Tuesday, January 22, 2019

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Artist Jeremy Miranda Draws Between The Worlds Of Reality And Dreams

Artist Jeremy Miranda paints in a space between worlds: reality and memory, indoor and outdoor, past and present. Ideas and concepts bleed together within his oil paintings like the fuzzy edges of a dream, where powerful images exist amongst unexpected locations and backdrops. The New Hampshire-based artist is heavily influenced by his surroundings in the American Northeast, apparent in his...

Exhibition Of Abstract Expressionism Starts In London Royal Academy of Arts

There are beautiful, marvellous and terrifying things in the Royal Academy’s much-trumpeted survey of Abstract Expressionism. What more could one ask in a show including the explosive and tender Jackson Pollock; De Kooning swerving and jumbling and dismembering his frightening figures of women; Rothko’s tangy brightness and trembling, tremulous darkness;Barnett Newman’s zips and planes and intervals; Guston’s dirty abstract...

“Far From The Tree” by Artist Katherine Fraser

New paintings by artist Katherine Fraser. Taking inspiration from fables, “Far From The Tree” explores what it means to control your own own destiny. See more images below or on display at Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia starting tomorrow and running until April 21. Katherine Fraser lives in Philadelphia, PA. Her work has been featured in a number of exhibitions around...

Mike Efford combines animation and classical music to create epic digital landscapes

Canadian artist Mike Efford creates incredible landscape artworks that "conjure up the unseen spirit of the land", and he does so by using the latest animation software while listening to classical music. With a background in 3D animation (he launched his own studio in 1994), his work goes well beyond realism into a much bolder, expressionistic style that orchestrates rhythm and colour...

Exhibition Of Cezanne Self-Portraits Opening In London

This major international exhibition brings together for the first time over fifty of Cezanne’s portraits from collections across the world, including works which have never been on public display in the UK. Cezanne Portraits will be at the National Portrait Gallery in London from October 26, 2017, to February 11, 2018. Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) is one of the most influential artists...

Cleveland to Launch New $5 Million Arts Triennial in 2018

The next major American city to get its own major recurring arts exhibition is Cleveland, which has just announced the inaugural edition of a new arts triennial dubbed the FRONT International Cleveland Exhibition for Contemporary Art. FRONT is the brainchild of art collector Fred Bidwell, who stepped in as interim director of the Cleveland Museum of Art when David Franklinresigned...

Miss Bugs Versus Damien Hirst Takes Off For Landmark Show

Taking flight in June at London's Lawrence Alkin Gallery, The Butterfly Effect will showcase new original work by anonymous boy-girl duo Miss Bugs, alongside one of today’s most prolific contemporary artists, Damien Hirst. Featuring the largest amount of new artwork by Miss Bugs since their last solo show in New York in 2013, The Butterfly Effect will include four of...

National Gallery of Art show integrates the outliers

Certain exhibitions are landmark events. Outliers and American Vanguard Art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, is one of them. The show of around 250 works by more than 80 schooled and unschooled artists from between 1924 and 2013 stakes a clear and demonstrable claim: that American Modernism and outlier art—a more flexible and inclusive term...

The Human Microbiome Reimagined as a Cut-Paper Coral Reef by Rogan Brown

Using the visual metaphor of a coral reef, artist Rogan Brown  introduces his audience to the diverse bacteria, archaea, fungi found in the human body through paper-based sculptures. The detailed works are created after months of research and hunting for aesthetic parallels that might link the two surprisingly similar worlds. His series Magical Circle Variations merge these sources of inspiration with a pastel color...

An Ethereal Rainbow of Thread Fills a Gallery at the Toledo Museum of Art

Mexican-born mixed media and installation artist Gabriel Dawe produces rainbow installations that appear as refracted light beams, ethereal works composed of thousands of multicolor threads. His most recent installation, Plexus no. 35, graces the Toledo Museum of Art’s Great Gallery, its brightly colored composition contrasting the surrounding rich shades found in the paintings of old masters. The site-specific work was designed especially...

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