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Cristiano Ronaldo’s New Statue Isn’t the Only Statue You Should Be Scared Of

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The mega-heartthrob of the football world, Cristiano Ronaldo, recently had an airport renamed in his honor. The Cristiano Ronaldo International Airport, previously known as the Madeira Airport, is a site for bustling travelers and tourists in Portugal… and a horrifying new commemorative bronze bust of the Madrid football star created byContinue Reading

April 15, 2017
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Divine Illustrations Inspired by Pop Culture, Wood Block Prints, and Asia by Andrew Archer

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Since 2006, Andrew Archer, an illustrator and art director from New Zealand, has been honing his illustration craft by working with international brands such as Nike, Adobe, and the NYT. His vibrant style is inspired by pop culture, surrealism, fashion, wood block prints, and his previous memories exploring Asia. HeContinue Reading

April 2, 2017
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“No Borders” Is Your Chance to Help Artists Help Refugees

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Now more than ever, we need to support those in need that are experiencing injustices, especially refugees. On Sunday, April 2, we have an opportunity. “No Borders: A Benefit Exhibition to Support the ACLU & International Refugee Assistance Project” features over 100 prints, drawings, paintings, and sculptures donated by artistsContinue Reading

March 31, 2017
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Mirages and Miracles: Handmade + Hand-coded

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Many people fear the eventual decline of traditional fine arts as modern technology continues to pave the way for advanced artistic media and methods. With the emergence of things like augmented and virtual reality, art is increasingly developing and evolving to unprecedented heights. So how do we continue to growContinue Reading

March 29, 2017
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If All Else Fails, Win New Friends Via Lunch Bags

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If it seems like your child is having some trouble making friends in school, despite having given them every single piece of advice under the sun, you’re not out of luck. You may be able to draw some inspiration from a dad who wanted to help his son become moreContinue Reading

March 25, 2017
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A Year of Yes: When an O’Keefe Grabs Back

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A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum began last year, October at the Brooklyn Museum and continues until early 2018. This is a perfect show for Women’s History Month. In this show, the history of feminism and feminist art are celebrated. The works of groundbreaking female artistsContinue Reading

March 10, 2017
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In The Art World, How Much Is Too Much

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In the art world, how much is too much to spend on a painting? Not just any painting, but a painting by one of the most famous and recognizable artists of the 19th and 20th century?? $10 million? 20? 30? What about $59 million dollars for Gustav Klimt’s “Bauerngarten?” LastContinue Reading

March 9, 2017
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State of Exception: A Reminder About Immigrants and Refugees

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In light of the recent immigration and refugee issues in the US and around the world, it’s imperative now more than ever that we do everything we can to protect our friends and neighbors regardless of their ethnicities, background, and citizenship status, from hate and bigotry. I recently came acrossContinue Reading

March 8, 2017
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Magnificent Grass Portraits by Ackroyd & Harvey

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For over two decades, artists Ackroyd & Harvey have been creating monumental pieces. Their time-based work is created at the intersection of sculpture, photography, ecology, and biology, “often reflecting scientific and environmental concerns and revealing an intrinsic bias towards process and event.” For the towering portraits presented today, the artistsContinue Reading

March 2, 2017
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Alice Neel’s Love For Harlem

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The noise of birds singing, the jazz and oldies playing down the block, the noise of old folks slamming the dominos in the table, the kids chanting, the neighbors gossiping…Harlem. Talking about Harlem is talking about music, literature, and cultural exchange. In other words, it’s a dialogue that paints aContinue Reading

February 28, 2017
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‘The Emperor Has No Balls’ by INDECLINE

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Suddenly, one day in the late summer of 2016, they popped-up in five cities throughout the United States — New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cleveland, and Seattle. Parks, street corners, and sidewalks were uglified with an unpleasant apparition: A grotesque sculpture of a presidential candidate. Naked, fat, monster-like, andContinue Reading

February 20, 2017
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12 Artists Enhance the Delta Plane Ride Experience with Wieden+Kennedy and Coca-Cola

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I love visiting new places, but there’s nothing I hate more than being stuck on a lackluster plane for 10 hours. It is miserable, cramped, and boring. Now imagine you’re sitting in your seat, you pop down your tray and BAM! You are greeted with a stunning work of art.Continue Reading

February 19, 2017
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Where Are We Going? by Artist Chiharu Shiota

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“Life is a journey without a destination.” –Chiharu Shiota Have you ever imagined what it would feel like to walk through a maze of white yarn weaved together? Sounds almost like a dream, right? Not for Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota because most of her work consists of awe-inspiring, large-scale installationsContinue Reading

February 11, 2017
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Bridging Art and Science Using Paper Folding

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Matt Shlian combines nanotechnology with paper folding to create mathematically beautiful art pieces. The University of Michigan, Penny Stamps School of Art & Design professor and “paper engineer” combines his passion for geometry and paper art to create intricate pieces, made up of folded paper, glued together. Shlian dubbed himselfContinue Reading

February 10, 2017
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Underwater Art That Helps Marine Life

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We typically think of art museums to be located on land, with all of its paintings and sculptures and pieces protected and kept away from a variety of elements from the sometimes harmful wrath of nature. But what if I told you there’s a museum that does the opposite: aContinue Reading

January 25, 2017
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Book Review “Art Inc.: The Essential Guide for Building Your Career as an Artist” by Lisa Congdon

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One of my New Year’s resolution is to read 50 books and it only felt right to kick it off with Art Inc. by Lisa Congdon. Lisa Congdon is a fine artist, author, and illustrator who’s known for her whimsical pattern designs. Despite discovering her creative passions later in herContinue Reading

January 17, 2017
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