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Adventures in Art

The legacy of Willem de Kooning, who pioneered the gestural, abstract style of painting that became the staple of New York Abstract Expressionism, has found its way to Long Island Children’s Museum. The museum’s unique multi-year partnership with the Willem … Continue reading

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8 Print Artists That Will Inspire You to Try Silk Screen Printing at Home

Photo: emarts emarts This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more info. Today, we have many perks to life thanks to technology. What was once … Continue reading

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To Save And Project Marks MoMA’s 15th Annual Festival Of Film Preservation; Includes Films From Akerman, Fassbinder

Where can you find films from directors like Chantal Akerman and Ida Lupino, paired off with masterworks from the likes of Jackie Chan and Rainer Werner Fassbinder? No, I’m not talking about your local library, instead that just happens to … Continue reading

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Adventures in Art | Herald Community Newspapers | liherald.com

The legacy of Willem de Kooning, who pioneered the gestural, abstract style of painting that became the staple of New York Abstract Expressionism, has found its way to Long Island Children’s Museum. The museum’s unique multi-year partnership with the Willem … Continue reading

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Adventures in Art

The legacy of Willem de Kooning, who pioneered the gestural, abstract style of painting that became the staple of New York Abstract Expressionism, has found its way to Long Island Children’s Museum. The museum’s unique multi-year partnership with the Willem … Continue reading

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Rich use of colors unites gallery works

+ enlarge image Andrea Epstein said creating her abstract expressionist artwork is “a very intuitive process.”  Photo by Johanna Ginsberg Advertisements by Johanna GinsbergNJJN Staff Writer January 17, 2018 A palette full of color and shapes and curves and lines … Continue reading

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This week in Dallas County history

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Review: Zach Reini Makes His Mark at Gildar Gallery

When I’d come across pieces by Zach Reini in the past, I was always struck by the clever ideas underlying his works, and how beautifully crafted everything was. And that was again the case when I caught his solo now … Continue reading

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Two new exhibits to be featured at Stockton University

Maxwell Reil I’ve written for multiple publications including Levittown Now, Passyunk Post, Philadelphia Neighborhoods,Temple News and JUMP Magazine. I’ve covered arts, entertainment, business, music, sports and local government. Experienced in videography. Article source: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/life/two-new-exhibits-to-be-featured-at-stockton-university/article_e9751826-23bf-5d6c-b6ba-599d5ccf3747.html

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Civil War-Ear Commercial Buildings that Later Housed Artists …

Twin adjoining buildings at 827 and 831 Broadway, Image LPC. Buildings’ significance largely derives from their association with post-World-War-II Abstract Expressionist movement; owners expected to soon apply for permit to build additions. Landmarks voted to designate two twin adjoining buildings … Continue reading

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