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Beautiful creature

In the summer, my family and I move to a house on the lake, far from the city. Around the forest and wildlife. When I …

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Art Industry News: Stonehenge Could Lose Its World Heritage Status Due to ‘Combative and Dismissive’ Politicians + 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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State of mind 2

Our mindsets dictate our product and output. The mind presides over our endeavors The Power of mindsets should be trained and nurtured towards achieving the …

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Purpose of existence 3

People believe money is power in my society – because the leaders steal money to oppress and suffer the poor. But I realize the opposite …

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Here comes the rain again (1)

“Begins again the smell of rain” or rainy weather in the Alps, (Portes du Soleil region) is a project with a length of multiple years, …

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Abstracted Movement

Jessica Backhaus (b. 1970) arranges tiny paper cut outs in the baking Berlin summer sun. As the pink, blue and yellow shapes begin to curl …

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“Myth” by Artist Jérôme Berthier

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Photographer Spotlight: Boe Marion

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That’s Where The Beauty Is: Margaret Kilgallen’s Retrospective Hits Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht

“I spend a lot of time going over the line and over the line and trying to make it straight, and I’ll never be able …

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Phlegm: Monuments Large and Small

Many artists enjoy tantalizing the media and public by playing cat-and-mouse in a practice that feels a bit indulgent, often frustrating. A few do have …

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WATCH: “Wangechi Mutu: Between the Earth and the Sky” for Art21

After her phenomenal exhibition at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, we were so excited to see Wangechi Mutu’s profile with Art21 this weekend. …

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“2001: A Space Odyssey” Rendered in the Style of Picasso

Experimenting with deep neural network-based style transfer, Bhautik Joshi has rendered Stanley Kubrick’s classic “2001: A Space Odyssey” in the style of Picasso. Behold, “2001: A …

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‘I Was Left With My Thoughts’: How Author Teju Cole Distilled the Tragedies of 2020 Into Quiet Photos of His Kitchen Counter

A sauce-covered spoon resting in a white dish. A stainless steel pan filled with sprigs of thyme. A metal cake sheet showing signs of wear. These …

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Artist Studies Psychoanalysis And Visualize The States Of The Subconscious In Her Bizarre Sculptures

According to Polina Verbytska: “I have always been interested in how the human psyche is arranged. I was especially interested in psychoanalysis because I believe …

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Stunning Photo Manipulations Of Animals Photoshopped Into The Most Random Things By Les Creatonautes

Animals and plants—or nature in general—have always been a huge inspiration to many artists across the world. But have any of us ever tried to …

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Content Producer Lost Her Job During The Pandemic, So She Started Drawing

According to Kelley Hudson: “During the pandemic, I lost my job as a content producer and was unable to find work in that field for …

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turbine

In this painting, I conveyed a dynamic state, for this I synthesized the image of an ancient hero and a turbine of a modern aircraft. …

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Inspiring & Rare Color Photographs Of Everyday Life In Hong Kong From The Photographer Fan Ho

Here are rare and beautiful color photographs from Master photographer Fan Ho. We have seen a lot of his Black and White photographs, but in …

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Artsy Insider: The Most In-Demand Artists of 2021’s Second Quarter

By order of appearance: Oh de Laval, What cannot be said will be wept, 2021. Courtesy of Unit London. Szabolcs Bozó, C.XL.004, 2019. Courtesy of …

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Pandemic Inspires Artist to Turn Artificial Fingernails Into Stunning Works of Art

A young Vietnamese nail art expert who had to close down his business during the pandemic, used the time off to develop a stunning new …

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Prost #4

40*40cm, cotton stretched canvas, 2021. Oil, tempera. The artwork is signed on the back and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity. The canvas is stretched …

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This Artist Uses Her Face As A Canvas

According to Lana van den Heuvel, a makeup artist and photographer: “Ever since I was a kid, I have loved makeup and face painting. It …

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Evocative Sculptures And Wearable Pieces Were Created With Ordinary Fabric

According to Mariko Kusumoto: “I am fascinated by the potential of common materials like polyester, nylon, and cotton, and my goal is to bring out …

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Funny Dark Humor Comics By Artist Jenna Noble

It is said that art mimics the events that happen in the real world and artists very often get inspired by the things that occur …

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Artist Cosplays As Well-Known Characters, Celebrities And Paintings

Olga Tolstunova is passionate about her work as an art critic. So much so that she goes an extra mile to grab the attention of …

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A 58-Year-Old Lady Creates Magical Costumes That Can Transport You to Another World

Meet Marina Badianova, a 58-year-old from St. Petersburg, Russia, who’s turned her life into a fantasy in the most literal sense. She sews life into …

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Gorgeous Illustrations From Prentzinger’s Celestial Atlas,1851

Astronomischen Bilderatlas von Ludwig Prentzinger (English: Prentzinger’s Atlas of Astronomy) was printed and published by William Nitzschke around 1851. The celestial atlas features 12 plates, …

