Monthly Archives: September 2015

Freaks, Art and a Snake Named Paleo: The Gail Potocki Preview at Century Guild …

Last Thursday, the Century Guild gallery in the art hub of Culver City held a very special preview of their current show of paintings by acclaimed neo-Symbolist artist Gail Potocki. Her new show, “Freaks,” pays homage to many famous performers … Continue reading

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Claude Monet Biography

You’ve probably heard of impressionism; it is an art movement, prevalent in the 19th century, characterized by an emphasis on light, movement, and the capture of ordinary subject matter (especially landscapes but also people). Perhaps the most well-known impressionist artist is … Continue reading

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A Rush of Color – Masterpieces of German Expressionism

A Rush of Color – Masterpieces of German Expressionism / Picture: © Otto Müller, Girl by the Water, ca. 1926 From 1905 a group of young German artists ventured into Modernism. Their powerful, expressive and entirely new pictorial language expressed their individual … Continue reading

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Viewing new exhibit by Nicora Gangi worth the wait (Review)

It’s been a few years since we’ve seen a significant body of work by the acclaimed pastel artist, burgeoning oil painter Nicora Gangi. About 10 years ago, much to her credit, Gangi took a step away from her comfort zone of … Continue reading

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Artworks by Christopher M. Magadini on view in new show at

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LA medical drama ‘Code Black’ strives for gritty realism

TORONTO — Harrowing stories from an overburdened U.S. medical system inspired the acclaimed documentary “Code Black.” And now that documentary has inspired a TV series, which its co-stars say breaks away from standard network fare with a realistic look at … Continue reading

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Ink artworks set for revival in Hong Kong with series of exhibitions, fairs …

Gallerist Daphne King is on a mission. She wants to reconnect Hong Kong with an art category the city should be proud of, and is realising it with an exhibition at the Hong Kong Arts Centre. “It is the 40th … Continue reading

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Visit the Ashmolean Museum in French: the Impressionism

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Badischer Kunstverein – E

The School of KyivKarlsruhe Class. Lecturer: Alexandra Exter Zbyněk Baladrán, Ricardo Basbaum, Geta Brătescu, Robert Breer, Graciela Carnevale, Tamuna Chabashvili, Josef Dabernig, Anna Daučíková, Maya Deren, Alexandra Exter, Stano Filko, Till Gathmann, Judith Hopf, Zhanna Kadyrova, Grigori Kozintsev, Taus Makhacheva, … Continue reading

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Music review: Alexander Paley Music Festival is richly satisfying – Richmond Times

Alexander Paley, the Russian-American pianist who has staged a Richmond music festival since 1998, spent much of this year’s installment to an exploration of musical impressionism, not just from its French homeland but also points farther east. Sunday afternoon’s final … Continue reading

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