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Frank Gehry: With a new Paris museum open, the st...
Frank Gehry was in Paris, and he was holding court. He’d just finished a day of press to unveil his new museum, the Fondation Louis Vuitton, and he was in a celebratory mood. As we sat in the café of...
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Picasso, Van Gogh, Jasper Johns in Grand Rapids A...
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – In the world of art with paintings by Monet and Rembrandt, and sculpture by Michelangelo and Rodin, drawings sometimes play second fiddle. Drawings, watercolors and pastels from...
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Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
What Do You Search for in a Work of Art?
Separations in the Silence, 18" by 18", series The mandala tradition seems drawn on in that the diamond shape, the “diamond heart” tradition in Buddhism,has particular meaning. Vajrayana, the diamond...
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Scene: Allentown Art Museum members celebrates po...
More than 500 members of the Allentown Art Museum turned out on Oct. 11, a cool Saturday evening, to help launch the fall exhibitions season with a bang ... or, rather, with Pop. The museum's...
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Artsy's Incredible Online Database Brings Art to ...
Marina Cashdan was born into art. A native New Yorker, Cashdan resided in a SoHo neighborhood brimming with creativity. Artistic thinking had a huge presence in Cashdan's upbringing: Her mother was a...
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articles/Soft fabrics have solid appeal
Once dismissed as utilitarian, homespun and intellectually flimsy, textiles are gaining international stature in art museums. The US artist Richard Tuttle unveiled a vast installation in Tate Modern’s...
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Nightmare at the Picasso Museum | Jonathan Jones
On 30 June 1972 Pablo Picasso created his last self-portrait. He had depicted himself many times before, but never like this. His face looked like a skull with stubble. Its colour was greenish-grey....
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Appreciating art: Guided tour of new pop art exhi...
Enjoy a guided tour of two new American pop art exhibits at the Allentown Art Museum 1-1:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17. The tours, free with museum admission, cover "American Pop: The Prints" and "Robert...
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Allentown Art Museum
Musician converts wind, sun and rain into sounds
NEW ORLEANS — In 2011, a group of artists built structures that were also musical instruments on a vacant lot, a project called the Music Box. The electronic artist known as Quintron contributed a...
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Arts Around Town: Civic breathes new life into 'Y...
The Frankenstein legend is re-imagined once more when Civic Theatre of Allentown presents its own main stage version of the Mary Shelley classic. It's the Lehigh Valley premiere of Mel Brooks' musical...
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Rauschenberg exhibit to celebrate artist’s birthd...
Florida SouthWestern State College and lead sponsor FineMark National Bank & Trust announce the first solo exhibition of world renowned artist
since his memorial at the Bob...
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Billionaires' artworks headed to auction
Billionaires' artworks headed to auction AP News | 10/06/14 08:29 am NEW YORK (AP) -- An auctioneer says 90 works from the collection of the renowned art benefactors Pierre and Sao (sow)...
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Hotel review: Marriott’s Residence Inn / Courtyar...
TEN years ago, Downtown Los Angeles was a virtual no-go zone for tourists. Dominated by steel and glass office blocks, the precinct wasn’t much fun for curious travellers. Now, there’s a change under...
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An etch in time
An exhibition showcasing the evolution of printmaking, a medium nurtured by many passionate practitioners who believed in making art accessible to all Off and on, exhibitions of prints happening in...
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National Gallery of Modern Art
Interactive Media Art · Meanjin · Literacy in Aus...
Night-time in early winter in Port Adelaide. We’re bundled up in heavy jackets, headphones snuggled over our beanies, staring at the wall across the narrow street. A voice in our ears yells ‘I said...
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Robert Rauschenberg… and In the Shadow of a Giant
and Five from Louisiana andIn the Shadow of a Giant His work was always of the moment, anticipating every new trend while remaining much the same over the decades; Robert...
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NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
... Ways To Think About Nothing, One Mo' Time This being my last weekend with this blog, I wanted to repost a story I wrote a few years ago that has continued to intrigue me ...I'm going to show you...
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Art Cars: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (and, o...
Ben Moon grew up doodling on everything -- books, chairs, walls. So it’s only fitting that the car-obsessed New York City-based painter would eventually graduate to bigger prey. “A friend of mine...
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Remembering the early computer-generated art of S...
With the rise of nostalgia for 8-bit video games and the “New Aesthetic” celebrating the look of digital technologies, it’s a perfect time to revisit the work of Stan VanDerBeek, a pioneer in the...
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