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Shortlist Announced for Summer 2015 Georgia Fee Residency  
5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Shortlist for the Georgia Fee Artist | Writer ResidencySummer Term 2015 We are pleased to announce our shortlist for the Summer 2015 residency. The candidates will be interviewed this coming week and the selected resident will be announced at the beginning of June. Thank you to everyone who applied, this was an exceptionally competitive round. All applications were considered and discussed at length amongst our panel and even if you did not make it this time, we encourage you to... [more]

Round 2 Juried Winners of the ArtSlant Prize  
5/18/15 Posted 5/18/15

$20,000 in Cash and Exhibition Awards We are very pleased to announce our 2nd round Juried Winners! Congratulations to our winners! Round 3 is open May 15th - June 12th. Learn more about the ArtSlant Prize Round 2 Juried Winners: ABSTRACT Artist: Helena Parriott Title: Dissociation 15, 2014 Medium: Acrylic on canvas, 10.5 x 8.5 inches ABSTRACT II Artist: Rachel Garrard Title: Follow, 2015 Medium: Ash on Canvas,... [more]

Round 3 of The ArtSlant Prize Now Accepting Submissions  
5/18/15 Posted 5/18/15

Image: Round 2 Juried Winner, Rachel Garrard, Follow, 2015, Ash on Canvas, 72 x 66 inches Round 3 is officially open! Submit your work today to enter the ArtSlant Prize 2015 competition. Up for grabs are great exposure, exhibition and sales opportunities including inclusion in our brand new Amazon Art Sales Platform - not to mention cash prizes for selected ArtSlant Prize winners. See below for all the details. Check out the latest submissions from the ArtSlant Community on our Art p... [more]

20150411184942-thitpok-site Celebrating the Lump: Nancy Lu Rosenheim at the Hyde Park Art Center  
Nancy Lu Rosenheim at Hyde Park Art Center > Chicago
April 12th - July 12th
Posted 5/18/15

By S. Nicole Lane Ta Prohm Trees, Gallery 2, Nancy Lu Rosenheim “I sat there, my heart beating fast, shaken by what had happened. The destruction of life and the boundless mystery of the content of softness.” -Magdalena Abakanowicz, Statements (1979-94) Knotted hair, tornadoes, log cabins, and pig sties, are (to name a few) the nouns which Nancy Lu Rosenheim applies to her work—trees of heaven, band aids, and sticks are stated as materials and the list goes on. Oddly enough, this specific dict... [more]

20150515233606-resized_folio_blue_guy_bouncy AMAZING!  
Andrea Marie Breiling at Peggy Phelps Gallery, Claremont Graduate University > Los Angeles
May 16th, 2014 - May 16th, 2014
Posted 5/15/15

What a great and exciting show. The work was amaizng. A++ would reccommend to a friend. Andrea Marie Breiling really put together amazing painting show. She is an awesome painter and artist and is now showing with Sonce Aexander Gallery in Los ANgeles, and Galleri Urbane in Dallas Texas! Her work incorporates elemenrs of all geners and each show brings different dimensions to her trajectory and overall art conversation. Her recent solo show at Sonce Alexander Gallery was a huge success. And her Up... [more]

Art or Not?  
5/15/15 Posted 5/15/15

Art or Not? Oh, hold up: it's Frieze Week in New York, the prime opportunity to catch some Art or Not action... Every week, we ask our discerning readers to play a game of spot the difference. One of the artworks described below is a genuine artwork snapped by our Senior Editor Joel Kuennen in New York this week: #1 The artist has built a set of fantastical hand-woven bird nests that will hang from the lampposts in the north end of the Park. The nests will incorporate typical nesting mater... [more]

20150519201253-v14 Venice Biennale 2015: Swatch Faces  
Eva and Adele, Luca Bray, Chiara Luzzana, Yan Preston, Joana Vasconcelos, Alec Von Bargen at Arsenale > Los Angeles
May 9th - November 22nd
Posted 5/19/15

Review by Paolo Ferrarini for New York's [more]

Blockbuster Picasso  
5/13/15 Posted 5/13/15

The record-breaking Picasso entitled ‘Les Femmes d’Alger’ on display after the auction. Photograph: UPI /Landov / Barcroft Media/UPI /Landov / Barcroft Media via The Guardian A work by Pablo Picasso, the artist played by Anthony Hopkins in the 1996 film Surviving Picasso, has set a new world record as the most expensive artwork to be sold at auction in New York. Women Of Algiers (Version 0) is part of a range of works the painter created to look great in the foyers of big b... [more]

