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Weekend celebration at Clark Art Institute homors contemporary artist Helen Frankenthaler

Williamstown, Massachusetts—In celebration of the life and work of contemporary artist Helen Frankenthaler, the Clark Art Institute plans a weekend of special events, including musical performances and public lectures, on Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24. The events coincide … Continue reading

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Dakota Johnson Flower Tattoo Dr Woo Emotional Meaning

A lil #egonschiele 🌼 for @dakotajohnson “it’s a lil fucked up, but it’s still a flower, like me” ✨ A post shared by Doctor Woo (@_dr_woo_) on Sep 18, 2017 at 2:34pm PDT Article source: http://www.refinery29.com/2017/09/172923/dakota-johnson-flower-tattoo

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‘Landscape Between Impressionism And Expressionism’ at Bröhan Museum, Berlin

<![CDATA[ ]]> Bröhan Museum, Berlin will showcase landscape paintings by Walter Leistikow and Karl Hagemeister. Landscape painting took on a new significance at the end of the nineteenth century. To experience landscape and nature directly, artists left the cities to … Continue reading

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How the Sheldon Museum of Art is displaying pieces it owns in a new way

Throughout the academic year, the Sheldon Museum of Art compiles exhibitions for students, faculty and visitors of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to enjoy. Pulled from a permanent collection of 12,000 artworks in various styles, such as American Impressionism, geometric abstraction, … Continue reading

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The Man Who Laughs: the movie that inspired The Joker

Clowns, both creepy and, well, slightly less creepy, were lurking about in the shadows for thousands of years before Stephen King’s evil clown Pennywise shambled along with those sinister red balloons of his. The Egyptians had them, the Greeks had … Continue reading

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Vienna’s Prodigal Son

Richard Gerstl, “Self-Portrait” (winter 1906-07), india ink on paper, Private Collection On November 4, 1908, at the age of 25, painter Richard Gerstl committed suicide in his Vienna studio, both hanging and stabbing himself. Gerstl’s suicide was prompted by the … Continue reading

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Fascinated by the abstract

KOCHI: A self-taught artist based in the capital, experimentation has always been the key for Robert Lopez. Starting from portrait and landscapes, the city-based artist is now perfecting his own style of abstract art through his paintings. The artist is exhibiting … Continue reading

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Hawai’i’s Abstract Expressionists – Hawaii Public Radio

A new Abstract Expressionist exhibit at the Honolulu Museum of Art is highlighting connections between Hawai‘i artists of the 1950-s and ‘60’s and their brash counterparts in New York.  The storied “Chateau Metcalf” cadre of local artists experienced America’s mid-century … Continue reading

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DIY: Home decorators embrace big, bold wall art – Winston

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ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN | The …

POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CENTER | AUGUST 3–OCTOBER 28, 2017 In 1945, Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner purchased an 1879 farmhouse in Easthampton, New York that is today the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center. Here, they created the iconic paintings … Continue reading

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