December 5, 2022
  • December 5, 2022

The first major UK exhibition by American painter Forrest Bess explores spaces in between – review

by on November 15, 2022 0

‘Untitled (The Spider)’, 1970 © Documenta und Museum Fridericianum gGmbH; Andrea Rossetti ‘Untitled (The Crowded Mind/The Void)’, 1947 © Documenta und Museum Fridericianum gGmbH; Andrea Rossetti At first glance, Forrest Bess’ 1946 painting “Untitled (The Dicks)” looks nothing like its title suggests. One of his early visionary paintings – inspired by images that occurred...

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5 Novels That Showcase the LA Writer’s Enigmatic Style

by on November 8, 2022 0

The LA Times Book Club reads “Dr. No” by Percival Everett. (Graywolf Press/Wesley Lapointe) Percival Everett’s latest book, “Dr. Nois part spy bullshit, part philosophical study of the concept of ‘nothing’, part satire of the oversized worlds of billionaires. Kirkus Reviews calls the novel a “good place to start finding out why Everett has...

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MVP: A Selection of Sculptures by Melvin Van Peebles Blue Room and Combinations at Sugar Hill Childre’s Museum of Art and Story Telling, NYC

by on November 8, 2022 0

Melvin Van Peebles, those were the days my friend we thought would never end Melvin Van Peebles, hot dog Melvin Van Peebles, Untitled (Water Cooler) Melvin Van Peebles, Untitled (Collage) Melvin Van Peebles, Birdcage (Sculpture) Co-organized by Damien Davis and Alaina Simone The exhibition continues until August 19, 2023 The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum...

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Young Painter Award: What’s New This Year?

by on November 8, 2022 0

This year, YPP made an exception and extended the invitation to young Ukrainian artists currently residing in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. The YPP 2022 main prize winner will be announced on November 18. Anyone wishing to see the exhibition of the finalists is invited to visit the Vilnius Photo Gallery where the works will...

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Recreating Michelangelo’s sculptures with scanners and 3D printers

by on November 6, 2022 0

Final edited polygonal mesh of Michelangelo’s “Pieta” © Scansite The ability to 3D scan, preserve and ultimately copy a piece of history is undoubtedly one of the best uses of technology. The designers at California-based Studio FATHOM focused on cutting-edge technology combined with a specialization in 3D writing and additive manufacturing; They worked with...

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How to Become a Jingle Writer

by on November 4, 2022 0

Do you have a knack for writing catchy tunes? Still humming the latest commercial jingles in your head? If so, you might be interested in becoming a professional jingle writer! In this blog post, we’ll discuss what it takes to become a successful jingle writer and provide tips on how to get started. So...

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Legendary Writer, Member of Rajya Sabha V Vijayendra Prasad Released Hebah Patel’s Captivating B&W Teaser (Black & White)

by on October 28, 2022 0

House » Movies » Cinema of the South » Legendary Writer, Member of Rajya Sabha V Vijayendra Prasad Released Hebah Patel’s Captivating B&W Teaser (Black & White) The stunning Diva Hebah Patel is one of Tollywood’s most glamorous actresses. The starlet who has mostly played glamorous roles is set to land a role that...

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‘Rogue fans have reason to be thrilled’: X-Men ’97 writer hints Rogue will play vital role in upcoming animated series

by on October 23, 2022 0

With the success of Marvel Studios and its creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, many members of new generations have been attracted and, in most cases, turned into Marvel Comics nerds. Many people who watched the MCU movies were so impressed and mesmerized by the world of superheroes that they wanted to be part...

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Bay County Writers Festival

by on October 21, 2022 0

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Have you ever wanted to meet your favorite local author? You are lucky because there is an opportunity to do so. The Bay County Public Library invites you to Bay County Writers Festival. This is the first author event hosted by the library since Hurricane Michael. More than 20...

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Derrick Greaves, Painter in the 1950s “Kitchen Sink” Style Who Later Developed a Brighter Palette and Adopted Pop Art – obituary

by on October 21, 2022 0

Alongside John Bratby, Edward Middleditch and Jack Smith, Greaves represented Britain at the Venice Biennale in 1956. It was, however, the critic John Berger’s inclusion of his paintings in the group exhibition “Looking Forward at the Whitechapel Gallery in 1952 which cemented his reputation. Greaves, along with the other featured artists, provided “raw material...

