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Sweet Jayne

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Popular Problems

This artwork is inspired by the eternal currents – Vintage, Pop and Pin up! Brings the mood and spirit of the colorful bygone times in …

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A Striking Curved Wall Swells Upward Across Three Stories of a Taipei Home by Yuan Architects

All images via Yuan Architects Nestled in the mountainous region of Taipei’s Xindian district is a new home by Yuan Architects that mirrors the stately …

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A Group Exhibition in Upstate New York Examines Black Excellence in an Imperfect World—See Images Here

“i.de.al.is.tic” Through April 3 at the University of Albany What the gallery says: “The University Art Museum, University at Albany, is pleased to present ‘i.de.al.is.tic,’ a new …

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London’s Courtauld Gallery Fills Out Modern Art Holdings with Key Gift

Significant pieces by Paul Cézanne, Wassily Kandinsky, and more are heading to London’s Courtauld Gallery as part of a transformative gift of modern drawings. The …

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The Rise Of Gray Matter Or the Utopia Of Human Feelings (tribute to Hariton Pushwagner and George Orwell)

The artwork was inspired by the art of the great pop artist Hariton Pushwagner. I tried to look at George Orwell’s literature through the eyes …

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Lonely Childhood In the Neighborhood Of Zombies (tribute to Hariton Pushwagner)

The artwork is a tribute to the great Hariton Pushwagner. I have lived in my own way the artworks of Hariton Pushwagner and that is …

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Former Tate Boss Nick Serota Says the Louvre’s Renovation of a Gallery Featuring a Site-Specific Work by Cy Twombly Is an ‘Affront’

In 2010, one year before his death, Cy Twombly unveiled a 3,770-square-foot painting on the ceiling of the Louvre’s Salle des Bronzes in Paris. The …

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WInter Games

The work is inspired by the Winter Olympics, and more specifically by skating. Reaching the grand finale, tremendous strain on the racers and the incredible …

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Aesthetica Archives:Highways at Dusk

The idea of the “road trip” is wrapped in mythology – from the writings of Jack Kerouac in the 1950s to Stephen Shore’s iconic 1970s …

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Marion von Osten (1963–2020)

MARION VON OSTEN was a warmhearted punk who took punk’s contrarian and collaborative ethos to unexplored domains. She made it impossible to identify her role …

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Riflesso

Riflesso Interiore, li a dimostrare, come uno specchio, il mondo esterno.

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Cai Guo-Qiang’s Explosive New Retrospective Traces the Artist’s Journey Home

Portrait of Cai Guo-Qiang at the Palace Museum, July 2019. Photo by Siqiao Lyu. Courtesy of Cai Studio. When I think of the 2008 Beijing …

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SeeBlackWomxn Collective Launches Five-Part Event Series with de Young museum, San Francisco

There’s Megan Thee Stallion, winner of best hip-hop video at the 2020 VMAs, on the cover of Bazaar. Do you know she’s completing her degree …

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England’s Museums Must Stay Closed for Another Three Months Under Boris Johnson’s New Roadmap to Reopening

Art businesses and institutions in England anxiously awaited news yesterday of Boris Johnson’s long-awaited roadmap to guide the nation out of lockdown. The new four-step …

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#Stayhome a little more

Stay at home is a call we’ve heard for a year now. The girl is at home, lying on her couch and dreaming of what …

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“Crystal Clear”

For “Crystal Clear”—a group show inspired by philosophers Bruno Latour and Byung-Chul Han’s writings on the “climatic regime” and the false ideals of transparency, respectively—Elena Sorokina, …

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Grand Final

The work is inspired by the great cycling competitions, such as the Tour de France, the Giro d’Italia and many others. The tireless human spirit …

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Walk Of Life Goes On

The artwork is a reaction to all those events that rule the World today. The work brings a lot of color and positive energy in …

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Gleaming Water Drops Bead on the Canvas in Kim Tshcang-Yeul’s Hyperrealistic Paintings

(1986), oil on canvas, 63 1/2 x 51 3/8 inches. Image via Christie’s Swollen, glistening, and saturated with illusion, the ubiquitous water drop absorbed Kim Tshcang-Yeul …

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Learning From Barcelona: A New Future for Toronto’s Public Parks

On a late afternoon in fall, my visit to Barcelona’s Parc de l’Estació del Nord unfolds in a symphony of sights and sounds. Kids zip around …

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Steer Your Life

The work is inspired by the mythical and timeless car – Mini Cooper and the girl’s thoughts on her personal life. The girl realizes at …

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Editors’ Picks: 15 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week, From Printed Matter’s Virtual Art-Book Fair to Amy Sedaris Impersonating Marcel Dzama

Each week, we search for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. In light of the global health crisis, we are currently highlighting …

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Shifts for Arts Marketers in 2021

Over the past year, arts marketing as a discipline has weathered as many changes as the industry we support. From the work that we do, …

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Art Industry News: Jim Carrey Announces He Can Finally Retire From Political Art Now That Trump Has Been Vanquished + 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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Gee’s Bend Quilter Lola Pettway Works in a Long Family Tradition—Here Are Three Facts You May Not Know About Her Boundary-Breaking Art

