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Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : October 22, 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 […]

Author : amnonb Category: art news
Posted on : October 19, 2014

In this YouTube video we invite you to view 500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art. It is another remainder that woman are always an inspiration to famous artists and artists in general. Enjoy…

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Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : October 18, 2014

A picture can indeed paint a thousand words… This has been a true testament to Italian artist Rachele Maistrello as she takes on an exhibit of the real-life and intimate pictures of her subjects. The pictures were taken in the private homes in the MSUM neighborhood where the users of the different platforms where invited […]

Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : October 15, 2014

Part of the exhibition, “Under The Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today” of Solomon R. , Guggenheim Museum in New York, exhibited the work of Chilean-born artist, Alfredo Jaar, who is based in New York. The said digital art installation shows the words “This is Not America” which Jaar has previously shown in 1987. […]

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Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : October 12, 2014

It has been a long way coming but the art gallery that the California State University Stanislaus named as the ‘Art Space on Main’ is finally open. The gala night that happened on Friday officially made the gallery accessible to the public after a ceremonious ribbon cutting. Its first exhibit is the ‘Art Faculty on […]

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Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : October 9, 2014

The Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Winona recently unveiled a large art collection that will include American and European paintings that date back to the 18th century. To accommodate the new pieces, the museum is adding 5,000 feet more space to build a new exhibition area. The addition will be called the Richard and Jane […]

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Author : Tracy Oliver Category: art news
Posted on : October 5, 2014

    The new exhibit at the Mississippi Museum of Art is entitled “Spanish Sojourns: Robert Henri & the Spirit of Spain”. It will focus on Robert Henri’s works, some great Spanish artists, and a few lesser-known masterpieces from the off-the-beaten path museums and private collections. Robert Henri is an influential American artist of the […]

Author : aRTPINKLIVE Category: art news
Posted on : January 18, 2014

Twenty five years ago, in 1989, in her Moscow’s apartment, Nadia Russ (aka Nadia Maloleneva) began her serious experiments with ink pen and brush. Knowing the art history and the past artists’ achievements, she had a goal to create a new art style of visual arts. She succeeded, the NeoPopRealisim was born then. Today, NeoPopRealism is 25!

Author : the artists.org Category: art news
Posted on : December 25, 2013

Barak Obama took a selfie. This made headlines, not because he took it, but because he took it while attending the funeral of Nelson Mandela. It makes us realize how natural and almost unconscious an act it is. Like checking your messages on your iphone We do it all the time, without even thinking. Are these portraits a passing fad, or are they here to stay? Do they have a place in the art scene discourse? Alicia Eler interviews some artists who think they do.

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Author : the artists.org Category: art news
Posted on : December 19, 2013

Every artist wishes to sell his work, if only to make enough money to make another painting. Selling one's work to a collector and becoming financially independent is a dream. Of course, artists do not only wish for the money, but for the interaction which occurs when their work is exhibited. However, it is the art market which determines which works should be on view. Some collectors keep their art hidden away because rarity of work fuels prices. How does this affect the artist and the viewer?

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