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A Wrestler With A Gift

A dazed exploration of the love language of gifts, especially when used to express guilt or remorse.

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There Will Be Love

Depression, addiction, and anxiety run in Rebeiz’s family. Yet, she remembers her childhood fondly because she was loved fiercely. In this composition, she explores her …

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Know Your Eye (3/3 – Divine ‘I’ series)

This is part of a series exploring alternatives to identity beyond gender. In this series, Rebeiz wonders what happens when we internalize our roles as …

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Trust Your Eye (2/3 – Divine ‘I’ series)

This is part of a series exploring alternatives to identity beyond gender. In this series, Rebeiz wonders what happens when we internalize our roles as …

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Be Your Eye (1/3 – Divine ‘I’ series)

This is part of a series exploring alternatives to identity beyond gender. In this series, Rebeiz wonders what happens when we internalize our roles as …

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Permission To Be Man

Rebeiz explores her fascination with the male form and the male gaze. In this collage, she reflects on what shapes an identity that both allows …

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Queen Of The Gram

In 2018, after (barely) recovering from a painful breakup, burnout from work, and depression, Rebeiz decided to leave social media for good. Instagram had become …

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Everyone’s Home Today

For many, the great lockdown was a return to basics. It took a long time for Rebeiz’s body and psyche to settle into the idea …

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Don’t Abandon Your Children, Mother.

The world is aflame, and we continue to watch hoping someone/something will wave a wand and make it all go away. Yet hope is all …

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Sitting Pretty

After a coffee date with an acquaintance, Rebeiz was filled with melancholy. The young woman she had met was beautiful beyond measure and hollow beyond …

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No More Kings

There is no denying that white men built the world to serve white men. Rebeiz rejects being an afterthought as a black woman, affirms her …

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Medieval Artists Were Really Bad At Drawing Lions

While medieval artists excelled at painting religious scenes and portraits of royalty, lions offered an altogether different challenge. It looks like the medieval painters never …

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Arnold Genthe’s Cats : Women Posing With ‘Buzzer’ From A Century Ago

German-born American photographer, Arnold Genthe (January 8, 1869 – August 9, 1942) took a series of photographs of woman posing with his cat. Beginning in …

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Unique Photographs of Russian Beauties in Old Costumes

This collection of old apparels of pre-revolutionary Russia belonging to Natalia Shabelskaya is believed to be the largest and most valuable among similar ones. In …

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Linda Dounia Rebeiz

I am an artist, visual designer, and writer from Senegal and currently traveling between Ghana, Senegal, Kenya, Mauritius, and the Bay Area. I paint to …

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Evening sun

Excellent piece of original art. Handmade Signed Painting. Original Oil painting by Ukrainian artist Sergey Chernyakovsky Title: “Evening sun” Size: “19,6×31.5” (50 x 80 cm) …

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Christo The Father of Art Causes

When you think of the artist Christo, what comes to mind? His wrappings of famous landmarks? Coating entire islands in pink fabric? Or what above …

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Icecream

Acrylics and oil on gessoed Fabriano paper 400 gms. The artwork is NOT framed.

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Sweet Bakery in Pastel Colors

On his Instagram account, Raymond aka Ray Ray, presents himself as an “unqualified baker”. Yet the images of his sweet and colorful creations suggest the …

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Artist Creates Intricately Patterned Artworks by Delicately Stitching Colourful Threads Into Leaves

American artist Hillary Waters Fayle creates intricately patterned artworks by delicately stitching colourful threads into leaves. “I want this work to ask people to slow …

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Photographer Shows The Power Of Perspective With His Stunning Humorous Pictures

This photographer named Hugo Suissas from Lisbon, Portugal creates surreal, mind-bending, and magical photographs by using forced perspective and angles. He turns simple bridges and …

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This Creepy Abandoned Submarine Shelter is Still Waiting for a Nuclear Threat

This place in the Primorsky region of Russia could be perfect for making a post-apocalyptic movie – it’s a creepy labyrinth of massive tunnels dug …

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Rocks

Original oil painting by Ukrainian artist Sergei Chernyakovsky. Oil painting landscape with the sea, painted in the style of impressionist art, realistic art, expressionist art. …

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Art in America Editor William S. Smith Departs for Hong Kong’s M+ Museum

After seven years as editor-in-chief of Art in America, William S. Smith is departing the magazine to lead the publishing division at Hong Kong’s new M+ …

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Vladimir Kartashov

This show, titled “Innocent Pranks. Technorococo,” marks the fourth exhibition organized by curator Sergey Khachaturov to feature the twenty-three-year-old Vladimir Kartashov. In 2018, the artist …

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Veteran Houston Dealer Barbara Davis Reflects on 40 Years in the Art World

For nearly forty years—39 and some months, to be precise—gallerist Barbara Davis has used her astute eye to bring the best of what the contemporary …

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From Sotheby’s Big Botticelli Boon to the Pussy Riot Arrests in Russia: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST Holy Botticelli! – A portrait of a young man by Sandro Botticelli just sold for more than $90 million at Sotheby’s, making it one of …

