Monthly Archives: January 2018

Artist Spotlight: Jaime Barks

By Emma Culp, Staff Writer — Local artist Jaime Barks has served the Chattanooga community for the last year creating incredible artwork and teaching others how to do the same. Barks is originally from Florida but was raised in North … Continue reading

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Van Gogh’s long-distance love affair

‘Van Gogh Japan” concerns a love affair of creative misperceptions between temporally and geographically distant admirers. Van Gogh (1853-1890) never went to Japan, though he idealized it briefly as a utopia in which artists worked communally in converse with nature. … Continue reading

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Jean-Frédéric Schnyder at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, New York

Eva Presenhuber, New York is presenting the sixth solo exhibition by Swiss artist Jean-Frédéric Schnyder. Born in 1945 in Basel, Schnyder spent his youth in Bern. While his earlier works were influenced by both the Pop Art and Conceptual Art … Continue reading

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Impressions of Degas in New Orleans house

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Wyoming Valley Art League displays winter-themed works at Circle Center

WILKES-BARRE — Patricia McMahon Lacy seemed ready to apologize to penguins everywhere on a recent Friday evening. The Kingston artist had contributed a watercolor image of adult and baby penguins to a Wyoming Valley Art League exhibit of winter-inspired works, … Continue reading

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This is life for 3000 Puerto Ricans still living in mainland US hotels

New York (CNN) — They cook makeshift meals in hotel room microwaves, do homework in the hotel lobby and are still learning to navigate the subway. Every day is an adjustment for Liz Cruz and her family in this wintry, … Continue reading

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Michigan City author penned experimental, surreal novel

Joseph S Pete Business reporter Joseph S. Pete is a Lisagor Award-winning business reporter who covers steel, industry, unions, the ports, retail, banking and more. The Indiana University grad has been with The Times since 2013 and blogs about craft … Continue reading

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Universes with no weak force might still have stars and life

Not all fundamental forces are created equal. An alternate universe that lacks the weak nuclear force — one of the four fundamental forces that govern all matter in our universe — could still form galaxies, stars, planets and perhaps life, … Continue reading

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Greenwich artist primed for a big 2018

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10 New Art Exhibits to Visit This Winter

From real tears to Detroit maps, these openings span a variety of themes and mediums In Mark Newport’s solo exhibition, “Stitches,” various textiles tell a story about wounding and healing. // Photograph Courtesy of the Simone DeSousa Gallery This winter, some metro Detroit art galleries … Continue reading

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