Google Alert - artist

As-it-happens update March 6, 2018
In her two recently opened exhibitions—Deborah Roberts: The Evolution of Mimi on view at the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art through May 19, and Uninterrupted at San Francisco's Jenkins Johnson Gallery through March 17—the Austin, Texas, based artist presents an array of fictive visions of ...
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In the 1960s, controversial Australian artist Elizabeth Durack challenged the portrayals of Pacific Islanders with her portraits of Papuan women. Until that time, such portraits had emphasised bare breasts and the intellectual view of indigenous Pacific Islanders as "noble savages" or "extremely primitive ...
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The world's first major photography exhibition was held back in 1839 when British scientist and photography pioneer William Henry Fox Talbot held a show to unveil his photo prints to the public. Fast forward nearly 180 years, and now an artist has created Talbot's first photo show as an immersive virtual ...
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After 10 years painting in the streets of Tel Aviv's Neve Tzedek neighborhood and sketching caricatures on the city's beach promenade, an unlikely event recently catapulted graffiti artist Elior Yosef into the international spotlight – an Instagram post by fellow Israeli Gal Gadot. Yosef, 30, says the "Wonder ...
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For the sixth year in a row, is exclusively releasing the Friday Cheers lineup, first. Advance tickets for individual shows and season passes to Friday Cheers are available online at starting March 6. Seasons passes are $40 until April 1 when the price will be $55.
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