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7 events for your arts calendar this week, from Max Colby at the Rock Center to Hugh Hayden’s outdoor show

Each week, we seek out the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings and events, both digital and in-person, in the New York area. Discover our selections from around the world below. (Times are all ET unless otherwise noted.) From Tuesday 18 January to Sunday 27 March They Consume Each Other (2018–21), supported in part by […]

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Trends to Watch in Art Collecting

Me 689 by Frank Arnold, at The Future Has Not Been Written, MAC Art Galleries at Jupiter IIn an industry where a banana taped to the wall can sell for $120,000, insiders are used to the ever-changing nuances of the art world. Add the COVID outbreak to an already unpredictable industry and it’s no surprise […]

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Redfern just scored a new masterpiece of street art requiring Premier Omicron’s escaped response

Street art legend Scottie Marsh is no stranger to political satire. Many of his most talked about murals poke fun at Scott Morrison, Tony Abbot, Gladys Berejiklian, and disgraced religious leader Cardinal George Pell. His latest blockbuster art work, which you can currently find in an alleyway at 28 Pitt Street in Redfern, targets the […]

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Trends to watch in the art collection

Me 689 by Frank Arnold, at The Future Has Not Been Written, MAC Art Galleries in Jupiter IIn an industry where a banana stuck to a wall can sell for $ 120,000, insiders are used to the ever-changing nuances of the art world. Add the COVID epidemic to an already unpredictable industry and it’s no […]

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Thoughts on various artistic mediums, why use pastel, part 26

Mary Cassatt – Pastels – Late Years / Studies of Mother and Child Some time ago we started an exploration of two-dimensional artistic media and focused on the lesser-known medium of pastel. Currently, a continuing look at a second famous female pastellist, Mary Cassatt (Rosalba Carriera of Venice which has already been discussed at length […]

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Thoughts on various artistic mediums, why use pastel, part 25

Mary Cassatt – Pastels – Late Years / Studies on Mother and Child Some time ago we started an exploration of two-dimensional artistic media and focused on the lesser-known medium of pastel. Currently, a continuing look at a second famous female pastellist, Mary Cassatt (Rosalba Carriera of Venice which has already been discussed at length […]

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Thoughts on various artistic mediums, why use pastel, part 24

Mary Cassatt-Pastels from the 1890s Some time ago we started an exploration of two-dimensional artistic media and focused on the lesser-known medium of pastel. Currently we are looking at a second famous pastellist, Mary Cassatt (Rosalba Carriera from Venice which has already been discussed at length was the first.) The origins of pastels can be […]

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October Local Art Highlights – LE MERCURE

It’s mid-season, and let’s be honest: you’re looking for anything to distract you from school right now. There’s nothing like local art to help you reset and get back into your academic groove. Clear your mind with this month’s DFW art highlights: 1. Paulo Nimer Pjota “Every empire shatters like a vase” Photo courtesy of […]

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Thoughts on various artistic mediums, why use pastel, part 19

Mary Cassatt-Becoming a Freelance Artist Some time ago we began an exploration of two-dimensional artistic mediums – oil, acrylic, watercolor, and a lengthy study of lesser-known pastel mediums. Now, to go ahead and explore a second famous pastellist – Mary Cassatt (Rosalba Carriera from Venice which has already been discussed at length was the first.) […]

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Thoughts on various artistic mediums, why use pastel, part 18

Mary Cassatt-The Early Years Some time ago we began an exploration of two-dimensional art mediums – oil, acrylic, watercolor, and a lengthy study of lesser-known pastel mediums. Now, moving forward after reviewing the major moments in the use of these special media through the latter part of the 19th century, we explore a second famous […]

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Street artist Vhils talks about his iconic art style and creative process [Podcast]

This week on My Modern Met’s Top Artist podcast, we chat with street artist Alexandre Farto, better known as Vhils. Known for his groundbreaking sculptures and explosive street art, Vhils has made a name for himself revealing thoughtful narratives behind city life. His work reinvents the role of graffiti as a method of taking into […]

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Why use pastel, part 14

Thoughts on Various Art Media: Why Use Pastel, Part 14 Summary from DaVinci to Holbein Some time ago we began an exploration of two-dimensional art media – oil, acrylic, watercolor, and a lengthy study of lesser-known pastel media. It was set aside to explore “An Artist’s Life”. Now let’s go ahead and start with a […]

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Add adventure to your family walks with a little appreciation for street art

Dan Anzil and his daughter, Kate, 16, have weathered the pandemic by finding ways to add adventure to their walks around Toronto’s neighborhoods. This includes hunting for cool street art. “There are beautiful murals all over our area,” said Anzil, who lives in Etobicoke. “On Dundas between Kipling and even in the junction, there are […]

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Develop Your Appreciation of Contemporary Art in Forties with These Artists | Visual arts | Hudson Valley

Editor’s Note: At press time in mid-March, most sites had canceled events until early May due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. We have decided to leave the art exhibition listings in the printed April issue in order to underline and underline the vitality and importance of the community of artists, galleries and museums […]