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The Artspace Group Show: Time

The passage of time feels stubbornly real. This ‘invention’ defines our being like no other, associated as it is with our concepts of memory, history, cause and effect. No surprise then that it’s inspired some truly great art

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The Art Angle Podcast: 8 Predictions on How the Art World Will Shift in 2021

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each week’s biggest story down to earth. Join host Andrew Goldstein every week for an in-depth look at what matters most in museums, the art market, and much more, with input

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Russian Janitor’s Mock GQ Photoshoot Pays Off

filippov_photo Fashion photographer Roman Phillipov snapped the chic photos of his friend, janitor Yury Vetlugin, in a bid to raise funds to help pay off Vetlugin’s debts — and the photos have become the latest Russian internet craze. The fashionable GQ-esque photographs appear alongside ordinary pictures of Vetlugin, 42, at work in the city of

Custom BMW R NineT Bike by Russian Custom Workshop Zillers Garage

Russian custom workshop Zillers Garage known far beyond the borders of the country. They did his new job together with the Russian division of BMW Motorrad. More: Instagram, BMW The project was based on the BMW R nineT, a neoclassical model that quickly became popular. The air-cooled box and propeller shaft are classic BMWs. In

Amazing Rare Photographs of The Romanovs’ Final Ball In Color, St Petersburg, Russia 1903

The last emperor of Russia Nicolas II dressed in the golden brocade of 17th-century Russian tsar Alexey Mikhailovich, standng with Empress Alexandra Fedorovna. All the jewellery was chosen by court jeweller Carl Faberge. These portrait photographs of Russia’s ruling Romanovs were taken in 1903 at the Winter Palace in majestic. St. Petersburg. Knowing what was

Japanese Artist Colors Anime-Inspired Paper Cutouts With Real-World Environments

Japanese artist Kotetsu blends illustration photography and kirie (Japanese traditional paper cutting) to create beautiful works of art that bring anime heroines into the real world. Instead of using ink or colored pencils to color the outfits of his illustrations, Kotetsu cuts out the paper canvas and juxtaposes his creations against various backdrops, thus letting

The Artspace Group Show: Royalty

Much of the history of art is the history of images of political and artistic royalty, which have collided time and again, often to extraordinary effect

6 Pranks Played on the Art World

In case you hadn’t noticed it’s April Fool’s Day – so forget the inside world for a moment or two and remember more carefree times. . .

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