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Revolutionary painter dies at 88 – ARTnews.com

by on June 27, 2022 0

Sam Gilliam, an influential painter whose canvases offered new possibilities for abstraction, inspiring legions of artists, died on June 25 at age 88. David Kordansky and Pace, Gilliam Galleries, said the cause was kidney failure. Gilliam’s abstractions are unusual in that they are often sculptural, essentially suggesting that painting need not be two-dimensional. Working by […]

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The Dior men’s show will pay tribute to the painter of the Bloomsbury group Duncan Grant – WWD

by on June 24, 2022 0

PARIS – Kim Jones has expressed her admiration for British author Virginia Woolf, but her Spring 2023 menswear collection for Dior is inspired by another Bloomsbury Group member: painter Duncan Grant. Jones grew up in Lewes in southern England, not far from Charleston, the farmhouse where Grant and fellow artist Vanessa Bell moved in 1916, […]

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Jeff Koons will send 125 sculptures to the moon with Elon Musk’s SpaceX after selling them as NFTs

by on June 19, 2022 0

American pop artist Jeff Koons will send 125 miniature sculptures to the moon with the help of multi-billionaire Elon Musk’s SpaceX company. “Moon Phases” statues will be sold as NFTs and buyers will receive a photo of their lunar location and a sculpture with a gemstone marking their alien counterpart’s place on the moon. They […]

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Why was Churchill’s favorite painter forgotten?

by on June 19, 2022 0

William Nicholson was one of London’s most fashionable portrait painters when he bought a parsonage on the Sussex coast in 1909. It was ‘a crazy thing for a man to do’, the 37-year-old artist admitted years, leaving him £200. in debt and “in the curiously rotten position of having more houses than food”. But for […]

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A wine author’s best pairings for Father’s Day

by on June 18, 2022 0

Wine writer Natalie MacLean is quite the matchmaker. While other wine experts may suggest pairing specific wines with certain meals, Natalie digs deeper. She suggests wines for between the covers of a good book. For CTV News at Noon, MacLean curated a wine list for your reading list — a list for Father’s Day, or […]

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Interview: painter Ko Lap connects Hong Kongers to literature to fight against the “feeling of helplessness”

by on June 18, 2022 0

For 66 consecutive weeks from September 2020 to last December, Ko Lap barely left his apartment. Each week, the artist delivered to Ming Pao’s Sunday supplement a new painting – each inspired by an original writing – accompanied by the article, poem or short story from which it came. Koh Lap. Photo: Peter Lee/HKFP. Unlike […]

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Action Figure Insider » MCFARLANE FILMS, wiip, ROOSTER TEETH STUDIOS AND WRITER DAN DOMINGUEZ TEAM UP TO DEVELOP RAW10 ADULT ANIMATED SERIES

by on June 14, 2022 0

MCFARLANE FILMS, wiip, ROOSTER TEETH STUDIOS AND WRITER DAN DOMINGUEZ TEAM UP TO DEVELOP RAW10 ADULT ANIMATED SERIES June 13, 2022 – Los Angeles, California – Today, McFarlane Films has announced a partnership with independent studio wiip and Warner Bros. Rooster Teeth Studios. Discovery to develop an adult animated television series based on the popular […]

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The Sims 4 Painter Career Guide

by on June 13, 2022 0

If you want to pursue the career of painting in The Sims 4, you will have the freedom to work part-time in addition to another career. Professionals in this career can mentor many of their students, which is exciting. You will also receive prizes in addition to community and collector rating. Your chances of becoming […]

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Blue plaques unveiled in Felpham pay tribute to the famous painter and Olympic fencing coach who worked on Star Wars

by on June 11, 2022 0

Two blue plaques, commemorating Olympic fencing coach Bob Anderson and engraver Charles George Lewis, were unveiled by Felpham Parish Council over the weekend. The plaques are part of Council’s ongoing efforts to recognize and commemorate the village’s history. A blue plaque revealed last summer celebrated the courage of Antarctic explorer Ernest Joyce, who went on […]

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The exhibition explores the artistic link between the writer and the painter

by on June 9, 2022 0

In June, the Hockaday Museum of Art presents a timely and unique collaborative art exhibition between two artists spanning two continents. “Between Artists: Life in Paintings and Prose” is the result of a two-year collaboration between Damon Falke, an American-born writer, poet and playwright living in northern Norway, and Montana artist Tabby Ivy. Their journey […]

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William Orbit announces new album The Painter

by on June 7, 2022 0

William Orbit announces new album The Painter William Orbit’s new album will feature Beth Orton, Georgia and Katie Melua. William Orbit has announced the release of his new album The painter August 26. “I had been away from music for a few years, cooped up in a beach town in California, painting and writing about […]

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An array of colorful sculptures resembling human figures by a local sculptor will soon be launched in Floriana

by on June 7, 2022 0

Local sculptor Antoine Farrugia launches an unprecedented work, this time with a colorful array of sculptures that resemble the human figure, created in 2017. Made from Globigerina limestone from Malta, known as Franca In Maltese, the sculptures effortlessly capture elements of Maltese culture and will be on display at the Phoenecia Hotel in Floriana from […]

