Tag: Series

Paint Along with Matthew Palmer Series Two – Prog One – Part One

In the first of this brand new series, professional artist Matthew Palmer takes 3 students Mandy, Harry and Nigel through a simple watercolour painting, an autumnal landscape. Matthew begins this painting by explaining how to start with a wet in wet sky before adding some distant trees using the stippling technique. Follow Matthew as he teaches you how to add simple yet effective foreground details, ...

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Art Industry News: A Sweeping Documentary Series About the NFT Phenomenon Is Coming to Amazon Prime + 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, December 22. NEED-TO-READ Why Some Misunderstood Simone Leigh’s Loophole of Retreat – Following Simone Leigh’s “Loophole of Retreat: Venice” symposium, which focused on the intellectual and creative labor of Black women, a critical evaluation ...

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For New Series, Adrian Ghenie Turns His Disquieting Gaze on Our Always-Online Today – ARTnews.com

Renowned for his portraits of history’s villains and foreboding psychological scenes pointing to past collective traumas, the Romanian painter Adrian Ghenie had something of a revelation during the Covid pandemic, which prompted a shift in his subject matter and practice. While visiting churches in Italy, he was struck by the way the human posture has changed: whereas in Baroque paintings the gaze of the ...

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Eric Fischl’s New Series Paints Sag Harbor To Reveal Contemporary America – ARTnews.com

The bright side of America’s political polarization and neverending crises may be that it has provided ample creative fodder for painter Eric Fischl. Fischl, who has been making and showing figurative paintings since the ‘70s, has become a self-fashioned bard of American decline. In recent years, he has hewed to the news cycle: Shortly after Trump took office, he posted a painting to Facebook, ...

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Maya Hieroglyphics Have a Lot to Tell Us About Art Today—and a New Lecture Series Will Explain How

Next year’s A.W. Mellon lectures, the prestigious annual series of scholarly talks hosted by the National Gallery of Art, will look back to Maya hieroglyphics for insights about how language and images shape the way we see the world today.  Anthropologist and Brown University social science professor Stephen D. Houston has been tapped as the lecturer of the 72nd edition of the event, founded ...

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New Hulu Series Explores Les Wexner’s Ties to Jeffrey Epstein – ARTnews.com

Leslie H. Wexner, the Ohio billionaire who was once one of the world’s important art collectors, made his fortune at the mall by turning around faltering brands into massively successful behemoths like Abercrombie & Fitch and Victoria’s Secret and founding others like the Limited and Bath & Body Works. But since 2019, when Jeffrey Epstein, the financier who was charged with sex trafficking of ...

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Interactive series to document pandemic art launched | Kolkata News

The Indo-Pacific launch of the series of interactions, ‘Arts Alive - The Arts, The Artists and The Times,’ was held at the Ashutosh Birth Centenary Hall at the Indian Museum recently. Rowan Ainsworth, consul general of Australia in Kolkata, and Sayan Bhattacharya, education officer, Indian Museum, were the guests of honour at the event. The launch was supported by the Australian High Commission, The ...

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Frida Kahlo’s Estate is Developing a TV Series Based On Her Life – ARTnews.com

The estate of celebrated Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and Miami-based BTF Media have partnered to produce a TV series based on the life and works of Kahlo. Kahlo has been the subject of a slew of multiple films, documentaries and shorts. She was most famously portrayed in Julie Taymor’s Oscar-winning 2002 biopic “Frida,” starring Salma Hayek who garnered a best actress nomination for her ...

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“Heavy Meal” Series by Biancoshock in Milan, Italy – StreetArtNews

Biancoshock is back with a new series of artwork in Milan. The artist’s installations “Heavy Meal” are painted concrete backpacks that criticize the work of food delivery riders and their daily effort.“In a democratic society, job is a basic tool for civil and economic progress. What progress can there be if job’s world does not produce emancipation, growth and gratification? In example, the work of food-delivery riders ...

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