Google Alert - art

As-it-happens update April 12, 2018
When audiences shy away from his art, perhaps it's due to his uninhibited, potent representations of shame and loneliness. Mullican's The Meaning of Things (Who Feels the Most Pain?)—pages of Google-sourced, banal, violent, and pornographic images—is a recent example of work that juxtaposes ...
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In what ways can art bring together multiple cultures and perspectives at a time when the world is becoming increasingly polarized? These are questions that Omid Memarian, a journalist with a passion for art, is pondering as he sits down with renowned international artists who trace their roots to Iran, ...
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Stephen and Petra Levin were honored Saturday night at the 29th annual Helen Day Art Center Gala. They received the Leadership and Service Award, recognizing their patronage of the Exposed. outdoor art exhibit. The Levins have supported the exhibit for seven years, and say they've loved watching ...
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Happiness is Peanuts + Public Art on the Streets of New York City! On April 16, the Peanuts Global Artist Collective, featuring wildly-imaginative, larger-than-life murals, will pop up unexpectedly in the Hudson Square neighborhood. Here's a sneak peek of those murals, created by the following ...
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If you love the waters and creatures of the Great Lakes, you won't want to miss the chance to see the Alexis Rockman: The Great Lakes Cycle exhibition at the Grand Rapids Art Museum. But don't delay — the magnificent art exhibit is nearing the end of its three-month run and will only be in town through ...
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