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Archaeological Finding Points to Previously Unseen Connections Between Ancient Mesoamerican Civilizations

A recent archaeological finding in the ancient Mayan city-state of Tikal in Guatemala may reveal new links between the Mayan and Teotihuacan civilizations. According to …

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David Claerbout

The supplanting of the lens-based practices by the digital, David Claerbout proposes in his essay for the exhibition “Unseen Sound,” sealed the fate of photography’s …

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Art of Bug (mini 10)

Oil, canvas, mixed media, 30х30cm, 2021 I am concatenating three symbols: – Ikat ornament (my identity), – the glitch effect (which I compare to social …

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Artist Places Iconic Horror Characters Into Classic Disney’s Mickey Mouse Cartoons

Whatever your age is, we all loved Disney growing up and feel pretty nostalgic about it, but when you look back at the cartoons from …

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Designer Lydia Cambron Transforms Brand Logos into Protest Messages

New York-based designer Lydia Cambron has been transforming brand logos into protest messages and sharing them on Instagram. Of the work, she says, “I was …

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1XRUN Celebrates the Annual LSD Holiday, April 19th, aka “Bicycle Day” with New Print Drops

It’s been 78 years since Dr. Albert Hoffman famously discovered the psychoactive properties of LSD before stumbling off his bicycle. We like to celebrate this day …

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Maria

Female portrait. The author’s technique of “washed stone” acquires a new sound, changes, adjusts to the author’s mood. The girl was behind the tape of …

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How Helen Frankenthaler’s Color-Soaked Canvases Won over the Art Market

Portrait of Helen Frankenthaler at work in her studio, 1969. Photo by Ernst Haas/Hulton Archive. Image via Getty Images. This past June, at a Sotheby’s …

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Robot Dogs Are Remarkably Easy To Defeat Thanks To These Weak Spots

Twitter user @LenKusov actually published a list of all the ways you could thwart the robot dog and it’s actually pretty pathetic how easy it …

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Futuristic and Retro, Hyundai Transforms First-Generation 1975 Pony with Electric Powertrain

Designers at Hyundai present a celebration of both the company’s heritage and future-thinking ethos with an electric transformation of its 1975 Pony. The one-off design …

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The London Design Museum Is Getting Around the U.K.’s Strict Lockdown Measures by Reopening as a Grocery Store

London’s Design Museum has found a creative way around the continued lockdown on England’s public institutions and galleries. While museums must remain closed until May …

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Samson Young’s Sonic Explorations Reveal Unseen Histories of Territories, Conflict, and Separation

Birdsongs burst from behind the crowd, or maybe just ahead of it, in the corner. Its trills bounce and ricochet off the gallery walls. The …

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Bright, Saturated Color Cloaks Houseplants and Flowers in Kaleidoscopic Photographs

“Artichoke.” All images © Lindsey Rickert, shared with permission In Otherworldly Botanicals, Lindsey Rickert blankets sword ferns, a sprig of eucalyptus, dahlias, and other florals …

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Wyeth Trove to Maine Museum, Major Monet to Sotheby’s, and More: Morning Links from April 19, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE FARNSWORTH ART MUSEUM IN ROCKLAND, MAINE, has received a gift of 27 …

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Art Industry News: A New York Museum Is Offering Free Admission to Anyone With Proof of Vaccination + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need …

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True Love

‘Her essence’ Series shows the woman’s essence in minimalistic forms and a limited range of colors.

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Red Gold Cooper Metal Bear

2.5 mm wall thickness metal covered by gold leaf imitation or pure real silver leaf, supported with wood pedestal. Unique, original, one of a kind

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Looking forward

‘Her essence’ Series shows the woman’s essence in minimalistic forms and a limited range of colors.

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5 Questions with Rand Suffolk

The Future Now Symposium is an exploration of 21st century culture through the mechanism of art, running 28 April – 1 May. This multidisciplinary four-day virtual …

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ARTnews Parent Invests in South by Southwest Festival

South by Southwest, the massive two-week festival of music, movies and technology held every March in Austin, Texas, announced that it had sold a 50% …

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New Paintings 2: Eddie Martinez @ Loyal, Stockholm

The exhibition title New Paintings 2 is a nod to Eddie Martinez’s 2008 solo show at Loyal titled New Paintings. And with that “2” Eddie …

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Not Looking Back

This painting is from ‘Her essence’ Series, shows the woman’s essence in minimalistic forms and a limited range of colors.

