Monthly Archives: April 2016

Museum & Gallery Listings for April 29-May 5

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Memphis in May poster artist Jared Small gaining attention with unique style

Article source: http://www.commercialappeal.com/entertainment/festivals/memphis-in-may/memphis-in-may-poster-artist-jared-small-gaining-attention-with-unique-style-2fc33546-1a3a-4fce-e053–377497921.html

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In ‘Watermarks,’ Gregory Conniff’s camera mirrors ever-changing pool

Mary Louise Schumacher Article source: http://www.jsonline.com/entertainment/arts/in-watermarks-gregory-conniffs-camera-mirrors-ever-changing-pool-b99709685z1-377575731.html

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Art Institute’s Gloria Groom to be honored with top French award – Chicago Sun

Gloria Groom, who was named chair of the Art Institute of Chicago’s European Painting and Sculpture department in 2015, and has curated such exceptionally popular exhibitions at the museum as “Van Gogh’s Bedrooms” (which runs through May 10), and “Impressionism, … Continue reading

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The Iron Triangle: How an Abandoned New York Junkyard Became an Illegal Graffiti Paradise

Writer’s Block is a semi-regular column that zeroes in on graffiti legends, street bombers, and modern-day vandals with a mixture of stories, off-the-cuff interviews, and never-before-seen pictures. All photos by the author Behind Citi Field in Queens, home of the … Continue reading

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Virtuoso Photo-Realist Painter Returns to Chicago

Jeanette Pasin Sloan, Side Light. (Courtesy Jeanette Pasin Sloan) Jeanette Pasin Sloan visits her hometown of Chicago this weekend for a rare solo exhibition, “Life Reflected” at the Ed Paschke Art Center in Jefferson Park. The Paschke Art Center is … Continue reading

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Quorum Art Gallery celebrates anniversary in its new-look home

After running out of wall space, the artists at Quorum Art Gallery in Laguna Beach decided it was time for their growing collection to have an upgraded home. So they embarked on a space-altering redo of the North Pacific Coast … Continue reading

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The Sweet Terror of Eating Human Heads for Art

The mood inside feels like that of a cannibal cult. In a dark room, more than 50 people observe 35 human heads lit from above and placed around a large table, served as a feast. Suddenly, the heads begin to … Continue reading

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2-Player Game

Designers Peter Pashley and Ken Wong are making a name for themselves in the gaming world by tapping into new portable and wearable technologies. <!– –>  Email  Print  Feed Peter Pashley, left, and Ken Wong, right, met when Pashley interviewed … Continue reading

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Artist’s show combines Panhandle landscapes and still life paintings

Local artist Robin Smith compares two of his paintings, a landscape and a still life designed to mimic it. His show will be in the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center May 30-Aug. 12, 2016. Article source: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/local/communities/chadron/life/artist-s-show-combines-panhandle-landscapes-and-still-life-paintings/article_e502f296-0bf0-11e6-aa24-27c300067ad3.html

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