Monthly Archives: October 2017

Iceland From Above: Captivating photography series transforms dramatic landscapes into works of art

When seeking creative inspiration, where better to look than outside your window? The colours, textures, patterns and effects created by nature are unparalleled when it comes to beauty – something that has certainly struck a chord with Germany-based photographer, Kevin … Continue reading

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Yayoi Kusama at the Broad: Lots of mirrors, not so much artistic reflection

Yayoi Kusama turned 16 just a few months before two atomic bombs were dropped on Japan, obliterating first Hiroshima and then Nagasaki. Those horrific events in August 1945 were — and remain — the world’s only episode of nuclear warfare. … Continue reading

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The Coolest European Cities You Don’t Know, Part II

  We’ve been plenty busy in 2017, museum-hopping in Paris, flirting in Rome and clubbing in the Berlin Kreuzberg underground. But cultivated Europhiles that we are, we’re always feeling the call of some of our less-trodden, yet still favorite cities … Continue reading

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The stages of art, and the stages of life: Ben Wilson at Montclair State University

“In Plane Sight,” 2000, shows a light palette that suggests an upbeat mood. COURTESY THE GEORGE SEGAL GALLERY Ben Wilson: from Social Realism to Abstraction Curated by Professor Jason Rosenfeld Through Nov. 4 The George Segal Gallery, Montclair State University … Continue reading

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Just10 artists host exhibition in City Beach

THEY practise different styles of art but members of Just10, who get together to walk and talk art three times a week, are about to launch their second joint exhibition. Among the group there is a glass artist as well … Continue reading

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Cows are loving, intelligent and kind – so should we still eat them?

‘I’ll see who is in the mood for talking,” says Rosamund Young, strolling across a steep field on the Cotswold escarpment. “Hello, are you busy? You’re very nice, yes you are. Don’t walk off.” Young pauses, empathising with Celandine’s shyness. … Continue reading

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Life lessons from art class

Recently I began taking drawing classes. I’ve never considered myself much of an artist and have never taken any kind of art lessons before, so I entered the class as a blank slate of sorts. On the first day, my … Continue reading

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La. Politics: Landrieu still considering post-election life

By Jeremy Alford and Sarah Gamard Lapolitics.com With roughly six months remaining in his term, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said in a recent interview that he hasn’t decided whether he’ll endorse a candidate in the race to replace him … Continue reading

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John Stezaker curates fresh look at Paul Nash’s Uncanny …

PAUL Nash’s Winter Sea, first created in 1925 and later re-worked in 1937, is among York Art Gallery’s most popular works. Now it has its place at the heart of Paul Nash and the Uncanny Landscape, a new exhibition curated … Continue reading

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Mason House Gallery To Display Recent Paintings By Hankins

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