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Who is Shehan Karunatilaka, the writer whose novel “The Seven Moons of Maali Almeida” received the 2022 Booker Prize?

by on October 18, 2022 0

The seven moons of Maali Almeidaa metaphysical thriller by Sri Lankan author Shehan Karunatilaka, received the Booker Prize for Fiction 2022 for the novel’s “ambition of its breadth and the hilarious audacity of its storytelling techniques”. The announcement was made by 2022 Judges’ Chairman Neil MacGregor during a ceremony at the Roundhouse, London on...

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The work of an Easton-based painter is on display in a gallery near Schuylkill Haven

by on October 17, 2022 0

October 17 – SCHUYLKILL HAVEN – A series of non-objective images associated with seemingly unrelated words and names are depicted in Joseph O’Neal’s new exhibition of cryptic art, “Letters from the Earth.” “I would consider myself a formalist painter,” said the Easton-based artist. “I am concerned with color and composition and offer an opportunity...

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Veteran painter Mian Ijaz ul Hassan paid tribute

by on October 15, 2022 0

LAHORE: Veteran painter Mian Ijaz ul Hassan received a rich tribute from senior male and female dignitaries during a seminar organized by M.Phil 2021-2023 and MFA Designers 2020-2022 scholars from Punjab University Friday. The seminar was organized under the title “Mian Ijaz ul Hassan – Seven decades of painting”. M.Phil students also presented their...

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Could this outback mystery be our next Aussie classic?

by on October 7, 2022 0

Lost children have always found their place in the popular imagination. Fairy tales Hansel and Gretel and Little Red Riding Hood to real-life cases like that of Madeleine McCann, children who go missing have long carried symbolic meaning with them on their journeys into the unknown. Innocence flouted, society corrupted. In Australia, they also...

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Award-winning painter St. George writes and illustrates her first children’s book – St George News

by on September 29, 2022 0

ST. GEORGE-Inspired by breathtaking moments throughout her life as well as the paint strokes of other artists, a St. George painter who made a name for herself in the community finished writing and painting. illustrate his own children’s book. Torie Denning stands next to some of her paintings, Washington, Utah, September 1, 2022 |...

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Doktor Kaboom, sculptures, LSU Jazz Showcase, Regina Carter at the Manship and more | Entertainment/Life

by on September 28, 2022 0

David Epley brings his Doktor Kaboom show, ‘Doktor Kaboom: Attention! Science is coming” at the Manship Theater on Sunday. PHOTO PROVIDED BY SCOTT SUCHMAN Doctor Kaboom Tickets are on sale for “Doktor Kaboom: Look Out!” Science is Coming” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, October 16 at the Manship Theater at the Shaw Center for...

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Houston Botanical Garden’s LEGO sculptures inspire respect for nature

by on September 27, 2022 0

Sean Kenney makes LEGO sculptures that represent nature. The “Sean Kenney’s Nature Connects” exhibit is at the Houston Botanical Garden. Photo: Imagine the exhibits A 6-foot-tall hummingbird feasting on a gigantic orange trumpet flower — made entirely of Lego bricks — is one of 15 sculptures blooming at “Sean Kenney’s Nature Connects” at the...

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Meet Mira Dancy, Painter of Inverted Archetypes

by on September 26, 2022 0

Painter Mira Dancy’s work radiates intense color, constructing in sinuous lines towering figures and landscape elements that sing with abstract gesture, both quoting and inverting art history archetypes. Longing for a palette of warm pastels, its illuminating pinks and blues and its flourishes of melon and mint odalisques with outstretched limbs and thick sunbeams,...

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Writer/director Catherine Butterfield at the world premiere of TO THE BONE presented by Open Fist Theater Company

by on September 26, 2022 0

Open Fist Theater Company presents the world premiere of To the Bone, a dark and funny comedy about family, baseball and genetics, written and directed by Catherine Butterfield. The play centers on sisters Kelly Moran and Maureen Dugan from the “Irish Riviera” south of Boston, where they were known as “tough girls” in high...

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Things to do: Visit LEGO sculptures while learning about nature at the Houston Botanical Garden

by on September 23, 2022 0

Brick heads, get ready. A can’t-miss LEGO exhibit is set to arrive at the Houston Botanical Garden starting Saturday and running through February 19, 2023. Nature Connects by Sean Kenney Made with LEGO bricks is an award-winning exhibition that uses nature-inspired artwork made from everyone’s favorite childhood assembly toy to explore the balance of...

