Lives/works in: TexasWebsite: http://www.antoanetaart.com/To purchase contact: Antoaneta Hillman
Antoaneta Melnikova-Hillman is a self-taught artist. She considers herself to be half Bulgarian, half Russian and 36% American. Her grandparents lost everything in the Russian Revolution, fleeing for their lives to Turkey and later to Bulgaria. Antoaneta was born in Pleven, Bulgaria, where she began her career in the arts writing poetry, influenced, as was h... [more]
Lives/works in: TexasProfile: http://www.artslant.com/byron-lacyTo purchase contact: Byron Lacy
Byron W. Lacy was born in Burnet, Texas on March 21, 1950. He is a fourth generation Texan. Byron’s Great Grandfather, George W. Lacy, came to Texas in the early 1850’s. George and two of his business partners donated the granite to build the current Texas state capitol. He also started a dog breed which is now called the Blue Lacy and is the state dog of Texas. Byron incorporates s... [more]
It's literally the hottest stop on the international art circuit.
Art is big business at SP-Arte and the world is catching on. As this São Paulo staple celebrates its ten-year anniversary, even more major international galleries come to play with their Brazilian counterparts. With Brazilian art and galleries coming to the forefront of the international art scene, we're predicting that Brazil is the next hot spot for the global art market.
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At ARCOmadrid, opportunity meets Iberian indulgence. The fair opens to professionals on Wednesday and to the mass public on Friday. See what everyone's talking about!
ArtSlant's ARCOmadrid Special Edition arrives in your inbox on Wednesday, featuring a sneak preview of gallery offerings, particularly this year's #FocusFinland.
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By John Motley | Special to The Oregonian
Entering San Francisco-based artist Bean Gilsdorf’s solo exhibition at PNCA’s Feldman Gallery, “An Exhibition That Might Exist,” something appears to be missing — namely, any outward signs of an exhibition. The artist has positioned an antique reading desk in the gallery’s center, where she displays reviews — one written for each day of the show’s run — of speculative exhibitions. On the front of the desk,... [more]
It Was For the Children
Photo of Simon Metke, 33, by Jana G. Pruden via Edmonton Journal
Edmonton resident and small time weed dealer Simon Metke had no idea he was in possession of a stolen ancient Persian artifact valued at $1.2 million, so just chill out. Canadian officials raided Metke’s apartment late last month, and (according to the Edmonton Journal) Metke was just sort of like, woah, “What the heck is going on?”
“There’s like 20 RCMP officers flooding my... [more]
"....... Guru Josh is one of those naif Artists that come along very rarely, with the right exposure his totally original Art would take the world by storm ....."
Marjorie Althorpe Guyton, Turner prize judge, world respected Art critic, director of visual Arts , The British Arts council ( responsible for discovering Damien Hurst & Tracy Emin to name but a few).
".......Truly gifted and one to watch, pulsating with pigment life and passion in 3 dimensions, this has never be... [more]