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As-it-happens update February 15, 2018
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Meanwhile in New York, a group of young, gung-ho artists responded to the insatiable consumerism with art that both attacked and absorbed advertising aesthetics and its politics. Artists like Jeff Koons, Barbara Kruger, and Richard Prince, were at the forefront, often appropriating their material directly ...
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It happens so often we hardly even recognize its occurrence anymore: Art, in all its varieties, inspires the creative process in another artist and spurs them to respond to the stimulus in their own way. Tracy Chevalier took one painting by Dutch master Vermeer and turned it into an entire novel; Ron ...
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Until selling Art Van to a private equity firm in 2017, Van Elslander had a direct hand in running the Warren-based company. When it was sold, Art Van had grown to become one of the largest independent furniture retailers in the nation with more than 100 stores in five states, a franchising program and ...
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Tim Spaulding is blind, and he's doing something you might not expect a person with impaired sight to be able to do: Touring an art museum, thanks to a new app called Blind Square. The app is kind of like GPS for indoor spaces. At the Bechtler Museum of Art in Charlotte, the app ...
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T o say "I don't see color" is problematic in a number of ways, but saying it in the context of "Black & White," currently on view at the Library Arts Center in Newport, N.H., isn't one of them. The juried and invitational exhibition, which features hundreds of works by more than 80 artists from around New ...
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Exactly how we think, both technically and culturally, about automation and artificial intelligence is the subject of this year's Global Art Forum, the highly acclaimed series of talks and panel discussions that runs alongside Art Dubai in March. Under the theme "I Am Not a Robot," it looks at the way that ...
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