US Conference of Mayors’ 2018 Arts & Military Resolution

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US Conference of Mayors’ 2018 Arts & Military Resolution
Funding Arts, Health, and Well-Being Across the Military Continuum Friday, July 20, 2018 Category:  Americans for the Arts News The resolution cites the potential of creative arts therapies and artist directed programs to positively impact the healthcare spending concerns, quality of care issues, and healthcare needs of active military and veteran populations.
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Gabriel Barredo’s Absorbing Mixed-Media Sculptures

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Gabriel Barredo’s Absorbing Mixed-Media Sculptures
Gabriel Barredo’s meticulous mixed-media sculptures and installations are made using found objects. The artist’s pieces are at times created to move, their writhing interworkings appearing both organic and mechanical in nature. Works like “Madamadam” (top), startle even in their stillness. More
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“Catastrophe and the Power of Art”: art, disaster and social change at Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

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“Catastrophe and the Power of Art”: art, disaster and social change at Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum hosts the monumental group show “Catastrophe and the Power of Art”, curated by Kondo Kenichi. Featuring 40 artists and collectives, the exhibition examines ways of articulating disastrous events and harnessing the ‘power’ of the visual arts for social change. Yoko Ono, ‘Add Color Painting (Refugee Boat)’, 1960 / 2016, mixed media […]
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The Safari Experience

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The Safari Experience
Joining a wildlife safari is a magic experience, one that stays with you long after you have returned home. I know this from first hand experience, having been involved with many safaris over the years. Nothing compares to the experience of witnessing wildlife in its natural environment. It can be breathtaking in its beauty, awe […]
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My attempt at a Bob Ross, acrylic on canvas 🎨🎄

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My attempt at a Bob Ross, acrylic on canvas 🎨🎄
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Mathew Cerletty at STANDARD (OSLO)

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Mathew Cerletty at STANDARD (OSLO)
Artist: Mathew Cerletty Venue: STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo Exhibition Title: Whiskers Date: April 5 – May 11, 2019 Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images, press release, and link available after the jump. Images: Images courtesy of STANDARD (OSLO). Photos by Vegard Kleven. Press Release: Piecemeal memories of a dream, deep-seated triggers for refection, or the new beginnings of […]
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Biochemistry Professor Transforms His Research into Bronze Recreations of Ancient Trilobites and Modern Insects

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Biochemistry Professor Transforms His Research into Bronze Recreations of Ancient Trilobites and Modern Insects
D. Allan Drummond (previously) is an associate professor of biochemistry, molecular biology, and human genetics at the University of Chicago. A few years ago Drummond began turning his extensive research of fossils and prehistoric sea creatures into detailed computer renderings which he then 3D prints and casts in bronze. Although many of his sculptures are inspired by […]
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The 2018 Turner Prize Focuses on Video Art in Political Times

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The 2018 Turner Prize Focuses on Video Art in Political Times
Naeem Mohaiemen, Tripoli Cancelled, 2017, single channel film. Commissioned by documenta 14. Co-commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation and Art Jameel. Additional support by Locus Athens, Hellinikon AE, and Experimenter. The Turner Prize is famously known as the art world’s most provocative prize. From Damien Hirst’s formaldehyde cows, Tracey Emin’s tampon-strewn bed, and Martin Creed’s flickering […]
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The Paper Sculptures of Ryan Villamael

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The Paper Sculptures of Ryan Villamael
In Ryan Villamael’s paper sculptures, cityscapes and military structures protrude out of books. The artist rummaged through shops and garage sales to find wartime books that serve as the foundation for these creations. Elsewhere, the artist has created paper installation that resemble organic matter, rather than manmade weaponry and vessels. More
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Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography

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Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography
The post Photoshop Focus Stacking for Still Life and Product Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Darina Kopcok. Still life and product photography often require that your entire subject be sharp. This can be difficult to achieve in-camera because if you’re shooting up-close, you can’t always get a lot of […]
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Art Jobs and Opportunities | Pearl Lam Galleries, Mamut Art Project, Asian Civilisations Museum, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Kunsthalle Wien, Transmediale… and more

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Art Jobs and Opportunities | Pearl Lam Galleries, Mamut Art Project, Asian Civilisations Museum, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Kunsthalle Wien, Transmediale… and more
Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is an archive of openings in the visual art world. Whether you are an artist or an aspiring curator, a market analyst or a scholar, Art Radar Opportunities has listings that will pique your interest. Every week we add new positions suitable for a […]
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Lena Moross at Monopole Wine Bar

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Lena Moross at Monopole Wine Bar
Lena Moross, Untitled, Monopole Wine Bar; Image courtesy of the artist Lena Moross at Monopole Wine Bar through May 18 Monopole Wine Bar, Pasadena Written by Eve Wood I love discovering art in unexpected places, especially when the art enhances the overall experience of moving through a living, thriving city space. Lena Moross’ beautiful paintings […]
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How Lorraine O’Grady Has Challenged a Segregated Art World

