Tag: Fall

‘Very Important’ Ancient Roman Site in England Could Fall Into the Sea – ARTnews.com

British archaeologists warned Tuesday that an ancient Roman site in Folkestone was at risk of falling into the ocean within the next century. The Canterbury Trust, which manages the site, announced that the Roman villa there was in danger on the same day that it revealed that archaeologists had exposed a mosaic in the structure. It marked the first time the mosaic had seen ...

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Art Hounds recommend fall arts festivals, studio tours and dance

Art curator and bilingual instructor William Franklin recommends a trip along the St Croix River this weekend for the River Valley Potters Fall Tour, with stops at three pottery home studios in Shafer and Marine on St. Croix.Nick Earl, Peter Jadoonath and father-daughter duo Guillermo and Alana Cuellar are the host potters, each of whom will host an additional four to six artists, ensuring ...

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Who Is Doug Chrismas? The Incredible Story Behind L.A. Dealer’s Fall – ARTnews.com

In 1994, the Los Angeles artist James Hayward dreamt that he murdered an art collector. At the time, he was broke and desperate to make a sale. The dream went something like this: Hayward went to meet his dealer, the famed Douglas Chrismas, at a collector’s lavish house. When he arrived, he was surprised to see the collector already owned work by him—a heavy ...

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13 art exhibits to explore this fall

Lazy summer days are morphing into cooler, crisper ones. That means, to our glee, that it’s once again time for the fall art season. This year, local museums are offering exhibits revolving around such themes as childhood, food justice and the environment. There’s an opportunity to glory in the graphic and arresting presidential portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama, the last stop of these ...

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Art Hounds: The fall season of arts begins

Cynthia Hall-Duran of St. Paul has been a fan of the AZ Gallery (also called Argyle Zebra Gallery) in Lowertown for a while, and she was able to attend the soft opening of their September show “Rejected.”More than 2,200 artists, both emerging and professional, submitted their work to the State Fair’s Fine Arts show this year, and only 324 were on display. Plenty of ...

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WMU Art Collection celebrates 100 years with major fall exhibition | WMU News

Contact: Tanya BakijaAugust 31, 2022 Original artwork from "The Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 1" (1972)KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Approximately 82 works from artists around the world, including Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg, will be featured in the 100th anniversary exhibition of the Western Michigan University Art Collection through Nov. 19 at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts.This commemorative exhibition, "We've Only Just Begun: Celebrating a Century of Collecting ...

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Wellesley arts news: Davis Museum previews fall exhibits; Abstract art welcomes you to the library

Our roundup of the latest Wellesley arts news: Davis Museum previews fall exhibits Wellesley College’s Davis Museum, closed as usual for the summer, will return this fall with a handful of new exhibits open to the school community and the general public. Among the exhibits, slated to be shown from Sept. 15 to Dec. 18: Lisa Reihana: in Pursuit Of Venus The exhibit ...

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Balenciaga Blows Up With an In-Store Art Installation That Translates Its Fall Collection Into Inflatable Puppets

Inflatable air puppets are no longer relegated to beckoning passersby into roadside gas stations and car washes. Thanks to Balenciaga, the floppy fun bags have entered the luxury realm. Eschewing chic, featureless mannequins, the brand opted for blow-up kinetic sculptures of its fall 2022 runway models for the windows of its midtown Manhattan flagship. “For me, the excitement is you have no idea how ...

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Art Industry News: An International Three-Museum Matisse Extravaganza Will Kick Off in Philadelphia This Fall + 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, April 14. NEED TO READ Kerry James Marshall Painting Will Be Sold to Fund Genomics Research – On May 19, Sotheby’s will offer up Kerry James Marshall’s painting Beauty Examined for an estimated $8 million to $12 ...

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