Tag: connections

“Connections” by ZEBU in Yekaterinburg, Russia – StreetArtNews

Artist duo ZEBU, with Lynn Lehmann and Dennis Gärtner, recently created their work about warm and friendly human relationships. The mural is made in the style of modern illustration and is entitled “Connections”. The mural was done in collaboration with annual Russian street art festival STENOGRAFFIA.The ZEBU team depicted human figures in an abstract way so that they resonate with every passer-by. The message of the ...

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Public art project will inspire connections in Twisp – Methow Valley News

Artwork courtesy of Methow ArtsOne of the panels depicts a Methow River angler.Steel panels to reflect town’s history, spiritBy Ann McCrearySeveral large art panels depicting images of Twisp and its surroundings will soon be installed on buildings in downtown Twisp by Methow Arts.The public art installations are steel panels, measuring 3 ½ feet by 6 feet, which will be mounted on buildings at four ...

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Salvador Dalí Drawings Reveal Connections to da Vinci and Old Masters – ARTnews.com

New research has revealed a close link between Salvador Dalí and Leonardo da Vinci. According to a report by the Guardian, a previously unpublished preparatory drawing of Dalí’s 1955 painting The Sacrament of the Last Supper was likely inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s famed 15th-century mural. The Dalí drawing shows Christ, as in Leonardo’s painting, at the center of the composition. Though Dalí’s final painting, ...

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‘I Left With Lifelong Connections’: What Artist Cheryl Humphreys Learned in Mexico at the Pocoapoco Residency

To mark Maestro Dobel Tequila’s sustained support of the arts and cultures of Mexico, Artnet is teaming up with the brand to support the Pocoapoco artists’ residency in the south of the country. In celebration of the residency’s ethos of intelligent innovation, and its drive to uphold and transform tradition, the spirit-maker will make a donation to assist its operations. This interview is part ...

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New news from the Met on Sackler connections, a $22,000 publication on the Sistine Chapel, and more

In this week’s Art World Roundup, we look at a Picasso exhibition extended in London, the Met announces it will reconsider Sackler, and a new book on the Sistine Chapel that will set you back a pretty penny. Also, Mwazulu Diyabanza heads to court again and museums in France and Germany have started closing their doors amid tighter COVID-19 regulations.Picasso show sticks around London ...

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