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Speculative Paintings of a Graffiti-Covered Earth by Josh Keyes

Josh Keyes' newest series features subjects both manmade and natural, their common element being several layers of graffiti that cover a space shuttle, a melting iceberg, and even a whale’s tail. For the last ten years these marks had remained in the background of Keyes’ paintings, adding detail to the supporting elements of the environment rather than being integrated into...

Junk Portraits by Zac FreemanJunk Portraits by Zac Freeman

Since 1999, Zac began collecting junk found around often in the trash, then glued to a wooden substrate to form an image an image – in the case, portraits. His artworks are made by assembling on a large-scale (the pieces average about 28 “by 35”) and when viewed up close looks like a series of small objects stuck meaningless,...

On Bondi Beach Appears A Translucent Sculpture That Merges With the Horizon

Recently on view as part of Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi, this unusual figurative sculpture by artist Alessandra Rossi seems to have captured the imagination of many, becoming one of the most popular pieces of this year’s exhibition. Titled Untitled (coral), Rossi says the piece depicting a solitary young girl in a dress is inspired in part by...

Watercolour Of Rossetti’s Long-Haired Muse To Be Auctioned In July

The artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti had a thing about women with long hair – and his first mistress, Fanny Cornforth, had it in abundance. A watercolour portrait coming up for sale at a Sotheby’s auction celebrates her beauty, but the final oils version of the scene was her greatest humiliation – it had her face painted out and replaced...

Luminous Landmark By Nicole Larkin on Sydney’s Bondi Beach In Australia

Nicole Larkin, a Sydney-based creative who places a focus on digital fabrication techniques and craftsmanship, has realized a dynamic and temporal installation for Sculpture by the Sea. Built for the 2016 edition at Bondi Beach, “dynamics in impermanence” explores new ways in which viewers can experience, interpret, and inhabit artworks. Made from birch plywood, stainless steel, and concrete, the installation...

Vintage 1774 French Wine Sells for Record 103,700 euros

A bottle of Jura wine dating back to 1774 sold Saturday for a record 103,700 euros ($120,800) at auction in eastern France while two others of the same vintage also touched new highs. "I didn't think that these bottles would sell for so much. The last record set in 2011 was 57,000 euros," said auctioneer Brigitte Fenaux from the Jura...

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Turned Into an Exhibition Hall for the Dutch Masterpieces

Rijksmuseum Schiphol opened today. Anyone flying in or out is welcome to stop off here to enjoy the artistic glories of the Dutch Golden Age. Ten paintings from the Rijksmuseum collection will be on show, with landscapes, seascapes, portraits and floral still lifes by Dutch masters such as Jan van Goyen, Willem van de Velde the Younger, Abraham Mignon...

Scientists Have Proven the True Origin of the Atlantis Treasure

Breaking the hopes of believers around the world, archaeologists maintain that they have finally proved that the legendary 2700-year-old Carambolos treasure discovered in Spain in 1958 is not from the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. Instead, chemical tests show that the gold treasure is of local origin and probably was extracted from mines near Sevilla. "The results show that the origin...

The Museum Heist Scene in ‘Black Panther’ Adds Fuel to the Debate About African Art Restitution

Black Panther, the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is taking the box office by storm, raking in more than $700 million in ticket sales in just its first 12 days; it’s now closing in on $900 million. For art lovers, the superhero film has added intrigue: a dramatic museum heist that brings up thorny issues of colonialism and...

Lumiere Will Return to London in 2018

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has revealed the dates for Lumiere London 2018 – the capital’s largest night-time festival. More than 40 the UK and international artists will transform the city and offer new perspectives on the capital’s iconic architecture, streets, and landmarks. Lumiere London 2018 will take place over four nights between 18 and 21 January 2018. Building...

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