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A Delicate Discord

Written by Julia Scherer

The Al Ma’amal Foundation for Contemporary Art, located in the Old City of Jerusalem, is an old tile factory converted into a contemporary art space—no place could be a better site for Benji Boyadgian’s newest solo exhibition, The Discord, co-curated by Basak Senova and Jack Persekian. 511 more words

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Americon Gothicon

I suspect I first saw American Gothic after seeing the cover of the British paperback of Philip K. Dick’s The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike and then watching (or rewatching) The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which has a copy on the wall in one scene and I think has two characters dress up as the people in the painting. 631 more words

"Whipstitch: The State of Contemporary Textiles" @ Gallery 117, Ann Arbor Art Center

The convergence of technology and fiber is ingrained within the discipline’s history; Jacquard punch cards paved the way for the invention of the first computers. … 585 more words

Contemporary Art

Standout shows: Todd McMillan

Published in Art Collector, Issue 79, January-March 2017

It was a sublime for our time, for the Anthropocene. There was awe and reverence for the natural world but there was something new and unsettling too, some hard-edged core, to… 350 more words

Art

KLEIN/KRASINSKI AT TATE LIVERPOOL

Yves Klein & Edward Krasiński at Tate Liverpool is an exploration of two great 20th Century artists. The work of Klein is instantly recognisable; his solid blue paintings have become iconic and earned him the reputation of being a maverick. 809 more words

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Opening Night

Yesterday was rather a milestone for me, with the opening of the first exhibition of my pictures at Trent Art (see here for details). Everyone was extremely kind and generous with their comments, and a number of photographs were sold. 166 more words

Photography

Revolution, Russian Art 1917-32 at The Royal Academy

In one part of the Royal Academy was can see the artistic response to Great Depression in America and the mixed emotions with which American artists depicted their country at a time of great trouble (see… 365 more words

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