Art Antwerp | 2nd Edition, 15-18.12.2022

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About Artwork Antwerp The honest was born in 2021 just after a extended interval through which no activities could come about owing to the pandemic and when art fairs ended up commencing to re-emerge in quite a few towns about the world. There was a robust perception that art fans […]

“East of the Pacific: Making Histories of Asian American Art” at Cantor Arts Center

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In this group show—organized under the auspices of Asian American Art Initiative at the Cantor Arts Center—forty-six artists offer guiding images of Asian American dignities, experimentation, and sociality. Taking up AAAI co-director Marci Kwon’s provocation to “conceive of collection as debt,” this presentation frames the institutional wealth of California’s Stanford […]

Bruno Munari Study Day – Center for Italian Modern Art

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  December 09, 2022, 10:00 AM – 06:30 PM RESERVE YOUR TICKETS HERE! Keynote speaker: Prof. Pierpaolo Antonello, Cambridge University The exhibition Bruno Munari: The Child Within, curated by Steven Guarnaccia and on view in New York at the Center for Italian Modern Art (CIMA) from October 6, 2022 to […]

Anton Pieck – my daily art display

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Anton Pieck When one thinks of artists, one looks to the greats such as Veronese or Goya or Turner and some are maybe somewhat “sniffy” when graphic artists and illustrators are lumped together with such luminaries.  My artist today was reviled by serious art lovers for his artwork being petty […]

Making Matters. A Vocabulary for Collective Arts – We Make Money Not Art

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Making Matters. A Vocabulary for Collective Arts, edited by Janneke Wesseling and Florian Cramer. Published by Valiz*. Making Matters formulates the importance for artists of working as collectives, especially if they hope to address meaningfully crushing ecological and social problems. Joining a collective often means allying with other disciplines, multiplying […]

Artists’ Collections in the Archives: Digitizing Cleveland’s Artistic History | by Cleveland Museum of Art | CMA Thinker | Sep, 2022

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By Sara Kunkemueller, Digitization Intern, Ingalls Library and Museum Archives This summer, I joined the Ingalls Library and Museum Archives as a digitization intern. My work involved several projects, from updating metadata to scanning books for the Internet Archive, but much of my time was dedicated to digitizing artists’ collections […]

Daily Campello Art News: Nothing Gold Can Stay

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Studio Gallery and the Stimson Centre now and as a result of March 3, 2023 have a new collaborative exhibition by Suzanne Yurdin on screen. This exhibit is available for viewing at the Stimson Heart in Dupont Circle by appointment only.  The work was curated by J.S. Herbert and Halley […]

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