Month: January 2022

Life in the Fast Lane: How Urban Street Art Car Ads Can Backfire – Kattison Avenue/Katten Kattwalk | Number 1 | Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Automakers and their ad agencies really like to show off their driving machines in action. TV commercials depict sturdy, reliable trucks hauling tons of cargo; four-wheel drive SUVs navigating treacherous terrain in extreme weather conditions; and sleek sedans traversing cityscapes of gleaming skyscrapers and trendy urban streets. It’s on funky urban streets that automakers can […]

Studio 2880 is moving its spaces to be more Covid-friendly

The Prince George & District Community Arts Council is moving its Feature Gallery to its gift shop to make it more easily accessible to everyone. As Covid-19 continues to rear its ever-changing head, a non-profit organization has made the decision to participate in the rapid COVID-19 point-of-care screening (testing) program offered by the Government of […]

Spencer Hansen returns to Skye Gallery for what may be the last exhibition on site | News

Skye Gallery has brought back interdisciplinary artist Spencer Hansen for his fourth consecutive winter solo exhibition. Open tonight and on view until April 15, this year’s exhibition with the Bali-based artist may be the last exhibition held at the Skye Gallery space on the corner of East Cooper Avenue and South Hunter Street in the […]

Li Tang Gallery inaugurates its online art space with an international juried exhibition, THE NEXT

Li Tang Gallery will present its inaugural offering, THE NEXT, an online group exhibition available to the public from January 8 to March 5, 2022. In preparation for the post-Covid era, Li Tang is keen to present a platform for artists working across disciplines to share their visions of the post-Covid “show”. A wide range […]

True Colors: Jimmy Iovine and more on this pseudo-controversial interscope show at LACMA

Wednesday evening at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Lana Del Rey walked into the Resnick pavilion and took a look at Lana watched, a new painting by the artist Jenna Gribbon inspired by the singer’s 2012 album, Born to die. Del Rey stared at the painting, mesmerized. On the canvas, her face was […]

Double Exposure: Alberta Photography Festival Expands in 2022

Breadcrumb Links local arts 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 unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the […]

Temple artist Michael Donahue puts stories on canvas in Waco | Arts & Theater

Temple artist Michael Donahue is showing works sampling his life as a painter in “Perspectives,” at the Susan L. Sistrunk Fine Art Gallery through February. Michael Donahue echoes the subjects of ancient painters with his triptych “The Gambers’ Altarpiece”. Temple artist Michael Donahue’s paintings have a lot to unpack, both in their frames and in […]

Greystone Holds $125M Refi For Harlem Multi-Family Development – ​​Business Observer

Blumenfeld Development Group (BDG) secured $125 million in refinancing for Smile, a 233-unit Class A multifamily project located in Manhattan’s Harlem neighborhood, Commercial Observer can first report. “BDG has had the benefit of working with Greystone since the original concept design of The Smile, and we are delighted with the execution Greystone has achieved,” said […]

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British Columbia truckers take part in ‘freedom convoy’ across country to protest vaccine mandate

Breadcrumb Links News Local News The Canadian Trucking Alliance estimates that the federal vaccine requirement could take 10 to 15% — about 12,000 to 16,000 — of truckers off the road. Publication date : January 22, 2022 • 9 hours ago • 3 minute read • 14 comments Hundreds of people gathered at a rally […]

Scents and Sensitivity: What’s Behind the Rise of Extreme Smells? | Fragrance

On evening of last week, I sat in my kitchen with my eyes closed, inhaling the rich, earthy smell of tomatoes. I felt transported: I was in an Italian garden, the sun-dappled leaves swaying as I picked the ripe, plump fruit for a late pasta dinner with my large, beautiful family. I was, in essence, […]

Samara Golden spills her “guts”

LOS ANGELES — It’s a dizzying and disorienting experience, where moments of serenity juggle with feelings of disgust. Inaugurating the new Night Gallery warehouse space, which opens this weekend, artist Samara Golden has constructed a mirrored bedroom that creates the illusion of a skyscraper. Different floors provide competing images – from calm turquoise waters to […]

It’s a question of survival [a collection of thoughtful paintings]

January 29 – March 5, 2022Main Gallery, Atlantic Highlands Arts Council ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is pleased to announce the upcoming Main Gallery exhibit, “Karen Bright: It’s a Question of Survival [a collection of thoughtful paintings].” The artist will present more than 20 works in encaustic (hot wax), highlighting the […]

London’s non-profit art galleries – where the art world goes to feed

L the ondon art world is back from its winter break and it’s immediately in full swing. The spotlight will be on museum exhibitions – Francis Bacon at the Royal Academy, Louise Bourgeois at Hayward – and commercial mega-galleries (Gagosian, White Cube, Hauser & Wirth…) with their renowned international artists. But many of the most […]

