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“House of God”: Amazing Psychedelic, Fractal, and Extruded Artworks of Victor Stone

Victor Stone is a digital artist who has been involved in creating digital art through thousands of creations so far. Mostly his art consists of …

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“Dream Catcher”: The Superb Imaginative Concept Artworks of Mark Kirton

Mark Kirton, who is known as Markrenders on Instagram, is from United Kingdom. He is a digital artist that uses his skills in Photoshop and …

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Tulip

Tulips are not my favourite kind of flowers, but sometimes I like to paint them.

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Untitled

The picture was painted in an expressive style with a palette knife. Bold and daring strokes add dynamism to the painting. The girl did not …

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Caviar of time

Our life is short, it fits on one dial of the wall clock, so spend your time only on better emotions and feelings. We’re like …

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WHERE I WANTED TO BE

Abstract Mountain Painting on Canvas for Sale “WHERE I WANTED TO BE”. This painting is created with new paints Golden Fluid Acrylics, before that I …

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What is God?

A little poem? A reverie? A meditation? An irrational number? A rational number? Tranquil, deep, infinite…

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From Hunter Biden’s Life as an Artist to a Brazen Theft at an Italian TV Station: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST Hunter Biden, Unfiltered – The first son spoke to Artnet News’s Katya Kazakina about his newfound love of painting, and how it’s helping him in …

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New York’s Callicoon Fine Arts to Close

Respected New York gallery Callicoon Fine Arts has announced that it will shutter following the July 17 close of its last show. The news was …

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An Eclectic Group Show Features Sound Sculptures, Collages, and Toy Assemblages for the Annual BBA Artist Prize

By June Lee. All images courtesy of BBA Artist Prize, shared with permission A broad, varied collection of work from 20 emerging artists converges in …

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Traditional Chinese Characters and Motifs Cover Ming Lu’s Porcelain Busts and Ducks

“Dialogue, Reaching the Station We’ll Never Reach” (2019), blue and white porcelain, 26 x 18 x 18 centimeters. All images © Ming Lu, shared with …

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What’s Driving the Explosive Market Rise for Aboudia’s Vibrant Works

Aboudia, Untitled, 2013. Courtesy of Christie’s Images Ltd. This past May, at a Sotheby’s online sale, bidders around the world all wanted the same painting: …

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The Digital Diaspora: Liberating Black Creativity @ Superchief Gallery

The Digital Diaspora is an art exhibition, public installation, and fundraising NFT auction taking place over the weekend of Juneteenth (6/19/21) in New York City. Celebrating …

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Watering Place

Watering Place (composition №36) A mountain river carrying its cool waters in the shadows of a grand cliff beckons casual travelers and animals. Images of …

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Woman Put A Water Fountain With A Camera In Her Yard, Here Are Stunning Photos Of Regular Visitors

Jennifer George lives in a semi-rural area in San Diego County and used to watch various animals wandering into her yard from a distance until …

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Photographer Captures Beautiful Polish Folklore Costumes In A Painting-Like Style

According to a photographer Anna Węcel: “My name is Anna Węcel, and I show the beautiful Polish folklore in a painterly way. I’m a children’s …

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“Exodar”: The Superb Dark Graphic Design Experiments of Tom Arena

Tom Arena is an allround creative from Geneva, Switzerland. He’s mostly known for his motocross and rave influenced graphic design work on Instagram. “An artist …

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Billionaire Donates More to Renamed Museum, Artists Split Prize, and More: Morning Links for June 18, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THERE’S MORE UNUSUAL ART-PRIZE ACTIVITY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. The jury …

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Extraordinary Aerial Photographs of London From the 1920s Taken by Alfred G Buckham

Creating spectacular images in the face of technical and physical adversity, Captain Alfred G Buckham (1879-1956) was the foremost aerial photographer of his day. Between …

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Embracing Change

Over the past 18 months, we’ve become accustomed to attending digital events: Zoom meetings, livestreams and, in the art world, virtual viewing rooms. After over …

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10 New Murals Will Pop Up Across New York This Summer Thanks to a New Professional Development Initiative for Black Artists

This weekend, on Juneteenth, a new mural celebrating the labor of Black women activists will be unveiled in Brooklyn. The work of Harlem- and Brooklyn-based …

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10 New Murals Will Pop Up Across the New York This Summer Thanks to a New Professional Development Initiative for Black Artists

This weekend, on Juneteenth, a new mural celebrating the labor of Black women activists will be unveiled in Brooklyn. The work of Harlem- and Brooklyn-based …

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Drawing- Heron

Drawing on professional paper (Canson 160g) Note: This artwork is unstretched and unframed for selling. Also comes with Certificate of Authenticity. All works are copyrighted …

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Distorting Reality

Luka Khabelashvili (b. 1999) is a self-taught photographer from Gori, Georgia. Shooting mainly on digital cameras, he manipulates scenes to create something abstract and surreal. …

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New York, New Music 1980–1986 @ the Museum of the City of New York

The music and imagery coming out of NYC in the late 1970s and into the early to mid 1980s has traveled and influenced global street …

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Earth Vessel: Andrew Schoultz @ Volery Gallery, Dubai

