The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events

The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events

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The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events
The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events If you would like to submit an event (Facebook event link is appreciated) or press release, send to artandcakela@gmail.com with a high res jpeg for publication)   Wednesday April 17th   I Am Nature – Artist Talk The Loft at Liz’s 453 S La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, […]
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Writing Articles From AMAZINES.COM

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Writing Articles From AMAZINES.COM
Essay 10 Talking About Online Shopping To explore the meaning and moral framing of sustainable prosperity, we have been commissioning papers by leading international philosophers, social theorists and political economists, each adopting a distinctive and divergent perspective on the topic. When you conclude, instead of adding many sentences, you can make it crisp by adding […]
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Challenging Experiences In High School As A Topic For Application Essays By Nancy Haverford

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Challenging Experiences In High School As A Topic For Application Essays By Nancy Haverford
Important Features Of Definition Essay Books Lindsay Ellis’s latest video essay is about Barthe’s Death of the Author and the relevance it has to some modern texts, especially John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars. The minimum or maximum number of pages or words for admission essays is often given, so you have to write […]
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The mystery of the century the labyrinth of the mind

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The mystery of the century the labyrinth of the mind
Try to unravel the secret of this image…. Riddle WebSite: http://bit.ly/aptekar9
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Chicago’s Pizza In The Rain Celebrates Year-Long ‘Landscapes’ Project With Exhibition

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Chicago’s Pizza In The Rain Celebrates Year-Long ‘Landscapes’ Project With Exhibition
We’ve covered Chicago’s PITR and his ambitious street work in the past, and his latest endeavor ups the ante again. We have high expectations for this artist, especially after the magnificent “Paper Portraits” in 2016 and incredible 9 month collaborative project “Good Example” in 2017. PITR x Zissou Tasseff-Elenkoff   Originally launched in October 2018 […]
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Kaff-eine – Southern Wild

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Kaff-eine – Southern Wild
Melbourne street artist Kaff-eine’s upcoming exhibition, Southern Wild, celebrates our real, everyday bodies through surreal nude portraits of humanlike characters. Melbourne’s street art spotters have long spied them lurking in city laneways and abandoned spaces; paintings of large, quietly looming characters with nude human bodies, deer skull heads, and hooves for feet. Kaff-eine’s intriguing ‘deerhunters’ […]
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The Paintings of Jean Paul Langlois

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The Paintings of Jean Paul Langlois
The paintings of Jean Paul Langlois blend memories of 1970s sci-fi and Westerns of his youth, while also exploring the artist’s connection to his own native and non-native roots. Within his Old West scenes, you may also see a character from “Planet of the Apes” or references to Saturday morning cartoons. His “Origin Stories” series, […]
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Hi-Fructose Vol. 54 Preview!

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Hi-Fructose Vol. 54 Preview!
Mitsuru Watanabe Here’s a sneak peek at the next issue of Hi-Fructose, in mailboxes and on shelves around the world in January! This issue features: the paintings of Eunjeong Choi, the paintings of Riika Sormunen, a retrospective on the art and life of Eyvind Earle, the narrative quilts of Bisa Butler, the geometric B-Boy sculptures […]
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Henrik Aa. Uldalen Returns to JD Malat Gallery With ‘Lethe’

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Henrik Aa. Uldalen Returns to JD Malat Gallery With ‘Lethe’
Painter Henrik Aa. Uldalen brings riveting new portraits to JD Malat Gallery with his new show, “Lethe.” The artist, who crafted the cover for Hi-Fructose Vol. 24, is known for his impasto, highly emotive paintings. “Lethe” opens December 13 and runs through January 11, 2020. More
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Fantastical Paintings of Peter Ferguson Return With ‘Skip Forward When Held’

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Fantastical Paintings of Peter Ferguson Return With ‘Skip Forward When Held’
Painter Peter Ferguson returns to Roq La Rue Gallery with “Skip Forward When Held,” bringing his sensibility that blends notes of the Dutch Renaissance, Lovecraftian creatures, and more. The show, running through January 25 at the space, brings new oil paintings to the space. Ferguson was last featured on our site here. More
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The Pop Culture-Infused Paintings of Dave Pollot

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The Pop Culture-Infused Paintings of Dave Pollot
Dave Pollot revitalizes thrift store paintings with surreal or pop culture-centered flourishes. The artist recently painted giant banana duct taped to an existing mountainous backdrop for a piece auctioned for charity. The reason: Pollot says these conversations “can happen while people have little or nothing to eat.” More
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The Drawings of Catriona Secker

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The Drawings of Catriona Secker
In her graphite drawings and paintings, Catriona Secker finds inspiration in biology textbooks and vintage natural history tomes. In the drawing above, in particular, the artist said she found inspiration in the reproductive system of a cockroach. Secker, whose work has been exhibited in Hong Kong, Australia, and beyond, is based in Sydney. More
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Dramatic Brush Strokes Energize Trees in Paintings by Adam S. Doyle