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Wangechi Mutu brings his sculptures to Storm King

by on June 6, 2022 0

Wangechi Mutu, the Kenyan-born multidisciplinary artist best known for her clay and bronze sculptures and collage paintings, has been visiting the Storm King Art Center in New York’s Hudson Valley since she was a student at Cooper Union, then Yale, in the 1990s. “It reminds people, like a place of pilgrimage,” she says of the […]

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Canadian painter Christopher Pratt dies aged 86

by on June 5, 2022 0

Painter Christopher Pratt appears in a family photo. Pratt, long considered one of Canada’s greatest painters, has died at age 86. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Pratt Family **MANDATORY CREDIT** TORONTO – Christopher Pratt, esteemed Canadian painter and designer of the provincial flag of Newfoundland and Labrador, has died at age 86. The entertainer died […]

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Winston Churchill — Painter in Marrakech

by on June 4, 2022 0

By Cheryl Anderson “It’s a wonderful place, and the hotel is one of the best I’ve ever used. I have an excellent bedroom and bathroom, with a large balcony twelve feet deep, overlooking a truly remarkable panorama over the tops of orange and olive trees, and over the houses and ramparts of native Marrakesh. Winston […]

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The painter Adrian Ghenie: “I wanted to play directly in the fabric of the building”

by on June 4, 2022 0

“The Martyrdom of Father Pino Puglisi” by Adrian Ghenie (2020) © Rosellina Garbo ‘The Crucifixion’ (2019) © Rosellina Garbo The work of Romanian painter Adrian Ghenie is certainly very impactful. It hits you right between the eyes and somewhere in the stomach. His bubbling canvases, with figures and faces often worked in frenetic abstraction, have […]

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Leilah Babirye’s sculptures dedicated to queer bodies take over New York and beyond

by on June 3, 2022 0

Art Osman Can Yerebakan Installation view, Leilah Babirye, Agali Awamu (Ensemble), 2022, in “Black Atlantic” from the Public Art Fund at Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York. Courtesy of the artist, Gordon Robichaux, NY, and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Photo by Nicholas Knight and courtesy of Public Art Fund, NY. Leilah Babirye’s summer on Fire Island […]

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Unvarnished photos by Georgia O’Keeffe show the elusive painter in her element | Smart News

by on June 2, 2022 0

Georgia O’Keeffe poses at her home, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. The artist has often drawn on imagery of the American Southwest in his work. Malcolm Varon Who was Georgia O’Keeffe? It’s a question that permeates much of the scholarship and writing around the legendary painter, who was simultaneously one of most photographed-and more mysterious— 20th […]

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Stephen Fry calls on Britain to be ‘chic’ and return the Parthenon sculptures

by on June 1, 2022 0

Popular British actor, writer and animator Stephen Fry has urged Britain to be “chic” and return the Parthenon sculptures, aka “Elgin Marbles”, to Greece, The Times reported. Fry, who made the comments at the Hay Festival, reportedly said taking the ‘Elgin Marbles’ from occupied Greece was like an American taking the Eiffel Tower from Paris […]

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Paul McCartney as Writer | The East Hampton Star

by on June 1, 2022 0

“Words”Paul McCartneyLive right, $100 Two weeks before his 80th birthday, Paul McCartney has hardly slowed down. It will wrap up a US tour with a concert at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, two days before that milestone, then headline England’s Glastonbury Festival a week after, on June 25, coincidentally the performance’s 55th anniversary. of […]

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Artist, writer and activist John Sims will present AfroDixia: Journey To Justice

by on May 28, 2022 0

For Memorial Day Weekend 2022, artist, writer and activist John Sims will present AfroDixia: Journey To Justice in Austin, Texas. This multimedia event is part of a 20-year project that engages Confederate iconography, white supremacist cultural politics and transformative healing, featuring the artist’s 7th annual Burn and Bury performance, film screening and Afro-Dixie remixes. This […]

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Delhi-based writer Geetanjali Shree wins International Booker Prize for Hindi novel ‘Tomb of Sand’ : The Tribune India

by on May 27, 2022 0

PTI London, May 27 Geetanjali Shree has become the first Indian author to win the prestigious International Booker Prize for her ‘utterly original’ Hindi novel ‘Tomb of Sand’, a family saga set in northern India that tells the story of an 80-year-old woman who travels to Pakistan to confront the unresolved trauma of […]

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Team of academic excellence in all fields: Goetzinger, Parimi, Imhof, Dickinson, Painter | Local News

by on May 26, 2022 0

Lee Goetzinger • Parents: Cara and Greg Goetzinger. • School: Carthage High School. • Planned career field: Anthropology/archaeology. • Long-term goals: I would like to become an archaeologist who focuses on linguistic discoveries, but I am open to other possibilities. I would also like to eventually move to Europe. • Tips for freshmen for academic […]

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These massive 20ft bamboo bird sculptures will be on display at the Dawes Arboretum

by on May 26, 2022 0

The Dawes Arboretum is the temporary home to six massive sculptures. Artists The Myth Makers have created some truly awe-inspiring bamboo bird sculptures, some standing over 20 feet tall. Called Avian Avatars, the sculptures were specially created for The Dawes Arboretum by Myth Makers artists Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein, where they will remain on […]

