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The Jaw-Dropping Photography by Kaiyhun

I’m loving these amazing images by Vancouver-based photographer Kaiyhun, including the mesmerizing ‘Waves & Whales’ series produced in collaboration with Matt Walch. More: Kaiyhun, Instagram, …

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Found Photos Show Fashion Styles of ’80s Young Women

Fashion of the 1980s placed heavy emphasis on cheap clothes and fashion accessories and very big poofy hair. Apparel tended to be very bright and …

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Awesome LEGO-Inspired Artworks of Jaime Sanchez

Spanish 3D artist Jaime Sanchez creates clever digital artworks inspired by LEGO bricks. “I’m an art director and 3D artist. I create artworks for contemporary …

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“Emotional Struggle”: The Melancholic Creepy Self-Portraits of Miroslava Vikhrenko

Miroslava Vikhrenko is a Toronto based artist and photographer. Her series of self portraits in the horror genre is noteworthy. The melancholic atmosphere complements the …

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1XRUN Teams with Polaroid on Special Artist Collaboration

In celebration of their 11th anniversary as a publisher,  1XRUN collaborated with Polaroid to create limited-edition, vintage cameras outfitted with custom designs by five artists …

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Stance x KRINK Holiday Box Set

For over 2 decades New York City-based art materials company Krink has supplied many artists across the planet with colorful inks and tools to create …

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Artist Imagines How History’s Most Famous Painters Might Decorate Their Homes Based On The Color Pallettes Of Their Paintings

Vincent Van Gogh: ‘The Starry Night’ While artists love to take inspiration from the world to create breathtaking works of art, digital artist and interior …

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Artist Gives A Comically Exaggerated Representation Of Popular Characters And Phenomena In His Paintings

Painting has been considered high art. Thinking about paintings, one usually imagines big museums filled with thousands of exhibits and tourists sympathetic to art. Probably …

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William Blake’s Illustrations for Milton’s Paradise Lost, 1808

Satan Arousing the Rebel Angels William Blake (28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827) created three sets of illustrations for John Milton’s Paradise Lost (1667). …

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The Superb Mythological and Alternate History Paintings of Vsevolod Ivanov

he artist Vsevolod Ivanov presents us the Ancient Rus’ as he imagined it. He is deeply convinced that the history of ancient Russia is distorted …

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Gallery Archives The Bizarre Tradition Of African Popular Bootleg Movie Posters, And They’re So Bad They’re Good

Art traditionally is valued by its technical brilliance, the difficulty of execution, the composition and fundamentals of aesthetics. But some art circumvents all of these …

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Amazing Vintage Photographs of Fountain of Ice on Washington Boulevard in Detroit From the Early 20th Century

One of the unique features of Detroit in winter is the famous ice fountain on Washington Boulevard. Several jets of water are allowed to play …

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Stunning Winning Photos Of Nature inFocus Photography Contest 2021

Tag, You Are It! by Priyanka Rahut Mitra – Winner: Animal Behaviour Here are the winners and finalists of the Nature inFocus Photography Contest 2021, …

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Lady Summer

Lady Summer oil painting on canvas without a frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high-quality oil and palette knife, painting for the …

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Wildflowers by the sea

Wildflowers by the sea oil painting on canvas without a frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high-quality oil and palette knife, painting …

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The Indian Photo Festival Portrait Prize 2021 Finalists and Winners

The ‘Indian Photo Festival’ PORTRAIT PRIZE 2021 is a portrait competition open to photographers from the Indian subcontinent. Photographers have been making portraits for centuries …

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Summer day

Ah summer! This is one of my earliest works. I remember this little trip. The midday hot sun, absolutely calm and the clouds seemed to …

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In the open spaces

The original painting was made on canvas with a stretcher with lightfast oil paints.

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We Will Be Back Here

Original painting on silk in batik technique. Paints are rated archival quality from Germany and France, and the highest quality silk has been sourced from …

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Walking into the Light

Original painting on silk. Unique “Graphics on Silk” technique, self-developed by the artist. Acrylic based paints are rated archival quality from Germany and France, designed …

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Autumn Diary

Original painting on silk in batik technique. Paints are rated archival quality from Germany and France, and the highest quality silk has been sourced from …

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Mars Architectes Creates Mid-Block Density in Paris

You’d miss it from the street. From Avenue de Saint Mandé in Paris’ 12th district, there isn’t even a hint of a new building. In …

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From Exhibitions Tackling Islamophobia to More Jail Time for Art Patron Osman Kavala: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST A Herd of Bison Uncovered Ancient Rock Art Trove – A herd of Plains bison recently introduced to the Wanuskewin Heritage Park uncovered a trove of …

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Call to Submit: New Booooooom Photo Book

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Favourable wind

Когда мы устремляемся вслед мечты, сыне знаем где окажимся и какой мир нас будет окружать.

