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Dorothea Tanning is a Good Artist—and What’s so Bad About That? – ARTnews.com

Recent assessments of Dorothea Tanning are so similar that there must be a playbook somewhere. Step one: commend her for living a long time (1910-2012). Step two: announce that she was married to a certain famous Surrealist painter (google it if you care that much). Step three: say that she was unfairly overshadowed by her husband (true). Step four: say that since she was ...

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What’s the Worst Thing That Can Happen at a Gallery Opening? [Cartoon]

Art Whirled is a new series of weekly cartoons on Artnet News that poke fun at the extremely ripe target of the art world and art market. The mind behind the cartoons, Guy Richards Smit, is an artist known for his paintings, video installations, musicals, performance work and even a sitcom, exploring themes of narcissism, desire, power and failure. His sharply observant work has ...

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What’s better than art while you lunch? | Front Porch News

"Art while you enjoy breakfast or lunch?" says local artist Diane Brown, "What could be better?"Thanks to Andrew Nathan and Jennifer Gibson, owners of The Cooked Goose, that is a regular occurence.Being surrounded with original and diversified art, while enjoying a meal, is an experience not to be missed said Brown who has orchestrated the "Art on the Walls" series at the ever-popular "Goose" for the last ...

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What’s the Future of Art in the Metaverse? Two Leading Voices in the Emerging Crypto-Art Field Lay Out Their Visions

Whether you’ve just heard of the metaverse or you’ve already built an enviable NFT collection, the question of what the IRL art world’s role in the metaverse will look like in the years to come is on many art lovers’ minds. Though the wild world of NFTs can make it hard to know which direction to look, some significant players are already shaping that ...

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After Pak and Beeple, What’s Next for NFT Collectors? Art Made With a Paintbrush

Felix Xu started his NFT art collection by purchasing a Chromie Squiggle, generated by an algorithm. Today, Xu, a 29-year-old Chinese tech executive, has more than 3,000 blockchain-based collectibles. But there is a hole burning in his crypto wallet that he would like to fill with real paintings. His budget stretches toward $500,000 and he is already on the wait-list for in-demand artists who ...

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Art Hounds: Beauty from what’s broken

Andre Schü recommends checking out the work of a fellow Minneapolis glitch artist they find inspiring, John Bumstead of RDKLinc. Glitch art, Schü explains, “is using technological systems in ways that they weren't intended in order to demonstrate the expressive, creative agency of technology that we might otherwise overlook.”Bumstead repairs laptops for a living, and uses some of those broken pieces of tech for ...

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Happenings — what’s coming up in Northeast Ohio starting Dec. 31 – News-Herald

Here is a brief rundown of some coming entertainment options in Northeast Ohio. Make submissions for consideration via email to entertainment@morningjournal.com or entertainment@news-herald.com. You must include a phone number and/or web address for publication. Art Beck Center for the Arts: 17801 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, presents “Art Treasures 2021,” featuring the work of local artists, through Jan. 2. Call 216-521-2540, or visit beckcenter.org. Cleveland Museum ...

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‘Slip Zone’ at the DMA expands our view of what’s important in postwar abstract art

A refreshing and erudite exhibition that puts abstract art front and center is showing at the Dallas Museum of Art.“Slip Zone: A New Look at Postwar Abstraction in the Americas and East Asia” fills the barrel vault and four adjacent quadrant galleries with prime, sometimes excellent, examples of transnational avant-garde art.An ambitious project, this show examines how the style manifested not only within the ...

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Asia Rising: What’s Behind the Region’s Art-Market Ascendance—and What It Means for the Future

This article originally appeared in Artnet News’s fall 2021 Intelligence Report.    The art market has rebounded after the events of 2020 placed it—and everything else—in a temporary standstill. But not every region has recovered equally. And as we continue to adapt to life after the dawn of COVID-19, Asia has emerged as a powerful engine in the art market’s recovery. In collaboration with ...

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What’s Hunter Biden Really Selling? Hint: It Isn’t Art

July 18, 2021 10:08 am ET Your editorial “Hunter Biden’s Secret Art Sale” (July 10) shows remarkable restraint. First, for not using the term “grifter.” Second, for not stating the obvious: Art is not what’s really for sale. Joe Perry Millcreek, Utah The window of opportunity for Hunter Biden’s paintings to be seen as beautiful in the eyes of certain beholders may close around ...

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