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Sarasota Art Center’s New Exhibits Works by Illustrator Mary GrandPré and More

Art Center Sarasota’s 2022-2023 exhibition season opens with four exhibitions, from October 15 to November 23. “Conjuring the Backstory” by Mary GrandPré presents the artist’s fascinating abstract and mixed-media paintings. “Focus: New College Art” is curated by New College professors Kim Anderson and Ryan Buyssens and features artwork from New College’s best and brightest thesis […]

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The Walk of Life at Leonardslee Gardens, Horsham

FAITH lies in pieces. The seven meter tall figure by South African sculptor Anton Smit is still in storage crates when I visit Leonardslee Sculpture Park. Construction methods permitted in South Africa, essentially raising the building blocks of the figure using a human anthill, do not pass health and safety in West Sussex. So the […]

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the art gallery of new south wales reveals its opening program

Step inside the newly expanded Art Gallery of New South Wales The Art Gallery of New South Wales has unveiled its new exhibitions, collections and first Tank commission with artist Adriàn Villar Rojas, as part of the Modern Sydney Project directed by SANAA. The opening programme, featuring works by over 900 Australian and international artists, […]

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Drew University Alum Anna King C’18 Opens Contemporary Art Gallery

Tags: Alums, Arts, career, CLA, homepage, nyc semesters Drew University Alum Anna King C’18 Opens Contemporary Art Gallery King drew on Drew’s experiences to open the Wolfgang Gallery in Atlanta September 2022 – Drew University alumna Anna King C’18 recently opened Wolfgang Gallerya contemporary art space in Atlanta showcasing works by established and active artists. […]

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Last chance! Attend These Summer Art Shows Around Chicago

Despite cooler days and slightly cooler nights as students return to school, plus a few changing leaves here and there, fall technically begins on September 22. The fall exhibition season is about the same. Fortunately, a number of city institutions are putting on some of their best summer shows through October, including ‘All That Glows […]

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Street art festival aims to make Detroit a destination for augmented reality murals

The idea of ​​Detroit as a place where technology and art come together is well worn, with the auto industry as the obvious driving force. It happens every day here, engineers and designers collaborating on high-performance machines that can look and feel amazing. Even President Joe Biden has made time in his schedule to visit […]

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Rooted in art: the exhibition “Dos Arbolitos” paints a picture of friendship and nature

Arturo Tello (left) and John Wullbrandt celebrate decades of friendship and painting in the two-person show, Dos Arbolitos If a picture is worth a thousand words, then it’s a photo that inspired a thousand (or so) paintings when the Oak Group gathered under a vast eponymous tree along the San Marcos Foothill Preserve 35 years […]

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Barbican Art Gallery: Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics

Carolee Schneemann: The Politics of the Body is the first UK survey of the work of an American artist Carolee Schneemann (1939-2019) and the first major exhibition since her death in 2019. Tracing Schneemann’s diverse, transgressive and interdisciplinary work over six decades, the exhibition celebrates a radical and pioneering artist who remains a feminist icon […]

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Inside the Art Hospital, where the National Art Gallery repairs and restores art

After being closed since August 2020 for renovations, the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur reopened to the public in June this year. It was a celebratory affair as not only four exhibitions were launched at the same time – including the national permanent collection exhibition Nusa – but the Young Contemporaries Awards, or Bakat […]

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Art Media Maven Louise Blouin in Hunt for $150 Million Hamptons Home

Published: September 17, 2022 | By: American Luxury Staff Louise Blouin, editor of Long Island Estate of Art magazine, recently returned to the northeast real estate market. Blouin — whose company, Louise Blouin Media, publishes Modern painters, Art+Auctionsand Gallery Guide – asks for $150 million for the complex. The property was titled La Dune. His […]

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Meet the designers who create everyday objects and art from human hair

Written by Francesca Perry, CNN There is a natural product that we grow ourselves that can be used to make clothes, ropes and even building materials – and much of it is wasted daily. But maybe not for long. An emerging wave of designers is harnessing the power of human hair to tap into issues […]

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“Showing my art in Bodø is like a new breath of freedom”

