Google Alert - art

As-it-happens update April 16, 2018
But the determination to squirrel art away for after the war was just as strong among the Nazis. Hitler had grand plans to turn his childhood hometown of Linz into a super museum containing all the world's greatest art. Nazi theft, in order to fulfil this hideously overblown ambition, was therefore huge and ...
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When he talks about African art, Augustus (Gus) Casely-Hayford radiates like a beam of sunshine. That's good because most of the National African Art Museum he now heads gets little of it. The subterranean architecture is symbolic of the buried treasure that is African art. African culture remains hidden ...
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"The artists in the Bloomsbury Group are very inspiring to me. They didn't draw a line between art and design, and I've always appreciated people who apply their aesthetic to lots of different mediums." —Luke Edward Hall, interior designer ...
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Tessellate, presented by Stella Maris College's Department of Fine Arts, is indeed — as the name suggests — a jigsaw-like coming together of various sorts of artwork. Block-printed dresses and packaging material meets concepts like body shaming, Freud, consumerism and dreamscapes at the ...
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