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  • Sage Gallon
    Sage Gallon an up and coming artist discusses his art, culture and humanity
    This article is focused on a dynamic new artist Sage Gallon born Leslie A. Gallon who changed his name to Sage 15 years ago because he went through a spiritual transformation. I personally was drawn to him through his art work posted on Instagram...
  • 'Growing in the fields'
    Extreme engineering in Museum of Modern Art
    ‘The Art of the Motorcycle’ at the GuggenheimMuseum; ‘Cars as Art’ at the MontrealMuseum of Fine Arts; the ‘BMW Art Cars’sought after by museums around the world; a rare Cisitalia sportscar on permanent display...
  • An example of Antoinette Jaward's art.
    Artist Spotlight: Antoinette Jaward
    Art is an integral part of human society. Art can be found in both nature and the designs of man-made things like cars, buildings, and clothing. Although art and beauty are appreciated by almost everyone, it is an unfortunate fact that there are...
  • Chicago's Art Institute expands its contemporary collection with important gifts
    Chicago's Art Institute expands its contemporary collection with important gifts
    The Art Institute of Chicago has received the largest gift of art in its 136-year history with the Edlis/Neeson Collection. Thanks to Stefan T. Edlis and Gael Neeson’s donation, the Museum will add more than 40 contemporary masterpieces...
  • The Galerie Project combines art and music at their live events.
    The Galerie Project
    Art is everywhere; its elements are seen in everything that is designed including cars, buildings, and clothing. Music is also an insidious art form that is often heard in the background of even the most unlikely places like elevators and...
  • Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery to reopen Nov. 13 after two-year renovation
    Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery to reopen Nov. 13 after two-year renovation
    The Renwick Gallery, home to the Smithsonian American Art Museum's craft and decorative arts program, will reopen on Friday, Nov. 13, following a comprehensive two-year renovation, the museum announced April 20.The reopening will be celebrated...
  • Bobbie Burgers returned to Toronto's Bau-Xi Gallery for her exhibition 'Seeds of Rebellion'
    Bobbie Burgers returns to Toronto's Bau-Xi Gallery for new exhibition
    Last June, Canadian artist Bobbie Burgers visited both the Art Gallery of Ontario and Bau-Xi Gallery across the street to discuss her latest exhibition. This year on April 18, Burgers once again introduced her latest works in an exhibition called...
  • My Own Creation
    Make Your Own Altered Art
    I came upon this book called Altered Art by Madeline Arendt while browsing things hoping I'd find a cheap flexible tape measure to help aid measurements for my fitness goals (which turns out Dollar Tree didn't have any). I started...
  • Beyond Canvas SF Art Workshop
    Outdoor painting workshops offered in picturesque San Francisco
    On your next trip to San Francisco, come home with the one thing even better than a great photo: a great painting.Many describe the city of San Francisco as "picturesque," but few have the chance to actually paint a picture of it.While...
  • Aracelis Rivera works in a range of mediums and styles. This piece is titled "My Monet."
    Artist Spotlight: Aracelis Rivera
    Art is an integral part of human society. Art can be found in both nature and the designs of man-made things like cars, buildings, and clothing. Although art and beauty are appreciated by almost everyone, it is an unfortunate fact that there are...
  • "No Anxious Moments" (1918) by Hank Willis Thomas
    Hank Willis Thomas looks back on 100 years of white women
    The Jack Shainman Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting a collection of work by Hank Willis Thomas for the exhibition Unbranded: A Century of White Women, 1915—2015. For his fifth solo show at the gallery, Thomas unveils 101 photographs...
  • In Tel Aviv? Check out a cool exhibit of masks made with preserved animal bones
    In Tel Aviv? Check out a cool exhibit of masks made with preserved animal bones
    Masks were probably one of the first creations of primitive man. They were used by all kinds of societies to communicate with spirits, scare or attract food animals, denote hierarchy within a tribe. There's a cool new mask exhibition about to...
  • Swifty's Restaurant Stephen Attoe & Robert Caravaggi Hosted "Exotic St. Martin Flow Drawings" Art Show Featuring Artist Christian Brechneff
    Exotic St. Martin Flow Drawings" Art Show at Swifty's Restaurant
    Swifty’s Restaurant on the Upper East Side has been a for over 15 years, despite an ever-changing dining scene. A sophisticated yet low-key restaurant, Swifty’s attracts a devoted clientele. Owners Stephen Attoe and Robert Caravaggi,...
  • Spanish Illustrator Fernando Ferreiro
    Exclusive interview with Spanish Illustrator Fernando Ferreiro
    Spanish Artist & Illustrator Fernando Ferreiro's work is incredible. Known for his portraits especially those of plus size women, Fernando's following on social media keeps growing and growing as people are finding out more about his...
  • The City of Lights mixes with The Windy City at Expo Chicago 2015
    The City of Lights mixes with The Windy City at Expo Chicago 2015
    “Expo Chicago is proud to announce the resulting programs formed by the French-American Curatorial Exchange, as well as strong ancillary events that will highlight French artists and curators in Chicago during Expo Art Week in 2015,”...
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