Tag: Mark

The New Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama Collection Misses the Mark – ARTnews.com

Louis Vuitton presented its second collaboration with Yayoi Kusama on Thursday at a pop-up store in New York’s Meatpacking District, just across the street from the Whitney Museum. Inside, uniformed men held silver platters of champagne amidst a sea of black dots covering yellow walls, mirrors, and reflective spheres. A giant, standing LV sign, encrusted with more chromatic spheres, stood glinting and flashing. These ...

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How the Late U.S. Ambassador Donald Blinken Shaped Mark Rothko’s Legacy – ARTnews.com

Donald Blinken, who died last week at age 96, may be best known for founding a venture capital firm and for his successes as a political liaison to Hungary during the Clinton administration while the country transitioning from Communism. But another important known part of his life story is the mark he left on the New York art scene. During the 1950s and ’60s, ...

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Tattoo artist’s convention makes mark on Newbury’s alternative scene

A tattoo artist has made his mark on the alternative art scene in Newbury with his a two-day debut tattoo convention.Organiser Lee Priddy rounded up between 800 and 900 attendees for the town’s first tattoo and music event at the Corn Exchange on August 6 and 7.“It was better than I expected to be honest,” the Newbury-based tattoo artist said.Shades of Siam from Thatcham“Newbury ...

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Mark Girouard (1931–2022) | Apollo Magazine

The architectural historian Mark Girouard has died at the age of 90. Girouard was renowned for his conviction that architectural history and social history go hand in hand – an approach already evident in early and influential books on the Elizabethans, published while Girouard was working as architecture editor for Country Life in the 1960s, which came to fruition in the following decade with two masterful studies: The Victorian ...

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‘Art Can Be Daunting If You Haven’t Been Enculturated Into It’: Artist Mark Leckey on Launching a Populist Art School

Artists have inevitably been tempted to imagine alternatives to formal art school training ever since it first arose during the Renaissance in the form of academies, with their refined, traditional, and exclusionary associations. “An oasis of decency for artists outside the system,” promised a prospectus for the East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing, set up in Suffolk, England in 1937 by artists Cedric ...

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Controversial Saudi painter aims to make her mark in modern art

RIYADH: The number of Saudi universities in the Academic Ranking of World Universities, also known as the Shanghai Ranking, has risen to 15 from six in the most recent classification. Saudi universities were recognized in 11 scientific disciplines in which they competed for advanced centers. This is among the top 50 international universities where Saudi universities have achieved advanced positions, including the 15th International ...

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Mark Bradford, Hauser & Wirth Launch New Education Project in L.A. – ARTnews.com

Mark Bradford may be best known for working in abstraction, but the L.A.-based artist is committed to thinking through how to change the art world—and the world at large—in concrete, tangible ways. Nearly a decade ago, Bradford cofounded the nonprofit Art + Practice in the South Los Angeles neighborhood of Leimert Park with the simple idea that residents of the community shouldn’t have to ...

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In the news: New public art in Basildon town centre to mark HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Basildon's rich cultural heritage has been added to in the form of a new permanent display of public art in Basildon town centre. A Bronze relief of HM The Queen has today been unveiled on the outside of The Basildon Centre, being designed locally by born and bred Basildon sculptor Aden Hynes.  The sculpture is in commemoration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, and ...

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