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Hyundai motor connects art and technology through pioneering neuroscience concept with Lacma

Hyundai Motor is pleased to announce its continuing collaboration with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), introducing The Roadable Synapse as part of the ‘Art+Technology LAB’. The project examines how the fields of art and technology converge through … Continue reading

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‘Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade’ at Legion of …

Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco presents “Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade.” The exhibition features around forty impressionist paintings and pastels, including key works by Edgar Degas —many never before exhibited in the United States, as well as … Continue reading

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‘Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade’ at Legion of …

Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco presents “Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade.” The exhibition features around forty impressionist paintings and pastels, including key works by Edgar Degas —many never before exhibited in the United States, as well as … Continue reading

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Edinburgh review: Cirkopolis (Pleasance @ EICC)

© 2012 Productions Neuvart/Valerie Remise We are less than a decade from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. His futuristic city, powered by vast underground machines, was set in 2026, and yet it still provides the blueprint for a dystopian tomorrow in our … Continue reading

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Stone Harbor, NJ Gallery to Host Expressionism Art Exhibit Featuring "Hessam" Over Labor Day Weekend

Stone Harbor, NJ, August 21, 2017 –(PR.com)– It’s been nearly 20 years since the artist known simply as “Hessam” brought his collection of beautiful paintings to the New Jersey shore area for his very first exhibition. Since that time, his … Continue reading

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Peeler Art Center Hosts ‘Pulled, Pressed, and Screened: Important American Prints,’ Aug. 30 – Dec. 10

August 21, 2017 Email Tweet “Pulled, Pressed, and Screened: Important American Prints,” an exhibition that surveys the activities of artists who put designs on paper during the time period of the 1930s to the 1980s, comes to DePauw University’s Peeler … Continue reading

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Byrd Unreliable Narrator at Nancy Sever Gallery, Kingston has …

Byrd|Unreliable Narrator. Nancy Sever Gallery, 4/6 Kennedy Street, Kingston. Until September 3. Byrd (Daniel Maginnity) is a Canberra-based street artist known for his colourful murals and smaller site-specific installations. SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Article source: … Continue reading

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Ricardo De Cruz Found Tattooing Through a Familiar Fine Art Professor

EXPAND In some ways, Ricardo De Cruz is a second-generation tattoo artist. But rather than having the skill passed down from a parent, De Cruz picked it up from an art school mentor — iconic tattooer and art teacher Sergio … Continue reading

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845 Life: At 84, farming is still in Rocco Manno Sr.’s blood – Times Herald

Rocco Manno Sr. is a farmer, and so he does not give up easily. He went to Warwick Valley High School, working early mornings on his uncle’s farm and then pedaled his bicycle to make it to school on time. … Continue reading

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SURFACE TREATMENT: IMAS exhibit presents works by artists who formed backbone of American art

Many of us lack familiarity with American Impressionism, so this exhibit on display at the International Museum of Art Science is a real treat. America produced some important Impressionists, but were overshadowed by the French. Art styles have often originated … Continue reading

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