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Tavares Strachan’s New Public Work Unveiled Outside Barclays Center – ARTnews.com

This weekend, colossal neon letters were installed in the plaza of Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, a steel arena splitting the borough’s busiest streets. Those entering the arena will see the first half of the phrase (“You Belong Here”). Upon leaving the Barclays Center, visitors will see the second half (“We Belong Here”). Thousands pour through the Barclays subway station every day, some of whom invariably ...

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MFA debuts Center for Netherlandish Art

Some days, the Museum of Fine Arts’ Van Otterloo-Weatherbie Director Christopher Atkins can be found admiring Rembrandt’s self-portrait “Artist in His Studio.” The focus is on the easel in the middle of the canvas as Rembrandt, holding a brush and palette, seemingly takes a step back to admire his own artwork.  Come Nov. 20, the painting will join an immense collection of Dutch and ...

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Perrotin and Nahmad Contemporary Center Georges Mathieu in Art History – ARTnews.com

A precursor to Happenings and performance art, and an intriguing example of asemic writing—which resembles language but does not carry meaning—the work of French painter Georges Mathieu (1921–2012) was both influential and prescient. Yet Mathieu’s achievements have largely faded from view, at least within the United States. This remarkable New York survey, featuring some thirty-six major works filling two venues, marks the artist’s centenary. ...

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Art Exhibit Inspired By Worldwide Game Of Jacks Opens At One World Trade Center – CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There’s a new art installation at One World Trade called “XO World.”The sculpture is 12 feet high and was brought there via crate over the George Washington Bridge and then hoisted in place via crane.READ MORE: Ben 'Moody' Harney Helms NYC's Only Oyster CartIt’s inspired by the worldwide game of jacks — the X is a jack made up of ...

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Exhibits, ArtOberfest promise busy weekend at Parkersburg Art Center | News, Sports, Jobs

He Spoke of Lands, Not Far by Susan Sheppard. (Photo Provided) Sweet Devil by Lavana Lemley. (Photo Provided) He Spoke of Lands, Not Far by Susan Sheppard. (Photo Provided)PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Art Center will feature three events this weekend, including the opening of two new exhibits. One of the new exhibits opening from 5-7 p.m. Friday is “Sweet Fangs by Lavana Lemley.” The ...

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New Art Exhibit opens Oct. 5 at UMaine’s Hutchinson Center – UMaine News

A new exhibit exploring and processing COVID-19 and grief through art opens Oct. 5 at the H. Allen and Sally Fernald Art Gallery at the University of Maine Hutchinson Center in Belfast. The exhibit, which is open through December, is free and open to the public from 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Monday–Friday. The show features works by students from the Eddy Middle School in Newry, ...

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Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art Presents “Untitled” (L.A.) | News Center

Never before exhibited in Nevada, “Untitled” (L.A.) is one of the artist’s famous “candy-spill” artworks. Here, Gonzalez-Torres finds beauty in the everyday by transforming green, cellophane-wrapped candies into an arrangement of color, form, and texture. Viewers are encouraged to take and eat the candy, creating a moment of engagement that is sensory and personal. Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996) was an openly gay artist at a time when LGBTQIA+ ...

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Lake County News,California – Middletown Art Center plans diverse slate of programs to weave the arts into Lake County communities

Pomo basket weaver and cultural educator Corine Pearce discusses basket weaving with Millie Simon, Middletown Pomo elder. Pearce is readying an oak shoot for a basket. In the foreground are traditional Pomo baskets woven by Pearce. Both Pearce and Simon will participate in the upcoming "Weaving Baskets, Weaving Bridges" program through the Middletown Art Center, which is slated to begin in early November. Photo ...

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