Month: May 2022

Classic Prints Gallery offers framed vintage rose art prints

“One of Pierre-Joseph Redouté’s framed art prints of roses by Classic Prints Gallery” Classic Prints Gallery aims to bring Pierre-Joseph Redouté’s vintage botanical rose art prints into your gallery wall. Read this press release to learn more. The Classic Prints gallery aims to bring Pierre-Joseph Redouté’s vintage botanical rose art prints into homes. Art prints […]

Simon de Pury on the return of the status quo to the Frieze Week art market and why nothing beats the thrill of the auction room

Each month in The Hammer, art industry veteran Simon de Pury lifts the curtain on his life as the ultimate art world insider, his brushes with fame and his invaluable insight into the workings internal art market. New York is back in full force. Just had an exciting week in the buzzing big apple. In […]

Teleport me, Priti! The Science Fiction About Teleporting Refugees That Seems Very Real | Art

FFive months ago, a fairly large envelope fell into the mailbox of Meriem Bennani’s lawyer. The New York-based Moroccan-born artist had obtained a green card and was now a legal permanent resident of the United States. “It’s weird,” she says over a glass of sparkling water in a bar near Nottingham Contemporary, the gallery where […]

Who is Mack Mattress? Meet Jim McIngvale, the Houston businessman known for his extravagant million-dollar sports betting

Mattress Mack is primarily known for selling furniture and making massive multi-million dollar bets on sporting events. The businessman – who is based in Houston, Texas – is now making his presence felt in another part of the entertainment industry: the World Series of Poker (WSOP). Mattress Mack is supporting a poker stable this summer […]

In Pictures: National Gallery Unveils Revised Designs of Selldorf Upgrade | News

Full screen in popup The latest incarnation of Selldorf Architects’ NG200 designs for the modernization of the National Gallery Source: Selldorf Architects The latest incarnation of Selldorf Architects’ proposals to modernize the National Gallery Source: Selldorf Architects The Sainsbury Wing Lobby proposals created as part of Selldorf Architects’ NG200 designs for the National Gallery upgrade […]

NFT pioneer Olive Allen wants to bring the art world into the metaverse. His vision is nothing like Zuckerberg’s

The metaverse is a lofty and nebulous concept. It’s also a purple storefront on Franklin Street in New York. At least that’s the idea behind Olive Allen’s new exhibition at the Postmasters Gallery, which claims to recreate the world of Web3 in the white cube. The title is coupled with an ominous invitation: “Welcome to […]

Gallery: The Future of Transportation Draws Record Crowds at ACT Expo

The advancement of clean transportation technologies is exploding within commercial fleets. Nowhere this year has this been more visible than at 2022 Advanced Clean Transportation Showwho took over the Long Beach Convention Center for a week. As diesel prices continue to set price records across the United States, more than 75 advanced clean technology vehicles […]

A Kentucky postman turns the road into a creative outlet for photography

Working at a small post office in Berry, Kentucky, postman Mark “Pappy” Bradford, 51, interacts with more dogs than people, giving them Hardee’s breakfast sandwiches, while filling the boxes to their landlord’s letters with the latest cable TV deals. Listening to “The Trading Post” on WCYN may be Bradford’s only connection to other humans for […]

Hangzhou Qianjiang Century City Riverfront Digital Industrial Park

Project description As the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games approach, the new Qianjiang Century City economic and cultural center is under rapid construction and is expected to become the region’s new icon. Aedas, led by Executive Director Wei Li, and the Zhejiang Provincial Institute of Architectural Design and Research (ZIAD) won the international competition for the […]

Gallery Weekend Beijing postponed as Covid restrictions tighten in Chinese capital

As pandemic controls intensify in the Chinese capital, Gallery Weekend Beijing has postponed its 2022 edition indefinitely, it was announced yesterday. “In light of the latest epidemic prevention policies in Beijing”, and discussions with participants and funders, “we have mutually agreed on the decision to postpone the event”, explains its director Amber Yifei Wang. The […]

Warhol’s Blue Marilyn sells for record $195 million at Christie’s auction of Swiss dealers’ collection

Propelled by an iconic, dazzling and record-breaking portrait by Andy Warhol of screen siren Marilyn Monroe, the collection of deceased Swiss siblings Thomas and Doris Ammann has reached $273 million ($317.8 million with the fresh) at Christie’s New York on Monday evening. Presale expectations ranged from $284 million to $420 million, partly indicating the effect […]

a new column highlighting the actors who are moving the art world more environmentally sustainable

Green is the New Black might seem like a rather facetious title for a column that deals with how the art world is responding to our collective climate and environmental emergency. But I am also aware that after decades of globetrotting, private jet hopping and conspicuous consumption, the art world’s recent embrace of green issues, […]

MFA ‘Sulky Sentiments’ Art Exhibit Barely Misses the Mark – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Megan Fisher “Sulky Sentiments” at the Alvin Gittins Gallery (Photo by Megan Fisher | The Daily Utah Chronicle) From May 2 to May 13, the Alvin Gittins Gallery on the campus of the University of Utah organizes “sulky feelings», an exhibition by artist Christina Riccio for her master’s thesis in fine arts. Throughout the exhibition, […]

Oversized paintings by two artists on display at the Municipal Art Gallery

Published: May 06, 2022 08:10 Oversized works by two Newtown resident artists are on display at the Newtown Municipal Center Art Gallery through May 27. The Newtown Cultural Arts Commission is hosting the presentation, which features paintings by abstractionist painter Stephanie Adam and realist painter Carol Gaulin-McKenzie. The gallery is open weekdays during normal business […]

Two Rivers Gallery shows its wild side and selects a PG artist for a mural project

(Photo courtesy of Two Rivers Gallery) Prince George artist Madeline Kloepper will be the one to create the Two Rivers Gallery’s Wild Side mural. “Playing on the interconnectedness between Prince George and nature, I would like to create a mural using quilts as inspiration for the composition. Essentially, quilts are different pieces of fabric that […]

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