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Champagne Life - Saatchi Gallery /#1

(Featured Image: Seung Ah Paik Autolandscape, (2012-13) Pigment, Charcoal and rabbit skin glue on canvas )

As a female art student and aspiring professional artist it’s hard not to be aware of the longstanding disparity in the commercial success and value of work produced by female artists in comparison to their male counterparts. 635 more words


It Started with a Book...

People often ask how exhibitions are developed. Sometimes it starts with a book, in this case – Peter Corbin: An Artist’s Creel. Peter Corbin presented the hardbound volume by Tom Davis and foreword by John Merwin to the National Sporting Library & Museum a few years ago. 667 more words


Dundee Botanical Gardens

Although I didn’t get to go for my weekly big walk I thought that I would post about the amazing walk that is the University of Dundee Botanical Gardens. 507 more words

Lecture: Garth Clark at Belger Craneyard Studios

Garth Clark visited Kansas City a few weeks ago to deliver a lecture very pertinent to the upcoming spring, with shows like Every Semester at the Belger Arts Center and NCECA approaching: he spoke on the art of collecting ceramics. 213 more words


Liberace Stradivarius goes on display

The Mob Museum in Las Vegas on Feb 9th hosted the Liberace Foundation for a presentation and exhibit entitled “Liberace and the Mob:  Who Played Whom? 41 more words


Exhibiting the Intangible, the (In)audible

Esra Satici, ITP 2015

Event and Project Coordinator, Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (ANAMED), Istanbul, Turkey

In this post, I will introduce our current exhibition… 540 more words