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‘AI should exclude living artists from its database,’ says painter whose works have been used to power image generators

by on September 20, 2022 0

Artificial intelligence (AI)-powered text-to-image art generators have sparked heated debates about the supposed end of society’s need for trained visual artists. The technology has already launched a slew of hobby artists who use AI, including Reid Hoffman, the founder of job platform LinkedIn. It leveraged the DALL-E platform and OpenAI creator’s commercial rights policy...

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Six female-run galleries will now represent painter Rochelle Feinstein, following their joint global exhibition this year

by on September 13, 2022 0

It’s not every day that galleries voluntarily come together to represent a single artist, especially given today’s often competitive market environment. But the new deal for artist Rochelle Feinstein – in which six women-led galleries will share representation of the artist going forward – is the direct result of a fruitful collaboration earlier this...

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Seek out sound sculptures, world premieres and resurrected classics – Twin Cities

by on September 11, 2022 0

The Fall Classical Music Season is filled with sound sculptures brought to life by Twin Cities musicians, world premiere works by guest and local composers, galactic immersive orchestral music and revisited classics. The Minnesota Orchestra welcomes its new director, the SPCO launches its new composer incubator program, and an 800-year-old boys’ choir visits the...

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Japanese artist creates clay sculptures of Shiba Inu macaroons

by on September 11, 2022 0

With clay, creatives can build forms that are realistic, fantastical, or a bit of both. An artist creates miniature sculptures that merge stylized animals with delicious desserts. Although they aren’t exactly edible, it’s easy to appreciate their cuteness. Known as Pobot on Twitter, the Japanese designer’s latest project features tiny Shiba Inu dogs sandwiched...

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Who is Stanislao Lepri, the painter and lover of Leonor Fini? As the surreal market heats up, it’s suddenly in the spotlight

by on September 9, 2022 0

The magical world of Italian surrealist Stanislao Lepri (1905-1980) is filled with hybrid creatures, toppled towers and apocalyptic scenarios that seem eerily contemporary. The artist is the subject of a solo presentation by Milan’s Galleria Tommaso Calabro at the Independent 20th Century art fair, which opened September 8 at Casa Cipriani in New York....

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Reading rotation spotlights the tantalizing talents of Andrew Painter, Mick Abel and Griff McGarry

by on September 8, 2022 0

Impact talent is on the horizon for the Phillies thanks to a dynamic trio of incendiary pitching prospects. Right-handers Andrew Painter, Mick Abel and Griff McGarry, all Top 100 prospects, offer bright promise for a Phillies pitching corps in desperate need of short- and long-term reinforcements. Last week in Hartford, the potential of all...

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“The most sophisticated architecture in the world”: an American writer is surprised by the rapid development of the kingdom

by on September 7, 2022 0

RIYADH: The skyscraper-filled city skylines of Saudi Arabia dominate the landscape. Such was the impression of the American writer Paige Peterson, who recently visited the Kingdom for a three-month visit at the invitation of the Saudi Ambassador to the United States, Princess Reema bint Bandar Al- Saud. Peterson’s first visit to the Kingdom was...

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Artist adds colorful mushroom sculptures to real books

by on September 5, 2022 0

Discarded books are given a second life in Stéphanie Kilgast’s ongoing series of works. The France-based designer explores the relationship between humanity and nature by reusing abandoned objects in beautiful and unexpected ways. His latest works feature colorful sculptures of flora growing on the pages and covers of forgotten books. From electric blue mushrooms...

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Maudslay State Park prepares for the arrival of outdoor sculptures | New

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NEWBURYPORT — An 11-foot xylophone will be among many site-specific sculptures spread throughout Maudslay State Park when the Outdoor Sculpture at Maudslay show kicks off next Sunday. This year marks the 23rd annual outdoor sculpture show at Maudslay, presented by the Essex National Heritage Commission and running until Sunday 2nd October. A reception and...

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The painter in painting | Andrew Kuo

by on September 3, 2022 0

Andrew Kuo, whose painting Stay Up, 2014 sparkles on the cover of our summer issue – the first issue after the print magazine’s redesign – is an artist and author who regularly contributes to T: The New York Times Style Magazine and co-hosts, with Ben Detrick, a basketball and culture podcast titled Hoop Cookies....

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