Our long-time friend and artist whose museum shows, gallery presentations, mural projects, and public interventions we’ve been featuring for years, Andrew Schoultz, is currently having …

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Lindsay Gwinn Parker: A Live/Work in New Hampshire

My studio has been in my apartment for the past few years. Initially, it was a choice made out of necessity—it was less expensive and …

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Hilde Honerud’s Photographs of Exercise Activities in Refugee Camps

Moria Camp in Greece was notorious for being Europe’s worst refugee camp. Designed to house 3000, the camp fluctuated between 6000–21000 people before burning down …

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Wonder Which High-Tech Van Gogh Show to Gogh to? Here Are Photos From New York’s Dueling Attractions to Help You Decide

You cannot escape the spectacle of Van Gogh in New York right now. Indeed, if you’ve been out walking around Chinatown or the Lower East …

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Monochrome Blackboard

The first monochrome Black Schoolboard by Anastasia Vasilyeva. The color is similar to graphite. The multilayers technique makes the artwork’s deep effect. The artist plays …

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A New Book on Barkley Hendricks Shows How the Artist ‘Made Everyone Feel Like a Photographer’s Model’—See Images Here

The late artist Barkley L. Hendricks was best known as a painter, often capturing the swagger and gravitas of everyday Black people. He set full-length …

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The Art Angle Podcast: How High-Tech Van Gogh Became the Biggest Art Phenomenon Ever

Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each …

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Hit the Road With These 4 Unforgettable Land Art Road Trips, From a Visit to the ‘Lightning Field’ to a Cruise Through the ‘Ghost Ranch’

“There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars,” Jack Kerouac wrote in On The Road, forever capturing the …

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A Delightful Animation Chronicles a Peaceful Spring Hike through a Camera’s Viewfinder

 “Viewfinder” is a charming animation about exploring the outdoors from the Seoul-based studio VCRWORKS. The second episode in the recently launched Rhythmens series, the …

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Researchers Test How Prehistoric Cave Artists Lit Their Studios

The cave art of our distant ancestors has always been the object of fascination, but the details of how this work was made are often …

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34 Pre-Columbian Artifacts Returned to Mexico by Germans

On Wednesday, Mexico revealed that it had received 34 pre-Columbian artifacts that were owned by two German citizens. The two citizens, who were not identified …

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Adam and Eve.

In the center of the canvas is depicted the fused, inseparable figure of Adam and Eve. They have a common torso, arms and legs, but …

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Andrew Hunt on the eleventh Liverpool Biennial

TAKING THE GUISE of a shape-shifting, benevolent creature composed of several interrelated yet sometimes conflicting personalities—seer, hedonist, eroticist, scholar, and scientist, we could call

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Eva with white berd

One of a kind artwork This artwork is sold unframed. This is an original picture. The artwork is titled and signed on the back and …

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The Illusionist

The pictorial realization of metaphor by means of a pictorial work. Stylization of the carnival culture of the 18th century, fancifully mixed with the theme …

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An Undulating Roof Made of Cedar and Steel Flows Out from a Pool House in Ontario

All images courtesy of Partisans A steel slatted roof ripples across a property in southwestern Ontario, providing a meditative enclave under its gently sloping cover. …

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Germany Unveils Comprehensive Database of Its Benin Bronzes

In April, Germany made a landmark promise to begin returning the Benin Bronzes—thousands of objects stolen by British soldiers during the 19th century—in its holdings …

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In Honor of Juneteenth | Nonprofit Report

Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the importance of Juneteenth and how we as a society talk about the history slavery, with guests; Woody Keown, …

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Trying to Remember What Office Life Is Like? Here Are Five Artworks That Will Bring the Memories Flooding Back

Offices have been with us for centuries. In the 1600s, professionals in major European cities began to work in defined spaces, outside the home. A few …

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Janet Malcolm (1934–2021)

Janet Malcolm, a longtime writer for the New Yorker who influenced generations of essayists and journalists with her trenchant, lucid prose and fearless approach to …

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‘My Whole Purpose Was to Break the Tradition’: Watch Pakistani Artist Shahzia Sikander Subvert the Ancient Practice of Miniature Painting

The Pakistani artist Shahzia Sikander helped create a whole new genre of painting known as neo-miniature—all before she’d finished her art degree. The extremely time-consuming …

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Wave theory

The painting “Wave theory 001” made as a custom order for a condominium on the beach in California. The math formulas of Wave theory are …

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10 In-Demand Works on Artsy This Week

In this weekly series, Artsy’s Curatorial and Editorial teams offer a look at the artworks that are currently gaining traction among collectors on Artsy. Looking …

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The British Library Has Joined Forces With Other U.K. Institutions to Save a Historic Manuscript Collection From the Auction Block

Next month, a once-in-a-generation collection of literary manuscripts, including pieces by Jane Austen, Walter Scott, and the Brontë sisters, was set to hit the auction …

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London’s Royal Academy Has Pulled an Artist’s Work From Its Gift Shop After Online Backlash Over Her ‘Transphobic’ Views

London’s Royal Academy has pulled a work by artist Jess de Wahls from its online shop after online critics denounced the institution for giving a …

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