March 25, 2021

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Ottograph has made artwork for clients like Greenpeace, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Mars, Ford, and Merecedes-Benz. recently ottograph has been getting international acclaim for his ‘fight the virus’ campaign. this is a large canvas. ink on canvas – signed -2021 certificate of authenticity included stretched: 85x150cm unstretched: 95x160cm coated with high quality lacquer , uv resistant

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Lush Tufted Tapestries Document Ecological Changes in Argentina’s Landscapes

All images © Alexandra Kehayoglou, shared with permission Designer Alexandra Kehayoglou (previously) creates exquisite pieces of flowing textiles that reference the rugged landscapes of her homeland, Argentina. In the creation of each tapestry, Kehayoglou transforms surplus carpet fabric into natural elements that range from a spectrum of Earth-colored mosses to clusters of trees and serpentine

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Art Therapy

A State-of-the-art Facility for Health Education Comes to Sydney

To enter the health profession has always been a bold decision. But today, more than ever, the field presents unprecedented challenges. Even though the Susan Wakil Health Building at the University of Sydney was designed before the pandemic, the team behind it had the prescience to understand that a building such as this should embrace

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Watch Julie Mehretu Surround Herself With Unfinished Canvases Until She Finds a Work’s ‘New Point of Entry’

Looking at one of Julie Mehretu‘s mammoth canvases is like peering into an alternate reality—the intersecting lines that crisscross in all directions conjure architectural plans and blue prints, but also relief maps and musical compositions. Often there are larger shapes that hover amid the chaos, anchoring it for a moment and orienting the viewer, but

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El Alba

De la serie “Memorias para un Presente” . Inspirado en el despertar espiritual.

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‘I Have Lived in Each Picture I’ve Made’: British Pop Painter Peter Phillips On the Best Advice He Was Ever Given And What’s Next For The Art World

British-born, Australia-based Pop art artist Peter Phillips has had a singular career. He studied at the Royal College of Art, London, graduating in 1962. There he befriended soon-to-be-legendary artists such as Ronald Kitaj and David Hockney and developed his own unique Pop language. Over the years, his career, and that of his wife, the model Claude Marion Xylander,

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Alicja Bielawska

“Exercises in interweaving time and places,” Alicja Bielawska’s latest exhibition, features monochrome portieres, colorful crayon drawings, and ceramic objects sparsely arranged along the walls, some

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Ray Johnson Spent the Final Years of His Life Developing an Enigmatic Photography Project. Now, It’s Finally Going on View

Never-before-seen photographs by Ray Johnson—the famously unfamous artist known for Neo-Dada collages, prankster performances, and inventive mail artworks—in the final years before his death will go on view in New York this summer. The show, which is tentatively scheduled for June at the Morgan Library and Museum (it was already delayed once by the pandemic),

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