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Richard Prince: Old selfies are "New Paintings" at Gagosian Gallery

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Appropriation artist Richard Prince is back at his controversial antics again with a series of “New Paintings.” Well, they’re “paintings” in that they’re ink-jet prints, and they’re “new” in that these are Instagram photos taken by other people. 331 more words

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Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco

The organizers of the inaugural ART SV/SF did a terrific job bringing their brand of art fair to this relatively humble corner of the Bay Area; the San Mateo Event Center, which we know and love through the arguably more democratic Maker Faire, was so transformed we almost missed the building. 112 more words

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Van Gogh to Kandinsky: A Walk Through the Creation of Modern Art

So it when I received a media invite for the Musee Des Beaux Arts ‘ upcoming Van Gogh to Kandisky show you better believe I was excited. 1,648 more words

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National Gallery (2014)

Le documentaire de Frederick Wiseman a pour objectif de faire le portrait d’un des musées les plus connus de Londres, le National Gallery au cœur de Trafalgar Square. 586 more words

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Digital Collages Of Justin Davies

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My senses always appealed to collage since I first studied Dada Art. Dada collage by Hannah Hoch and John Heartfield submersed a political foundation underneath its satirical facade. 722 more words

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Romare Bearden (Part Two: Collage, Ex. 2.1)

Romare Bearden

Romare Bearden (1911-1988) was a versatile American artist, exploring many different media. Painting, printmaking and collage, caricature, set design, writing and songwriting were all part of his work. 608 more words

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Robyn Woolston - Installation, print, photography and moving image

So after arriving 20 minutes late to the first visiting artist’s talk, I very quickly began to kick myself for it. Within probably 30 seconds of walking in, I was already lost in her discourse. 444 more words

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