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Louisville’s The Homies, a Kentuckian wins ‘American Idol’ & Pride events. Here’s the latest arts news you might have missed – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Every other week, LPM brings you the newsletter Arts, Culture, Et Cetera. It’s full of arts and culture news from the region, a rundown of things to do and see, and an introduction to an artist in the community. Here’s a snippet from this week’s newsletter: Events, exhibitions, etc… There are a number of ways to celebrate Pride Month in the area. In Louisville, ...

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The Baltimore Museum of Art Invited Its Guards to Curate Their Latest Exhibition. Here’s How They Took on the Challenge

They spend more time looking at the museum’s walls than anybody else—and now, for the first time, they’re deciding what art will hang there.  For the Baltimore Museum of Art’s (BMA) newest exhibition, the security guards have taken on curatorial duties. The show, “Guarding the Art,” features 25 pieces from the BMA’s collection—including works by Louise Bourgeois, Grace Hartigan, and Mickalene Thomas—selected by 17 ...

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Art Business Leaders Will Gather for the Elite Talking Galleries Symposium in New York This April. Here’s What They Will Discuss

Have you ever wondered just what daunting concerns and bright ideas are on the minds of the world’s leading art professionals?  This April, for the first time, the esteemed Barcelona-based nonprofit Talking Galleries will be hosting an edition of its renowned art-business symposium in New York, gathering nearly 50 industry insiders for two days of conversations about the most pressing issues facing the field.  Talking Galleries New ...

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Here’s What Collectors Bought at the Bustling Fog Design and Art Fair in San Francisco

The return of the FOG Design and Art fair to San Francisco’s Fort Mason pier—after going on hiatus last year amid the pandemic—brought out droves of buyers. Both local galleries and those that visited from around the U.S. (plus a few international names) reported healthy sales and a strong showing from important private and institutional collections. The ICA Miami quickly acquired two works including ...

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From Venice to Documenta, Here’s a List of All the Major Art Biennials and Triennials Scheduled to Return in Force in 2022

You never know these days, but 2022 is still shaping up to be a year chock full of art events. From Mali to Morocco, Cleveland to Canada, biennials and triennials are returning to the main stage. It will be truly interesting to see what the new normal looks like at such big international art surveys. A roster of heavy hitters are set to unleash ...

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