Monthly Archives: April 2018

“Classical Realism” theme of Chant art show

LORDS VALLEY – The Gallery at Chant Realtors welcomes Hemlock Farms artist Lisa Hannick in a solo exhibit and sale of her original oil paintings, during the months of May and June. Titled Classical Realism – a Painterly Approach, the … Continue reading

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Seven Icons of New York in the Early ’80s

In 1981, the then-emerging artist David Wojnarowicz was photographed by Peter Hujar; the portrait went unpublished until Stephen Koch, director of the Peter Hujar Archive, allowed T to use it on one of the Culture issue covers. “It’s been my … Continue reading

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What’s It Like To Pose For David Hockney? We Asked The People In His Portraits

As artist David Hockney recovered from a minor stroke, he decided to paint portraits of his friends. The result is “82 Portraits and 1 Still-life,” an exhibit now on view at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Jean-Pierre Gonçalves … Continue reading

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Got a Few Million? Christie’s May Have a Monet for You. Or Five …

The Rockefeller grouping forms a kind of Monet variety pack, spanning 1868 to 1917 and offering an overview of his career. “It’s very rare that you have five masterpieces by one artist in a single collection,” said Adrien Meyer, a … Continue reading

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Madison gallery announces still life show

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50 artists depict Yangtze’s landscape on ink painting

The 200-meter-long ink painting, Ten Thousand Li of Yangtze River, a collaboration of some 50 painters, is displayed at the National Museum of China in Beijing. The scroll features landscapes along the Yangtze River.(Photo provided to China Daily) A textile … Continue reading

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Lewis and Clark’s Vaughn among landscape artists featured at Duane Reed Gallery

GODFREY – Jeffrey Vaughn, associate professor in the Art program at Lewis and Clark Community College, is among a group of landscape artists being featured at Duane Reed Gallery in St. Louis this month. Vaughn is known for his emphasis … Continue reading

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Exhibit of landscapes to benefit Arts Alliance

Brian Ritchard has always loved painting landscapes, creating art that captures natural scenery such as mountains, rivers and trees. Now, the accomplished local artist will sell his works at an exhibit that will focus on nature with an eye on … Continue reading

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Dance review: Ballet West’s ‘director’s choice’ triple-bill takes audiences from reflective to rollicking

“THE SHAKESPEARE SUITE,” April 13-21, Capitol Theatre, 50 W. 200 South (801-869-6920 or balletwest.org) running time: 2 hours (two intermissions) SALT LAKE CITY — One of the most common questions Ballet West Artistic Director Adam Sklute encounters at parties is … Continue reading

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The ‘beautiful chaos’ of Modern Times at Philly Art Museum : Arts …

“Modernism” is an almost too-large term that catches many art movements in its 20th-century net — impressionism, cubism, fauvism, expressionism — which didn’t all see eye to eye. If modernism had a power couple, it might be photographer Alfred Stieglitz, … Continue reading

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