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Fresh Faces: New Portraits by Los Angeles Artists presented by Saatchi Art  
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3/24/16 Posted 3/24/16

Tonight in Santa Monica: Fresh Faces: New Portraits by Los Angeles Artists presented by Saatchi Art My portrait of Anna May Wong is part of this upcoming exhibition in Santa Monica. Anna May Wong was the first Chinese American film star, and the first Asian American actress to gain international recognition. Her acting career went from silent films to talkies, to stage, to radio, and to television. Born in Los Angeles, a few blocks from Chinatown, Anna May Wong's career has been an inspiration for many.... [more]

Reworking An Old Painting  
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3/22/16 Posted 3/22/16

Sightseeing 2016 oil on raw canvas 36 x 36 inches Buyers are often interested in buying an artist's latest work but they can be a lot more pricey. I frequently I sell older paintings that I did several years ago. The site Chairish.com has been particularly helpful in this regard. It is a sort of do-it-yourself interior design sort of site. Not being dedicated to fine art, I use it to sell only my old ones - at reasonable, affordable prices. I feel it’s a good deal for everyone: I... [more]

Loving Vincent  
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3/21/16 Posted 3/21/16

Currently under production by the Oscar winning companies Breakthru Films and Trademark Films, the animated film Loving Vincent delves into the life and art of Vincent Van Gogh. Each frame of the film is an oil painting on canvas that will lend a sense of immediacy and painterly touch to Vincent's story. Loving Vincent is sourced from over one hundred and twenty of Vincent Van Gogh's paintings and from the 800 letters written by Van Gogh during his lifetime. The trailers below give... [more]

Art Dubai Modern Turns the Tables on Gender Stereotyping in the Middle East   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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at Art Dubai March 16th - March 19th
Posted 3/16/16

“Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum?” The Guerrilla Girls have famously been asking the same question since 1989, when the feminist group first pointed out that “Less than 5% of the modern art section [at the museum] are women.” That was in New York, but does the same hold true for the representation and visibility of modern women artists in non-western regions? While the West is quick to slap a “suppressed” sticker on Middle Eastern women... [more]

< Harmony > (No.1) w/ Writings (Lyrical, Poetical)  
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3/9/16 Posted 3/9/16

< Harmony > (No.1) Trying to get Integration Combine Unification or unitedfor my personalities, still now.... But?Is it perfectly, possible?Why can I get Perfect? Any people can do Perfect? I think, if, I get just only "Harmony" for myself / ourselves.if, Is it happiness, peaceful mind, it is well for me; Don't you, Haruka? I ask myself / ourselves. Even if I cannot get "unification or united".if, it will not be come for me / us.Perfect; I cannot get it. But, it is not my sin, I think so. ex) If, "Harmony" is not true.Bu... [more]

U.S. Ambassador to Qatar - Dana Shell Smith  
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3/5/16 Posted 3/5/16

I'm truly grateful for this opportunity. Also, I do feel this is the greatest exhibition of my drawings. I created a ink drawing called "North Korea" that became a digital drawing called "Time". Soon after "Time" was created, ArtonFashion transformed it into a wearable work of art. It is truly a statement peice! What I find most amazing about this work of art, The Ambassador wore it in support of an American artist trying to make a difference. My ink and digital drawing are political statement... [more]

"Picturing The Unsyable" Editor's Choice, - BOMB MAGAZINE  
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Carl E. Hazlewood at Salena Gallery, Long Island University September 29th, 2014 - October 29th, 2014
Posted 3/4/16

Picturing the Unsayable: Carl E. Hazlewood by Patricia Spears Jones From the New York Quotidian series, 2012, pigment print, 15 × 10 inches. Images courtesy of the artist and Skoto Gallery, New York. I met Carl Hazlewood in that most millennial of ways: Facebook. His daily postings of his and other artists’ works intrigued me; I had to “friend” him. What started as an interest in daily musings and pictorial renderings became a full-fledged 3D friendship. But Car... [more]

Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology: Q&A with senior curator Anne Ellegood  
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3/1/16 Posted 3/1/16

Originally published by M Daily Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology is the first, large-scale exhibition to tackle the genres of institutional critique and appropriation. Drawing from the work of 36 artists, each gallery is organized by specific themes (Representation, Politics, Media, America, Language, Interaction, Public Record, Archive) rather than by chronology. It is focused on work produced in America from the late 1970s through the early 1990s (although there is a smatter... [more]

Ultraviolet Sun  
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Vanya Balogh, Nathan Birchenough, (BBKP) Nicholas Brown, 
Tom Estes, Sarah Gavin, Craig Kao, Jahan Nazeer, Savvas Papasavva, Riffy Powerz, Barbara Rosenthal, Annabelle Stapleton-Crittenden at WAC Waterloo Action Centre February 27th 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 2/27/16

