October 8, 2020

Guillaume Simoneau

When Canadian artist Guillaume Simoneau was a young boy, his family took in orphaned crows and his mother photographed her children’s surprisingly tender interactions with the birds. Across the world

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Osmosis

This artwork was created by me in a single original. The technique is oil on canvas. The canvas is stretched on a wooden frame cm 2, with hook on the back. The edges are painted and artwork is ready to hang. On the painting there is a layer of final varnish that protects against UV

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Nostalgic

This artwork was created by me in a single original. The technique is oil on canvas. The canvas is stretched on a wooden frame cm 2, with hook on the back. The edges are painted and artwork is ready to hang. On the painting there is a layer of final varnish that protects against UV

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Art News

‘I Felt Like I Was Trapped in Amber’: Painter Christina Quarles on How the Hazy Confusions of Lockdown Inspired Her Latest Show

Christina Quarles beamed at me from across the Atlantic over Zoom. The artist was on vacation in Northern California, although in another world she would be in London for Frieze Week, installing her latest solo exhibition at Pilar Corrias. The interruption of travel meant that she had to send the finished works without being there

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North American Art

US Medical Bills Turned Into Paintings and Sold to Erase Debt

An art collective in the United States has come up with a novel way of paying off three people’s medical debt: turning their hospital bills into huge paintings and selling them to collectors for thousands of dollars. More: Medical Bill Art h/t: rediff MSCHF, a Brooklyn-based group of artists and designers, painstakingly recreated three peoples’

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