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How Lorraine O’Grady Has Challenged a Segregated Art World
Installation view, Lorraine O’Grady: From Me to Them to Me Again, SCAD Museum of Art (image courtesy of SCAD Museum of Art) SAVANNAH, Georgia — From the moment I first saw Lorraine O’Grady’s art, at an exhibition of her photography Art Is … at the Studio Museum in Harlem, I felt she was interested not simply […]
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Unveiling the New Look of Lori McNee

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Unveiling the New Look of Lori McNee
Today, I’m thrilled to be unveiling the new look of www.LoriMcNee.com! After a month or more of working with my talented web developer, www.LoriMcNee.com is finally up and running! Of course, like any creative endeavor, it is a work in progress. As most of you know, I coach my fellow artists on marketing and social […]
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“Rooms” by Photographer Joris Hermans

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“Rooms” by Photographer Joris Hermans
Joris Hermans Australia, Airlie Beach     Australia, Mackay     Cambodia, Kampot     Cambodia, Koh Kong     Cambodia, Stung Treng     India, Bikaner     India, Delhi     India, Kochi     India, Mumbai     India, Munnar     India, Truchirapalli     Indonesia, Bukit Lawang     Indonesia, […]
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Montana Landscape, Acrylic on Canvas, 16"x 20"

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Montana Landscape, Acrylic on Canvas, 16"x 20"
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Indian artist Rekha Rodwittiya celebrates her 60th birthday with “Rekha@60” – in conversation

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Indian artist Rekha Rodwittiya celebrates her 60th birthday with “Rekha@60” – in conversation
Indian artist Rekha Rodwittiya presents a new body of work at Sakshi Gallery in Mumbai, looking back on a physical and spiritual journey across the six decades of her life. Art Radar also talks to the artist about her life and her practice. Rekha Rodwittiya. Image courtesy the artist and Sakshi Gallery. Articulating feminine politics […]
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SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE Prints by Alice X. Zhang On Sale Info!

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SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE Prints by Alice X. Zhang On Sale Info!
Alice X. Zhang swings back to Bottleneck with some out-of-this-universe art for our favorite webslinger–er, webslingers–from last year’s extraordinary animated film, Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse. Alice’s newest prints feature first-time Spider-man, Miles Morales, and fan favorite Spider-Gwen. Alice’s character portraits provide a brilliantly painted palette to an already uniquely animated film, and showcase a confident […]
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René Heyvaert at Clearing

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René Heyvaert at Clearing
Artist: René Heyvaert Venue: Clearing, Brussels Date: November 17, 2018 – February 2, 2019 Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images, press release, and link available after the jump. Images: Images courtesy of Clearing, Brussels and New York Press Release: In 1980, René Heyvaert sent his friends Juliette Rousseff and Guy Vandeloise a two-sided rectangular card. […]
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Connie Lane’s Linear Amplitude

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Connie Lane’s Linear Amplitude
Connie Lane, Linear Amplitude, Michael Stearns Studio at the Loft; Image courtesy of the artist Connie Lane: Linear Amplitude closed March 29 Michael Stearns Studio at the Loft, San Pedro Written by Genie Davis Connie Lane’s Linear Amplitude, which showed at Michael Stearns Studio at the Loft in San Pedro, is a haunting and ephemeral […]
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The Anti-Caravaggio

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The Anti-Caravaggio
Jacopo da Pontormo, “Visitation” (1528–1529), oil on panel, 79 1/2 × 61 7/16 inches, Carmignano, Pieve di San Michele Arcangelo (image courtesy the Morgan Library & Museum) Jacopo da Pontormo was the anti-Caravaggio; more accurately, Caravaggio was the anti-Pontormo. Although the former died 14 years before the latter was born, I think of them as […]
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Exclusive Monet’s Garden Landscape Painting Workshop 2018

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Exclusive Monet’s Garden Landscape Painting Workshop 2018
Follow in the footsteps of the French Impressionists. Back by popular demand, join artist Lori McNee for an exclusive week of landscape painting in Monet’s Garden! You will have the unique opportunity to paint and photograph in the magical garden of Claude Monet – without the general public, September 5 – 12, 2018. (Class is Full) Also, […]
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Brush Cleaning with Jackson’s Marseille Soap

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Brush Cleaning with Jackson’s Marseille Soap
Brush cleaning isn’t glamorous but if you want to keep your brushes in good condition it’s got to be done – so it’s good to have an efficient system for the chore, then you can spend more time painting. Acrylic painters know that leaving their brushes in water until they come back to paint again […]
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