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Seattle Opens New Sculpture Park to Public Great Photography 2020

| October 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
Seattle Opens New Sculpture Park to Public Great Photography 2020

Seattle may not have the best weather 365 days a year, but if by chance you are visiting on one of the beautiful sun-filled days, you can’t miss the new Olympic Sculpture Park. An extension of the Seattle Art Museum, the park officially opened to the public January 20, 2007. Located on the scenic Seattle waterfront, the park […]

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Amazing Harold Golen Photography Gallery Set Ablaze 2020

| October 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Harold Golen Photography Gallery Set Ablaze 2020

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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Memorable Colbert at the Smithsonian? Close enough. Photography 2020

| October 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
Memorable Colbert at the Smithsonian? Close enough. Photography 2020

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History turned down Stephen Colbert’s efforts to have his image displayed. But the National Portrait Gallery, famous for its portraits of the presidents but also home to unique portrayals of athletes, hip-hop artists and Hollywood stars, welcomed the idea. The line outside the bathroom at the National Portrait Gallery […]

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Student Artists Wanted for Space Tourist Emblem Fantastic Design 2020

| October 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
Student Artists Wanted for Space Tourist Emblem Fantastic Design 2020

The clock is ticking for young artists hoping to draw up an emblem for the next paying tourist to visit the International Space Station (ISS). American computer game developer Richard Garriott, a multimillionaire training to launch toward the space station this fall, is looking for an original design that could serve as a student mission patch or […]

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Art of Non-Action: A Proven Call from the Agency of Unrealized Projects 2020

| October 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
Art of Non-Action: A Proven Call from the Agency of Unrealized Projects 2020

If the only thing keeping you from realizing your artistic dreams is execution, your moment is at hand. The Agency of Unrealized Projects is seeking submissions from artists whose best work is all in their head. Architects often exhibit their ideas, in the absence of any construction, in the form of design plans and models. Why shouldn’t […]

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Amazing Art and Oceanography – Huang Yong Ping in Monaco 2020

| October 16, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Art and Oceanography – Huang Yong Ping in Monaco 2020

A site-specific installation by French and Chinese contemporary artist Huang Yong Ping is on display at the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco. Titled  ”Wu Zei”, the work accompanies the museum’s “Méditerranée” exhibition dedicated to dwindling biodiversity of the Mediterranean Sea. Wu Zei is a giant sea creature 25 meters across, meant to be a hybrid between an octopus and a cuttlefish. […]

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Amazing Art Sanctums: a Visit to the Walter De Maria SOHO Installations 2020

| October 16, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Art Sanctums: a Visit to the Walter De Maria SOHO Installations 2020

On a recent Saturday in what is revealing itself to be a delightful Spring in New York City, I had the privilege of visiting two important works by Walter De Maria, commissioned and cared for by  Dia Art Foundation. Housed in cramped rooms in SOHO, The Broken Kilometer (1979) and The New York Earth Room (1977) are generally not accessible to the public. […]

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Amazing Contemporary Cuban Art at Marlborough Chelsea 2020

| October 16, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Contemporary Cuban Art at Marlborough Chelsea 2020

The Artists:  Abel Barroso, Roberto Diago, Kcho, William Pérez, and Ernesto Rancaño The Show: Living in Havana at Marlborough Chelsea Gallery May 19 – June 18 2011 Work by five leading contemporary Cuban artists will be on view at Marlborough Chelsea gallery starting May 19. Titled Living in Havana, the assembled body of work explores the paradoxes and challenges of life in […]

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Death and Fertility – The Art of Haiti 2020

| October 16, 2020 | 0 Comments
Death and Fertility – The Art of Haiti 2020

Counterposed against the conceptual excess and indulgence of Venice Biennale is the national pavilion of Haiti, one of the countries making its first appearance at the international art extravaganza. The Haiti Pavilion is just this: two shipping containers, one red and one blue, the colors of the Haitian flag. Not far away floats an enormous yacht owned by Russian […]

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Canada at the Biennale | The Art of Steven Shearer 2020

| October 16, 2020 | 0 Comments
Canada at the Biennale | The Art of Steven Shearer 2020

Steven Shearer was something of a surprise pick to represent Canada at the 54th Venice Biennale. The Vancouver-based artist has been showing since the mid-1990s, and enjoys a growing international reputation for his diverse body of work that includes numerous drawings and paintings, large-scale photo-collage assemblages of found images, and sound sculptures. Shearer is best known […]

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