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Artist Spotlight: Paul White

New drawings from artist Paul White (previously featured here).                             Paul White’s …

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“Scenes from the Last Day on Planet Earth” by Photographer Chris Maggio

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Embrace

Embrace (composition №89) Embrace — gentle, strong, trembling, amazing, giving a sense of warmth, security and forgiveness. It gives a state of trembling happiness. It …

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Ania Hobson: Cool, Calm Composer

Picture a dog lolling around on his back, legs akimbo, or a cat awakening from its nap, stretching and ready to stalk. A tree in …

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Reality Kings: Willehad Eilers and Philip Mueller @ Harlan Levey Projects

The romanticized version of the story goes that during the Art Dallas fair all the way back in the year 2019, Willehad Eilers had a conversation …

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Pixy Liao: Your Gaze Belongs to Me

Pixy Liao is exemplary of a new generation of photographic artists experimenting with the possibilities of portraiture in depicting modern partnership. Her works emerge from …

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Painter Robert Nava Is Hated by Art-World Know-It-Alls. So Why Are Collectors Fighting for Anything From His Studio?

A version of this story first appeared in the spring 2021 Artnet Intelligence Report, which you can download in full for free here.   In early …

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What If an Artist Were Your History Teacher? A New Photography Exhibition at the Guggenheim Questions How We Depict the Past

“Fake news” will be a tempting aperture through which to approach “Off the Record,” a new group show at the Guggenheim that looks at the …

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The Guggenheim’s New Show of All-Star Photoconceptualists Questions Official Records and How We Depict the Past

“Fake news” will be a tempting aperture through which to approach “Off the Record,” a new group show at the Guggenheim that looks at the …

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What I Buy and Why: Physician Christian Le Dorze on Opening an Art Center at a Vineyard, and the Outdoor Works He’s Collecting Now

Christian Le Dorze, the French healthcare executive and physician, has an unlikely trio of expertise: medicine, wine, and art. His love of contemporary art began in …

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my apples fall into the sky

When we are young, we know that everything that we dream of awaits in front of us, and very soon something will happen for which …

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This Artist Recreates John Wick Scenes With Miniature Figures

According to Anindo Rudro: “My name is Anindo Rudro from Chittagong, Bangladesh. I’ve been doing miniature photography for about 5 years now. I’ve seen so …

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“The Closer You Are…”: Superb Emotional and Cyberpunk Illustrations by Death & Milk

Reminiscent of Daft Punk’s designs at times, adding more modern dress codes and a touch of martial arts, the Death & Milk artist manages to …

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Brett Graham

Ka pari te tai moana, ka timu te tai tangata: When the ocean tide rises, the human tide recedes. This whakatauākī, or proverb—first uttered in 1822 …

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Beautiful Photos of Sakura Blooming in Japan by Hidenobu Suzuki

Spring is the best season to visit Japan. You will be surprised to see the beauty of its nature. It is full of blooming trees …

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Spectacular Winning Images of The 2021 World Press Photo Contest

The World Press Photo Foundation is proud to present the category winners of the 2021 World Press Photo Contests, selected by an independent jury. The …

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ASCENT

Large abstract painting for a modern interior with a misty waterfall “Ascent”. “What’s up there? Do I see green hills, or are they thick clouds that …

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ONE DAY IN JANUARY

Abstract Christmas painting with winter forest and house “ONE DAY IN JANUARY”. In the run-up to Christmas and New year, I wanted to portray something …

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HEAVY CHARACTER

Snowstorm rocks abstract emotional painting. I created this painting by talking about my personal feelings and the feelings of many people who face the dark …

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MY DISTANT HOME

Abstract contemporary painting for sale with a misty hill and a house “My distant home”. Clouds descended on the green mountains. We see a hidden …

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MEDITATION

Large mountain healing painting “Meditation”. This painting conveys an atmosphere of solitude, lightness and coolness. The feeling of flying between the mountains, covered with a …

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SEA AND SAND

Neutral abstract seascape with a hill on canvas. I wanted to create something simple and elegant, where there is everything that is necessary and nothing …

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Veronika Kryukova

My deep desire is to help people. When I started creating my paintings, people started telling me that my paintings calmed them down and that …

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Portrait of Young Man

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

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Drawing- Portrait of Young man

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

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Collioure

Watercolors and sketches made in-situ were used as studies for this oil painting. It depicts a typical street leading to the sea. In the background …

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Party

Drawing on brown paper (150g) Note: This artwork is unstretched and unframed for selling. Also comes with Certificate of Authenticity. All works are copyrighted and …

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Drawing- Party

Drawing on brown paper (150g) FREE shipping to worldwide by SF International or China post, You maybe get it in about 15 -25 workdays.(Note: During …

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