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the reeds (sculpture)

This sculpture can be found in the middle of the Main Library in downtown Toledo, Ohio. Carved out of red stained glass, the work is located inconspicuously under a small patch of an upper floor that holds a dining table and as as a bridge to an art gallery. 351 more words

Fine Arts

Banksy at MOCO Museum, Amsterdam

Banksy Cow, 2003

Many artists only reach their pinnacle of appreciation once their creativity becomes a corpse. When Banksy’s iconic stencil style with their raw political and social themes began to decorate the streets of Bristol, his ingeniously impacting images could not help but progress him to become the Robin Hood of contemporary art yet at the same time one of the fasted appreciating artists on the scene. 505 more words

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Joburg blues and the art of Senzo Shabangu

In 2011 I collected my books into a two tiny boxes and put them on a train to Cape Town and left Joburg. The decision was as sudden as it was arbitrary. 645 more words


A New Caravaggio - or not....

IN recent days, news of the discovery of a painting by Caravaggio has occupied and divided arts writers and critics, world-wide. Apparently disinterred in 2014 from the roof of a house in Toulouse, France, … 1,004 more words


Broken arse student

Its official my arse is to broke to be studying art.I broken various cheap crayons and paintings .Some work better then others.I brought a set of oil pastel years ago called boldmere from The works .They lovely and vibrant colours but there not blending at all.I think I will have to donate them to my niece and nephew who are five and one. 135 more words

Upstairs, Downstairs: Does Fashion Belong in a Museum?

The Palm Beach pink-bannered Oscar de la Renta exhibition, currently on view at San Francisco’s de Young Museum, is but the latest in a series of the museum’s “blockbuster” fashion shows held in the below-ground special exhibition hall. 1,312 more words


Dear Broadway.com

Last December, as a festive treat for me and my girl, I bought tickets on Broadway.com to see Bruce Willis in Misery and Al Pacino in… 655 more words

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