In these turbulent times, creativity and empathy are more necessary than ever to bridge divides and find solutions. Artnet News’s Art and Empathy Project is …

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Australia’s Oldest Rock Art Identified, the Whitney Museum Lays Off More Staff, and More: Morning Links from February 23, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines SCIENTISTS IN AUSTRALIA HAVE DETERMINED VIA RADIOCARBON DATING that a painting of …

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Household Surrealism: Artist Helga Stentzel Uses Common Household Items to Create Surreal Forms

Helga Stentzel (previously) is a Russian-born visual artist based in London, UK. She works across a wide range of media including illustration, photography, video and …

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Glitch Portrait Paintings by Joshua Davison

Joshua Davison is a self-taught contemporary artist from New Zealand with a diverse body of work themed around portraiture and botanics. Featured here are some …

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A Louisville Museum Is Staging a Show on Breonna Taylor With Help From Amy Sherald, Theaster Gates, and Other Art Experts

The Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky, will reflect on the death of Breonna Taylor—who was shot by police in the city a year ago …

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Food Inspired by Mario’s World

It’s in Super Nintendo World, an area dedicated to Mario’s world in Universal Park in Osaka, Japan, that the Kinopio’s Cafe is located. On the …

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Woman Discovers Penis-Shaped Island on Google Earth

A Michigan woman says she could hardly believe her eyes when she discovered an obscure, penis-shaped island in the Pacific Ocean while browsing Google Earth. …

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My Way of Revolution: Art as an Antidote to Numbing

Autobiographical, inspiring compositions that explore issues of our society and vindicate women’s place in the world, free and fearless.

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“Lopin’ Along Through The Cosmos” by Photographer Alex Nelson

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Brainstorm Radio: Music Curated by Artists and Mixed by DJs

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chicago

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 …

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Inside Thoughts: Eddie Martinez @ Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NYC

It’s sometimes unfair, as an observer of art, writer or (gulp) a critic to project onto an artist when it comes to intention or what …

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Jordi Ribes Inviting You To Take Off Your Socks @ L21 Gallery, Islas Baleares, Spain

The explorations of Italian, Spanish, and Dutch Golden Age painters and their particular focus on creating dramatic light effects meant to intensify scenes of biblical, …

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Radio Juxtapoz, ep 065: Ania Hobson on Real Life Escapism

There is so much going on in the painting of Suffolk, UK-based painter, Ania Hobson. At first glance they are portraits, people posing, leaning, conversing, …

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The Last Resort: Derrick Adams’ Final Chapter on Exploring Black leisure @ Rhona Hoffman, Chicago

There is a beautiful new show of Derrick Adams that acts as the final chapter of an internationally renowned series of works based on black …

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Sète, la Pointe Courte

This watercolor was made from a former watercolor which had been made on site. It shows the picturesque harbor of ‘ la Pointe courte’ seen …

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Lemon Rabbit

This character reappears in my works every couple of years. It is funny, scary (but in a funny way) scared (that’s for sure!) and yellow …

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Why the Curators of the Gwangju Biennial Are Quarantining for Weeks (and Working Overtime) to Mount a Show Almost No One Will Visit

Angelo Plessas was doing plank pose in the narrow space between the foot of his bed and the hotel wall. Several of his quilted sculptures …

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Meet the Artist Who’s Using Data From the Mars Rover to Help NASA Figure Out If There Is Life on the Red Planet

NASA’s newest mission to Mars notched a major victory last week when scientists and engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory landed the Perseverance rover in …

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I Led the Indianapolis Museum of Art for Five Years. Here’s How Charles Venable, Its Recently Ousted President, Failed the Institution

The many failings of the Indianapolis Museum of Art during the tenure of its recently departed chief executive stemmed, in my view, from one fundamental …

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ARTnews in Brief: MFA Boston Acquires 48 Henryk Ross Photographs—and More from February 22, 2021

Monday, February 22 MFA Boston Acquires 48 Henryk Ross Photographs Collector Howard Greenberg has donated 48 photographs by Henryk Ross to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The images depict …

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Italian Sculptor Arturo Di Modica, Whose Charging Bull Sculpture Became a Symbol of New York, Has Died at 80

Italian sculptor Arturo Di Modica died Friday at home in Vittoria, Sicily. He was 80 years old, and had been sick with intestinal cancer in recent years. …

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Meta Serpent

Dimensions: 29.7×29.7 cm Paper Finish: 380gsm, Matte paper Signed and unframed print. Available in a limited edition run of 10 prints. Gold foiled art print …

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Meta Koi

Dimensions: 29.7×29.7 cm Paper Finish: 380gsm, Matte paper Signed and unframed print. Available in a limited edition run of 10 prints. Gold foiled art print …

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Meta Butterfly

Dimensions: 29.7×29.7 cm Paper Finish: 380gsm, Matte paper Signed and unframed print. Available in a limited edition run of 10 prints. Gold foiled art print …

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