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Picasso.mania at Grand Palais

Lors d’une conversation avec une des commissaires de l’exposition Picasso.mania,​ elle m’a assuré que P​icasso.mania est une exposition d’art contemporain. Elle a continué à expliquer qu’il est pour cette raison que les oeuvres de Picasso et des artistes contemporains sont présentées séparément, afin de mettre en avant ces dernières. 2,465 more words

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Shoes: Pleasure and Pain at the V&A

By Jessica Harpley

Shoes: few items in our wardrobes provoke such frenzied desire and fervent collection. Fewer still can lay claim to our hearts, and money, in spite of questionable practicality and comfort. 482 more words


INTERVIEW: Guillermo Trejo

Originally published for Studio Sixty Six, interviewing Guillermo Trejo in advance of his artist talk in conjunction with his solo exhibition, It Is About Plants, Modernism, and Other Things  9 more words

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Exhibition Review: Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life

“O Nature, and O soul of man! how far beyond all utterance are your linked

analogies! not the smallest atom stirs or lives on matter, but has its cunning… 292 more words

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Ryan Carrington: United We Stand

United We Stand exhibition addresses work ethic and labor class of the blue and white-collar workers in the United States.  Ryan Carrington,  an artist and  a sculpture lecturer at San Clara University, uses construction materials, clothing items and chalk drawings to depict different labor class in his recent exhibition at… 515 more words

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Goya, The Portraits at the National Gallery

Francisco Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) ranks with Velasquez at the pinnacle of Spanish painting. Best known today for his compelling depictions of the brutality of war and the disturbing intensity of his images of witches, he was also a prolific portrait picture. 949 more words