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Exhibition “No. 5″ by five artists

VietNamNet Bridge – In September, with the coming of autumn to Hanoi, the exhibition “No. 5” by five talented artists is held at the Hanoi Cultural Exchange Center, 50 Dao Duy Tu Street, Hanoi until September 21. The exhibition presents … Continue reading

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Art notes (for the week of 09.21.17)

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100-Year-Old Petrified Uniformities Of The Modern Art World vs. The Moral Grandeur Of Majestic Impressionism

The biggest art movement in history is going on now in Chicago, across the nation, and throughout Europe. But their paintings were not found at last weekend’s Art Expo, nor in the Modern Wing of the Art Institute, nor at … Continue reading

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This Is Not a Novel: Reality and Realism in Nicole Krauss’s “Forest Dark”

SEPTEMBER 19, 2017 EARLY IN Forest Dark, Nicole Krauss’s fourth and most inward-looking novel, one of its narrators — a successful Brooklyn novelist also named Nicole — meditates on the limits of fiction. Though she has long practiced its art, … Continue reading

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Gallery: Art meets science in the glory of modern space art

Rich Haridy Article source: http://newatlas.com/gallery-space-art/51399/

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Market Magic? A Brazilian Magic Realism Pioneer’s Studio Will Appear at Art Basel in Miami

São Paulo-based Ricardo Camargo Galeria will recreate the studio of the late Brazilian artist Wesley Duke Lee at this year’s Art Basel in Miami Beach (December 7–10). The artist, who performed one of Brazil’s first happenings and spearheaded the magic … Continue reading

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The godfather of Chicano art — and the son who’s keeping his memory alive

It was 1979 and Emigdio “Higgy” Vasquez was 11. His father, Emigdio Vasquez, often called the godfather of Chicano art in Orange County, drove him to a mural he was painting in the working-class, largely Mexican American Cypress Street neighborhood … Continue reading

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3 Flavors of Liberalism: Rational, Romantic, Realist

1. All Americans are liberals. The Founders declared (original) liberalism the self-evident centerpiece of the American deal. Let me explain, while spotlighting three flavors of liberalism: rational, romantic, realist. 2. Liberal (from Latin for “noble”) first meant “befitting free people” ~1500, … Continue reading

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite isn’t the same without arcade-era pixel art

reader comments 40 In 1996, near the end of the Golden Age of arcade fighting games, Capcom released X-Men vs Street Fighter. Featuring 17 characters taken from both the Street Fighter and X-Men universe, the game was like a schoolyard … Continue reading

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African artists bring ‘voices’ to Harare

Masimba Hwati working on one of his pieces Own Correspondent The African Voices Exhibition is now running at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Harare until end of October. This exhibition encompasses artist from three generations to lend their voices … Continue reading

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