Capital of Culture and Barents Cooperation Behind the project are the organization Project 67 (Prosjekt 67) and Arctic Art Institute, with support from Bodø 2024 and BarentsKult. Project 67 focuses on art in public spaces and is part of Bodø 2024, the umbrella organization that will realize the plans to make the city the European […]

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Saturnalia, Indie Horror With An Art Style You Must See, Captures October Release Date

Saturnalia is an upcoming survival horror game with an extremely unique art style announced last month. Now we know when we can play it because Saturnalia has captured an October 27 release date. That’s when it’s coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC (via Epic Games Store). Developed […]

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Street art and mural festival in downtown Salina

Facebook page of the Salina Kanvas project“/>Image courtesy of the Salina Kanvas Project Facebook page By SALINA POST World-renowned muralists travel to Salina in October for the first Boom! Salina Street Art and Mural Festival. The festival is scheduled for October 6-16 in downtown Salina. It is conducted by the Salina Kanvas Project in cooperation […]

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Visual art Khasi-11 | Highland Post

(Continued from last week) https://highlandpost.com/the-khasi-visual-art-tradition-10/ However, the people of the state have yet to cultivate a taste for contemporary art, and most of the elites and wealthy people refrain from promoting art and indulge in art collecting, whether for an aesthetic appreciation or for a prospective investment. There is discourse between artists and intellectuals in […]

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Spy X Family Crossover Fan Art Recruit Pokemon Team Rocket

Animation professional and huge Pokemon fan Kiana Mai shares some fun Spy x Family and Pokemon crossover fan art we didn’t know we needed. Artist Kiana Mai has released Spy x Family and Pokemon crossover fan art of Team Rocket cosplaying the Forgers, and her level of perfection unites all the people of our nation. […]

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Campari and Belcanto launch campaign to defend global brains in art, music and bar

Campari has a long tradition of collaborating with creative minds and emerging artists. Since the end of the 19th century, the Italian brand has not only inspired the passion of bartenders around the world to create iconic masterpieces at the forefront of cocktail culture, such as the Negroni, but also through the art and creativity, […]

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Retrospective work by the late SUNY Oswego art faculty member to open the Tyler Art Gallery season | arts and entertainment

OSWEGO – “Al Bremmer: A Retrospective,” featuring the work of the late art professor emeritus SUNY Oswego, will kick off the college’s Tyler Art Gallery season. The exhibition will run from September 9 to October 9, with an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, September 16. The reception and exhibition are free […]

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Two Local Artists Launch Art Collections Featuring Philippine Flora, Fauna and Herbal Teas – Manila Bulletin

Art is a powerful tool for awareness and expression. For surface pattern designer Alessandra “Alessa” Lanot and illustrator Raxenne Maniquiz, love and passion for nature inspired them to feature and incorporate various wild plants and animals into their artwork. Left to right: Alessa Lanot of lifeafterbreakfast.ph and Raxenne Maniquiz at the product launch. Behind them […]

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Review: Art and Politics at War in Chagall at School by Grippo Stage Company

Art is entangled in the politics of the Russian Revolution in James Sherman’s new play, Chagall at school, currently staged by the Grippo Stage Company at Theater Wit. Georgette Verdin directs this world premiere, based on events in the life of artist Marc Chagall and featuring a star-studded list of famous artists of the time. […]

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Three Lessons in Art on Paper

Anyone who wants to learn anything about art will agree that convention centers are terrible sites for its display. Yet our current art market insists on such shoddy places, convinced that the next great finds will be buried in such bazaar surroundings. Under these circumstances, I find myself at the entrance to Pier 36 – […]

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How to turn a portrait into Pop Art with Photoshop

Pop art is an iconic art style that transports us back in time. All salute the hero of pop art, Andy Warhol, and a shout out to Roy Lichtenstein too. Today you can make yourself look like the muses of their work, with halftones, abstract colors, bold lines and shadows. Caroontify your portraits with this […]

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SF Opera’s ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ Mixes Art Deco Sophistication with Ancient Egyptian Mythology

Organza is not usually associated with “power dressing”. The lightweight, sheer fabric is often used to create cloud-like party dresses; bridal veils; and other clothing with soft and overtly feminine cultural connotations. But when soprano Amina Edris dons the golden organza cape made for the San Francisco Opera’s Centennial Season– opening of the production of […]

