Google Alert - art

As-it-happens update March 11, 2018
Ioana Ciocan's path in the world of art has always been about passion, and her ambition to put Romania on the European (and, why not) global art map. "I know it sounds idealistic, but it's my biggest desire," she says. "Art is my biggest passion, my everyday job and my hobby. I can't imagine going into ...
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At the National Portrait Gallery, four pioneers of early British portrait photography are reconsidered in Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography. Here, the subtext is not really art but privilege: Lewis Carroll was an Oxford academic, Julia Margaret Cameron a product of colonial Ceylon, and Lady ...
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To deal with the anguish of combat, Mr. Fay turned to art, snapping photos and painting those scenes to remember and pay tribute to the fallen Marines. Today, some of Mr. Fay's paintings hang in the Combat Art Gallery, part of a new wing added last year to the National Museum of the Marine Corps, ...
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A detail from Tacita Dean's work Ear on a Worm, 2017, part of the Still Life exhibition at the National Gallery, London. Photograph: Courtesy the artist/Frith Street Gallery/Marian Goodman Gallery. Exhibition of the Week. Tacita Dean Not one but two national galleries (with the RA joining in later in the ...
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Monsters, marionettes, magic, music and more will fill the streets of Fremantle for an anniversary party. The Fremantle International Street Arts Festival turns 20 this year and the curated program is bringing some of the world's best street theatre to the port city. "For me it's a bit of a personal milestone ...
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