Google Alert - art

As-it-happens update February 28, 2018
In a change-up from past years, the ADAA Art Show is opening a full week before the Armory Show and its satellite fairs in New York, which gave its gala vernissage tonight at the Park Avenue Armory an especially luxurious air. There was nowhere else to be—or, at least, fewer places to be. The crowd ...
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Lewis said she's been told by some that her art reminds them of Annihilation, and that it makes sense. Jokingly, she added that "the folks at Annihilation are watching me." Probably not, but I'll be watching to see what petri dish concoctions she makes next. You can check out some of her resin art below, ...
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Leaning rakishly in his impeccable steel-blue suit over the podium in Christie's King Street, London, rooms on Tuesday evening, the auction house's Oxford-educated global president, Finnish expat Jussi Pylkkänen, artfully pulled $158-plus million out of the air in the Impressionist and modern art ...
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A former politician, an artist and the head of a company that builds public art all agree that the city's public art program needs some sprucing up. The program was up for discussion at a public form presented by the University of Calgary's School of Public Policy on Tuesday at the Fairmont Palliser hotel.
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