February 26, 2021

Tree of love

Tree of love oil painting on canvas without frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high quality oil and palette knife, a picture for the interior of your home and positive emotions for the whole family . Ready to hang.

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“Space in Itself is a Language”: A Conversation with Joar Nango

When I call Sámi artist and architect Joar Nango, he’s sitting in his shared studio in Tromsø, Norway, illuminated in part by a wash of rose-tinted light and an orbiting disco ball lamp. Only a few weeks ago, from the same space, he launched the digital version of his iterative project Girjgumpi, (also known as

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Joe Biden Has Revoked Trump’s Executive Order Mandating Classical-Only Architecture for Federal Buildings and Restored ‘Freedom of Design’

Trump’s order to “make federal buildings beautiful again”—a move that many believed echoed mandates by fascist leaders of the 20th century—is no more, thanks to President Biden.  This week, Biden overturned Trump’s “Promoting Beautiful Federal Civic Architecture” executive order, which the former president signed into law last December during a spate of last-minute, lame duck

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A Bargain Hunter Picked Up This Small Ceramic Bowl for $35 at a Junk Sale. Now, It Could Sell for Up to $500,000 at Sotheby’s

A keen-eyed flea market shopper in Connecticut who bought a delicate blue-and-white porcelain bowl for just $35 is now sitting on a fortune, as the small object goes up for sale at Sotheby’s New York next month, where it could fetch up to $500,000. In a press release, the auction house said the shrewd consignor had an inkling

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The Director of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Will Explore a String of High-Profile Chinese Art Heists in His Next Film

Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu is adapting the story of a mysterious rash of Chinese art and antiquities heists for his next film. Warner Bros. will release The Great Chinese Art Heist, based on Alex W. Palmer’s 2018 GQ story of the same name, reports Deadline. The story identified a string of Chinese art thefts across Europe starting

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North American Art

Weekly Web Roundup: Feb. 26, 2021

Friday, February 26, 2021 Category:  Americans for the Arts News In a week when we’ve seen renewed attacks on Capitol Hill over federal arts funding, we are pleased to announce opportunities for full registration support to attend the National Arts Action Summit. Also this week: stories of community engagement and partnerships, arts marketing shifts for 2021,

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A Field of Dried Grass Is Suspended from the Ceiling in ‘French Exit’ by Artist Tadao Cern

“French Exit,” (2020-2021). All images © Tadao Cern, shared with permission In Tadao Cern’s sweeping installation “French Exit,” a cloud of feathery grasses looms over the room. The immersive artwork juxtaposes the ephemeral, dried material with the viewers who stand underneath as it creates a soothing and introspective space to consider the notions of farewells,

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Al J Thompson: Remnants of an Exodus

Remnants of an Exodus is Al J Thompson’s love letter to his second home of Spring Valley, a once-thriving Caribbean immigrant community under threat of gentrification, just 40 minutes from New York City.

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Chen Cheng Mei (1929–2020)

CHEN CHENG MEI, who died last December at the age of ninety-one, will be most remembered as the woman behind the Ten Men Art Group. This loose collective of Singapore-based artists made work inspired

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