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Art Review: The Vanity of Small Differences by Grayson Perry in Salisbury Cathedral

“THE Vanity of Small Differences” is an exhibition of six huge tapestries by Grayson Perry, each inspired by William Hogarth The progress of the rakess, charts a stage in the journey of social mobility undertaken by the young Tim Rakewell (an ironic reference to Tom Rakewell, the protagonist of Hogarth). The tapestries include many of […]

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Native Art Gallery to Bring History, Opportunity to Iowa City

Decades after the time when Johnson County was nothing more than wilderness and hunting grounds for Native American tribesa historic building in Iowa City is being reclaimed as a future site of Native art, history and culture. The Indigenous Peoples Art Gallery and Café has a new home at 10 S. Gilbert St., where its […]

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Automated Plagiarism: Fury Against ‘Computer’ Winning Art Prize

Social media channels had a field day this week on awarding Colorado (US)-based emerging player and artist Jason Allen – who won the top prize at the Colorado State Fair Fine Arts Competition with his work. Théâtre D’Opéra Spatial (French for Space Opera Theatre). The winning work is an epic – an almost allegorical scene […]

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Obama’s portraits could be better

The Obamas returned to the White House on Wednesday — their first visit together since moving in 2017 — for the unveiling of their “official portraits.” These are not, for reference, the same portraits that were commissioned by the National Gallery in 2018, those that toured five cities across the country in what they, aptly, […]

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Young MZ Collectors Driving Korea’s Art Market Boom Are Just Beginning According to New Government Research

Much has been written about the young South Korean collecting class born after 1980 – known locally as MZ, a portmanteau of Millennials and Gen Z – who fuel its current art boom. Now it’s finally the subject of a government-backed in-depth study that breaks down the numbers on how and why they’re spending. The […]

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AI-generated art has won a fine art competition – and artists are taking action

AI art generators have had a huge impact on digital art in recent months. The latest tool builder, including DALL-E 2, MidJourney and Stable Diffusion, is capable of creating an incredible range of images based on text prompts – you basically tell them what you want them to create, what it’s either Sponge Bob Square […]

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Tarnanthi Art Fair goes live in 2022 with thousands of works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists • Glam Adelaide

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Photo: Norah Abbott The Art Gallery of South Australia’s popular Tarnanthi Art Fair will return as an online event from Friday October 14 to Monday October 17, 2022. Bigger than ever, the Tarnanthi Art Fair 2022 will also feature a series of public programs, including online and […]

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Art Notes August 31 – Sandpaper

COAST-DWELLING: “When Life Is Easy” is a 24 square inch mixed media artwork with hand-printed papers and awarded at the MSF exhibition. On view until September 5. All together now: At the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in Loveladies, the annual Member+Student+Faculty Exhibition is in place, through September 5. Judging by […]

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Egyptian Artist Appreciates Culture of Art Appreciation in South Africa

Hala Ahmed is grateful that there is greater interest in art among South African audiences than there is in Egypt. The young painter likes to paint portraits, landscapes and expressionist pieces. Born in Cairo, Egypt, the artist who goes by the name Hala Hany Farid in her work and on social media, was among the […]

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Corum – New Bulle: Art On The Wrist – Geneva Watch Days

At 47 mm, the Bubble X Aiiroh is an incentive to think big and in color. Its dial is indebted to “Street Rose,” a 2020 work in which French artist Aiiroh, who rose to prominence as a graffiti artist, uses strips torn from street posters and newspaper headlines to create a collage in the shape […]

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Google Cloud Neural Networks Creates 10,000 Artworks Using Only Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs

Artsy Monke 8865/10000. Oil painting. Disappeared at sea. The world’s most popular NFT is converted into machine-made paintings using AI software. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, USA, Sept. 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Since Google’s DeepDream program in 2015, machine learning has advanced significantly. We suddenly find ourselves able to create any image we can imagine in any style, […]

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Why the Tate Modern is more like a playground than an art gallery

It’s Tomorrow: Twentieth-Century Britain and Its Artists Michael Bird Thames and Hudsonp. 352£30 This book covers the period 1878-2000, offering thought-provoking commentary on some 120 years of experiences in modernity, and begins with the famous court case after John Ruskin accused James Whistler of “throwing a pot of paint in his face public”. But Michael […]