Google Alert - art

As-it-happens update March 26, 2018
TOURISM DRAWCARD: The new art trail will complement the existing Sculpture Park, at Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery (pictured). Picture: David Stewart. LEADING Australian and international artists are expected to pitch their ideas for Lake Macquarie City Council's new lakeside public art and tourism ...
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On Monday, artnet News's editor-in-chief Andrew Goldstein captained a deep-dive interview with Art Basel global director Marc Spiegler—one premised on the question of whether the industry's highest-powered fair has become "the Facebook of the art world." And while the interview's release was ...
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The result is a miniature construction that is not only delicate but visually exquisite in its precision, blurring the lines between paper art, set design, architecture, photography and cinematography. The collaboration is the first in a series from Barcelona-based retailer, DOIY, which aims to support emerging ...
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Jane Hall is the driving force behind the Manx Art Directory, an online 'go-to' website which collects together information on Manx artists, has all the latest goings-on in the local arts scene and lets everyone know 'the who, what, where and when of Manx Art'. I t is unbelievable that it's two years since I ...
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Linder doesn't want to be an art star. Imagine that line set to one-note guitar and thudding drums. She doesn't wanna be a cultural totem. Instead of an exhibition about herself, she has staged her retrospective as a survey of her influences and enthusiasms, in which she shares the stage with heroes, ...
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The Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, enlists national and international experts to assist with titles. Its 2016 travelling exhibition on the artist Charlotte Moorman was nearly called Think Crazy—a reference to the slogan used to promote the New York Avant Garde ...
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