April 8, 2021

Call For Artists

Yayoi Kusama’s Exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden Offers New Yorkers a Welcome Shot of Joy—See Images Here

After a year spent largely inside, New Yorkers have a joyful gift awaiting them at the New York Botanical Garden. The Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s mirrored orbs, bold polka dots, and signature pumpkins are being unveiled after a year’s delay amid the seasonal rebirth that is early spring, surrounded by blossoming daffodils and cherry trees.

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round three

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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Asian Art

An Indian Spa Embraces the Himalayan Landscape

The northern Indian state of Uttarakhand is a mountainous, forested landscape in the heart of the Himalayas. Capped by dramatic peaks and glaciers, Uttarakhand’s melting ice and snow nourishes the source of the Ganges River. On the Himalayan foothills, just beyond the riverside city of Rishikesh, the state’s natural and cultural heritage is evoked in a

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This Painting Was About to Hit the Auction Block in Spain for Just $1,780. Then Experts Discovered It Might Be a Caravaggio Worth Millions

The culture ministry of Spain has blocked the auction of a 17th-century painting after experts suggested it may have been made not by a follower of Caravaggio, as previously thought, but by the Renaissance master himself.  The artwork in question, a 44-by-34-inch oil-on-canvas depiction of the of the Ecce Homo, in which Jesus Christ is

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Art News

This Ultra-Cool Artist Is Was So Inspired by Teenagers in Malls That She Created an Installation Specifically for Nordstrom’s Flagship

You are probably not doing much aimless browsing in stores right now. But if you did find yourself walking through the airy fifth floor of Nordstrom’s 57th Street flagship in Manhattan, you would encounter an artist’s tender ode to suburban teenage girlhood tucked in between rows of cosmetic displays and candy-colored athleisure. The installation, by

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