Anonymous Gallery “100 Sculptures” Exhibition

Renowned American actor Leo Fitzpatrick, who starred in the cult film Kids directed by Larry Clark, is also a prominent gallerist of his own outpost called Anonymous Gallery and the co-director of Marlborough Chelsea gallery. Fitzpatrick’s Anonymous recently launched the fifth and final edition of its “100 Sculptures” show. Located on 136 Baxter Street, the […]

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Local bus shelter artwork brings a little color to the world | Newsletter

Ellensburg and the Kittitas Valley are blessed to have many gifted and talented artists, adding their own personal touch to the various projects around town. The First Friday Art Walk is back in full swing, showcasing several artists in the businesses, galleries and museums in the downtown district. Justin Gibbens and Will Bow painted an […]

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Regional Printing Affiliates Announce Print and Graphics Retirement Plan – A

Printing Industries Alliance (PIA), the Graphics Arts Association (GAA) and the Florida Graphics Alliance (FGA) recently announced the availability of a new program, a Multiple Employer 401(k) Plan, or MEP. The Print and Graphics Retirement Plan MEP leverages group purchasing power to provide participating member companies of the three associations with: No individual audit or […]

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San Diego African American Museum Of Fine Art Unveils ‘Say Their Names’ Memorial

Credit: San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art Above: The “Say Their Names” Memorial exhibit at the San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art, July 8, 2021. A memorial featuring 200 photos of Black people whose lives were lost due to what organizers called racial injustice, police brutality and/or racism was unveiled Saturday […]

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Old Town Saginaw wants to create ‘street art park’ under Court Street Bridge,

SAGINAW, MI – The Old Town Business Association wants to transform the vacant, graffiti-covered space beneath the Court Street Bridge into a “street art park.” Business leaders hope to secure a microgrant to fund the project, and the public can vote for it now. The reimagined space would feature works by local artists, “making the […]

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The 1994 VW Concept One Gave Us the Modern Retro Design Craze

In the early 1990s, two very different retro-themed concept cars hit the show circuit barely 12 months apart from each other. Both reached production nearly unchanged. One went on to spawn a styling revolution that sold millions of cars over the next two decades, while the other became a punchline that has only recently gained […]

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The World’s First NFT Resort by LABS Group Begins Auction on July 15th

Making resort and hotel investment possible for everyday investors HONG KONG / ACCESSWIRE / July 12, 2021 / LABS Group, an end-to-end blockchain property investment platform, will begin its auction of the world’s first-ever community-owned resort and Rewarding Timeshare (RTS) non-fungible token on July 15, 2021. Kunang Kunang Glamping Resort, the brand new resort located […]

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Artist Uses Photos, Motion Capture to Explore Military History in San Diego

An artist has integrated facial motion capture in an online exhibition that explores the military industry’s “disfigurement” of San Diego, California in an attempt to share a largely untold part of the region’s history. “Monumental Interventions: Secret City” is a multimedia online exhibition created by Evan Apodaca, a media artist, also from San Diego, whose […]

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Photo Agency Argues Photojournalists Do Not Have Copyright Protections

A Lisbon, Portugal-based photographer who worked for the news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP) is attempting to regain control of the copyrights for his images. To block him, AFP is stating no photojournalist deserves protection under copyright law, which could upset the entire industry. In a report from the Press Gazette, former photographer for AFP Francisco […]

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Bay View artist Lana Holman has drawn more than 80 chalk portraits

The sidewalk outside Lana Holman’s Bay View home is full of stories. In the last year, the concrete squares have been Holman’s canvas for more than 80 chalk portraits of notable figures, both historical and living. The art, along with short accompanying biographies posted to social media, have provided windows into the lives of everyone […]

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New York artists say #NYisOK

Photographer Martha Cooper documented street life and street art, and as a staff photographer for the New York Post from 1977 to 1980, she captured images of a city reeling from a financial crisis and high crime rates in neighborhoods such as the Lower East Side.  “Sometimes I would hang out a little bit and […]

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Worldwide Artwork Management Software Industry to 2028 – Adoption of Cloud-based

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Artwork Management Software Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis By Deployment and Application” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The artwork management software market was valued at US$ 469.05 million in 2020 and is projected to reach US$ 942.80 million by 2028; it is expected to grow at […]

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Out of this world: Fantasy artwork celebrated at Norman Rockwell Museum

A new fantasy-focused exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum shows the influence of five centuries of fantasy art on today’s illustrators and the themes that continue to be represented through centuries of human expression. “Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration” runs through Oct. 31 at the Stockbridge museum. Unlike science fiction, which is based on […]

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Los Angeles Dodgers to Auction 2020 World Series Ring NFT via Candy Digital –

After Major League Baseball (MLB) revealed a partnership with Candy Digital, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced it is auctioning a non-fungible token (NFT) World Series championship ring, a physical version, and a VIP first pitch experience. The NFT collection will start with an online auction on Monday, July 12, and net proceeds will go to […]

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‘Long Way Home’ exhibit returns as memorial to museum founder Lankton

CLINTON – To commemorate the life of the Museum of Russian Icons’ founder, Gordon Lankton, the exhibit “The Long Way Home: A Photographic Journey,” is being revived. Featuring more than 40 photographs taken by Lankton during a life-changing motorcycle trip to 24 different countries across Europe and Asia in the mid-1950s, the exhibition will be on view July […]

