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What Made Me Cry This Week

What makes you cry? Do you like crying?

If any art piece makes me cry,  I love it. That’s what art is for: those exhilarating emotions that make us cry. 225 more words

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The Art of Rivalry

The Art of Rivalry

By Sebastian Smee

Profile Books, 2016

ISBN: 9781781251652

This thought-provoking book could best be called a micro-history of art.

In it, Sebastian Smee casts a forensic eye over four friendships between artists: Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon, Matisse and Picasso, Manet and Degas, and Pollock and de Kooning. 457 more words

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2017 Freo Artwalk // In Review


Have you ever wondered what spurs a creative? The process and inspiration behind their work? Well, a glimpse inside their humble abode and working studio is a pretty good place to start. 451 more words


Mark Bradford

It was a stupid question anyway. Something about having success and opportunity and yet continuing to experiment, still taking risks. Though he has made sculptures, videos and site-specific installations, Mark Bradford was first celebrated, early in his career, for his panoramic, expressively exhausted collage-paintings made from sanded strata of coloured paper, which were almost always understood as reflecting the gritty streetscape of South Central Los Angeles. 1,568 more words


Comic Cover Corner: Detective Comics #880

I’m introducing a new segment called Comic Cover Corner. It’s dedicated to my favourite comic cover art in the industry. A cover can set the tone for the rest of the story, and I feel some are very underrated. 303 more words


Artipoeus Episode 38 - Nice Kitty

Hello Kitty, cougars and cat ladies

Artipoeus visits Pamela Rosenkranz’s She Has No Mouth, at Sprueth Magers 2,796 more words

The Saturday Group Presents The Gallery (May 27, 2017)

Made my way this afternoon to Rustan’s Shangri-La in Mandaluyong for the opening of The Saturday Group’s Gallery.

The exhibit featured a number of stunning art pieces and sculptures (Click  132 more words