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Member Spotlight: Ariani Huguenin

As Program Manager, Ariani Huguenin provides support for Cathedral Arts Project’s (CAP) direct service programs by ensuring Northeast Florida’s teaching artists and students receive the …

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Infrared Light Enhances Versailles, Provence, and the Beaches of Normandy with Dreamy Shades of Pink

All images © Paolo Pettigiani, shared with permission Previously having captured the Dolomites and New York City’s Central Park in a candy-colored glow, photographer Paolo …

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Rose Nolan

In her 1977 book Passages of Modern Sculpture, Rosalind Krauss discusses Umberto Boccioni’s Development of a Bottle in Space, 1913, a sculpture that reveals itself …

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Art Industry News: Damien Hirst Has Now Minted 10,000 NFTs Based on That Viral Drake Album Cover He Designed + 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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In the middle of the path…

Digital art. From the series “Archaeology of atelier” Semi-Abstract view of an old cobblestone road. Limited edition of 20 copies in FineArt Paper – numbered …

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Полная чаша

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Two truths

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Virgil Abloh, Creative Genius Whose Vision for Fashion Transcended Boundaries and Crossed Into Art, Has Died at 41

The game changing art, fashion, and design polymath Virgil Abloh has died aged 41. The founder of Off-White and head of menswear for Louis Vuitton …

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Mystic

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Designer Virgil Abloh Dies at 41, Damien Hirst Gives Away NFTs, and More: Morning Links for November 29, 2021

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE TRAILBLAZING, DEEPLY INFLUENTIAL DESIGNER VIRGIL ABLOH, who brought …

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Apeiron IV

Aphàiresis, Greek term that stands for abstraction, is the new photographic project signed by the artist Karim Carella as a continuation of the new artistic …

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“The Day After Tomorrow” by Photographer Eric Asamoah

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“Distance” by Illustrator Evan M. Cohen

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A Celebration of Identity

In March 2021, Nadine Ijewere made history when she became the first woman of colour to shoot a Vogue cover in the magazine’s 125 year …

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2021 Tributes to the Late, Great, Tamara Djurovic, aka Hyuro

Argentinian artist Tamara Djurovic, a.k.a. Hyuro passed away on November 19th, 2020. Exactly one year ago. Since then, multiple interventions and actions have taken place …

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Return of The Magic Sword: A Conversation With Zachary Ochoa

Here is the thing, we’ve always enjoyed seeing what the new generations are bringing to the table cause no matter how comfortable we might be …

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Spell, Time, Practice, American, Body: The Work of RaMell Ross

In 2018, photographer, filmmaker, and educator RaMell Ross released the documentary film Hale County This Morning, This Evening to critical acclaim, inspiring wide-ranging artistic dialogue …

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Virgil Abloh was an Artist for These Times

It’s shocking to see a headline of someone passing away so young, especially someone who represents a sense of youth and undeniable creative exploration. You …

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The Class of 2021: Meet 6 Fast-Rising Artists Having Star Turns at This Year’s Art Basel Miami Beach

Sure, art fairs have their faults—but they also have their benefits. Chief among the latter is the ability to get to know a bevy of …

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Can Two People Who Own the Same Art Print Both Mint NFTs of It? + Other Artists’-Rights Questions, Answered

Have you ever wondered what your rights are as an artist? There’s no clear-cut textbook to consult—but we’re here to help. Katarina Feder, a vice …

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Are Elbow Taps Acceptable? Should We Make Small Talk in a Mask? Here Are the New Rules of Art-Fair Etiquette in 2021

Miami Art Week is fast approaching, and with it the return of Art Basel Miami Beach and assorted satellite fairs for the first time since …

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Russian Mother Takes Amazing Intimate Portraits Of Her Kids With Animals

Elena Shumilova was born in 1981. She grew up in a small town near Moscow. She was very passionate in Music & Art also Childrens …

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Movement Art

Movement Art is a digital print made from an original artwork with monotype inks and acrylic paint added to the paper. The image has exceptional …

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Looking at the Legion Artist Pad Collection

The Legion Artist Pad Collection consists of a set of thirteen 9×12 drawing and watercolor pads, including the renowned Stonehenge, Lenox, Yupo and Stonehenge Aqua …

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Kinstler Launches Art Puzzles Series Featuring Andrea Joyce Heimer and More

Kinstler, a new Brooklyn based puzzle company dedicated to highlighting the work of emerging and established contemporary artists, launches with a collection of three 1,000 …

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OnlyNY ​​Fall/Winter Essential is the Andes Full Zip Fleece Jacket

’Tis the season, or for that matter, it’s any season. There’s no condition that doesn’t call for a fleece jacket in one’s wardrobe, and our …

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​​Liquitex Glass Medium Acrylics are the Perfect Studio Mate

