Monthly Archives: May 2014

Derkovits: the artist and his times

Grape-eater (Double Portrait), 1929. Hungarian National Gallery (HNG)Opposite page(from left to right):Auction, 1930. Private collection. Kieselbach Archive.Photo: György DarabosMother, 1934. HNGRowers, 1924. HNG Continuing the series of Hungarian artists at the National Gallery, the exhibition on Gyula Derkovits showcases Hungary’s … Continue reading

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“Intimate” exhibit shows small, small world – of art

Artistically speaking, does “small” translate into “intimate”? In the case of “Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of Art,” the current show at San Francisco’s Legion of Honor, the answer is a definite “probably.” All in all, the 21 artists … Continue reading

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Barbara Bowman: Brilliant and mysterious art

SHEA STANFIELD~ 5/28/2014 CAVE CREEK – Imagine the late afternoon fog creeping through the landscapes, obscuring the finest details. Majestic forms seem to melt into shapeless shifting ghostly images, yet the color brilliantly illuminates the space, bouncing off every surface … Continue reading

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World Cup 2014: Brazil – the secrets behind the players

This article is part of the Guardian’s World Cup 2014 Experts’ Network, a co-operation between 32 of the best media organisations from the countries who have qualified for the finals in Brazil. theguardian.com is running previews from four countries each … Continue reading

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British artist in American Abstract Expressionism

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Local artist chosen for CBC Nova Scotia realism calendar

Although she’d always had an attachment to water, it had never translated to the paintbrush, choosing instead to focus on figurative art. Her ability to capture the push and pull of the high seas seems like it would take a … Continue reading

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Trailer: Still Life

CIUDAD JUAREZ – For the past two decades, Dr. Alejandro Hernández Cárdenas has been amassing a macabre body of work. An unassuming local dentist, Hernández Cárdenas has perfected a chemical formula that rehydrates corpses for identification. His recipe is patent pending, so no … Continue reading

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Artists’ Reception f: The Ridgefield Library is hosting an Art

Artists’ Reception for Contemporary Landscapes at the Ridgefield Library’s Gallery Tweet Details Published on Friday, 30 May 2014 15:12 Written by Ridgefield Library The Ridgefield Library is hosting an Artists’ Reception on Sunday, June 1, from 3 p.m. to 5 … Continue reading

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A Stonehenge for the Modern Age

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Top Art Museums in Los Angeles, California

  Los Angeles is well-known for a plethora of attractions, but Hollywood, Disneyland and temperate weather are not the only thing that draws visitors to the city. The City of Angeles is home to an array of art museums, making … Continue reading

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