Monthly Archives: February 2015

Bonny Zanardi: Still life paintings draw artist’s attention

Linda Salter’s still life paintings in oil are featured in the exhibit “In a Classical Mood,” which opens Sunday at the Portola Art Gallery. A reception for the show will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. March 7. Salter … Continue reading

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Ravaged Landscapes/Stargazing, Pier Arts Centre, Stromness

The interpretation of war through the eyes of the artist has a curiously mediating effect, whether propaganda or document, and it is one which the second-year students of Stromness Academy have been studying in preparation for Ravaged Landscapes, an exhibition … Continue reading

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Rory Pilgrim, Inventing Impressionism: this week’s new exhibitions

Rory Pilgrim, Sheffield As part of the gallery’s Platform residency programme of work-in-progress exhibitions, Rory Pilgrim is setting up an arena for the sharing of cultural memories and creative ideas between generations. Not one to dabble willingly in the shallows, … Continue reading

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Robison, Brubaker bring vast, subtle Feldman to Gardner

In the early 1960s, the New York composer Morton Feldman went to visit his friend Christian Wolff, who was a classics tutor at Harvard at the time. When Feldman reached Claverly Hall, he found Wolff sitting in his room, reading … Continue reading

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“American Impressionism” opens at the DAI

If you’ve had just about enough of this unrelenting winter weather but a trip to the Caribbean isn’t in the cards, here’s another option: head for the Dayton Art Institute’s newest exhibit. Many of the 100 works of art that … Continue reading

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Mel Ramos?s Life of Nudes and Superheroes

Given Pop Artist Mel Ramos turns 80 in July, it might be too late for him to ever contemplate a second career as an agony uncle on a men’s magazine. But he would surely be well suited to such a … Continue reading

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Paul Durand-Ruel: the man who saved Impressionism

The collection of works on display – all of which passed through Durand-Ruel’s hands – includes some of the best-loved pieces of the movement. It amounts to a spectacular tribute to the man who dedicated his entire life to supporting … Continue reading

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An Enlightenment Through Darkness and the Grotesque

ENLARGE Beautiful Beast New York Academy of Art 111 Franklin St., (212) 842-5966 Through March 8 Revived Surrealism is practically required these days of figurative painters and sculptors who want to be noticed in the hurly-burly of the contemporary art … Continue reading

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Thomas Burke’s bigger, bolder Op Art

Thomas Burke’s new paintings are eye-grabbing extravaganzas that pack more visual wallop into their brightly colored surfaces than has been seen since artists like Richard Anuszkiewicz, Bridget Riley, Julian Stanczak and Victor Vasarely invented Op Art in the 1960s. lRelated … Continue reading

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Anti-Social Realism: New Exhibition For CHARLIE SMITH LONDON

LONDON ART NETWORK ArtLyst is the most comprehensive art information website in London. It was created to distribute up-to-date contemporary art news, events, exhibitions, fairs, and auctions. We focus on new and emerging art, including pop-up and temporary exhibitions. Our … Continue reading

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