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Light Streams through Delicate Floral Bouquets Cast in Colorful Stained Glass

All images © Samantha Yates, shared with permission From her workshop in Shipley, West Yorkshire, artist Samantha Yates crafts long-stemmed botanicals in colorful stained glass. …

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Turkey Has Extended the Imprisonment of Philanthropist and Art Patron Osman Kavala, Inflaming International Human Rights Bodies

A court in Turkey has decided to keep philanthropist and art patron Osman Kavala behind bars despite a warning from the European Council—the 47-member bloc …

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Abstract, Textured Patterns Woven With Natural Fibers Compose Massive Wall Hangings by Tammy Kanat

All images © Tammy Kanat, shared with permission A decade into her weaving practice, Australian artist Tammy Kanat (previously) continues to explore the possibilities of …

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forgotten time

In this picture, I study the changing material world based on my global transcendental views. As a basis for the plot, I took the landscape …

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The Art Angle Podcast Re-Air: How High-Tech Van Gogh Became the Biggest Art Phenomenon Ever

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 …

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Ryûsuke Hamaguchi’s dramas of disconnection

IN THEIR EARLY DAYS, films weren’t as concerned with the realistic elaboration of action as with the various devices writers, directors, cinematographers, and production artists …

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Looking to the Future

Houda Bakkali is a multidisciplinary artist based in Spain. Her colourful, vibrant compositions are created using a variety of new digital illustration and graphic design …

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Germany Has Tapped the Prominent Green Party Politician Claudia Roth as Its Next Culture Minister

Germany has named Green Party politician Claudia Roth as its next culture minister. She will succeed Monika Grütters in the role as the government switches to …

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How French Stylist Agnès b. Became a Leading Street Art Collector

Futura, Autoportrait, n.d. Courtesy of the Agnès b. Collection. Portrait of Agnès b. by Kazou Ohishi. Courtesy of the Agnès b. Collection. Agnès b., born …

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Miniature Watercolor Works by Ruby Silvious Are Painted on Stained Teabags

All images © Ruby Silvious, shared with permission Ruby Silvious’s quaint seaside scenes and bucolic landscapes nestle between the torn edges and wrinkled folds of …

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Art Industry News: Documents Reveal the U.K. Government Could Return the Parthenon Marbles ‘If We Wanted’ + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need …

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Major Roman Mosaic Found in U.K., Veteran Curator Robert Jacobsen Dies, and More: Morning Links for November 26, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines ON WEDNESDAY, Germany’s new coalition government announced plans to bolster …

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Artist Spotlight: Ákos Ezer

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Fotografiska Aims to Become the Largest Private Museum in the World by 2023, Unveiling Plans to Expand to Miami, Shanghai, and Berlin

Fotografiska, the for-profit Swedish museum franchise, is adding three new locations to its existing roster of sites in Stockholm, Tallinn, and New York. The private …

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Photography Museum Fotografiska to Open Spaces in Berlin, Miami, and Shanghai

Fotografiska is in expansion mode, with plans to add three new spaces to its empire of photography museums by 2023. The private museum said on …

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Juxtapoz Shop Exclusive: Two Prints by Jux Founder, Robert Williams

In conjunction with the holiday season and on the cusp of our 28th anniversary, we are proud to announce 2 exclusive prints by Juxtapoz founder, …

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Technological Revival

In July 2016, Japanese electronics company Funai Electric ceased production of videocassette recorders. It was the last known VCR manufacturer in the world. During the …

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Rosalind Fox Solomon: The Forgotten @ Foley Gallery, NY

Pictures from Rosalind Fox Solomon’s The Forgotten introduce us to people who are chained to events in history that have permanently affected how they live. …

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Personal Effects: Paul Insect with Avant Arte in Amsterdam

As for most people out there, the past two years were an absolute roller coaster of personal and professional ups and downs, yet, in the …

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Looking to See Some Art Beyond a Fair Booth? Here Are 16 Museum and Gallery Shows to Visit During Art Basel Miami Beach 2021

During Miami Art Week (November 29–December 5), there will be plenty more to see beyond the Miami Beach Convention Center, the Ice Palace, and the …

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How Doug Aitken, Andy Goldsworthy, and Other Artists Turned a Former Retreat for San Francisco Elites Into a Stark Reminder of Climate Change

It’s almost impossible to think about San Francisco without thinking about its landscape: the bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, the 1989 Earthquake. California’s Golden City, …

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Need More Holiday Food Inspiration? Try These Recipes for Charles Gaines’s Candied Yams and Ragnar Kjartansson’s Lambchops

Just in time for the holidays, Phaidon has released a compendium of recipes by some of the world’s leading artists, including Ghada Amer, Jimmie Durham, Carsten …

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Chimera

A fantasy of the imagination. Multiple exposures, manipulated photo. Available on Hahnemühle William Turner Matt Fine Art Paper – 310 gsm or Breathing Color Optica …

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SERIE GEISHA 00041

This work is inspired by a mythical character, THE GEISHAS, who has been assigned an uncertain identity for years, due to the ratings attributed to …

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SERIE GEISHA 00040

This work is inspired by a mythical character, THE GEISHAS, who has been assigned an uncertain identity for years, due to the ratings attributed to …

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