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Photo Oxford: a Celebration of Women and Photography in Pictures, and Art News of the Week 12 – 18 October 2020

Ben Enwonwu, was a Nigerian painter and sculptor, an international star in the 1960s, and his art seems to be making a comeback. Art News of the Week 12 - 18 October 2020

Amy Sillman, Abstraction, Quarantine, and Art News of the Week 5 – 11 October 2020

We Fight to Build a Free World is an important artistic undertaking carried out by a group of artists who resist intolerance and Art News of the Week 5 - 11 October 2020

The New Exhibition of Lindy Lee, and Art News of the Week 28 September – 4 October 2020

An article that appeared this week in The New York Times talks about how to get the most out of art, even when you are not sure if you will get it. Art News of the Week 28 September - 4 October 2020

David Altmejd Talks from His Studio During the Quarantine, and Art News of the Week 21 – 27 September 2020

Vincent Namatjira has become the first Indigenous artist to win Australia’s Archibald Prize for portraiture. The exhibition entitled “Philip Guston Now” is...

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Laura Owens, Between Abstract and Representational Art

Laura Owens emerged from the Los Angeles art scene in the late 1990s. Laura has never lost sight of her inner child and her paintings are lively, bold, direct, and sarcastic.

Contemporary Abstract Artists

Art attracts us as like moths are attracted by flames. Abstract art is no exception, but it can be difficult to define abstract art because it is a form of art that evades definition and classification.

Photo Oxford: a Celebration of Women and Photography in Pictures, and Art News of the Week 12 – 18 October 2020

Ben Enwonwu, was a Nigerian painter and sculptor, an international star in the 1960s, and his art seems to be making a comeback. Art News of the Week 12 - 18 October 2020

Tracey Rose – Contributing to History

It’s not every artist who is brave and committed enough to shave her entire body and make an art piece with the hair while filming using surveillance cameras, Introducing Tracey Rose.

Amy Sillman, Abstraction, Quarantine, and Art News of the Week 5 – 11 October 2020

We Fight to Build a Free World is an important artistic undertaking carried out by a group of artists who resist intolerance and Art News of the Week 5 - 11 October 2020

Betty Woodman – Contemporary American Artist

Betty Woodman, the 86-year-old ceramicist who overcame art world prejudice just to brighten the world. The doyenne of the domestic aesthetic leading the way for over 60 years.

The New Exhibition of Lindy Lee, and Art News of the Week 28 September – 4 October 2020

An article that appeared this week in The New York Times talks about how to get the most out of art, even when you are not sure if you will get it. Art News of the Week 28 September - 4 October 2020

Tracey Emin, Enfant Terrible of British Contemporary Art

Tracey Emin is a British conceptual artist born on July 3, 1963, in Croydon near London. She works with different techniques to achieve works with high autobiographical content. Tracey was part of the Young British Artists group and she was known as the "enfant terrible" of British contemporary art during the 1980s.

Kudzanai Chiurai, Art as a Tool of Cultural Activist

Kudzanai Chiurai is an artist and activist born in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe in 1981, where he currently lives and works. He became the first black student to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Pretoria, South Africa where he has spent most of the last years.

David Altmejd Talks from His Studio During the Quarantine, and Art News of the Week 21 – 27 September 2020

Vincent Namatjira has become the first Indigenous artist to win Australia’s Archibald Prize for portraiture. The exhibition entitled “Philip Guston Now” is a retrospective of Philip Guston that has been...

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Tracey Rose – Contributing to History

It’s not every artist who is brave and committed enough to shave her entire body and make an art piece with the hair while filming using surveillance cameras, Introducing Tracey Rose.

Betty Woodman – Contemporary American Artist

Betty Woodman, the 86-year-old ceramicist who overcame art world prejudice just to brighten the world. The doyenne of the domestic aesthetic leading the way for over 60 years.

Tracey Emin, Enfant Terrible of British Contemporary Art

Tracey Emin is a British conceptual artist born on July 3, 1963, in Croydon near London. She works with different techniques to achieve works with high autobiographical content. Tracey was part of the Young British Artists group and she was known as the "enfant terrible" of British contemporary art during the 1980s.

Kudzanai Chiurai, Art as a Tool of Cultural Activist

Kudzanai Chiurai is an artist and activist born in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe in 1981, where he currently lives and works. He became the first black student to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Pretoria, South Africa where he has spent most of the last years.