards $ 54.5 million for 16 community development projects that will create jobs and improve quality of life

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Governor Tom Wolf today announced the approval of more than $ 54.5 million to support 16 community, economic development and revitalization projects across Pennsylvania. “I am pleased to announce that these projects will receive the state funding they need to improve or create new community projects and facilities that add to the […]

ACCC Warns Against Bid-rigging in Public Procurement | Jones Day

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (“ACCC”) is also warning government agencies against potential bid rigging in the public procurement process. The ACCC has cautioned Australian government agencies (the “Government”) to be on guard against “bid rigging” between competitors with respect to contracts with the government (“public contracts”). Bid-rigging occurs when multiple competitors agree to […]

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