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Art was a battlefield for Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi, a feminist before the word was coined

by on May 25, 2022 0

Sexual assault. The battle for control of a woman’s body. The silence of women’s voices. Italian artist Artemisia Gentileschi lived through it all in the 1600s, resisted, and ultimately won. Gentileschi made a name for himself as a daring painter of biblical and Roman heroines – Judith, Esther, Susanna, Lucretia. Her bold history paintings upended […]

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From Kali to Venus, UK museum showcases sculptures of goddesses that define ultimate female power

by on May 20, 2022 0

LONDON: Seductive, warrior or nurturing, goddesses and other female spiritual beings from around the world are at the center of a new exhibition at the British Museum. Titled “Female Power: From Divine to Demonic,” it includes ancient carvings of the Roman goddesses Venus and Minerva and the Egyptian lion-headed goddess Sekhmet, as well as modern […]

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‘Witness to Wartime’ documents the life of a Japanese-born American painter, including his incarceration during World War II

by on May 19, 2022 0

The individual drive to make visual art and do creative research is born out of a person’s deep desire to express themselves and share important ideas. Art is really something “in” a person who needs to find a way out into the world. How this desire arises is unique to the human condition, and history […]

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A suicidal writer takes the psychedelic cure in a first time novel

by on May 18, 2022 0

In his provocative 1991 book “Art & Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time, and Light,” Leonard Shlain notes that although his subjects constitute “an odd coupling”, fundamentally they “are both investigations into the nature of reality”. William Brewer’s first novel, “The red arrowadds another pairing to his matrix: depression and psychedelics. The premise of “The […]

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The lazy painter? – FAD Magazine

by on May 18, 2022 0

Benjamin Deakin: ‘Emanator’, 2022 – oil on canvas125 x 150 cm Painting looks like easy and enjoyable work: roll around the studio when your hangover allows, mix a few colors until you see something you like, then celebrate with another drink. Goes beyond the project management required to make movies; or the supply of materials, […]

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Minnesota writer and ‘Kaplan Horse’ artist to speak at Nobles County Library on Thursday – Reuters

by on May 17, 2022 0

WORTHINGTON — Minnesota author and artist Arthur Norby, whose Kaplan Horse sculpture is on display at the Worthington Event Center and whose Tom Hall mysteries can be found locally, will speak at the Worthington branch of the Nobles County Library at 6:30 p.m. Thursday . “We are really thrilled,” said Daniel Mick, adult service librarian. […]

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The Minnesota writer and ‘Kaplan Horse’ artist will speak Thursday at the Nobles County Library

by on May 17, 2022 0

May 17 – WORTHINGTON – Minnesota author and artist Arthur Norby, whose Kaplan Horse sculpture is on display at the Worthington Event Center and whose Tom Hall Mysteries can be found locally, will speak at the Worthington Branch of the County Library of Nobles at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. . “We’re really thrilled,” said Daniel Mick, […]

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Surrealist Renate Druks, visionary painter of cats and muse of Anaïs Nin, receives the spotlight at the Independent Art Fair

by on May 5, 2022 0

Wide-eyed, hypnotic cats stare at the canvases. Beside them, women lying languidly in a state of undress. These are the peculiar and haunting visions of Renate Druks, an obscure Viennese artist who lived and worked in Los Angeles in the middle of the last century. During her lifetime, Druks was a close friend of writer […]

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Gabriel Chaile’s colossal clay sculptures are alive with ancestral history

by on May 5, 2022 0

This layered history was also felt in Chaile’s upbringing. He first studied visual arts at the National University of Tucumán, a public university, before obtaining a scholarship to attend Torcuato Di Tella University in Buenos Aires, one of the most expensive private universities in Buenos Aires. Argentina. Chaile considered the experience strange. He felt that […]

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Painter Jamul finds inspiration in daily life

by on April 30, 2022 0

Although Lisa Bryson has been drawing since college, she didn’t begin to seriously pursue a career in the visual arts until around 2007. Her mother, who is herself an award-winning visual artist, always encouraged Bryson, as a young girl and later as an adult. “Drawing was a way for me to make friends and try […]

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The Kibele Art Gallery exhibits Yalçın Gökçebağ, painter from Anatolia

by on April 27, 2022 0

The exhibition of painter Yalçın Gökçebağ titled “The Past Lasts Long” opened at Istanbul’s Kibele Art Gallery on April 26. The retrospective exhibition, which presents works by the artist from different periods, will continue until July 23. Gökçebağ had the opportunity to observe Anatolian life, people and nature while teaching in different places in Turkey […]

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Sculptures and statues along Lake Shore Drive

by on April 27, 2022 0

By Austin Hojdar Follow Austin: Updated April 27, 2022 1:53 PM CTPosted April 27, 2022 9:10 CT Whether Chicagoans stroll the trail or take the intercampus shuttle on the freeway, they’ll discover that the shore of Lake Michigan is home to an array of diverse works of art. The pieces that line the lake between […]

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