Monthly Archives: September 2017

Kish College gallery hosts ‘Reconstructing Landscapes’

The Kishwaukee College Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of watercolors by artist Shei-Chau Wang titled “Reconstructing Landscapes,” through Sept. 30. An artist’s reception will be held Sept. 27. Pictured is one of Shei-Chau Wang’s works. The Kishwaukee College Art … Continue reading

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National Gallery’s upcoming blockbuster exhibition celebrates Impressionism, featuring iconic pieces by Monet

Joining forces with the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, National Gallery Singapore will host international blockbuster exhibition Century of Light in November. Featuring art from the 19th century, the exhibition comprises of two parts, both of which showcase the range of painting styles and art … Continue reading

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‘Landscape Between Impressionism And Expressionism’ at Bröhan …

<![CDATA[ ]]> Bröhan Museum, Berlin will showcase landscape paintings by Walter Leistikow and Karl Hagemeister. Landscape painting took on a new significance at the end of the nineteenth century. To experience landscape and nature directly, artists left the cities to … Continue reading

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Dakota Johnson Flower Tattoo Dr Woo Emotional Meaning

A lil #egonschiele 🌼 for @dakotajohnson “it’s a lil fucked up, but it’s still a flower, like me” ✨ A post shared by Doctor Woo (@_dr_woo_) on Sep 18, 2017 at 2:34pm PDT Article source: http://www.refinery29.com/2017/09/172923/dakota-johnson-flower-tattoo

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Victorian Impressionism Comes Alive At Foundation’s Hats in the Garden Event

Western New Mexico University Foundation’s annual Hats in The Garden is scheduled for Sunday, October 1, 2017, at 4:00 p.m. in the WNMU Alumni Gardens, adjacent to Hunter Hall. Themed Victorian Impressionism, this elegant event gives attendees a chance to … Continue reading

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‘Landscape Between Impressionism And Expressionism’ at Bröhan Museum, Berlin

<![CDATA[ ]]> Bröhan Museum, Berlin will showcase landscape paintings by Walter Leistikow and Karl Hagemeister. Landscape painting took on a new significance at the end of the nineteenth century. To experience landscape and nature directly, artists left the cities to … Continue reading

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This Is Not a Novel: Reality and Realism in Nicole Krauss’s “Forest Dark”

SEPTEMBER 19, 2017 EARLY IN Forest Dark, Nicole Krauss’s fourth and most inward-looking novel, one of its narrators — a successful Brooklyn novelist also named Nicole — meditates on the limits of fiction. Though she has long practiced its art, … Continue reading

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Gallery: Art meets science in the glory of modern space art

Rich Haridy Article source: http://newatlas.com/gallery-space-art/51399/

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Market Magic? A Brazilian Magic Realism Pioneer’s Studio Will Appear at Art Basel in Miami

São Paulo-based Ricardo Camargo Galeria will recreate the studio of the late Brazilian artist Wesley Duke Lee at this year’s Art Basel in Miami Beach (December 7–10). The artist, who performed one of Brazil’s first happenings and spearheaded the magic … Continue reading

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The Moody Blooms: Dark florals move from runway to rooms

We know that what brews in fashion percolates into decor. This fall, it’s floral prints loaded with depth and drama. Anna Sui’s fall 2017 show was replete with deep, moody florals on velvet, silk and chiffon. Recent collections from Dolce … Continue reading

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