Art History

EchoX’s first NFT performance art exhibit, a million dollar vision in its debut, turns the game around

TAIPEI, September 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – asia The new NFT EchoX custody and management platform officially launched today with an exciting announcement of its very first NFT performance art called “We Are What We Eat” which is a derivative work of 2021 Ars “Earth Tour: Taste Soil” from …

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The best art books of fall feature the history of art fresh off the press

The Umueze Amara clan and the house of Obajemi The first time Cultivated met Toyin Oijh Odutola was at the Noguchi Museum where she spoke with Solange about the intersection of art and storytelling for our February / March 2018 cover story. The New York-based artist returned the following year …

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Tunisia: Tunis Cité des Sciences will participate in the European Researchers’ Night, September 24

Tunis / Tunisia – The Cité des Sciences de Tunis will participate in collaboration with the Descrubre Foundation, in the European Researchers’ Night as part of the MonuMai project, on September 24. This project is part of a twinning program between Tunisia and Spain entitled “Institutional support for improving the …

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With invincible hands, the Shyllon Museum frames its 40-woman art show

ARTS & MAGAZINE An intergenerational bond of 40 female artists crystallized at the Yemisi Shyllon Museum of Art (YSMA) hosted by Pan-Atlantic University, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos with former interior designer, Olufisayo Bakare making her debut as guest curator of the show Les mains invincibles. Yinka Olatunbosun reports. Before the world went …

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Winners and heroes | TRAHC recognizes the artists, notable supporters of the year

TEXARKANA, Texas – The Texarkana Regional Council for the Arts and Humanities recently announced the winners of its 33rd Annual Jury Show. Winners have also been announced for the TRAHC Hero Awards. The winners of the juried exhibitions were announced at an opening reception on August 6. With representation from …

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“Nomad” – There were hundreds of artists!

David Shull and two of his large-scale paintings They came, they showed, they took it down and left TAM’s Nomad pop-up has brought art galore to South Bay Text and photos by Bondo Wyszpolski Last weekend, August 28-29, the Torrance Art Museum (TAM) hosted a very large and successful event, …

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VOTING – The Shillong Times

By Siddhi Jain To honor unknown Indian artists commissioned by the East India Company in the late 18th and early 19th centuries to paint the landscape and people of India, Delhi-based DAG Art Gallery will open an exhibition in India devoted to an extraordinary selection of paintings of Indian birds …

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Counting with the monumental and damaged legacy of Chuck Close

Chuck Close, who died of congestive heart failure last week, was an oversized presence in the art world for more than half a century. As Roberta Smith pointed out in her New York Times Valuation, Close’s career had three phases: the huge photo-realistic portraits, mostly black and white, and the …

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The University of Utah: Exploring the Arts as a Non-Major

23 Aug 2021 That is why, in addition to the wealth of wellness and counseling services on campus, we urge all University of Utah students to consider enrolling in courses in the arts (art and art history, dance, film and media arts, music and theater) to complement their learning and …

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Interview with UAFS professor of art history, Dr. Sophia Farmer

Sophia Farmer, Ph.D., recently joined the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith as a new Professor of Art History for the Department of Art and Graphic Design. Dr Farmer, could you give us some general information about yourself? I obtained my bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto in 2012, …

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