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Must See Amazing Museums Around the Globe 2021

Must See Amazing Museums Around the Globe 2021

With so many cultural hubs in the United States alone, it can be difficult to decide which cities contain museums worth the time, energy, and effort. The following is a brief guide to some of the world’s most impressive, comprehensive, and can’t miss art houses. -Musée du Louvre (Also Known As “The Louvre”) Starting with […]

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Giel Blankestijn 2021

Giel Blankestijn 2021

Giel Blankestijn is a quickly rising abstract digital artist. At only 20 years old, this Netherlands native is redefining many peoples perspective on non-traditional art mediums, showing that a mouse and monitor can be just as expressive as a paintbrush and canvas. Featured Work All work shown originally intended for Konvulse.com, a digital art community. Interview […]

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Oil Paintings by Chris Buzelli 2021

Oil Paintings by Chris Buzelli 2021

Chris Buzelli first reminded me of Mark Ryden’s oil paintings. Undoubtedly however there is a special uniqueness and inspiration in his work that is proving valuable to many viewers. Check out my favorite picks from his gallery below, and read a bit more about Chris. Bio (from chrisbuzelli.com): Chris Buzelli was born and raised outside of Chicago and […]

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San Francisco’s Amazing New Generation Galleries 2021

San Francisco’s Amazing New Generation Galleries 2021

San Francisco magazine featured a story in its April arts issue about the city’s changing gallery scene. The premise: A handful of “young and hungry” gallerists are working to transform San Francisco from a backwater to an international power center for emerging contemporary artists. The question asked and answered throughout is whether recent developments in the […]

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Culture

¡Cuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today in Montreal

¡Cuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today in Montreal

With Fidel Castro’s recent resignation announcement, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts ¡Cuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today couldn’t come at a more interesting time. The United States imposed embargo on Cuba in 1963 cut off US-Cuba political relations and strained even the ones on a more personal level. Canada has been more accepting to the […]

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DOGWOOD DAZE

DOGWOOD DAZE

My color for 2007? A glorious red informed with brown, what the 1960s Sherwin-Williams catalog would have termed “Autumn Red.” Not that it signified for me the end of summer or the onset of winter. No, it is a glorious burnt red, older and more cautious than brilliant scarlet, richer and more alive than dull […]

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The Only Amazing Manga Museum in the World 2021

The Only Amazing Manga Museum in the World 2021

Kyoto Manga Museum, famed for its geisha girls and global warming protocol, is also home to the only museum catering to manga, i.e. Japanese comics of wide-eyed heroes and heroines. The Kyoto International Manga Museum opened in November 2006 in a refurbished primary school and houses approximately 200,000 manga books and assorted historical items. On any given […]

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Richard Russo: Seriously Funny 2021

Richard Russo: Seriously Funny 2021

On Wednesday September 17th Seattle Arts and Lectures kicked off its 2008-2009 season with a lecture on humor by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Russo. Humor- it seemed an odd topic to me mainly because most of the aspects I remembered about Russo’s novel Empire Falls were dark in nature. The book explored characters dealing with […]

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Photography

Through Her Eyes | Angela Dawn in Portland 2021

Through Her Eyes | Angela Dawn in Portland 2021

Angela Dawn: Art is a way for us to view the world through the eyes of an artist. We gaze at what they consider beautiful; which may or may not be the same as our interpretations of the adjective. Nevertheless, these works give us a new perspective to consider and learn from. Some artists choose […]

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Outdoor inspiration Artist Jim Denevan

Outdoor inspiration Artist Jim Denevan

Jim Denevan Nature has inspired artists for centuries, from depicting it to interacting with it. Artist Jim Denevan is one of those who prefer the latter. Working completely by free-hand, Denevan constructs complex drawings on long stretches of beach. His canvas is organic, made of sea and sand. His drawings however look exactly the opposite; precise and meticulously calculated. […]

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The Fine Art of Surfing Photography 2021

The Fine Art of Surfing Photography 2021

LA photographer and gallery owner Ed Freeman wants to take surfing photography to a higher level. Which is not easy, given the vast cultural archive of imagery associated with perhaps the most photogenic of sports.  Surf shots are fun to look at, documenting a unique convergence of raw natural beauty and human skill, grace and fortitude. For his new […]

