Tag: Dark


In 2022, Dark Horse Comics and Dark Horse Direct will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart’s seminal Eisner Award-winning comic The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects with a brand-new fine art print, featuring all-new art by Mignola and Stewart. This limited-edition print measures 18” x 24”. It will be limited to 300 prints and will retail for $49.99. Fans ...

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Bob Thompson’s “The Carriage” Riffs on Poussin, with Dark Implications – ARTnews.com

Bob Thompson’s vibrant scenes resonate with an unplaceable familiarity, recalling canonical Western paintings but with more dreamlike and largely inscrutable narratives. Monsters, featureless figures, jazz musicians, and processions of animals replace religious figures; references to contemporary events infiltrate mythological tales; bold, flat planes of color abstract realistic classical compositions. Under Thompson’s hand, a Fra Angelico composition of a beheading becomes the scene of a ...

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Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa’s ‘Dark Mirrors’ – ARTnews.com

Dark Mirrors, an essay collection by the British-Ugandan photographer and writer Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, compiles sixteen texts, written between 2015 and 2021. Structured as a series of close readings of different photographers’ bodies of work—ranging from Lewis Baltz’s landscape photographs to Deana Lawson’s artificially lit and dramatically staged portraits of the global Black working class—Dark Mirrors packs in heavily footnoted and passionate polemics on the ...

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Newcastle stat proves Eddie Howe dark art tactic has unlocked Thomas Tuchel his own Eden Hazard – Anita Abayomi

Chelsea may just have found their Eden Hazard replacement. Now, I do not mean someone who has quick feet and his vast locker of skills, but someone who's a target for the opposition. Hakim Ziyech, come and claim the throne. Chelsea took on Newcastle over the weekend and was fortunate enough to take the three points. It started as another one of those games ...

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Charles Matson Lume’s art installation ‘hearing it get dark’ celebrates light | Local News

CEDAR FALLS – On a recent afternoon, a Hearst Center staffer stepped into the art center’s main gallery to discover a patron quietly dancing in the light cast by a new installation, “hearing it get dark (for William Faulkner).” Charles Matson's Lume exhibition at the Hearst Center for the Arts in Cedar Falls. CHRIS ZOELLER Courier Staff Photographer “She told him it was wonderful ...

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Artsbridge hosts Winter Solstice Art After Dark | News, Sports, Jobs

Artsbridge Executive Director Megan Newbanks with a painting by LeeAnn Gallucci, “Auto Accident.” (Photo Provided) PARKERSBURG — The third annual Winter Solstice Art After Dark hosted by Artsbridge will be held 6 p.m. Tuesday. Local artists including painters, poets, musicians and wood carvers will display their work and performing open mic for the public. Live demonstrations also are planned. Among those ...

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Art Industry News: Art Basel Honcho Noah Horowitz May Be Heading to the Dark Side (an Auction House!) + Other Stories

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 Thursday, July 15. NEED-TO-READ Critic Pans David Hammons’s New Public Art Project – It takes guts to come out against a work of art that has been nearly universally praised. Critic Emily Colucci has taken the plunge ...

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How our ancestors conquered the dark to produce the world’s oldest art

Based on archaeological evidence found in Stone Age caves, researchers made their own versions of prehistoric torches and grease lamps that would have been used by early humans to illuminate caves. | Courtesy CNN (CNN) — Caves, often their deepest reaches, were humanity’s first art galleries, where early artists produced star maps, hunting scenes and friezes of ice age animals. However, caves weren’t great ...

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