Hugo Slepoy nos hace caminar con la vista - TorontoEnter...  
at EVOKE Gallery, Toronto > Los Angeles
November 27th, 2014 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 5/11/15

Hugo Slepoy nos hace caminar con la vista - TorontoEntero Hugo Slepoy nos hace caminar con la vista - TorontoEnter... A color o en blanco y negro, los paisajes trazados a mano alzada aparecen llenos de interesantes detalles arquitectónicos de edificios históricos y moderno View on Preview by Yahoo ... [more]

20150510030822-one_two_punchfinal- Featured Artist RF Paints Interview  
Patricia Aaron at William and Joseph Gallery Santa Fe, NM > Santa Fe
May 1st - May 31st
Posted 5/10/15 [more]

20150508021612-nepal_quake_relief2_500 The Art World Responds to the Nepali Crisis  
5/8/15 Posted 5/8/15

The devastating earthquake in Nepal has resonated as deeply with many in the arts community especially given the region's rich arts heritage and far-reaching cultural connections to institutions and organizations all over the world. During these times of global sadness, and as people the world around reflect on the crisis and its aftermath, we're reminded of the pivotal role of art as an expression of the inexpressible, uniting people and as an effective way to galvanize masses to action: two w... [more]

Art or Not?  
5/8/15 Posted 5/8/15

Art or Not? Love it or hate it, the PR machine that drives contemporary art world sometimes seems to take the piss. Is this endemic of laziness, or a stroke of genius? Can spin turn the humble hoover into a work of art? Someone thinks so, because they paid a whopping $11,801,000 for one of the vacuum cleaner artworks described below... #1 In 1990 the artist staged a series of spontaneous street interventions organized in tandem across the U.S. Prefiguring the pop-up art display, the apparently desultory rep... [more]

Welcome to Local: Issue 3 of Editions  
5/7/15 Posted 5/7/15

LOCAL Table of Contents: Lost in the Local | James Pepper Kelly Bottling Local | Edo Dijksterhuis The Place of the Museum | Joel Kuennen New York State of Grind | Darren Jones We Are All Synecdoches | Himali Singh Soin Relocating Home | Nicole Rodriguez The latest issue of Editions was inspired by the preponderance of “local” movements—particularly in food and craft culture. We so often hear this heart-warming, feel good idea that local is somehow better, more sustainable—and w... [more]

20150504202727-projection Crashing "Projection"  
Vincent Lamouroux at Please Do Not Enter > Los Angeles
April 26th - May 10th
Posted 5/4/15

A gaggle of young adults dressed to the nines on a street corner in Silver Lake, CA, is not an uncommon occurrence. It probably happens every day for some reason or another. It’s not so common, however, when the entire street corner itself is also dressed up. At the intersection of Bates and Sunset, you can see an entire block coated in white wash. The former Bates Motel and its surroundings, including fences, barbed wire, palm trees, and shrubbery, are all covered in an organic, lime-ba... [more]

The Three Best Portrait Painters in the World?  
5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

Three (white, middle-aged, male) artists have been announced for the final shortlist for this year's BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery, London—one of the world's most prestigious portraiture painting prizes, aimed at encouraging artists to develop the portrait in their work. The entries must all be painted in oil, tempera, or acrylic on canvas or board and must be painted from a real life sitting. Matan Ben-Cnaan, Michael Gaskell, and Borja Buces Renard are the final th... [more]

20150501161258-15b0abd07e74f51ad0820476bcd4fba2 ArtSlant Prize winner Edra Soto in collaboration with Dan Sullivan at Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York  
5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

The former ArtSlant Prize winner Edra Soto and Dan Sullivan bring together ideas of tradition, leisure and collaboration in the instalation work at the Morgan Lehman Gallery, on display May 7th - June 13th, 2015. Edra Soto and Dan Sulliva, DominoDomino, 2014, Domino table with four stools, inlaid corian on jatoba wood 30 x 30 x 30 in The creative act is not performed by the artist alone; the spectator brings the work in contact with the external world by deciphering and interpreting its inner qua... [more]

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