Monthly Archives: October 2017

Artist Jacinda Bayne Takes Over The NYC Art Scene With "Merging Landscapes"

This month, West Australian artist Jacinda Bayne took over Financial District gallery, Anderson Contemporary, with a series of large-scale paintings that invite New York viewers to take a moment, pause, and reflect. After all, the beauty of nature so often goes … Continue reading

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Impressionists in London review – how not to tell the origin story of modern art

This exhibition turns art history on its head. For more than a century it has been assumed that modern art began in Paris. We’ve heard so much about how the bohemian atmosphere of the French capital, with its druggy poets … Continue reading

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It’s Not Graffiti, It’s Street Art: The Best Urban Mural Festivals Around The Country

POW! WOW! Long Beach.The week-long street art festival features large-scale mural installations by internationally renowned artists. (Carlos Delgado/AP Images for Long Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau) — CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show (West Palm Beach, FL): CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show brings … Continue reading

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Welcome catch-up with a brilliant but awkward outsider – Bomberg, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, review

But it was with his final, spine-tingling portraits, painted in the years before his death in 1957, that Bomberg hit his most distinctive note. Facing ill health and financial difficulties, he appears to be aiming for a kind of aesthetic … Continue reading

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Double Xposure of social issues

Thought-provoking, open-ended fine art through the medium of photography is what persons can expect at Double Xposure, hosted by Art Gallery Decor VIII on November 5. The exhibition features the photographic works of Lesli-Ann Belnavis and Michael Elliott. The PG-13 … Continue reading

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Life is Art

Our seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years, challenges, and triumphs are an expansive mandala, painstakingly detailed in colored sand, then swiped away, as a nod to the precious core of our existence. Article source: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/life-is-art_us_59f5e078e4b06ae9067ab974

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Artyfacts: Fort Smith Public Library — 10.29.17 – Van Buren Press Argus

Times Record staff The Fort Smith Public Library will display the paintings and photographs of several area artists during the month of November and beyond. The original photo enchanment artwork of Fort Smith artist Sara Galbach will be on exhibit … Continue reading

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Prize-winning photos show another side of Instagram

At first glance, you see a young girl goofing around with her friends. But there’s one crucial detail: This girl — 16-year-old Nirma — has a traditional stripe of vermilion powder smudged into her forehead. In her region in India, … Continue reading

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The Rebuilding Years, Post-Sandy

Advertisement Supported by By The New York Times Photographs by Jonah Markowitz Oct. 29, 2017 Five years after New York City’s deadliest hurricane in modern history, rebuilding continues — one stick, one brick, one life at a time. We spoke … Continue reading

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Landscapes on a cleaver: Art meets violence in an ongoing …

The exhibition Guns Roses is best explained through Dhaka-based artist Promotesh Das Pulak’s installation, Encapsulated 4. A metal helmet and a gas mask are covered in delicate shola flowers, usually used for weddings, juxtaposing the organic with the militaristic, “suggesting … Continue reading

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