Black art breaking news: Georgia Museum honors Lou Stovall, Edmonia Lewis gets postage stamp, Steve Locke is now replaced by Alexander Gray and more

Latest News in Black Art features updates and developments in the world of art and related culture Lou Stovall in the printmaking studio he established next to his Cleveland Park home (1974). | Courtesy of Atelier Lou Stovall Awards and Honors Artist and master printer Lou Stovall receives the Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson […]

The shattered dream of the streets in the sky above Piccadilly Gardens – and where you can find what’s left of them

Manchester is still under construction, it will always be under construction. It is a collection of centuries of architecture. But in the 1960s a plan for Mosley Street and a town center ring road might have seen some of the historic buildings on Oxford Street, Portland Street and Mosley Street demolished in favor of the […]

Must-read of the week: Tencent’s sale of Singapore gaming giant has nothing to do with regulatory risk, source says

the Caixin Must-Read Newsletter brings you the best of our coverage from the past week, handpicked by our editors. # Business # In depth: New Zealand fruit giant’s kiwifruit battle in China The Zespri Group is fighting to profit from the yellow SunGold variety it developed, alleging it is grown illegally in its biggest market […]

RIT’s City Art Space will host a photo exhibit tracing the political journey to the January 6 insurrection

A solo exhibition of photographs and videos by David Butow, including the new book, Edge, chronicles politics in the United States from the 2016 presidential election to the January 6, 2021, uprising, arrives at RIT’s City Art Space. Opening Feb. 4, “Brink: Photographs by David Butow” features a captivating selection of images from the book […]

Wichita Gallery presents visually impaired artists

Sarah Kephart, Envision Arts Program Manager, front row from right, and Dale Small, Envision Arts Galley Coordinator, front row far right, with students from the Adult Arts Class of Envision. The Envision Arts Gallery and Community Engagement Center opens this weekend. A new art gallery that champions the accessibility and inclusion of art opens on […]

Mississippi toasts the art of Andrew Bucci on his centennial

Mississippi Artist Andre BucciThe artist’s captivating and colorful contemporary art and his place in the state’s creative treasure chest and cultural history are at the center of Mississippi art events celebrating the centennial of his birth. Andrew Bucci received a Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts in 2009. Courtesy Mississippi Arts Commission/Photo by James […]

Upside down image under Botticelli’s portrait of Christ shows that he first tried to paint him as a baby + 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 this Tuesday, January 11. NEED TO READ Peter Max’s keeper pursues his daughter – The court-appointed guardian of sick 84-year-old artist Peter Max has hit back at claims […]

Russian street artists enter the gallery space (PHOTOS)

These creative minds used to break the law by “decorating” public places with their graffiti, but the Russian Ruarts Foundation invited these provocative underground artists to be exhibited as legitimate members of the art world. 1.0331C. Fencing Street artist Zhenya, nicknamed 0331c, has had solo exhibitions in the past. One is called “Fence” and its […]

Did Samantha Ruth Prabhu face any mental health issues in 2021? The actress talks about her struggles, her depression

First published on January 10, 2022, 7:51 AM IST Samantha Ruth Prabhu recently spoke about mental health issues and preached on strength and beauty Last year, actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu made headlines across India due to her hectic personal life and successful professional life. In 2021, Samantha split from her husband, actor Naga Chaitanya and […]

Kate Middleton celebrates her 40th birthday with a gift: new dream portraits

Kate Middleton knows that it is better to give than to receive. So, for her 40th birthday, the Duchess of Cambridge and future Queen Consort gave us all a little something. In November 2021, photographer Paolo roversi captured royally formidable portraits of Middleton at Kew Gardens, London Botanic Gardens, which, this writer can confirm, has […]

William Spenser Bagdatopoulos: the forgotten Greek-American artist

When does a Greek immigrant become American? When does this transformation really take place? And who ultimately determines this status? Returning these questions, when does the history of the Greeks in the Western Hemisphere admit someone as a fellow Greek? It is certain that a go-to choice for admission to Greek American Studies is once […]

Pennsylvania Farm Show Raises Investments for the Future and Rewards Youth at 2022 Show Opening

Have Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding was joined by young leaders in agriculture to open the Pennsylvania Farm Show 2022 today, showing how hands-on learning opportunities are shaping the next generation of farmers. The Pennsylvania Farm Show runs January 8-15 and is the largest indoor farm show under one roof in the country, […]

First, a marinated shark. Next place for Damien Hirst, his mansion “the white elephant” | Damien hirst

When Damien Hirst bought a historic mansion in the Cotswolds, he had big plans. The crumbling 19th-century Toddington Mansion, which the world’s richest artist bought for £ 3million in 2005, would be restored to its former glory, turned into his family home, and would be a spectacular gallery for his collection of personal art. But […]

Neighborhood Notes: Ruth Asawa, Ana Teresa Fernández, Casa Sanchez, some cancellations and more!