It’s getting into those winter months where being locked inside the studio is going to be the routine. If you need to experiment a little …

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The Jaw-Dropping Photography by Kaiyhun

I’m loving these amazing images by Vancouver-based photographer Kaiyhun, including the mesmerizing ‘Waves & Whales’ series produced in collaboration with Matt Walch. More: Kaiyhun, Instagram, …

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Found Photos Show Fashion Styles of ’80s Young Women

Fashion of the 1980s placed heavy emphasis on cheap clothes and fashion accessories and very big poofy hair. Apparel tended to be very bright and …

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Awesome LEGO-Inspired Artworks of Jaime Sanchez

Spanish 3D artist Jaime Sanchez creates clever digital artworks inspired by LEGO bricks. “I’m an art director and 3D artist. I create artworks for contemporary …

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“Emotional Struggle”: The Melancholic Creepy Self-Portraits of Miroslava Vikhrenko

Miroslava Vikhrenko is a Toronto based artist and photographer. Her series of self portraits in the horror genre is noteworthy. The melancholic atmosphere complements the …

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1XRUN Teams with Polaroid on Special Artist Collaboration

In celebration of their 11th anniversary as a publisher,  1XRUN collaborated with Polaroid to create limited-edition, vintage cameras outfitted with custom designs by five artists …

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Stance x KRINK Holiday Box Set

For over 2 decades New York City-based art materials company Krink has supplied many artists across the planet with colorful inks and tools to create …

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Artist Imagines How History’s Most Famous Painters Might Decorate Their Homes Based On The Color Pallettes Of Their Paintings

Vincent Van Gogh: ‘The Starry Night’ While artists love to take inspiration from the world to create breathtaking works of art, digital artist and interior …

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Artist Gives A Comically Exaggerated Representation Of Popular Characters And Phenomena In His Paintings

Painting has been considered high art. Thinking about paintings, one usually imagines big museums filled with thousands of exhibits and tourists sympathetic to art. Probably …

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William Blake’s Illustrations for Milton’s Paradise Lost, 1808

Satan Arousing the Rebel Angels William Blake (28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827) created three sets of illustrations for John Milton’s Paradise Lost (1667). …

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The Superb Mythological and Alternate History Paintings of Vsevolod Ivanov

he artist Vsevolod Ivanov presents us the Ancient Rus’ as he imagined it. He is deeply convinced that the history of ancient Russia is distorted …

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Gallery Archives The Bizarre Tradition Of African Popular Bootleg Movie Posters, And They’re So Bad They’re Good

Art traditionally is valued by its technical brilliance, the difficulty of execution, the composition and fundamentals of aesthetics. But some art circumvents all of these …

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Amazing Vintage Photographs of Fountain of Ice on Washington Boulevard in Detroit From the Early 20th Century

One of the unique features of Detroit in winter is the famous ice fountain on Washington Boulevard. Several jets of water are allowed to play …

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Stunning Winning Photos Of Nature inFocus Photography Contest 2021

Tag, You Are It! by Priyanka Rahut Mitra – Winner: Animal Behaviour Here are the winners and finalists of the Nature inFocus Photography Contest 2021, …

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Lady Summer

Lady Summer oil painting on canvas without a frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high-quality oil and palette knife, painting for the …

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Wildflowers by the sea

Wildflowers by the sea oil painting on canvas without a frame as the edges are painted, 100% work with high-quality oil and palette knife, painting …

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The Indian Photo Festival Portrait Prize 2021 Finalists and Winners

The ‘Indian Photo Festival’ PORTRAIT PRIZE 2021 is a portrait competition open to photographers from the Indian subcontinent. Photographers have been making portraits for centuries …

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Summer day

Ah summer! This is one of my earliest works. I remember this little trip. The midday hot sun, absolutely calm and the clouds seemed to …

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In the open spaces

The original painting was made on canvas with a stretcher with lightfast oil paints.

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We Will Be Back Here

Original painting on silk in batik technique. Paints are rated archival quality from Germany and France, and the highest quality silk has been sourced from …

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Walking into the Light

Original painting on silk. Unique “Graphics on Silk” technique, self-developed by the artist. Acrylic based paints are rated archival quality from Germany and France, designed …

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Autumn Diary

Original painting on silk in batik technique. Paints are rated archival quality from Germany and France, and the highest quality silk has been sourced from …

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Mars Architectes Creates Mid-Block Density in Paris

You’d miss it from the street. From Avenue de Saint Mandé in Paris’ 12th district, there isn’t even a hint of a new building. In …

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From Exhibitions Tackling Islamophobia to More Jail Time for Art Patron Osman Kavala: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

BEST A Herd of Bison Uncovered Ancient Rock Art Trove – A herd of Plains bison recently introduced to the Wanuskewin Heritage Park uncovered a trove of …

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