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San Antonio art exhibit puts spotlight on Latino food

Comfort food comes in all shapes and sizes. For Latino families, nothing is more nostalgic or satisfying than a concha — a type of sweet bread that is often served at breakfast. After studying all the nooks and crannies, Eva Marengo Sanchez painted conchas for a new exhibit at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio."I think that food is just so close to ...

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San Francisco will greet a new Institute of Contemporary Art

Alison Gass, the incoming director of the Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco Ulysses Ortega; Courtesy of the ICA San Francisco Planners today announced the founding of the Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco (ICA SF), a non-collecting museum that will seek to champion local artists and attract international creative names to the Bay Area. The goal is to open to the public with ...

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5 Works Of Art To See In San Diego In September

New works of art to catch this month in San Diego by Christina Kim, El Anatsui, Ivonne Garcia, Chitra Gopalakrishnan with The House of Resilience, and youth at MOPA. Christina Kim: 'liquid2solid' On view at the Mingei International Museum beginning Sept. 3, 2021 I should probably just list the entirety of the Mingei's architectural and design transformation as one of the works of art you ...

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San Francisco Galleries Look to the Post-Pandemic Future – ARTnews.com

Last year, when the pandemic hit, shuttered art institutions the world over were forced to pivot to the internet—it was the only way to maintain connection with their audiences. Museums organized online curator talks and walk-throughs, auction houses livestreamed sales. Art fairs set up viewing rooms—and so did their clients, the galleries, in some cases collectively. Today, as the pandemic fades in some places ...

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Photo gallery: San Diego Coastal Art Studios Tour to spotlight artists, gardens and homes in La Jolla and PB

Art, art studios, inspiring gardens and creative homes galore will be on display in La Jolla and Pacific Beach during the San Diego Coastal Art Studios Tour on Saturday, Sept. 18. The free one-day, self-guided tour will feature more than 30 artists in six locations — three each in La Jolla and PB.Artists Dot Renshaw, Cherry Sweig and Leah Higgins have been working on ...

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Tensions Over Cuts at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Are Nearing a Boiling Point + 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 Friday, August 6. NEED-TO-READ Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Embattled Vision for the Hirshhorn – Artist Hiroshi Sugimoto’s proposals to revamp the Hirshhorn’s sculpture garden are not going over well. Sugimoto says his original vision has been altered by ...

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First Carbon-Neutral NFT Drop by Okuda San Miguel – StreetArtNews

Explains Okuda, “As an artist I embrace all media through which I can develop my work, whether that’s murals and paintings, three-dimensional sculptures, or installations and immersive exhibitions. I’ve never limited myself to a single discipline, because I believe that the more mediums I work in, the more people I can reach. NFTs, to me, are yet another way I can invite viewers into ...

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San Ramon announces new temporary public art program | News

The city of San Ramon is looking for artists for their new temporary public art program, "Upcycle Your HeART Out: Coming Out of COVID-Signs of Hope." The program will use upcycled election signs, painted and primed white, in which artists can paint or draw over. The signs, completed with the artwork, will be displayed in an outdoor gallery in San Ramon. This year, the ...

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San Antonio artists want more representation of Chicano art

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio contemporary artist Cruz Ortiz has always been inspired by the Chicano culture and he believes the artists who helped push the movement deserve to be enshrined.  “When you go to New York you expect to see Andy Warhol. When you come to San Antonio you better see a huge Adan Hernandez painting,” Ortiz says. “And not just on paper, ...

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