Tag: Arts

Madrid show explores graphic art’s role as tool of resistance in Latin America | Spain

Forty-three kites bearing 43 black-and-white faces hang from the ceiling of the Reina Sofía, each one a mute appeal for answers, remembrance and justice.Close by, T-shirts and posters clamour for equality, a forest of placards commemorates the detained, disappeared and dead of Uruguay’s military dictatorship, and an icon of the struggle for Peruvian independence undergoes a queer, pop art makeover.The latest exhibition at the ...

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Cultural venues to receive £128 million to improve access to arts and culture

Access to arts and culture in areas with low levels of cultural engagement to be boosted through the £30.8 million Cultural Development Fund Local library services to be improved with £20.5 million Libraries Improvement Fund Urgent museum maintenance and infrastructure works to be funded through £63.3 million Museum Estate Development Fund Cultural venues including museums, galleries and public libraries are to benefit from up ...

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Arts for All Kentucky provides non-verbal communication through art – News 40

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Arts for All Kentucky is working to include all people one craft at a time. “Our mission is to provide accessible and inclusive arts programming so that everyone can be involved, to make that a welcoming experience,” said Delaire Rowe, executive director of Arts for All Kentucky. Since 1987, the organization offers programs on visual arts, literary arts, music, dance ...

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“Assembly Required” at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation Invites You to Act – ARTnews.com

A WORK TO BE STEPPED ON, announces an index card placed on the floor of the gallery. The label is positioned next to a scrap of canvas, inviting visitors to traverse the tattered fabric. Yoko Ono’s Painting to be Stepped On (1960/61) is one of many works in the Pulitzer Arts Foundation exhibition “Assembly Required” that ask viewers to participate in some manner. Spanning ...

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National Endowment for the Humanities Awards $33 Million in Grants to 245 Exemplary Arts Projects Across the U.S.

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Friday, April 15.  NEED TO READ Holocaust Heirs Sue Israel Museum in Jerusalem – The institution is facing a lawsuit brought by the Jewish heirs of Holocaust victim Ludwig Marum for refusing to return a manuscript ...

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Artist Kamrooz Aram Discusses New Exhibition at Arts Club of Chicago – ARTnews.com

When he is in the midst of planning a new exhibition, Brooklyn-based artist Kamrooz Aram aims to respond to the space in which his art will be displayed. That is especially true with his latest show, “Privacy, An Exhibition,” now on view at the Arts Club of Chicago. “The architecture is always something that informs the work—art informing architecture, architecture working with art,” he ...

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