Tag: future

The future of Catholic art is alive and well

Amazing contemporary art is compiled into a gorgeous new volume … a wonderful thing for all fans of sacred art!You can get Aleteia inspiration and news in your inbox. Our specially curated newsletter is sent each morning. The best part? It's free. Sign up hereTake a walk through any art museum and you’ll see the glorious heritage of Catholic art. Catholic sacred art is central ...

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Exploring past and future of ceramic art

Ti Gong A featured artwork at the exhibition A colorful and splendid roll of ceramic art was unfolded at the Baoku Culture Center inside the iconic Shanghai Tower in the Pudong New Area on Sunday, presenting a feast for the eyes with works from 30 artists.Ceramics have accompanied the development of human civilization since the Neolithic Age. At the end of the Eastern Han ...

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The Back Room: A Taste of the Future

Every Friday, Artnet News Pro members get exclusive access to the Back Room, our lively recap funneling only the week’s must-know intel into a nimble read you’ll actually enjoy. This week in the Back Room: a 2023 predictions sampler, Singapore’s star turn begins, a Hollywood insider banks on an art-world outsider, and much more—all in a 7-minute read (1,901 words). __________________________________________________________________________ Top of the Market ...

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After 2022’s Crypto Crash, The Future Vision of NFTs Is Far More Banal – ARTnews.com

A year ago, crypto and NFTs seemed unstoppable. In January, Jimmy Fallon and Paris Hilton hyped Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs on The Tonight Show and just days later FTX aired a blockbuster ad starring comedian Larry David during Super Bowl LVI.  We know how those stories turned out. As of this month, everyone is getting sued! Meanwhile, the Web3-heads who put their crypto ...

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Christie’s Sneakers and Streetwear Division Faces an Uncertain Future – ARTnews.com

Just over a month ago, Christie’s launched a new division meant cater to one of the most coveted demographics among auction houses, millennial and Gen Z buyers who want to spend their disposable income on hard-to-find sneakers, like those from a collaboration between Louis Vuitton Nike Air Force 1. But now, that division, branded as Department X, seems to be on shaky ground. Part of ...

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The Shaker Museum Eyes New Future in Upstate New York – ARTnews.com

In July, I joined a small group for a tour of the collection of the Shaker Museum in Old Chatham, New York, where we meandered among metal shelves filled with thousands of wooden boxes and benches, baskets and tables, brooms and bureaus, chests and ladder-back chairs, all meticulously catalogued and digitized. Despite the obvious care invested in the objects’ documentation and organization, however, the ...

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What Does the Future of Art Look Like?

In the middle of a park in Long Beach, local artist Mufasa was encouraging kids and grown-ups alike to unleash their inner creativity.Along with fellow artists Mister Toledo and Josh Garcia, Mufasa set up big sheets of white paper, with cups of paint and paintbrushes scattered enticingly around. After a few hours, the paper was filled with colorful depictions of faces, a palm tree, ...

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After a $50 M. Gift, CCS Bard Looks Toward the Future – ARTnews.com

What makes a great patron? There are as many answers as there are great patrons in the institutional art world. Typically, financial support plays a major role. But a truly exceptional patron, according to Guggenheim Museum director Richard Armstrong, has the capacity to imagine the uncharted heights an institution can achieve. In a catalogue devoted to Marieluise Hessel’s art collection, Armstrong cites her as ...

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American Artist and Lou Cornum on Future Imaginaries – ARTnews.com

In their current exhibition, “Shaper of God,” on view at REDCAT in Los Angeles through October 2, American Artist probes the life of science fiction writer Octavia E. Butler (1947–2006). Both Butler and Artist grew up in the nearby town of Pasadena, and the show highlights how the novelist’s imagined worlds were shaped by the environment they shared. The show includes two sculptures based ...

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