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Art Workers Are Up to Six Times More Likely to Be Out of a Job. 10 Big-City Mayors Are Imploring Biden to Bail Them Out

Mayors from 10 US cities, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago, have co-written a letter to the Biden-Harris administration to urge an integrated federal …

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Robert S. Duncanson Charted New Paths for Black Artists in 19th-Century America

It is not every day that a 19th-century landscape painter is the subject of national news, but that was the case last week, when a …

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Autumn river

Excellent piece of original art. Handmade Signed Painting. Original Oil painting by Ukrainian artist Sergey Chernyakovsky Title: “Autumn river” Size: 17.7″x 25.6″ (45 x 65cm) …

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Isolation

When the pandemic and self-isolation began, I realized that this is my usual way of life. I can spend hours in my studio drawing or …

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Bursts of Inky, Technicolor Liquids Mimic Human Eyes in a Short Film About Optical Phenomena

 An entrancing short film by designer and artist Rus Khasanov (previously) fuses multiple optical tricks into a single work. Splashes of glittery, inky liquids …

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The Museum of the Bible Must Once Again Return Artifacts, This Time an Entire Warehouse of 5,000 Egyptian Objects

The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC has returned some 5,000 artifacts to the Egyptian government, after years of talks between agencies including the …

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Dots and Stripes

Acrilic ink and Acrylics on paper, mounted on stretched canvas

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What She Said: A New Book From Deanna Templeton

‘All I look forward to is the weekends, and sometimes they suck just as bad as the week does. God it’s so god damn boring!! …

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Wet Paint: Artist Stands Accused of Trying to Sell a Partially Forged Raymond Pettibon Work, Collectors Lose Billions in GameStop Frenzy, & More Art-World Gossip

Every week, Artnet News brings you Wet Paint, a gossip column of original scoops reported and written by Nate Freeman. If you have a tip, …

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Destinee Ross-Sutton Is Empowering Artists to Take Control of Their Markets

Portrait of Destinee Ross-Sutton, 2020. Courtesy of Destinee Ross-Sutton. Pro Patria (For Country) II, 2020. Miguel Angel Payano Jr.Ross-Sutton Gallery Relations between artists and collectors …

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Georg Baselitz Gifts Six Upside-Down Portraits to Metropolitan Museum of Art

To toast the Metropolitan Museum of Art 150th anniversary in 2020, artist Georg Baselitz and his wife, Elke, have gifted six inverted portraits to the …

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Weekly Web Roundup: Jan. 29, 2021

Friday, January 29, 2021 Category:  Americans for the Arts News This week: Get to know our Interim President & CEO, read why the creativity that …

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William S. Smith Departs Art in America as Editor

After more than three years at the helm, William S. Smith will depart Art in America as editor. He will leave the publication, where he …

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Toy Jared Middleto Photographer Uses Practical Effects for Amazing Action Photos

Jared Middleton (AKA Sirdork) is a toy photographer who brings miniature scenes to life using practical effects. His photos are created by carefully setting up …

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Gilda Williams on Amalia Ulman’s El Planeta (2021)

EL PLANETA, billed as “a comedy about eviction” and the first feature film by artist Amalia Ulman, is loosely based on the real-life Spanish mother-daughter petty-crime …

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An Elaborate Kamidana Shrine Designed by Naohiko Shimoda Wraps an Inner Corner

All images © Naohiko Shimoda, shared with permission Architect Naohiko Shimoda’s interpretation of a kamidana—a small altar or “god shelf” that’s part of a tradition …

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Photographer Derry Moroney Captures Breathtaking Aerial “Tree Of Life” Photos Of A Receding Lake

Derry Moroney is an Australian photographer who recently captured photos of a unique “Tree of Life” phenomenon that appeared on the receding Lake Cakora in …

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Spectacular Winning Images of The Life in Another Light Photo Contest 2020

“What changes when we switch to infrared, and which things remain constant? What beauty lies in the light that our eyes can’t see? We want …

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Art Industry News: Goldsmiths Professors Are Refusing to Grade Students to Protest Impending Job Cuts at the Art School + 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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Russian Artist Artem Biziaev Published a LEGO Set Concept Based on Slavic Fairy Tales

According to an artist: “Hey, Lego fans! Let me introduce you the most famous, most charismatic, most adored character of Slavic fairy tales! Baba Yaga! …

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Spotlight on Nolen C. Bivens, Interim President and CEO

A Director Emeritus and former Board member of Americans for the Arts, Brigadier General Nolen C. Bivens, U.S. Army Ret., is currently serving as our Interim …

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Museum of the Bible Returns Objects to Egypt, U.S. Mayors Call for Art Aid, and More: Morning Links from January 29, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE MUSEUM OF THE BIBLE IN WASHINGTON, D.C., has returned some 5,000 …

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How 70’s Magazine “Radical Software” Predicted the Future

In the spring of 1970, a group of self-proclaimed “hardware freaks” published the first issue of Radical Software, a print magazine that detailed emerging trends …

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