Month: February 2022

Inside the £1.3million Darras Hall mansion, revamped by a North East designer

The family that owns the property wanted a contemporary house with a ‘London look’ that is also warm and are delighted with the result For interior designer Louise Whitfield, this was the dream commission – an incredible home to get her creative juices flowing. High View in Darras Hall, Northumberland is owned by Keith White […]

Beverly Hills home of late Saudi billionaire sells for $24.5 million – DIRT

In the summer of 2020, less than two months after his death, the towering Los Angeles estate of Sheikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel hit the market, to much fanfare, with a thud of $32.5 million. Nearly two years later and a change of realtors later, the nearly seven-acre expanse has finally sold, albeit for a significantly […]

Protesters denounce National Gallery contract with Aramark – The University Times

A protest took place outside the National Gallery of Ireland yesterday against its decision to award the mandate for the gallery cafe to Aramark, a company which runs three direct supply centers in Ireland. The move sparked anger among artists and wider communities in Ireland, prompting some with their work on display in the gallery […]

Bold vision revealed for West End by Heart of London Business Alliance – Retail Times

Heart of London Business Alliance (HOLBA), the Business Improvement District (BID) which represents one of the most culturally rich areas in the world, has unveiled its manifesto for the next five years, with a program of activities to help the West End to recover and thrive from the pandemic as a global cultural and commercial […]

Collectors have an ethical responsibility to keep the art market fair. Here are 8 key rules to hold them accountable

Over the centuries, collectors have played a positive role in supporting artists and artistic ecosystems. At the same time, we have also all heard – and often personally witnessed – horror stories about unethical collectors. You know those. The collector on the board of a museum who hears about an exhibition that is not yet […]

Jennifer Lawrence welcomes her first child

Jennifer Lawrence reportedly recently welcomed her first child with husband Cooke Maroney. Lawrence gave birth in Los Angeles County, according to public records obtained by TMZ. The records did not indicate the baby’s sex or birthday. Lawrence, who has no public social media presence, did not comment on the report. Lawrence, 31, sparked pregnancy rumors […]

New portraits of McDonald on display for YC’s ‘About Face’ art exhibit

Jerome J. Michael McDonald’s Artist (Photo by Ron Chilston) Artist J. Michael McDonald hosts his own show at Yavapai College. A resident of Jerome for 27 years, McDonald has turned to portraiture during the COVID-19 shutdowns, trying to capture the effects of unique circumstances on the human face. Her new exhibit, “About Face,” opens Feb. […]

Daniel S. Borris by Patricia Lanza

Daniel S. BorrisPhotographs have appeared in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Smithsonian, The Washington Post, Vanity Fair, GQ, and Esquire, among others. His clients in the advertising and music industries include The Gap, American Express, Sony and Atlantic Records. His work has been honored by Communication Arts, American Photography, The Art Directors Club of […]

Susan Lester’s ‘delicious’ bird paintings to celebrate in the book that almost never was

When media mogul Edmund Rouse was embroiled in a political scandal and imprisoned for attempted bribery in 1989, it threw his businesses into turmoil. A lesser-known victim of Rouse’s disappearance was budding artist Susan Lester, who was commissioned by the businessman to paint 200 detailed Tasmanian birds to be published in a special two-volume book […]

Whangārei Hundertwasser Art Center: “There are little surprises everywhere”

Pam Tothill from Prosper Northland Trust at the official opening of the Hundertwasser Art Center Whangarei Town Basin If you’re wondering why there’s a blue tile in the middle of all the green and red tiles in Whangārei’s Hundertwasser Art Center, that was the tiler’s decision. After a nearly 30-year journey, the world’s last authentic […]

Artist Larry Blissett paints raw, expressionist portraits using vivid colors

(Courtesy of Blue Rain Gallery) Viewers have called Larry Blissett everything from “the Chicano Basquiat” to “a watered-down Picasso.” The Santa Fe artist and former entrepreneur pokes fun at labels and ignores any criticism, saying, “Some people don’t think these are works of art, but I don’t care. ” Blissett’s work is available at the […]

Athletic Development Club / Studio VA

Athletic Development Club / Studio VA © Nick Smith + 28 To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/976577/athletic-development-club-studio-va Region Area of ​​this architecture project Region : 180 m² Year Year of realization of this architectural project Year: 2021 Photographs Main architects: Akis Pattihis Facade Text description provided by the architects. The […]

Rogues’ Gallery: imprisoned in Newport, Pontypool and Rhymney

These six defendants were recently sentenced to prison for crimes including injury, drug trafficking, arson and burglary. We review their cases. Timothy O’Sullivan Timothy O’Sullivan attacked his victim with a hammer in Newport town center after they argued over £10 he owed the plaintiff. “The guy should be shot,” he said after the shocking assault. […]

