Art History

Sutapa Biswas will present a major solo exhibition at the BALTIC Center for Contemporary Art

Sutapa Biswas, Light Rain, 2015 (still production). Made possible thanks to the generous support of Beppu Projects, Agency for CulturalGovernment of Japan Affairs, Kashima Residence 2015. © Sutapa Biswas. All rights reserved, DACS 2021 BALTIC Center for Contemporary Art will open a major solo exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Sutapa Biswas …

Read More »

“… Back to school, Mickey Mouse!” by OZMO in Savona, Italy – StreetArtNews

Urban artist OZMO has just created a mural on the facade of the Istituto Comprensivo delle Albisole. The project was designed by Culture and Education Advisor Simona Poggi and was created with the fundamental contribution of A. De Mari. With this fresco, Albisola asserts itself once again as a city …

Read More »

The Portland Art Museum takes into account the pandemic and the turbulent history of the art world

Your browser does not support the audio element. Closing a large art museum isn’t as easy as turning off the lights and locking the doors. Protecting fragile and priceless works of art is a full-time responsibility: even if a pandemic does arise and ruin your plans. So when COVID-19 forced …

Read More »

11 Berea College students nominated for Gilman scholarships to study abroad

BEREA, Ky. (WTVQ) – Berea College has 11 Benjamin A. Gilman International Fellows to study or do an internship abroad. They are among other U.S. undergraduates at 467 U.S. colleges in the 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. This cohort of Gilman fellows will study or …

Read More »

Ai-Da the robot painter, Iranian epics and a look at God – art week | Art

Exhibition of the week Ai-Da: Portrait of the robot Enter the strange valley with this realistic humanoid robot that can draw “itself”. Is this art? So what is art? Lots to think about. Read more.Design Museum, London until August 29 Also showing Epic iran There is enough beauty here to …

Read More »

New Guggenheim publication and digital archive sharing Results on preservation and presentation of minimal, post-minimal and conceptual art

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents Lessons from objects: case studies on minimal art ?? The initiative of the Guggenheim Panza collection, a major print publication bringing new scholarship to a critical period in artistic production and the field of conservation. In addition, the museum has launched a new digital …

Read More »

Tips for visiting Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Preserving some of the largest structures built by the ancestral Puebloans, the Chaco Culture National Historic Park is one of the most studied archaeological sites in the Southwestern United States. Along with the Aztec ruins and several smaller sites in the Chacoan, the ancient ruins of Chaco Canyon are a …

Read More »

NOTL artists find pandemic reprieve in painting

Niagara-on-the-Lake artist Julia Kane said that, in a way, the multiple lockdowns in Ontario have been a blessing in disguise. “I have had more time than ever to paint in my life. I don’t have all the millions of other things that usually happen in my life, ”she says. “I …

Read More »

Events in Minneapolis mark anniversary of George Floyd’s death: Info

MINNEAPOLIS – A year ago, on May 25, 2020, George Floyd passed away while in the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department. His death, seen by countless people on a bystander video, sparked a worldwide movement for police reform and racial justice. To mark the anniversary of his death, the …

Read More »

The 2021 Sayville District Art Show was a “BIG success!”

Sayville School District Press Release: May 24, 2021 Deb Urso, Chair of the Sayville Arts Department, was more than thrilled with this year’s participation in the annual event, citing that in addition to the amazing student artwork, all of the art staff helped create an environment also positive. “The show …

Read More »