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India’s art history in one source

The history of art in India, which dates back 10,000 years to the rock drawings of Bhimbetka, has long been told through a Western lens or written by Indian scholars in a dense, academic style that seemed inaccessible to many. . But that will soon change, when MAP Academy’s Encyclopedia of Indian Art goes live […]

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Newbolds Offers Kid-Friendly Art History Tour at The Brinton | A&E

SHERIDAN — What if? This is one of the great questions of children’s literature. How about giving a mouse a cookie? What if a cat with a hat showed up at your door and wanted to play? What if you could navigate where the wild things are? One day, while visiting the Picasso Museum in […]

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Presentation of black artists at the Rose Art Museum

Presentation of black artists at the Rose Art Museum The museum’s curatorial team is dedicated to amplifying diverse and marginalized voices as a form of radical storytelling. Installation view, re:collections, Six Decades at the Rose Art Museum, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, June 25, 2021–June 2, 2024. Photo by Mel Taing. Courtesy of Rose Art […]

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A fresh take on religious art as Pershore Abbey hosts exhibition by artist Oliver Jones

TWO IMPORTANT works of art by Shropshire-based artist Oliver Jones are on display at Pershore Abbey for a limited time. Divine and #motherandchild were selected because they have similarities to certain forms of religious art. They make no comment on creed or faith, but appear “at home” against the backdrop of the abbey’s impressive architecture. […]

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8 Beautiful San Antonio Art Exhibits to Fall in Love With This Month

February is a good month to be bewitched, smitten and delighted. And even if it’s not with the perfect Prince/Princess Charming, these San Antonio art exhibits – showcasing a variety of impressive works in video and photography, figurative and surrealist arts, American modernism, fashion, fibers and textiles – will dazzle and delight, inform and entertain, […]

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WHAT’S ON NOW // Six art exhibitions and public installations to see right now – Scout Magazine

Above: 900 oranges by Gathie Falk. All photos by Kristin Lim. Immerse yourself in the work of three prominent Vancouver artists, Evan Lee, Steven Shearer and Elizabeth Zvonar, in three solo exhibitions currently on view. Plus, new public art to see. EVAN LEE | Last chance to see the Evan Lee exhibition Forge at the […]

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Art historians turn to TikTok to shake up the narrative

In May 2021, Australian art historian and TikToker Mary McGillivray went viral for using her knowledge of visual geometry to demystify a claim as Eurovision winners Måneskin snorted cocaine in the green room. In her clip on the video-sharing app, she used her background in Renaissance art to map angles and prove singer Damiano David’s […]

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Allison Katz Camden Art Center review: Fun and unsettling, she’ll leave your head spinning

Review at a glance I If you stop to think about it, painting is a strange activity. Putting a colored pigment mixed with a medium on a surface either to describe something, to express feelings, or to make a political or social point is somewhat absurd. It’s also wonderful, of course; a domain only limited […]

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A magical journey through the history of Turkish art

Bozlu Art Project’s latest exhibition showcases artists from the Ottoman Empire, from the earliest days of the Turkish Republic to our present time, over three floors of perfectly arranged inspiring works. Bozlu Art Project is hosting a new exhibition titled “Laterna Magica: The Dr Sukru Bozluolcay Collection”. The exhibition takes place in the Sisli district […]

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Art Review: Art History and Modernism Converge in Portland Gallery’s First Exhibition

There’s a new art venue in town: Alice Gauvin Gallery, located on the stretch of York Street towards Casco Bay Bridge from Yosaku Restaurant. A native of Mainer, Gauvin studied at Colby College and the University of Cambridge and most recently worked in the conservation department of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The […]

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Your concise guide to New York art for January 2022

The mood is for reflection and soul-searching in New York in January, as artists consider the mirrors and windows, the people we’ve lost, and the punitive and patriarchal systems – political, prison and capitalist – that have been built to fail us. . Yet hope is also present in the myriad possibilities and the limitless […]

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‘Visva-Bharatiyan’ PE Thomas, genius who feared glory | Art and culture

The tranquility on the campus of Visva-Bharati University in Santiniketan, Calcutta, which turns 100 on December 23, 2021, provided the answer to our question: how did a sculptor of unprecedented creativity manage to avoid the limelight and live a “quiet” life for years to come? It seems the silence in college must have taught world-class […]

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The complex legacy of Daniel Johnston’s art — Sightlines

As it did with the popular Mark Mothersbaugh (of Devo) exhibition in 2016 (which also crossed over to SXSW), Contemporary Austin showcases another artist who straddles genres and fits Austin’s status as a city of music. On view until March 20, 2022 and organized by the Contemporary, “I Live My Broken Dreams” is the first […]

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State of the Art and Criticism – The New Indian Express

One of the most important ideas that reshaped the concept of art in its post-modern manifestations was the refutation of the celebrated artist as a prophet. The artist-prophet was placed at the center of a certain type of worship practice that dominated 20th-century modern art. It is by exploiting this religious practice that the art […]

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A graphic art style full of stories and details

Growing up in the foothills of Benaughlin Mountain surrounded by creative family members, Mark Healy’s interest and enthusiasm for art and design grew from an early age. His journey as an artist took him from his hometown of Fermanagh to his studies in England and for a time in Seoul, South Korea. Now based in […]

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Visit the Barnes Foundation of Philadelphia to relearn how to appreciate art

Albert C. Barnes’ collection of paintings began in 1912, purely as a hobby. He had no education or training in art history Mathur paul | Posted on 05/18/19, 12:29 PM Creation Barnes is home to an unforgettable collection of early Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Modernist paintings. It was created by one man, a self-made man, born […]

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Memories of Art Appreciation – in a Flash – at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Art and architecture critic June 2, 2017 Jacques-Louis David. “The Death of Socrates”, 1787. (Collection Catherine Lorillard Wolfe / The Metropolitan Museum of Art) It was a summer city tour, when I was in my first year in college and hadn’t spent much time in art museums yet. I went with a group of friends, […]

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EETimes – Art Appreciation for Engineers

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> Although artists and scientists may view nature and the physical world in different ways, there are many parallels between how they interpret key ideas relating to time and space. In his recent blog titled “Who Said Engineers Can’t Think,” Martin Rowe lamented the appalling attitude […]

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Digital Futurism: A Discussion of Popular Video Game Art Style (Part 1)

Join Gaming Leaders, Alongside GamesBeat and Facebook Gaming, For Their 2nd Annual GamesBeat & Facebook Gaming Summit | GamesBeat: Into the Metaverse 2 January 25-27, 2022. Learn more about the event. An electronic cyber art trend has emerged in the video game psyche over the past two decades, and it is booming with modern indie […]