Art History

The Bruce Museum appeals to Margarita Karasoulas as art curator

GREENWICH, CT—The Bruce Museum, a world-class community institution that promotes understanding and appreciation of art and science to enrich the lives of all, announces the appointment of Margarita Karasoulas as Art Curator. Coming from the Brooklyn Museum, where she has been Assistant Curator of American Art since 2017, Karasoulas will …

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Pick up a piece of digital art history with NFT Tech’s Uniswap List on October 21

NFT Tech’s Uniswap listing is due to launch on October 21. NFT watchers have watched the development of NFT Tech with great interest, and now that their market is successfully online, have high hopes for the token launch that is about to happen. What is NFT technology? NFT Tech is …

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What Confederate Statues Overthrown and Canceled Culture Have in Common

Q. How did you decide which trials to include? A. I wanted to include some of my early essays on Byzantine and Reformation iconoclasm, as they raised critical questions about the relationship between the political and theological motives for the removal and destruction of images. Interest in iconoclasm grew after …

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Santa Fe Area Artists Plan Their Own Spanish Winter Market | Local News

ABIQUIÚ – Charles Carrillo wants to reunite his family – in Santa Fe, in Catholic land, with more than a pinch of holiday flavor. The longtime Neo-Mexican santero, known for his traditional two-dimensional Spanish religious paintings called retablos and sculptures of saints, known as bultos, started an artists-focused winter market. …

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New art space in Dallas showcases a family’s impressive collection to the public

To that end, the Greens began their journey in contemporary art by focusing on women artists like,, and others who challenge the status quo through their work. “We felt they were incredibly talented and important artists, but they were also seriously undervalued,” Adam said. Over time, the family began to …

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A decade to celebrate: La Casita Cultural Center

Work by Corazón del Barrio created by artist Bennie Guzmán La Casita Cultural Center hosted a reception on September 18 for the opening of a new exhibition, “Corazón del Barrio (Heart of the Barrio)”, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the center. The exhibition’s opening reception, held in person and via …

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In London for Frieze? Don’t miss these 7 museum exhibits, from Theaster Gates in Whitechapel to Anicka Yi’s Turbine Hall commission

The Frieze London and Frieze Masters art fairs return to Regent’s Park this week after a one-year hiatus. At that time, Londoners had ample room to reflect on what matters most to the city’s rich cultural landscape. While many surely missed the social energy and market momentum of art fairs …

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A reminder of life and death in Brooklyn this month

Centuries before #YOLO (You Only Live Once), artists frequently referred to the transience of life to viewers, prompting us to consider our own mortality. In doing so, they used memento mori: an art that recalls the inevitability of death, forcing viewers of these symbolic works to reflect on their own …

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Phillips to donate rare Georgia O’Keeffe painting

Georgia O’Keeffe / Crab’s Claw Ginger Hawaii, 1939 / Estimate: $ 4-6 million Courtesy of Phillips Phillips will offer a rare painting by Georgia O’Keeffe Hawaii Ginger Crab Claw be presented in the November evening sale of 20th century and contemporary art NEW YORK – OCTOBER 7, 2021 – Phillips …

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Arts Council Hosts County-wide Summit | Community

The Clatsop County Arts Council is gearing up for the second annual Arts Summit, designed to support, educate and inspire working artists, local arts organizations and other regional stakeholders. This year’s summit, “Art Works! »Will take place from 12:30 pm to 5:00 pm on Saturday 23 October, in a virtual …

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