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Allan Rohan Crite has produced an extensive body of religiously themed works, a new exhibition connects his artistic expression to his faith

A PROLIFIC ARTIST, Allan Rohan Crite (1910-2007) was a lifelong Episcopalian who described himself as a storyteller. He made paintings of African-American life in the Roxbury neighborhood of South Boston before devoting himself mainly to works with religious themes. Crite illustrated hymns, biblical stories and liturgical scenes, populating his stories with black characters, including Black […]

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Bunbury Regional Art Gallery Welcomes Mike Bianco as New Director for 2022 | Bunbury Mail

THE BUNBURY Regional Art Gallery will soon take on a whole new direction with its new director, Mike Bianco, now at the helm of the South West’s premier art centre. Recently moved from York to Bunbury, Mr. Bianco joins the art gallery with a history in the commercial and non-profit art sectors focusing primarily on […]

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Contemporary Asian art rubs shoulders with old works during Asia Week in New York

Madhvi Parekh (born 1942) God of the Sea, 1971 Oil on canvas 48 x 72.2 in. (121.9 x 183.4 cm.)DAG When Asia Week in New York kicks off its nine-day extravaganza of exhibitions, auctions and museum exhibits on March 16, nearly half of the world’s leading galleries will showcase a stunning range of contemporary paintings, […]

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Launch of the first NFT art forum in Saudi Arabia

Sotheby’s and the Visual Arts Commission of Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture have announced a new digital arts forum in the kingdom as part of the ongoing public program for the Diriyah Biennale. The conference, dubbed the Digital Art Forum, which is a first of its kind for the kingdom, will be held from February […]

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How do I donate a historical object to the Coquitlam Archives?

Barb Wood’s collection of pen and ink drawings, commissioned by the City of Coquitlam in the early 2000s, is now housed in the City Archives. Barb Wood trained as an architect and fine arts. In 1980, the Halifax native started an art business in Vancouver and became a partner in a co-op and a printmaking […]

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KAWS launches its first major solo exhibition in London

Artist KAWS launches his first major solo exhibition in London, NEW FICTION, KAWS (Brian Donnelly b.1974) at the Serpentine. It will present new and recent physical and augmented reality works from January 18 to February 27, 2022. Brooklyn-based KAWS is considered one of the most innovative artists of his generation The exhibition is curated by […]

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Kimbell to Explore Controversial “Slave Ship” Painting by JMW Turner at Online Conference

On January 14, the Kimbell Art Museum will premiere an online lecture by two world experts from the 19th century, exploring one of the most important paintings of the Romantic period. At first glance, JMW Turner’s best-known work seems to be another dramatic example of a romantic maritime painting: It is only on closer inspection […]

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Sarasota Outdoor Fine Arts Show

Things to do DAILY SRQ MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY JANUARY 10, 2022 | The 6th Annual Sarasota Outdoor Fine Arts Show is scheduled for this upcoming weekend of January 15-16, 2022 outdoors at Phillippi Estate Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Enjoy original and handmade artwork by the artist to display at the show, […]

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You’re invited: a free art walk, an exhibition and live music

This is what you would want to find in a city praised for its vibrant art scene – an art gallery surrounded by warehouse artwork spaces housed in a trendy neighborhood off the beaten track. And you’re invited to a free art walk tonight where the work of two artists will be on display, along […]

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New exhibitions at Laney Contemporary and at the RO3 gallery: Low Country Passion & The Vastness of One’s Life | Visual arts | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

I am always excited when the state-of-the-art Laney Contemporary Gallery hangs a new exhibition. But when it’s a show created by a nationally renowned artist who happens to be a friend, I get more than excited! Don’t miss “The Nature of Not Knowing” by Betsy Cain, on display this Friday, January 7th. A native of […]

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University of Minnesota Project Offers Online Portal on Mexican-American Art

The rhizome, an underground plant stem that can grow horizontally or upward, flows in a non-linear, often surprisingly fashion. This unpredictable botanical miracle inspired a joint project between the University of Minnesota and the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. “Rhizomes of Mexican-American Art Since 1848” is an open source online portal that currently houses […]

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Death of Wayne Thiebaud: the Californian painter was 101 years old

Wayne Thiebaud is deceased. He was 101 years old. A UC Davis faculty teacher for more than 40 years, Thiebaud died at his home in Sacramento on Saturday. His death was confirmed on Instagram by his Acquavella gallery. “It is with great sadness that we celebrate the passing of a truly remarkable man, Wayne Thiebaud,” […]

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How to find the Party Pass in Chica’s Green Room

This guide will help fans find the Party Pass in Chica’s Green Room and complete the Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach’s Party Pass mission. The Party Pass mission to Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach has two objectives, the first of which requires players to use the service elevators to Rockstar Row. This is […]

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The “Hanging Gardens of Babylon” in Shanghai to open along a stream

Dong Jun / SHINE On Wednesday, the new flagship commercial project “Tian An 1000 Trees” will open its doors along Suzhou Creek. An iconic new shopping complex along Suzhou Creek in Shanghai, dubbed the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, will open on Wednesday. The initial phase of the “Tian An 1000 Trees” project will include restaurants, […]

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Pace Gallery: Irving Penn: Photographism

Rhythm Gallery present Irving Penn: photography, an exhibition that brings together around 30 photographs, embodying Penn’s revolutionary photographic style. Stretching from 1939 to the beginning of the 2000s, the works presented will be accompanied by archival documents and rarely seen preparatory sketches, which articulate the notion of “photographism” of the artist. The exhibition proposes that […]