Monday, June 26, 2017

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How a Celebrity Artist Rebranded An International Art Magazine

With acquiring an art magazine and rebranding it through his own vision, Dutch born artist Roy Owh is making big waves in the international art scene. After working in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Malaga Spain he arrived in Rome where an independent art dealer discovered his work while he was sketching in a local restaurant. From here his Rise to Fame went...

40 Years Of Madness: How The Japanese Artist Yayoi Kusama Drives The World Crazy

Yayoi Kusama - one of the most expensive and famous artists of our time. Her work is worth "mad" money in the hundreds of thousands, or even millions of dollars. At the age of 88 she is a big fan of bright wigs, that evokes clothing and general attention, and despite the fact that she spent forty years of...

McNay Art Museum presents “To See Is to Have: Navigating Today’s Art Ecosystem”

The inspiration behind To See Is to Have: Navigating Today’s Art Ecosystem is to make private art public and to share with every member of our community selections from the diverse collections of members of the McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum (MCCF). The artworks on view open doors to new worlds of discovery, and have been selected from the personal...

Daniel Buren Opens An Exhibition At Bortolami In New York

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. “Daniel Buren: To Align: works in situ 2017” is on view at Bortolami in New York through Saturday, June 24. The solo exhibition is a site-specific commission, which the artist terms in situ, meaning it “denotes a work made for a particular site, for a particular time and...

Openings: Brusk – ‘In Memoriam’ @ Galerie Laurent Strouk

Street artist Brusk from the Da Mental Vaporz crew has returned to Paris for a exhibition entitled In Memoriam atGalerie Laurent Strouk that runs until July 15th, his second solo show in Paris. As you will see, the front sign ‘Matignon’ has been cheekily stroked through with black spray paint while highlighting the letters ART in the Gallery name. Combining a Fine Arts background with more than twenty years of...

Marco Mazzoni: A Name to Pencil in

The amazing majority of Marco Mazzoni’s drawings are done in coloured pencils. He tried working with oil, but found it “impossible”, so he prefers to work with dry media. The result, however, is anything but. Instead of being dry, his themes are bursting with life. In them, Mazzoni brings together lore and nature in a manner most fruitful –and...

Love, Drawn by 120 Artists in a 20-Second Video

For LOVE, a subject we all cherish, Australia-based creative collective Heckler brought together over 120 artists from all over the world to draw their own vision of love (represented by a couple kissing) design a still of what love means to them. And this is what they came up with…   “I hope this project will remind at least a few...

Miracles in feathers. Amazing sculptures from Kate MccGwire

If you come to London and look into the creative workshop of the artist and sculptor Kate MccGwire, you will get the impression that a whole set of feather pillows was disemboweled here, or a large dovecote was equipped. After all, most of the room is occupied not by easels, plaster sculptures or elements of installations, but feathers -...

Touching Miniature Sculptures Of Nails And Wood

American sculptor Jaime Molina made of wood cut out square figurines of peasants, adding them a beard from nails and an unusual expression. Such cute sculptures will decorate any country house.

Unique Work From Paper By Gunjan Aylawadi

Gunjan Aylawadi‘s intricate paper-weaving technique produces vibrant, surprising creations. In each work made by the artist, born in India and now based in Australia, seems to defy its materials and exists “between craft traditions, sensory pleasures she experienced growing up and the new culture she finds herself in now.” In a recent show, she continues her evolution into work...

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