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New Exhibition of Major Works Celebrates William Blake’s Relationship With Sussex For The First Time

Some of William Blake’s greatest works from poetry to painting are being displayed at Petworth in West Sussex this winter. The new exhibition is the first to bring together many of the works that were inspired by Blake’s experience of living in Sussex, including paintings commissioned by the Wyndham family, owners of Petworth, and rare hand-coloured relief etchings of Blake’s...

Pablo Picasso. 15 Unknown Facts About The Artist

Even people far from art have heard about Pablo Picasso. This Spaniard became famous not only as an artist but also as a sculptor, graphic artist and designer. According to statistics from the US Museum of Art, Picasso created over 20,000 works through his life. In addition, he is one of the best-selling and "expensive" painters. UsaARTnewS presents a selection...

Oscar night became famous for another fiasco

Faye Dunaway seriously thought that Warren Beatty was joking when he made a pause, before showing the envelope to her. That onprice than to show her the envelope. Warren Beatty suggested that there should be the name of the "Moonlight", as the winner of the Academy Award for pleasant picture. In an interview on NBC nightly news Lester Holt noted that...

The ARoS Triennial in Denmark Stares Down Climate Change

As the sun started setting around 10 p.m. in Denmark, attendees at a reception on the rooftop of the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum included a lot of Scandinavians but also Rirkrit Tiravanija, Doug Aitken, and Meg Webster, all assembled amid an otherworldly vibe on a balmy June evening. The setting wasn’t the typical go-to for congregation, but part of the art world...

‘Sky Stage’ by Heather Clark In Frederick, Maryland

Artist Heather Clark, in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Digital Structures Research Group, has launched “Sky Stage”, a multifunctional community arts and performance space. Sky Stage temporarily transforms a boarded property in Frederick — Maryland’s downtown historic district — into an interactive building-scale public art work. The building itself dates back to the pre-revolutionary war and was originally used...

Who Will Be The Next James Bond?

The favourite is currently split between Tom Hardy and Michael Fassbender, who both have odds of 11/4. Trailing behind are War & Peace’s James Norton, Poldark’s Aidan Turner and Luther’s Idris Elba, but what are their chances? Who’s in the running for the next Bond? Aidan Turner Age: 33 Sun Bets odds: 2/1 Where do we know him from? Most viewers will recognise Aidan as heartthrob Ross...

LISA COOLEY TO CLOSE GALLERY AFTER EIGHT YEARS ON LOWER EAST SIDE

Lisa Cooley Gallery, an influential Lower East Side space that opened on Orchard Street in 2008, has closed, sources tell ARTnews. The last show, “Jeff Witscher: August,” was up until Friday. No future shows are listed on the gallery’s website. After opening at 34 Orchard Street in 2008—making her, at that point, a pioneer of the gallery corridor on Orchard below...

Japanese Flower Artist Sends Plants Into Space for Breathtaking Photo Series

You might look at these photographs and feel confused at first. Are those really plants, flowers, and trees floating in outer space? Well, we can confirm for you that the answer is a resounding yet! As mind blowing as that concept sounds, it’s not half as unbelievable as the pictures of the art project turned out. In 2014, Japanese flower...

In New York, Scammers Who Sold Fake Pictures of Fake Damien Hirsts Was Found

In New York court docket in advance these days Vincent Lopreto became charged with selling $400,000 worth of faux Damien Hirst prints over two years. Lopreto, who previously served time in new york nation prison for promoting solid Hirst's, pleaded no longer responsible. different guys, Marco Saverino and Paul Motta, have additionally been charged with the alleged scheme and...

Ink From Ancient Egyptian Papyri Contains Copper

Until recently, it was assumed that the ink used for writing was primarily carbon-based at least until the fourth and fifth centuries AD. But in a new University of Copenhagen study, analyses of 2,000-year-old papyri fragments with X-ray microscopy show that black ink used by Egyptian scribes also contained copper – an element previously not identified in ancient ink. An interdisciplinary team...

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