Monthly Archives: March 2016

Art in America is story of immigration, cultural exchange

Scherezade García, The Dominican York, from the series Island of Many Gods, 2006, acrylic, charcoal, ink and sequins on paper, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase made possible by the R.P. Whitty Company and the Cooperating Committee on Architecture(Photo: © … Continue reading

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Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant on dictators, dance music and staying ‘Super’

Pet Shop Boys Chris Lowe, left, and Neil Tennant released their first album 30 years ago.(Photo: Joseph Sinclair) When Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe of the pop duo Pet Shop Boys began writing songs for their new album, it wasn’t … Continue reading

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What to do and see in Charlotte

Each week, Grace Cote, Lia Newman and Kati Stegall offer Observer readers a to-do list on immersing yourself in visual arts around town. Newman is director/curator of the Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College, Cote is senior coordinator at Jerald … Continue reading

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LACMA plans in-depth look at Agnes Martin

Agnes Martin near her house in Cuba, New Mexico, in 1974. Photograph by Gianfranco Gorgoni. Article source: http://www.taosnews.com/entertainment/article_652ee4ac-f747-11e5-a02f-7b12b3cff8dc.html

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Paintings resonate with high realism

Two artists are featured in a new exhibition on at a Wortley Village gallery. Margarethe Vanderpas, who specializes in Northern Ontario landscapes, and Angela Lorenzen whose high realism captures landscapes, wildlife and indoor scenes are featured in the show at … Continue reading

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The Healing Scars of Land Art

Robert Smithson – Spiral Jetty, via Wikimedia Landscapes speak to us. Soaring mountains, deep canyons, wide seas—all fodder for song lyrics. But what is it that these expanses of natural space say to us? In the 1970s, a number of … Continue reading

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Terrence Malick films paint impressionist slices of life

Before Claude Monet was one of the world’s most renowned painters, he was shut out of the Salon, the French Academy art exhibition that showcased the best of what the art world had to offer. Like many of his Expressionist … Continue reading

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The 14 Creepiest Movies To Stream On Netflix

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First Example of Prehistoric Realism Art has been discovered – Sacramento Tech Day

The world’s oldest depiction -In Engravings No Gods, No Fanstastic, Just Simple Realism- of a campsite may have been unearthed outside a cave in Spain. Newfound etchings, discovered near the Molí del Salt rock shelter in northeastern Spain, show primitive … Continue reading

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Singled Out: Darcy Malone & The Tangle’s Still Life

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