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Ancient Utyetye rock art protected from nesting swallows thanks to Ltyentye

Santa Theresa is a quaint little community 70kms south of Alice Springs. Key points: Swallows are building nests over the top of ancient rock art in the Santa Theresa homelands The Ltyentye Apurte rangers have called upon the Kaltukatjara rangers to teach them conservation skills Ranger Anton McMillan says it will be an ongoing task for the […]

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The Daughter of Collectors Who Gave the Beyeler Foundation a Trove of Art Is

Switzerland’s Beyeler Foundation is planning to deaccession a series of prized works given to the museum by Micheline Renard, wife of the late French automobile executive Claude-Louis Renard, in 2013. The donors’ daughter is not pleased. The Renards had long been close with fellow collectors Hildy and Ernst Beyeler, who founded the museum, and Micheline Renard gave the […]

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Light Widow FRS-Light Filter Reading Matte Box

The Light Widow FRS-Light is a 4×5.65″ matte box that despite its appearance, isn’t like most other matte boxes. Now, this is still in the prototype stage, but it is getting closer to being released. The Light Widow FRS-Light matte box uses a very unique filter reading system, so that users can easily swap filters […]

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Shop the Show: See German Artist Christina Kruse’s Whimsical Playground-Like

Every month, hundreds of galleries showcase new exhibitions on the Artnet Gallery Network—and every week, we shine a spotlight on the exhibitions we think you should see. Check out what we have in store, and inquire more with one simple click. What You Need to Know: German artist Christina Kruse has honed a distinctive sculptural […]

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Banacado Café / ASKA | ArchDaily

© Mikael Lundblad + 15 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/964873/banacado-cafe-aska Area Area of this architecture project Area:  70 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021 Photographs Photographs:  Mikael Lundblad © Mikael Lundblad Text description provided by the architects. Earlier this summer, café Banacado located in the lively area […]

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Hospitality days conclude Rehoboth Art League’s annual Cottage Tour

This year’s 71st annual Rehoboth Art League (RAL) Cottage Tour has been held virtually but that’s about to change.   With Gov. John Carney’s COVID Emergency Order ending Tuesday, July 13, 2021, the Art League’s executive director Sara Ganter says it will welcome people to its Henlopen Acres campus for the tour’s finale. “As things […]

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Things to do in Cincinnati this week: July 12-18

Monday, July 12 ART: On Her Shoulders, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Cincinnati Museum Center, 1301 Western Ave., Queensgate. Showcases the work of internationally acclaimed artist and poet Annie Ruth. Exhibition celebrates the diversity of voices and experiences in our country through 12 murals that share an intimate look at the lives of Black women. Free with […]

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Trump trolls Hunter Biden for selling his artwork for ‘up to $1m per painting

FORMER President Donald Trump took aim at Hunter Biden during his CPAC speech on Sunday, implying Biden’s son is not as useful as he could be. In his hour-and-a-half-long speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Trump took aim at Democrats, the Bidens, and even some Republicans. 4 Trump spoke for over an hour at […]

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Before & After Funkadelic’s ‘Maggot Brain’

On more than three dozen virtuosic, genre-blurring studio albums released from 1970 to 1982, George Clinton and the members of his rollicking Parliament-Funkadelic collective shaped the backbone and shook loose the booty of modern groove. Formed by singers in the orbit of a New Jersey barbershop in 1955, the group started as a Frankie Lymon […]

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Aquaman Artist Robson Rocha Dies After COVID Complications

Rising DC Comics star Robson Rocha has passed away. Sunday afternoon, word began circulating on social media of the artist’s passing after an extended battle with COVID-19. Just last week, friends of the Aquaman artist publicly asked for help in locating blood donors so Rocha could get a transfusion. Robson broke into comics in 2010 […]

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‘We Don’t Need Another Michelangelo’: In Italy, It’s Robots’ Turn to Sculpt

CARRARA, Italy — For centuries, the massive marble quarries above the Tuscan town of Carrara have yielded the raw material for the polished masterpieces of Italian sculptors like Michelangelo, Canova, Bernini and, most recently, ABB2. Carving with pinpoint precision, and at least some of the artistic flair of its more celebrated (and human) predecessors, ABB2, […]

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Mo Tuncay’s ‘Celebrations’ is sold at the Auction on NFT

Sydney, Australia, July 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The new NFT marketplace NFT STARS has auctioned the work ‘Celebrations’ of contemporary artist and abstract painter Mo Tuncay on July 9th. The bidding process lasted 24 hours until the NFT was sold for $4375. Mo Tuncay is a full-time abstract / semi-abstract painter whose works are exhibited all […]

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Top Blockchain Networks that Support Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT)

Investing in Non-fungible tokens (NFT) is extremely popular nowadays, as many collectibles and a lot of digital art pump up on certain platforms and auction houses. NFTs have become part of the crypto ecosystem, boosted by organizations that operate and develop crypto projects. Let us take a look at the top 10 NFT protocols, listed […]

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Parking meter art project underway in Virginia Beach’s ViBe District

This weekend, artists are transforming the meters in the ViBe District into works of art. You are welcome to stop by and watch. VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — When it comes to parking meters, they’re not exactly something you want to look at, but the ViBe Creative District is hoping to change that. Up and down […]

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