Google Alert - art

As-it-happens update March 31, 2018
At some point the art world separated from the people. Way back when, sometime between making fire and chiseling rocks, we discovered making artwork allowed us to communicate our natural world. Art allowed us to find antelope, eat better and live longer. It served a distinct purpose that aided in our ...
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On Friday (30 March), the anonymous collective Indecline staged their most daring art stunt yet, building a prison cell for US president Donald Trump inside a suite of the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York. The cell held a handcuffed Trump impersonator and several live rats, and was ...
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Former One student Heather Pittaway (left) with Jan Roberts form the Ipswich branch of The Arts Society. Picture: SALLY FULLER. Rob Borrett, Boris Takam and Heather Pittaway had their work displayed at the Royal Overseas League in St James' Park and Mall Galleries, thanks to an opportunity with ...
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Pictures can be poems and vice versa: they're feelings captured in a phrase, a stroke, or an image. Leonardo da Vinci said, "Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen." Lee Bennett Hopkins and the Metropolitan Museum of Art asked a number of poets ...
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Icelandic artist Freyja Eilíf graduated from the Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2014, opening the Ekkisens gallery in the basement of her grandparents' house on Bergstaðastræti soon after. Over three years later, Ekkisens has a monthly exhibition programme, and has become a safe space for the ...
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The exhibition, entitled Inside Job, will present works by 135 employees from Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives, including painting, photography and sculptures. Staff whose work will be displayed include curators, art handlers, guards, shop assistants, visitor assistants and people ...
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