Monthly Archives: May 2018

Constable and Turner landscapes reunited for first time since 1831

Tate Britain has hung two paintings by John Constable and JMW Turner together for the first time since 1831, when their display provoked a row between the artists that rumbled on for years. Constable’s Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows, a … Continue reading

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The Unrelenting Horizon

  There’s something uniquely informative and satisfying about a well-thought out, two-person exhibit. Seeing a pair of accomplished artists side-by-side sharpens one’s awareness of each. Audrey Bialke and Lizzie Reid are friends: 2013 graduates of SUNY Fredonia currently living and … Continue reading

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Abstrakt expressionism på Pumphuset

Landskrona30 maj 2018 13:28 Abstrakt expressionism på Pumphuset Astrid Sylwan visar måleri och grafik med energi och rörelse. Premiuminnehåll Det krävs ett premiumpaket för att se detta innehållet. Tillåt javascript på den här sidan för att köpa ett. Article source: … Continue reading

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Expressionism in Print: The Early Works of Richard Haas at The Bruce Museum in Greenwich

On June 23, the Bruce Museum in Greenwich opens Expressionism in Print: The Early Works of Richard Haas, 1957 – 64 in the Arcade Gallery. The exhibition will be on display through October 21, 2018. Richard Haas’s expansive oeuvre is … Continue reading

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Expressionism in Print: The Early Works of Richard Haas

On June 23, the Bruce Museum in Greenwich opens Expressionism in Print: The Early Works of Richard Haas, 1957-64 in the Arcade Gallery. The exhibition will be on display through Oct. 21, 2018. Richard Haas (b. 1936) Pensive Figure, 1962 … Continue reading

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Emmanuel Tutu: football star, visual artist and philanthropist

For Emmanuel Tutu, using art as a medium to benefit the wider society is a divine calling. As Joseph Ondiek writes, Tutu is using a percentage of his art sales proceeds to help Rwandan children to get education and to … Continue reading

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A Prolific Female Artist in the Male-Dominated Pages of Pulp Magazines

Gloria Stoll Karn, “[Woman and bird],” watercolor and gouache on board, 22 1/2” x 22 1/4” (© Gloria Stoll Karn) Gloria Stoll Karn’s start as a pulp fiction artist reads like one of the genre’s sensational stories. Following her father’s sudden … Continue reading

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Masks and models – Frank Horvat’s fashions, in pictures

Italian-born photographer Frank Horvat, a contemporary of Henri Cartier-Bresson, revolutionised fashion shoots with his black-and-white realism and eye for a killer pose Article source: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2018/may/30/frank-horvat-in-pictures

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Andy Warhol in the Powder Room. Christopher Wool on the Floor.

These are edited excerpts from the conversation. What are some of your favorite pieces? JONAS WOOD We’re really into the Frimkesses, who are Los Angeles ceramists. He drew these vessels, the ones on the top shelf, and she painted them. … Continue reading

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Timothy Near on life after being an artistic director at San Jose Rep

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