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Dramatic Brush Strokes Energize Trees in Paintings by Adam S. Doyle
All photographs (c) Adam S. Doyle, shared with permission Artist Adam S. Doyle (previously) is known for his paintings of birds and other animals that call attention to, rather than mask, his brush strokes. In his latest series, “Night Fall Trees,” Doyle shifts his focus to a different living entity. “By putting trees front and […]
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‘The Bird & the Whale’ Tells a Short and Sweet Tale Using Paint-on-Glass Animation

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‘The Bird & the Whale’ Tells a Short and Sweet Tale Using Paint-on-Glass Animation
An animated short film written and directed by Carol Freeman uses an old-fashioned technique called paint-on-glass to form each luminescent frame. At seven minutes long, The Bird & the Whale is comprised of 4,300 paintings created by a small team of female artists in Dublin, Ireland. The animated film tells the story of a young […]
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New Book Collects ROA’s Black-and-White Creatures in Photographs from Around the World

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New Book Collects ROA’s Black-and-White Creatures in Photographs from Around the World
All photographs © ROA, shared with permission. Atlanta, Georgia, United States Those unable to experience the black-and-white murals of Belgian artist ROA (previously) in person can admire photographs of his works in the recently published Codex. Released by Lannoo Publishers, the 352-page book contains four chapters centered on Eurasia, Africa, America, and Oceania, regions where […]
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Aerial Embroidery Showcases the Hidden Patterns of Cultivated Farmland

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Aerial Embroidery Showcases the Hidden Patterns of Cultivated Farmland
Humble fields become abstracted artworks in thread paintings by Victoria Rose Richards. The artist uses a combination of tight, straight lines and lush French knots to emulate the rural patterning of closely-cropped fields divided by hedges and woods. Richards, who is 21 years old and based in South West Devon, U.K., draws inspiration from the […]
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Flower-Filled Portraits by Diaja Celebrate Natural Beauty in the African Diaspora

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Flower-Filled Portraits by Diaja Celebrate Natural Beauty in the African Diaspora
Photographer and designer Ceres Henry embellishes her portrait subjects with floral body paint and fresh blossoms in her Adam & Eve series. The New York-based artist hand-painted each person before the shoot, inspired in the moment by the flowers she had pre-selected, and then worked the three-dimensional blooms into the composition. Henry, who goes by […]
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Banal Moments Contorted into Surreal Stoneware Sculptures by Genesis Belanger

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Banal Moments Contorted into Surreal Stoneware Sculptures by Genesis Belanger
Genesis Belanger twists and stretches familiar objects into surreal scenarios with her stoneware, porcelain, and concrete sculptures. The Brooklyn-based artist frequently depicts detached limbs, misplaced teeth, and unusually located food in her work. One sculpture shows a mustard-topped hot dog disappearing into a handbag with a mouth-like zipper; another series dispenses rocks from dysfunctional quarter […]
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Fine and Street Art Aesthetics Merge in Anthony Lister’s Expressive Murals

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Fine and Street Art Aesthetics Merge in Anthony Lister’s Expressive Murals
Australian artist Anthony Lister paints illustrative murals that blur the line between street art and fine art. The subjects on his walls range from figurative paintings of dancing ballerinas, to large scale portraits with rosy cheeks and red noses. Lister’s unique style is a result of his early influences and experience with graffiti, as well […]
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New National Field Scan Explores Programs Supporting Art in the Public Realm

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New National Field Scan Explores Programs Supporting Art in the Public Realm
Barr Foundation and Americans for the Arts release National Scan looking at support for art in the public realm Friday, April 5, 2019 Category:  Americans for the Arts News In the spirit of advancing field dialogue, Americans for the Arts and the Barr Foundation are happy to share “Programs Supporting Art in the Public Realm: A National Field […]
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Collectors Favorites: Bestselling Artists of May

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Collectors Favorites: Bestselling Artists of May
Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections? Though your tastes may differ, seeing what others are purchasing can help you discover new artists whose works you might not otherwise have considered. Below, meet 5 artists who have proven to be popular favorites with our collectors. For more ideas, browse our recently sold […]
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Featured Contributor: Frances Richard

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Featured Contributor: Frances Richard
Frances Richard at the Gordon Matta-Clark: Physical Poetics launch party, Mar 14, 2019, Curatorial Research Bureau, San Francisco. Your newest book, Gordon Matta-Clark: Physical Poetics, was just published by the University of California Press. Congratulations! How are you celebrating its arrival? Two excerpts have been published, at Flash Art and Places Journal. We held a […]
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What I’m Doing When I’m Selling Out

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What I’m Doing When I’m Selling Out
Photo: Ariel Osterweis. At work, I pretend to be a museum guard, posting myself behind a wall in the last gallery of a large group exhibition. Whenever a visitor turns the corner and starts to look at the surrounding artworks, my striptease begins. I wear heeled boots that make loud clacking sounds when I pace […]
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From the Sugar Cube to the 101

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From the Sugar Cube to the 101
Working on the tenth floor of SFMOMA in its bright and shiny new configuration afforded me an exquisite view of the Bay Bridge from one side, Sutro Tower and a broad vista of San Francisco on the other — a bird’s eye POV. My desk was white, my cube was white, the walls were white. […]
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