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Amazing Harold Golen Gallery Set Ablaze

Amazing Harold Golen Gallery Set Ablaze

The Harold Golen Gallery in Miami isn’t feeling to cool right now. If you’re in the Miami area, check out their exhibition “A journey into the Neo-Psychedelic Art Movement” featuring Skot Olsen. It’s running until January 5th, and I’m sure they could use some support. Hundreds of amazing and beautiful lowbrow paintings and artwork were destroyed […]

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Design

Inspired Hotels: 6 unique spots to book a room

Inspired Hotels: 6 unique spots to book a room

I get tempted to book last minute flights when I come across hotels like these. Although only the beginning in a world of design hotels, they should provide some inspiration for planning your next trip. Propeller Island City Lodge, Berlin, Germany More of a museum than a hotel, the Propeller Island City Lodge in Berlin […]

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Fashionably greening your wardrobe

Fashionably greening your wardrobe

Green fashion has taken on a new meaning, as seen at the New York Fashion Week which ended last Friday. If you think wearing sustainable, eco-friendly clothing means donning drab, unattractive styles, you are highly mistaken. Even high fashion has gone down the environmental path, so here’s a little sampling of designers and shows to […]

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Jared Nickerson

Jared Nickerson

Jared Nickerson (aka j3concepts) is an amazing artist. His skill and popularity is very widespread. He is steadily rising to one of the most popular vector artists online. Interview Hey Jared, thanks for taking the interview, and congrats on being the very first featured artist on ArtCulture.com! Hey, I appreciate the opportunity. How did you […]

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Amazing Stockholm Furniture Fair 2021

Amazing Stockholm Furniture Fair 2021

Stockholm Furniture Fair: In a city known for its chic and sleek Scandinavian design, it is no surprise that Stockholm hosts a cutting edge furniture fair full of new and creative designs. The Stockholm Furniture Fair kicks off tomorrow, and if you are in the area, there is no excuse for not stopping by. Even […]

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Through Her Eyes | Angela Dawn in Portland 2021

Through Her Eyes | Angela Dawn in Portland 2021

| October 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

Angela Dawn: Art is a way for us to view the world through the eyes of an artist. We gaze at what they consider beautiful; which may or may not be the same as our interpretations of the adjective. Nevertheless, these works give us a new perspective to consider and learn from. Some artists choose […]

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¡Cuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today in Montreal

¡Cuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today in Montreal

| September 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

With Fidel Castro’s recent resignation announcement, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts ¡Cuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today couldn’t come at a more interesting time. The United States imposed embargo on Cuba in 1963 cut off US-Cuba political relations and strained even the ones on a more personal level. Canada has been more accepting to the […]

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Must See Amazing Museums Around the Globe 2021

Must See Amazing Museums Around the Globe 2021

| September 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

With so many cultural hubs in the United States alone, it can be difficult to decide which cities contain museums worth the time, energy, and effort. The following is a brief guide to some of the world’s most impressive, comprehensive, and can’t miss art houses. -Musée du Louvre (Also Known As “The Louvre”) Starting with […]

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Outdoor inspiration Artist Jim Denevan

Outdoor inspiration Artist Jim Denevan

| September 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Jim Denevan Nature has inspired artists for centuries, from depicting it to interacting with it. Artist Jim Denevan is one of those who prefer the latter. Working completely by free-hand, Denevan constructs complex drawings on long stretches of beach. His canvas is organic, made of sea and sand. His drawings however look exactly the opposite; precise and meticulously calculated. […]

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DOGWOOD DAZE

DOGWOOD DAZE

| September 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

My color for 2007? A glorious red informed with brown, what the 1960s Sherwin-Williams catalog would have termed “Autumn Red.” Not that it signified for me the end of summer or the onset of winter. No, it is a glorious burnt red, older and more cautious than brilliant scarlet, richer and more alive than dull […]

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Inspired Hotels: 6 unique spots to book a room

Inspired Hotels: 6 unique spots to book a room

| September 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

I get tempted to book last minute flights when I come across hotels like these. Although only the beginning in a world of design hotels, they should provide some inspiration for planning your next trip. Propeller Island City Lodge, Berlin, Germany More of a museum than a hotel, the Propeller Island City Lodge in Berlin […]

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