Frieze LA report: Amid the pandemic, small galleries are doing well

While the auction market has thrived under COVID, the past few years have been tough for art fairs and museums. During the pandemic, earnings at the high end of the market have remained strong. Sotheby’s has achieved consolidated sales of at least $7.3 billion, its highest annual total in its 277-year history. At Christie’s, sales […]

Art review: Juan Santiago at the Gambrel Gallery

To enter the white space of the Gambrel Gallery is to leave the mountains of southern Oregon and instead become a beholder of royalty. The princesses of No mirrors in this house to inhabit a sacred elevation. Viewers are left to watch without agency from below. In another area, ignoring intrusions, the porcelain figures are […]

In a Los Angeles backyard, a collectors’ gallery project expands

When artist and collector Danny First built his gallery The cabin in the backyard of her Hancock Park home in 2014, her petite stature was part of the appeal. The space, eerily modeled after the hut where terrorist Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber) holed up in Montana, is a 10-foot-by-12-foot high-ceilinged structure that, even with its […]

artnet: In This Black History Month, Discover 7 African-American Artists Building A New Legacy

February welcomes Black History Month, a time to reflect on and celebrate the myriad contributions African Americans have made to society. If historical or famous figures are often honored, it is also an ideal momentto zoom in on the black artists who are shaking up the world today. Since we here at the Artnet Gallery […]

This British Art Gallery Recently Removed Vincent van Gogh Memorabilia, Here’s Why

A London art gallery recently removed memorabilia related to the famous painter Vincent van Gogh from its gift shop. A member of gallery staff looks at a painting titled ‘Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear’ by Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh at the Courtauld Gallery in London. AFP A London art gallery recently removed memorabilia related to […]

More types of blue | The Art Institute of Chicago

Through Janice Katz, Clara Granzotto, Craig Leeand Richard Gessert This lack covers a wide range of historical periods, languages ​​and geographical locations. It’s intriguing, no doubt. But despite this scarcity of words, it’s hard not to notice the incredible variety of shades of blue in the manufactured world, especially after reading the first collection of […]

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K Contemporary’s Doug Kacena shakes up the Denver gallery scene

K Contemporary is currently Denver’s most exciting commercial art gallery. In just five quick years, owner Doug Kacena—obviously, that’s where the “K” comes from—gathered a roster of the city’s most adventurous art makers and produced a slew of memorable and completely free. As K’s reputation grew, so did the artists he represented, including Denver-bound stars […]

“Troll Market” supports artists from the north of the country

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – It’s a building many would recognize from the outside, but inside it’s being transformed into what’s being called the Troll Market, a gallery space for local artists. “I think it’s really meaningful and important, I mean we don’t really have opportunities like this,” local artist Alice Elisabeth-Waite said. Elisabeth-Waite is […]

Flea is selling her home in the desert north of Los Angeles – DIRT

Having recently salvaged a $14 million 90210 from the rugged mountains above Beverly Hills — and already owning a little hideaway in the exclusive gated community of Malibu Colony — Michael “Flea” Balzary no longer needs his architectural digs. great properties nestled in the foothills of La Crescenta. Unsurprisingly, the Red Hot Chili Pepper bassist […]

Editor’s Choice: Booths at Interiors Australia and Denfair

Held at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center February 10-12, 2022, Interiors Australia and Denfair was the first trade show for the architecture and design industries in nearly three years. With a full schedule of speaker sessions across three stages and over 100 exhibiting brands, there was plenty for the thousands of attendees to see. Here […]

The National Gallery of Canada creates a department for decolonization – ARTnews.com

As part of a desire to better represent Indigenous culture in art institutions around the world, the National Gallery of Canada is committed to reinventing its collections and programs from a decolonial perspective. Today, the museum announced the creation of the Department of Indigenous Ways and Decolonization, which will be led by Michelle LaVallee as […]

As pop-up rents soar, former nomadic gallery Guts Gallery opens permanent space in Hackney

The headquarters of the Guts Gallery, which started three years ago as a nomadic gallery championing emerging and underrepresented voices in art, has moved to a permanent space in Hackney, east London . Founded by “Northern working-class queer” Ellie Pennick as a traveling project space (it only began selling work in 2020), Guts was created […]

ART26201 will present the exhibition “Quiet Places” by Beth Wheeler at the MIB Gallery

BUCKHANNON – ART26201 will present “QUIET PLACES”, a solo exhibition by artist Beth Wheeler, on Friday, February 11, 2022, at the Colonial Arts Center’s MIB GALLERY. There will be a special opening reception for artists from 4-8 p.m., and Wheeler will give a special introduction at 5 p.m. Reservations are recommended for the artist introduction, […]

Legendary photographer Dave Benett at parties with Princess Diana, asking the Queen out of frame and her exciting new exhibition

