Tuesday, July 5, 2022
Matthew Day Jackson. Courtesy Hauser & Wirth. Photo: JJYPHOTO.

The New Exhibition of Matthew Day Jackson and Art News of the Week 7...

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A project is being prepared to take a laser scan of the city of Venice, Italy. The aim is to have a complete digital record of this ancient city that could soon be underwater due to rising sea levels. Art News of the Week 7 - 13 September 2020
Installation by Liu Wei. Photo: Mousse Magazine

Liu Wei – A Bold and Aggressive Artist

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He’s a rebel and an unconventional artist. Liu Wei has ambition; his work is fearless and chaotic, known as a thorn in the side of the Chinese art world, this artist is a student of change.
Artist Jeff Koons poses next to his piece called Rabbit at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Photo: xlsemanal.com

Jeffrey Koons, Pop Culture and Art production

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Jeffrey L. Koons is an American artist born on January 21, 1955. He is known for his art production related to pop culture. In his sculptures, Koons often represents everyday objects, works made of stainless steel, mirror-finished surfaces, and his characteristic balloon animals.
Maria Berrio - The Paradise of Others, 2019. Photo: Kohn Gallery

New Colombian Contemporary Art, and Art News of the Week 26 October – 1...

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There is a new group of contemporary artists that have been growing over the past years in Colombia, and they are turning pain and difficulties into creation and pleasure for the senses. Art news of the week 26 October - 1 November 2020.
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Paul Haim’s Secret Garden and Art News of the Week 20 – 26 July

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The life of an art historian has never been easy. Employment opportunities are almost insignificant in a market of falling demand, low salaries, and limited possibilities. Even under normal conditions, this career is a tough one, with long years of research and training.
Forbidden Fruit Picker (2015) - Collage painting. Photo: I am Africa

Wangechi Mutu – Hybrid Art

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Wangechi Mutu is a Kenyan-American visual artist widely known for her collages, films, sculptures and installations. Her art reflects on sexuality, femininity, ecology, politics, the world and the futile but often damaging efforts of humans to control it.
Conversation On A Pink Couch. Photo: playgrounddetroit.com

Gisela McDaniel – Art as Therapy

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Born in Cleveland and based in Detroit, McDaniel received her BFA from the University of Michigan. She describes herself as “a diasporic indigenous Chamorro feminist artist”.
Photographer Jorge Vargas and his two daughters have worked to make whimsical portraits during their time in lockdown in Argentina. Left: Saint, and Right: Air. (Jorge Vargas)

Photography as a Mean for Coping with Isolation, and Art News of the Week...

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Jorge Vargas, an Argentine photographer, spent time in isolation creating imaginative portraits of his two daughters. Art News of the Week 9 - 15 November 2020
Germany Berlin Christo And Jeanne-Claude, Berlin, Germany

Christo and Jeanne-Claude, the Art of Wrapping the World Together

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Christo Vladimirov Javacheff was born in Gabrovo, Bulgaria on June 13, 1935, and died in New York on May 31, 2020. He had a long relationship with Jeanne-Claude who was born in Casablanca, Morocco on June 13, 1935, until his death on November 18, 2009.
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African Heroes: How Art Teaches Us About Their Struggles

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Africa is home to some of the world’s first discoveries of art created by ancient civilisations who first expressed their cultural characteristics with cave paintings. From then until now African artists have given us an insight into the history of this vast continent.