Extra Ordinary: Magic, Mystery, and Imagination in American Realism, edited by Jeffrey Richmond-Moll and Philip Eliasoph. Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia. 2021.
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One of the most famous statues of Jesus—Rio de Janiero’s towering Christ the Redeemer—has some new competition. An even taller statue is currently under construction in Brazil, titled Christ the Protector. The statue, also depicting Jesus Christ with arms outstretched as if on the cross, will stand more than 140 feet tall, with a wingspan of more
A member of PAIN (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now), the advocacy group founded by artist Nan Goldin, says she was tailed by a man whom she and her compatriots believe to be an investigator hired
Given the fluidity of ink painting, it’s imperative that painters be armed with trouble-free brushes. Whether used for ink-and-wash painting (sumi-e in Japanese) or calligraphy, these brushes typically have relatively long bristles that respond well to the artist’s hand, moving pigment with little drag. Traditionally, there are two main types of East Asian ink painting