Anyone who is anyone knows Dave Benett. Omnipresent at fabulous parties, he’s photographed everyone from Paris Hilton on her 21st birthday to Liz Hurley in this Versace safety pin dress on arm of Hugh Grant. Her friendly face has been on the London party scene since the 1980s and has earned the utmost trust from […]

Guz Khan will star in an exhibition at the National Gallery in Coventry

Coventry’s Guz Khan is due to star in a National Gallery exhibition featuring Coventry icons. The local comic has been chosen to feature alongside other personalities from the city in the exhibition of portraits on loan from the National Portrait Gallery. Students from Barr’s Hill School helped organize the exhibit, titled “Creative Connections.” READ MORE […]

New York gallerist dies at 67 – ARTnews.com

Julie Saul, New York art dealer and curator champion of avant-garde photography, has died at 67. Julie Saul Projects, the gallery she founded in 1986, confirmed the news. “She was instrumental in advocating for artists and photographers with great success and was well-loved by her many friends and fellow dealers,” the Association of International Photography […]

B2B Publishing Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Amazon, Gallery Systems, Google Play, Aquafadas – The Grundy Register

New Jersey, United States,- the B2B publishing market The report covers the entire global market scenario including key players, their future promotions, preferred vendors, market shares along with historical data and price analysis. It continues to offer key details on changing dynamics to generate market improving factors. It aims to rationalize the expenses of the […]

Five Points Arts celebrates 10 years of continuous growth and improvement in Torrington

TORRINGTON — A decade ago, the Five Points Gallery opened on Main and Water streets, welcoming local artists and guests to show their work. Judy McElhone led a team of volunteers and investors, including the Torrington Downtown Partners, to create the space, which now hosts monthly shows, special exhibitions and artist talks for the community. […]

New works, new artists highlight spaces in Greater Victoria – Vancouver Island Free Daily

February brings a host of new and old art and artists to the galleries of Greater Victoria. The West End Gallery continually receives exciting new works from its stable of Canadian artists. Many of these internationally sought after and collected artists are inspired by the beauty that surrounds them. Filled with light, color and just […]

Front Range Art Guide Feb 4-10 – Longmont Times-Call

Visitors are encouraged to call ahead before visiting area galleries for COVID protocols and hours. Block area 15th Street Gallery Featuring works by Boston artist Nancy Simonds and Denver artist Tony Ortega; open by appointment only; 1708 15th St., Boulder; 303-447-2841; 15thstreetgalleryboulder.com Ana’s Art Gallery Art from local, African and Caribbean artists; 12pm-5pm Friday-Sunday; 958 […]

Missoula Comedy Artists Collaborate on Drawings and Gallery Mural | Arts & Theater

If a bunch of comic artists were just hanging out, what would they draw? The answer is all over the walls, whether on paper or drywall, at Zootown Arts Community Center’s Main Gallery this month. “Highs and Lows” features highlights from years of collaborative pieces made by six Missoula artists in regular drawing sessions. […]

an art space focused on creating alliances will open in New York

In an art world increasingly dependent on financial returns, a new organization that declares itself “not committed to commercial success” is sure to attract attention. The institution in question, a nonprofit art space, research center and publisher called CARA (the Center for Art, Research and Alliances) will open in New York in June, in a […]

Andria Hickey leaves Pace Gallery to become Chief Curator of The Shed – ARTnews.com

After three years as a curator at Pace Gallery in New York, Andria Hickey moves a few blocks away and to a different area to become the next chief curator of The Shed, the interdisciplinary arts and performance space that anchors the cultural component of Hudson Yards. . Beginning March 2, Hickey will oversee the […]

Best Things to Do in the South Bronx: Where to Stay, Eat and Shop

Chocobar Cortes | Photo by Cole Saladino for Thrillist Chocobar Cortes | Photo by Cole Saladino for Thrillist Conveniently located along lines 4, 5 and 6, the South Bronx is currently at a cultural crossroads, where old hip-hop culture mixes with a new creative and entrepreneurial spirit. Four neighborhoods make up the southernmost part of […]

The couple behind jewelry brand Mejuri talk about their everyday cool style at home

Caned chair, France and Son; Rugs, Etsy, Shelves, CB2. When friends of Noura Sakkijha and Majed Masad first enter the couple’s home in Toronto, Canada, something clicks. The space is clean, sophisticated and accessible, just like the fine jewelry their company, Mejuri, has become known for. “They make fun of us saying that everything looks […]

Painter Hana Yilma Godine uses Ethiopian textiles to construct fantastical compositions of resting women

Hana Yilma Godine paints women in their moments of intimacy: resting on the couch, at the hair salon, preparing for a wedding. The artist, who received his MFA from Boston University in 2020, studied with renowned Ethiopian artist Tadesse Mesfin in his hometown of Addis Ababa. The flattened perspective and elongated figures of her compositions […]

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