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Impressionist art: Room for skepticism?

I was recently at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, which has been revitalized by its $145 million expansion. The modern architecture by Tadao Ando juxtaposes with the rustic of the Berkshire hills, creating a harmonious space which is surely envied by many other museums. 1,803 more words

Art Criticism

The John Moores Painting Prize (2014)

First held in 1957, the John Moores Painting Prize is the UK’s best-known painting competition and is held in Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery almost every two years.  662 more words

Tom Kwei

Melissa Coote: Painting, Sculpture, Paper

Australian artist Melissa Coote, whose first New Zealand solo exhibition was held at Fox/Jensen Gallery in 2012, returns with Painting, Sculpture, Paper.  The flyers for this show gave little away, thus I wasn’t sure what to expect.  478 more words


Rosa Meditativa (1958) Salvador Dalí

This was the first painting of Dali’s that I was introduced to by my art teacher and remained the inspiration for many of my art pieces that I did for GCSE. 436 more words


Review of Voyeur at Lyons Wier Gallery

Curated by Dina Brodsky

Lyons Wier Gallery

542 W 24th St, New York, New York 10011

Reviewed by: Jacob Hicks and Angela Gram

 Observation for Entertainment, or the Pleasure of Looking… 1,060 more words

Art Review

Loved and Observed: Women and Portraiture

Curated by Diana Corvelle and Manu Saluja

Hersh Fine Art

14A Glen St. Glen Cove NY 11542

June 21st – August 12th

 Reviewed by Angela Gram… 848 more words

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