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Artist a Day: Romare Bearden

Looking at Romare Bearden’s Sea Nymph reminded me of the underwater world created by Ellen Gallagher. Bearden’s collage works transports viewers to a vast array of worlds both real and supernatural. 48 more words

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Meet the Artist: Emilio Suárez Trejo

“Art is reality reshuffled.” Robert Rauschenberg

When you move around a canvas of Emilio Suárez Trejo, you can see how he’s re-imagining the world. In unskilled hands, an accumulation of text, photographs and found objects would simply be just that.

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The Journey Begins

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Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

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Artist a Day: Deborah Roberts

Thrown, in this way, into the binding conviction that only a miracle could relieve her, she would never know her beauty. She would only see what there was to see: the eyes of other people…

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Artist a Day: Samuel Levi Jones in Sidelined

This post is about as close as I’m going to get to the Superbowl this year.

At Galerie Lelong in New York, artist Samuel Levi Jones has curated a group show called Sidelined that interrogates power, how it manifests itself in sports and specifically in sport-related protest. 142 more words

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Events 'In & Around' Tokyo - February 2018


1/28-3/25 Tsubaki Matsuri, Oshima Island, Tokyo. Camelia festival. Various species of camelia are in bloom during the festival period. Daily from 9:30-15:30. Oshima locals perform at Tsubaki Plaza. 2,638 more words

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CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE: CIRQUE GOES TO THE CINEMA BRINGS ACROBATS, JUGGLERS AND AERIAL FLYERS SOARING HIGH ABOVE THE ORLANDO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE: CIRQUE GOES TO THE CINEMA BRINGS ACROBATS, JUGGLERS AND AERIAL FLYERS SOARING HIGH ABOVE THE ORLANDO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

 

Limited tickets remain to both performances at 2 and 8 p.m. 271 more words

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