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The Catholic nun woman who made blissful, politically-charged Pop Art

Toward the finish of the tempestuous 1960s, the US got fascinated with Corita Kent, a religious recluse who made blissful, politically charged and strikingly vivid…

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Juried art display of understudy takes a shot at see at Lander

From intertwining thoughts motivated by two distinct shows, to placing their everything into class assignments, understudies with works in Lander University’s 2020 Juried Art Exhibit…

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For Denver, Crush Walls is a road craftsmanship fest. For road craftsmen, it’s a demonstration of genuine regard.

Crush Walls turns 10 this year, and it’s returning greater and, somehow, better than anyone might have expected. Credit the development — really, credit the…

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Laguna Art-A-Fair invites latest and familier countenances to opening day Friday

At Laguna Beach’s Art-A-Fair, one of the longest-running craftsmanship shows tucked into Laguna Canyon, every year can resemble a family gathering. At the point when…

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Obligation King Drahi’s Bid for Sotheby’s Puts the Art Planet in Play

In a lifelong characterized by brassy takeovers, Patrick Drahi’s offered for Sotheby’s positions as maybe the most amazing of all. The French-Israeli big shot has…

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Extreme going for Christie’s thin £36.4m Impressionist and Up to Date craftsmanship deal

The errand of filling London’s June deals following New York’s “Giga week”—plus the Venice Biennale in May and Art Basel the week before—is an unenviable…

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More than 100 Graffiti Labours and Murals Just on Exhibit in Astoria

More than 100 spray painting works and paintings have been painted on the dividers of structures in and around Welling Court in Astoria. The works…

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Margaret Kilgallen’s Special Blend of Society, Feminism, and Street Art

“I have always had an admiration for things that are well made, or not even well made. What you have to make in order to…

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Shrouded Water Lily Found Beneath Monet Painting

Since 1961, a sketch of wisteria by French impressionist Claude Monet has hung in the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, harboring a mystery underneath its twirling…

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