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  • Metro Curates
    Metro Curate offers low-key fair
    The New York City Winter Antique shows can be a lot to take in and sometimes held in stuffy venues. Metro Curates in Chelsea, NY offers a more cozy, relaxed setting to browse 37 galleries that includes folk art, abstract art, decorative art and...
  • Alternate art Ugin, the Spirit Dragon by Chris Rahn
    Alternate art Ugin, the Spirit Dragon oil painting reaches over $11,500 on eBay
    Fate Reforged doesn't hit retail shelves until later this week, however today Jan. 20, 2015 at 1:22 AM EST an eBay auction for the original Magic: The Gathering artwork of the new alternate art Ugin, the Spirit Dragon by Chris Rahnreached a...
  • The Art League Patropns' Show
    Want art - get art at the Torpedo Factory Annual Patrons' Show and Fundraiser
    Love art? Are you an avid art collector, or simply want to support local artists and arts organization - this is your chance! The 2015 Art League Patrons’ Show is the biggest fundraising event of the year to acquire high quality, original...
  • International art comes to Chicagoland
    International art comes to Chicagoland
    For the first time in the Art Institute of Chicago’s history, South American paintings from 17th, 18th and 19th centuries will be on display. Now through February 21, 2016, visitors can view A Voyage to South America: Andean Art in the...
  • GENTLEMANS-GAME
    Artist Interview: GENTLEMAN'S GAME
    Brandon Friend and Jason Douglas Griffin are the talented duo behind the collaboration of mixed media works, GENTLEMAN’S GAME. Each brings a unique force to their paintings, and over years of working together, their techniques have blended...
  • Homeschool Art
    Art Classes At The Carnegie Museum of Art
    The Carnegie Museum of Art will be holding the following winter programs:Form and Function: Think Like a Designer! (for ages 8–10)Your student learns how Greek and Roman history influences our modern art culture. They'll create clay...
  • Roads of Arabia exhibition
    The ancient worlds of Arabia visit San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum
    --Diane LeBow, photography John MontgomeryBE SURE TO CLICK ON THE SLIDE SHOWMost of us in the West think that Saudi Arabia is only deserts and oil. However, this land was a bridge between the East and the West back in 4000 BCE and earlier....
  • Keith Haring Self Portrait
    Keith Haring - Playfully Political and Powerful
    In the early 1980s, New York City was dirty, dangerous, and just a few years out from the brink of bankruptcy. To many, the city seemed in shambles, an unrecognizable shell of its once-vibrant former self.But to the thousands of creative souls...
  • "Happy Place" (2013) by Sam Friedman
    Sam Friedman illustrates 'Happy Places' at Chelsea gallery show
    The Joshua Liner Gallery is currently presenting a colorful collection of new work by Sam Friedman for the exhibition Happy Place. For his first show at the gallery, Friedman unveils several large-scale acrylic paintings in addition to 50 smaller...
  • TURQUERIE: An Eighteenth-Century European Fantasy
    Turquerie, a fanciful tour of decorative objects from the Ottoman Empire
    Having just recently written an article about the beginning of the Ottoman Empire, it was rather fortuitous that this book should arrive in such a timely fashion.There is no Ottoman Empire and the people do not exist any longer. No one today...
  • Santa Monica Museum of Art
    Santa Monica Museum of Art boldly champions contemporary art
    While sun, sand and surf are integral to the lifestyle in Santa Monica, Calif., so, too, are the visual arts, as evidenced by the presence and prestige of the Santa Monica Museum of Art.Founded in 1984, the museum has developed a reputation in the...
  • David Malcom Scott @ Rosalux
    David Malcolm Scott's Nature at Rosalux
    David Malcolm Scott has been using watercolor to examine the possibilities of the scroll for over 16 years, but his new show at Rosalux in NE Minneapolis makes a slight turn, delving into acrylics and exploring the square. Most of the 12 by 12...
  • "Five Pencils" (2014) by Micha Patiniott
    Artists illustrate FACES at latest Chelsea group show
    The Anna Zorina Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting an intriguing group exhibition of work by Bradley Hart, Alexander Kaletski, Micha Patiniott, and Hans Scheib for the show FACES. The works that these four artists offer explore the depths...
  • New documentary about Cuban artists available on VOD this Friday
    New documentary about Cuban artists available on VOD this Friday
    With the diplomatic situation between Cuba and the US changing, there has been a renewed interest in the people and culture of Cuba, especially the artists. (See Victoria Burnett's NY Times article "Cuba's Art Scene Awaits a Travel...
  • LOVE
    Five Hudson Valley Museums you must visit in 2015
    From Yonkers to Kingston on both sides of the Hudson River, visiting this subjective collection of Hudson Valley Museums presents the broadest look at the art, astronomy, nature, environment, maritime and cultural history of the Hudson Valley and...