Greg Sholette describes a “Mockstitution” as a mock institution that is an informally structured art agency that overtly mimics the name and to some degree the function of larger, more established organizational entities. Mockinstitution thrive within the voids left by an increasingly fractured social framework whose coherence is faltering thanks to rampant privatization, economic deregulation, ubiquitous social risk and day-to-day precariousness. Inserting themselves into these dete... [more]

Ultraviolet Sun  
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Vanya Balogh, Nathan Birchenough, (BBKP) Nicholas Brown, 
Tom Estes, Sarah Gavin, Craig Kao, Jahan Nazeer, Savvas Papasavva, Riffy Powerz, Barbara Rosenthal, Annabelle Stapleton-Crittenden at WAC Waterloo Action Centre February 27th 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 2/27/16

Greg Sholette describes a “Mockstitution” as a mock institution that is an informally structured art agency that overtly mimics the name and to some degree the function of larger, more established organizational entities. Mockinstitution thrive within the voids left by an increasingly fractured social framework whose coherence is faltering thanks to rampant privatization, economic deregulation, ubiquitous social risk and day-to-day precariousness. Inserting themselves into these d... [more]

How The Internet Is Rewiring Your Brain  
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Vanya Balogh, Nathan Birchenough, (BBKP) Nicholas Brown, 
Tom Estes, Sarah Gavin, Craig Kao, Jahan Nazeer, Savvas Papasavva, Riffy Powerz, Barbara Rosenthal, Annabelle Stapleton-Crittenden at WAC Waterloo Action Centre February 27th 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 2/27/16

Greg Sholette describes a “Mockstitution” as a mock institution that is an informally structured art agency that overtly mimics the name and to some degree the function of larger, more established organizational entities. Mockinstitution thrive within the voids left by an increasingly fractured social framework whose coherence is faltering thanks to rampant privatization, economic deregulation, ubiquitous social risk and day-to-day precariousness. Inserting themselves into these d... [more]

How The Internet Is Rewiring Your Brain  
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Vanya Balogh, Nathan Birchenough, (BBKP) Nicholas Brown, 
Tom Estes, Sarah Gavin, Craig Kao, Jahan Nazeer, Savvas Papasavva, Riffy Powerz, Barbara Rosenthal, Annabelle Stapleton-Crittenden at WAC Waterloo Action Centre February 27th 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 2/27/16

Emoticon by Artist Tom Estes for Communication Futures at The Old Royal Naval College during DRHA 2014 Greg Sholette describes a “Mockstitution” as a mock institution that is an informally structured art agency that overtly mimics the name and to some degree the function of larger, more established organizational entities. Mockinstitution thrive within the voids left by an increasingly fractured social framework whose coherence is faltering thanks to rampant privatization, economic deregulation, ubiquitous social risk and... [more]

Cheers to Art Basel Miami 2015  
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2/27/16 Posted 2/27/16

In writing this article, I first found myself repeating what I wrote last year. I guess I really want you to understand how much I love being amongst fellow artists, art enthusiasts, and art. So instead of reiterating my love of Art Basel Miami, I am here to tell you which of the art I would want to rip off the wall and take home with me …AND to take you on a journey to the party splendor that glows within Art Basel Miami. In this concentrated sea of art, there is a hope that just around t... [more]

Daniel Chimowitz Vogue in Paris  
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2/27/16 Posted 2/27/16

My first show in Paris was unexpected, overly welcomed, and consummated life long friendships. I’ve always said that having a fashion show is a dream and a nightmare. Usually, it’s a nightmare due to poor staging, models, or any other easily flawed piece of the larger puzzle; and the dream because it’s the glow of my work on stage. This time every moment was flawless, it’s Paris, and my host Anggy Haif is an expert. Within four days, he was seamlessly able to corral three fabulous models... [more]

Caroline Vis Art in Large sizes.  
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2/25/16 Posted 2/25/16

Caroline Vis abstract expressionism Large Modern Art. If you want some more information about the Dutch Artist Caroline Vis you find it at:http://www.caroline-vis.com By any question feel free to ask! Nameste Caroline Vis [more]

No strings attached  
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2/21/16 Posted 2/21/16

This winter feels more like a bad take on autumn without any room for nature’s captivating colours. The desolate days display but one shade of grey. The bleakness of the season can be evaded however: at The Merchant House’s second music soiree. Late last year the gallery treated its clientele to a delightful musical evening and it appears a new tradition was born, for February 25th will see the second of these soirees. The grand piano will once more be played by Marjes Benoist, wh... [more]


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