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Artist Creates Fantastic Surreal Edits Using Animals, Plants, People, And Objects

According to Ingo Lindmeier: “Almost all of my works begin with a passion for the surreal. Often accompanied by playing with words, the sense of …

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Artist Illustrates How Doing Anything Is Much Better When There Are Animals Around

Chilling alone is fine, but chilling with animals is the best. There’s nothing better than vibing with your furry friends; you get the best of …

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In Love To Nature And The Sea, This Artist Upcycles Old Surfboards And Create Art On Them

According to an artist: “My name is Claire Marie. I am a full-time surfboard artist based in Western Australia. Why is my work different? – …

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Beautiful Photos of Debbie Harry in Blue Dress, 1979

Here, Debbie Harry is pictured in 1979 looking incredible with a neon-pink halo glimmering around her head and a shining, sequin-studded top. h/t: vintag.es With …

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British Artist Justin Bateman Creates Intricate Art Using Pebbles

Art can be created from all kinds of things like food and everyday objects. This British artist named Justin Bateman, however, uses fragments of nature …

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DREAMY, 1 of 4

Mysterious lake from a dream | Abstract landscape painting with acrylic on canvas. This is a series of artworks, consisting of four paintings, made in …

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Believe In Yourself

It’s not about whether you succeed or fail as an artist. It’s about the kind of person you become as you do the work. Does …

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A Look at the Artists and Artworks Behind the Extravagant Opening Ceremony of Tokyo’s Olympic Games

As Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka carried the Olympic torch up the stairs during the opening ceremonies of the 2020 games in Tokyo (which, of …

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8 Tastemaking Tokyo Galleries to Know

Teppei Fujiwara, installation view of Street Garden Theater, 2021, at Pavilion Tokyo, 2021. Photo by ToLoLo studio. Courtesy of the artist and Pavilion Tokyo. Getting …

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Cuba Punishes Protesters Via Summary Trials and Imprisonment

Following the landmark protests begun July 11 in the streets of Havana, the Cuban government has begun cracking down on freedom-seeking demonstrators by subjecting them …

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Phillips Collection Director Dorothy Kosinski to Depart

Dorothy Kosinski, who has served as director and CEO of the Phillips Collection since 2008, is set to depart the private Washington, DC, institution at …

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An Innovative Drill-Bit Shaped Pen Holds Ink Around a Grooved Spiral

All images couresty of Drillog Inventive design and age-old craft converge in a simple writing instrument produced by the CNC-machining factory Shion. As its name …

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From an Immersive Tribute to Frida Kahlo to the Tensions Inside MoMA: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST Art Dealers Are Optimistic – Nearly half the art dealers surveyed in a new report say their earnings exceeded expectations in 2021, despite the ongoing troubles …

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Try These 10 Tasty Cocktail Recipes That Frick Collection Curators Mixed for the Museum’s Hit Lockdown Video Series

For over a year now, art lovers looking to end their weeks on a high note have been turning to the Frick Collection, which for 65 …

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Indigo Schoolboard

To create this piece Anastasia uses the principle of color field painting – an indigo blue base color with depth effect. The numbers and formulas …

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‘I’ve Always Been a City Girl With a Nature Brain’: Watch Sculptor Wangechi Mutu Weave Worlds Together in Her Sculpture

In 2019, Kenyan-born artist Wangechi Mutu made history with the installation of her gleaming bronze sculptures flanking the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s facade, marking the …

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A Visit to Wangechi Mutu’s Nairobi Studio Explores Her Profound Ties to Nature and the Feminine

Kenyan-American artist Wangechi Mutu made history in 2019 when her four bronze sculptures became the first ever to occupy the niches of the Metropolitan Museum …

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Inside My Collection: Schwanda Rountree

Upon finishing law school and moving to Washington, D.C., Schwanda Rountree’s interest in art transformed into a lifelong passion for collecting. She began exploring the …

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Pad Thai

An acute degree of Thai passion from roasted noodles and shrimp is known as Pad Tai. The Symphony of Taste! I strongly recommend trying!!! Enjoy …

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What My Mentor, Paula Rego, Taught Me About Feminism, Drawing, and the Potential of a Well-Told Story

The New York Times review of Dame Paula Rego’s Tate Britain retrospective, published on July 7, begins: “Paula Rego is the kind of artist who …

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Venice Avoids UNESCO’s ‘In Danger’ Designation After Cruise Ship Ban

After banning large cruise ships from traveling through its lagoon, Venice has avoided being designed an “in danger” UNESCO World Heritage site. UNESCO made the …

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France Acquires Two Fragonard Paintings Thought to Be Missing for Centuries

France has added to its national collections two paintings by Jean-Honoré Fragonard that were thought to be missing until 2017. Both will now be displayed …

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Italy Becomes the Latest European Country to Require Proof of Vaccination or a Negative Test to Visit Museums

Following in the footsteps of France, Italy will now require proof of at least one dose of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test from the …

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