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#PUSSYVERSE an exhibition protesting the gender pay gap in the art world.

We run this mother “We can revolutionize everything, but only if we think so and if we unite. Like an army. SaveArtSpace and Pussy Riot have announced their upcoming #PUSSYVERSE exhibition, a public art exhibition of 10 works by female and LGBTQ+ artists that will be featured on billboards in 9 US states. The exhibition […]

Opening of Winners Showcase at Mills Pond Gallery

It’s time to honor the best of the best. The Smithtown Township Arts Council Winners Showcase Fine Art Exhibition opens Saturday, March 5 at Mills Pond Gallery in St. James. The exhibition features winning artists from the 2021 competition Members Showcase (Kyle Blumenthal, Donna Corvi, Margaret Minardi) A sense of place (Gia Horton Schifano) and […]

With $2 million to spend, should you buy a George Condo Head or an enchanting Marc Chagall? We asked an art consultant to choose

Should a single painting by Damien Hirst cost more than an entire Old Masters sale? Why is Adrian Ghenie’s auction record higher than Frida Kahlo’s? The strange, fickle, and largely subjective nature of art appraisal is one of the industry’s most enduring conundrums and sources of complaint. To analyze what lies behind some of the […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Window Wonderland opens this weekend

“We are delighted to make Window Wonderland bigger and better than last year’s very successful event,” noted Carol Jolly, Executive Director, The Junction BIA. “To celebrate our opening weekend, we are delighted to offer a performance of that of Toronto award-winning dance-theater company, CORPUS. The Sheep (The Sheep) is a funny and heartwarming group of […]

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 […]

Parkash Purb: Artist Donates 3 Works of Art for Holy City: The Tribune India

Deepkamal Kaur Tribune press service Sultanpur Lodhi, November 18 As worshipers begin to converge on the holy city of Guru Nanak for the 552nd Parkash Purb celebrations, there is something new and amazing to watch. The site is the Guru Nanak Art Gallery in Nirmal Kutiya, the dera of environmentalist Balbir Singh Seechewal. Right at […]

Newcastle Art Gallery could close in January for more than two years for long-awaited expansion | Newcastle Herald

news, news-advice, The Newcastle Art Gallery could close for up to two and a half years in January for its long-planned expansion if the council secures a $ 10 million federal grant. In a project update provided to councilors on Tuesday evening, council staff said the expansion project was on track to begin early next […]

“The Art of Banksy” in Chicago

While his true identity remains a mystery, the graffiti artist known only by the mononym Banksy has gained international fame. Little is known about the artist, except for speculation regarding his birthplace (Bristol, England) and his penchant for social commentary that manifests through his art. Songs like “Save or Delete”, “Rage, The Flower Thrower” and […]

Cartoonist Michael Gallagher will be featured at the “Roam in Jerome” event on November 6th

One Two Many by Michael Gallagher, acrylic canvas, 18×24. (House of Joy / Courtesy) Michael Gallagher comes from a long family line of renowned cartoonists and he will be featured at the “Roam in Jerome” event at the House of Joy Gallery and Arcade on Saturday, November 6, according to a press release. The House […]

Works of art during Japanese rule laid the foundation for Taiwanese identity

By Ken Wang, CNA Editor-in-Chief Walking the streets of Dadaocheng (大稻埕), one of Taipei’s premier international shopping districts, one sees streams of cheerful shoppers, vibrant merchandise and colorful signboards and one can easily imagine the hustle and bustle of the city. region at the beginning of the 20th century. Dadaocheng embraced international trade early on […]

Starlight Studio and Art Gallery – Buffalo Rising

Author: Jen Swan For this month’s spotlight, I had the opportunity to visit two organizations that focus on inclusiveness in the arts to speak with artists about their projects. The talented artists of Starlight Studio and Art Gallery and the dazzling cast, staff and writers of Unique Theater Company both create captivating works that you […]

Shop for cute, artist-designed caps – and this affordable art fundraiser – to support Melbourne’s Blindside Gallery

Now more than ever, small acts of kindness can have a big impact. “It’s good to give someone a hat. It’s also nice to call someone, give them a compliment or eat a delicious meal, ”according to award-winning Sydney artist Jason Phu. With other artists Sanja Pahoki (a Melburnian doing “art on existential anxiety [that’s] […]

Jasmine Roth reveals a beautiful decorating idea that you are sure to overlook

Jasmin roth, host of the show “Help! I destroyed my house, ”knows that many homeowners will opt for DIY to save money on renovations. Yet at the end of the day, these efforts often end up being a bigger puzzle than they are worth. In the Season 2 episode “Worth the Peace of Mind”, Roth […]

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 […]

Nicole Storm – Brooklyn Rail

In sight White columnsAugust 28 – October 16, 2021new York Nicole Storm’s first solo show in New York City is an exuberant installation of heavily crafted surfaces that combines abstract painting in color and calligraphic line art. Occupying half of the White Columns gallery, the exhibition presents a multicolored collection of mixed two-dimensional and sculptural […]

SculptureTucson hosts premier performance by renowned artist Rotraut in Arizona

TUCSON, Arizona (KOLD News 13) – World-renowned artist Rotraut will host his first comprehensive historical exhibition in Arizona, thanks to SculptureTucson. SculptureTucson is a local nonprofit organization committed to beautifying the local landscapes of Tucson with the development of sculptures, public works of art, and even workshops and resources for budding artists and collectors. From […]

Georgetown celebrates the arts program that uplifts the colors and moods of fall at Book Hill

With the onset of fall, splashes of color were spotted along Wisconsin Avenue, but artistic in nature and not arboreal. As part of a pilot public art program, Georgetown Celebrates the Arts enlivens the Main Street corridor with 43 public art pieces printed on ‘kake mono’ banners and ground installations along Book Hill between Volta […]

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 […]

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