We have confirmed cancellations and openings with the organizations below, but plans are subject to change. Stay safe there guys! Canceled: “Navidad Negra! Bajada de Reyes ” The “Navidad Negra! Bajada de Reyes’ Afro-Peruvian concert and dance performance at the Mission Cultural Center for the Arts originally scheduled for 6pm tonight has been canceled “in […]

Pictured: Fifteen Fifteen, the amazing new tour of Vancouver that looks like a game by Jenga

Future homeowners with a head for heights will love this new development in Vancouver – because it has cantilevered pieces across the street. The images reveal how these floating pieces make the new residential tower look like a game from Jenga. Being inside “will create the sensation of floating above the city, the ocean and […]

Sandra Jaffe, who ran New Orleans’ famous Preservation Hall jazz clubs for decades, dies at 83

(JTA) – Sandra Jaffe, a Jewish woman who, along with her husband, ran one of New Orleans’ top jazz clubs for decades and joined the club before segregation ended, has died last month at 83. Jaffe and her husband, Allan, were considered pioneers and protectors of jazz in the city that gave birth to the […]

Montgomery Artist Brings Wonderful Worlds To JCA – The Troy Messenger

Eclectic: derives ideas, style or tastes from a wide range of diverse sources. This is the definition of the work of Nathaniel Allen, artist exhibiting at the Johnson Center for the Arts. Allen describes his work as “exploring ideation” and, he might add, with following eyes and possessing spiritual clarity. Mmmm… .. Or, Allen might […]

Updated HERE WeGo navigation app to showcase new partners and options for people on the go

Updated HERE WeGo HERE WeGo navigation application HERE WeGo navigation application More partner-compatible options for carpooling, hotel booking, ticketing, fuel payments and spatial audio will complement the app’s browsing experience CES 2022 – HERE Technologies, the leading technology and location data platform, today announced new partners for its free mobile navigation app, HERE WeGo. With […]

View All Beauty Products Inside the Allure January Beauty Box

Sometimes it’s what’s on the outside that counts, and I say that without the slightest vanity. Starting this month, your products arrive in a new box, made from carefully selected 100% post-consumer recycled material and single-stream recyclable (which means almost anyone can recycle them). There are also some awesome beauty products inside, including Selena Gomez’s […]

Agitation brings interactive art to the Karsh-Masson gallery – Apartment613

By Maude Lipsett The Karsh-Masson Gallery at Ottawa City Hall welcomes artists Raymond Aubin and Hugo Gaudet-Dion, who have created a surreal and interactive exhibition entitled Agitation. The gallery is filled with interactive moving images, three-dimensional objects, projections, flat murals and musical accompaniments. The key interactive piece in Agitation. Photo by Maude Lipsett. “There are […]

Latiff Mohidin presents his latest works in private exhibition to commemorate his 80th birthday

Celebrated by royalty, prestigious institutions and elite collectors, Maestro Latiff Mohidin continues to show privileged art lovers why his latest paintings are amazing and why no other Malaysian artist comes close to his level. The little artist, who is 157cm tall, turned 80 in August. To commemorate this milestone event, he presented around ten large-sized […]

Drown in family photos? Professional photo managers share tips on sorting large collections

Taking pictures is easy, but organizing the tens of thousands that accumulate over a lifetime is anything but. Professional photo managers know it: they make a living sorting, scanning, renaming, restoring, organizing and turning family photo treasures into tidy collections and albums. As Albertans make lofty New Year’s resolutions to organize their photo collections, Karen […]

Archibald, Beatles and Desert Art: Summer Delights in Australia’s Regional Galleries | Culture

Fancy a road trip to celebrate the end of a very difficult year? Get on your bike, charge the electric vehicle, use gasoline gears to tour one of Australia’s regional art galleries. And don’t forget to check the entry rules secured against Covid in advance. Geelong Gallery: Archie 100: a century of the Archibald Prize […]

Lauren O’Neill-Butler on “Niloufar Emamifar, SoiL Thornton and an Oral History of Knobkerry”

For this exhibition in three separate acts – a sort of non-collective collective exhibition – Niloufar Emamifar presented works related to the archives of SculptureCenter, covering its foundation as the Clay Club in 1928 to the present day. The pieces were displayed in the maze of narrow corridors on the lower level of the institution. […]

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