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PS Gallery "Masters Exhibition" Review

By Kayla Elam

Columbia is known for its vibrant arts community, but few things can get it buzzing like the words Picasso and Chagall. While there are always interesting things to look at in CoMo, one typically has to pack the car and brave I-70 to see works from such renowned artists. 373 more words


love is enough

Jeremy Deller’s practice involves documenting life. He revisits, restages events as well as documenting social differences in modern culture. He’s a curator, a director who plays with perceptions of the known, challenging his viewer to think. 1,194 more words


Review: Dorothy Annan and Trevor Tennant at the Henry Moore Institute

While the Henry Moore Institute is currently staging an ongoing series of sculptural events – many of them, bravely considering the time of year, taking place outside the building – it has also recently unveiled an exhibition in the Upper Sculpture Study Gallery, focussing on the works of two British sculptors, Dorothy Annan and Trevor Tennant. 328 more words


Janette Cervin: Blended Families

As we somersault towards the end of 2014, I thought I would write about Janette Cervin, an artist whose exquisite hydrangeas I had encountered in January of this year.  522 more words


The Fighting Temeraire by J.M.W. Turner (1838)

“The flag which braved the battle and the breeze, no longer owns her.” – Thomas Campbell

Such were the words that Turner chose to accompany his magnificent work when it was first displayed in the Royal Academy. 415 more words


Marina Abramović - najmoćnija umetnica na svetu

Čuvena umetnica Marina Abramović najbolje je rangirana umetnica na upravo objavljenoj listi najuticajnijih ličnosti u svetu umetnosti, koju krajem godine tradicionalno objavljuje prestižni umetnički časopis „Art Review“. 307 more words

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U.N. Building – The Home of Peace by Martin Kippenberger (1984)

Few artists in history have been as polyvalent as Martin Kippenberger. Having touched almost every medium from poetry to sculpture (and even theatre), through which Kippenberger adopts the role of the satirical artist. 523 more words