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Author : Jovana Mitic Category: artists
Posted on : November 25, 2014

“What do I do as an artist? – I destroy form, deal in abstract art. Yet isolation from the outer world is not complete but there is always an association and connection with the outer world. This is less obvious in some paintings but in some connection with reality is obvious. Although I create a new world, it is, still, in a way, inspired by the existing one. Today we cannot renounce the world we leave in...” rnrn Jovana Mitić
Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : November 7, 2014

There are thousands of museums all over the world and a good handful of them attract millions of visitors annually. Here is a list of the most visited and most preferred art museums located in the different parts of the globe. If you happen to be in the vicinity of these museums, don’t hesitate to […]
Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : November 2, 2014

Many art works have become the subject of controversy. These are the most contested art pieces that hounded artists, critics, and art followers all over the world. Some of these highly debated art works were removed while others were successfully reinstated. #10. Apollo Pavilion by Victor Pasmore Status: Reinstated Built in Durham County in England, […]
Author : Tracy Oliver Category: exhibitions and events
Posted on : October 30, 2014

This year, Northeast Ohio is celebrating a different kind of Octoberfest as they attempt to combine art and beer this time around. The official launch of this local art exhibit will be on October 11, 2014. Maria Neil Art Project and Gallery One Sixty are teaming up with Portside Brewery, Sterle’s food truck, and Edible […]
Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : October 26, 2014

The curator of the Hilliard University Art Museum, along with three professors from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, will host a panel discussion about their museum’s recent art exhibit entitled “Through Soviet Jewish Eyes: Photography, War, and the Holocaust.” The exhibit features more than 60 arresting war images captured by Soviet photojournalists in the […]


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Art and Beer Combine in Ohio this October
This year, Northeast Ohio is celebrating a different kind of Octoberfest as they attempt to combine art and beer this time around. The official launch of this local art exhibit will be on October 11, 2014. Maria Neil Art Project and Gallery One Sixty are teaming up with Portside Brewery, Sterle’s food truck, and Edible […]
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National Gallery of Art’s Intimate Impressionism
  The National Gallery of Art will hold an exhibition presenting the art collection of Paul Mellon and Ailsa Mellon Bruce. The collection  features artworks of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist era. The collection will showcase the different  masterpieces such as landscapes, portraits, still-lifes, interiors and portraits of artists such as Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste […]
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