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What’s a global Schmooze-Fest of international art without Russian billionaires and their mega-yachts? We might find out soon

On December 1, as hundreds of thousands of Russian troops gathered at the Ukrainian border, the Russian President Vladimir Poutine takes a trip to a new contemporary art museum in Moscow. Little adept at the vanguard, Putin stopped at the not-yet-opened outpost of the VAC Foundation in a Renzo Piano–space designed at the invitation of […]

From street art to Steph Curry sneakers, Oakland artist Hueman’s creativity knows no bounds

It’s almost impossible that you haven’t seen Hueman’s work. In the past three years alone, the artist’s bold and “ethereal” style has brightened up Lyft Bikes and the first sneakers from Steph Curry’s new shoe line, the Curry 8. She fractured portrait of Pink graces the cover of the musician’s 2019 album Hurts 2B Human; […]

Opening of the new Allegheny Art Gallery, “Making Space” – The Campus

Allegheny Art Galleries features the work of four artists in the newly opened “Making Space”. The gallery is located in the Doane Hall of Art and opened on Tuesday March 1 and will remain open to the public until April 2.“It’s an exhibition that deviates a bit from what we often do,” said assistant art […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 – ARTnews.com

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 […]

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 […]

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

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

Science Gallery Atlanta Appoints New Director Ahead of Exhibition Opening | Emory University

Emory University has named Audrey Chang as the inaugural director of Science Gallery Atlanta, an innovative and immersive place for scientific and artistic collaboration that will open to the public early next year. Chang began his new post on October 13, months before the opening of “Hooked,” an exhibit that will explore the twin themes […]

LARC receives grant from Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation for art workshops

TORRINGTON – LARC received a grant from the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation to fund an art workshop at the Five Points Center for the Visual Arts. Twelve people from LARC’s Day Support Option (DSO) attend a weekly hour-long class at the new Five Points Arts Center on University Drive in Torrington. Classes are taught by […]

BIG ARTS opens exhibition season with Chailosky sculptures | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

GREAT ARTS Al Chailosky BIG ARTS will open the Fine Arts season with sculptor Alberto Chailosky on October 22 in the Dunham Family Gallery. There will be an artists’ conference and reception on November 5 at 5 p.m. “Lost but not forgotten” Chailosky’s exhibition consists of miniature sculptures in mixed media that represent important places […]

Novelist Tiphanie Yanique to sign books at Bajo El Sol art gallery

Portrait of Tiphanie Yanique (Photo by Kay Hinton) Bajo El Sol Gallery will be hosting a signing session for Tiphanie Yanique at 5:00 pm Thursday, October 28 in St. John. A highly influential storyteller, Tiphanie Yanique is known for her exceptional ability to take readers on a journey through time, places and relationships. Yanique is […]

MoMA and the Mexican moment in New York

Art movements rarely conform to national borders; nor are they the result of artists’ efforts alone. Transnational networks of individuals and institutions often play an essential role in the research, interpretation and defense of radically new works of art. This was never more the case than during the “Mexican moment” of the twentieth century, a […]

South Texas leaders in Mexico to discuss water debt, border restrictions and new trade deal

EDITOR’S NOTE: The amount of water Mexico owes has been updated. McALLEN, TX (Border report) – A delegation of local leaders from South Texas led by U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, met with Mexico’s foreign minister in Mexico City on Tuesday as part of ongoing meetings continuing Wednesday on a number of issues affecting US […]

Marley Coffee Exchanges Company Stock to Pay Off Debt | Business

Steven Jackson, business journalist Jammin Java Corp, which does business as Marley Coffee, has settled a US$1 million (J$98 million) legal claim by exchanging shares for debt owed to a US trading company. Both parties have described the settlement in terms that are closer to an investment than a legal settlement. “I would like to […]

AG Josh Stein returns to talk about crooks, rioters and more

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein joined WFMY News 2 to discuss recent events and answer viewers’ questions. GREENSBORO, NC – Opioids. Fraudulent calls. Automated calls. These are all issues that were high priorities for North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein before the pandemic. Lately, the office has focused on stimulus scams, vaccine scams and […]

Why you shouldn’t post a photo of your vaccination record on social media

(NEXSTAR) – You can gloat after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine – but don’t post your vaccination card on social media sites, several organizations are warning. According to Better Business Bureau, posting your vaccination record on social media can make you a victim of identity theft and “can help scammers create fake versions.” “Your card has […]

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