Tag: World

Exhibition eyes post-pandemic world of art and research

7 Photos  |  View Slide Show › A visitor watches the exhibition titled Understanding-Art & Research at the BAC Art Center. Ti Gong A visitor watches the exhibition titled Understanding-Art & Research at the BAC Art Center. Ti Gong A visitor watches the exhibition titled Understanding-Art & Research at the BAC Art Center. Ti Gong A visitor watches the ...

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Cleveland artist Michelangelo Lovelace savored big-time art world success briefly before his death in April

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Big-time art world success came late for Cleveland painter Michelangelo Lovelace, and it was very sweet when it did. But he scarcely had time to savor it before his life was cut short last month by an illness.One of the city’s most important artists of the past 35 years, and one of its leading African-American artists, Lovelace died April 26 at ...

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Fab 5 Freddy and Lee Quiñones on Curating the MTA for World Domination – ARTnews.com

The following is the second part in a series of interviews with key figures in Jean-Michel Basquiat’s downtown New York circle in the 1980s. (Click here for Part One of this interview.) The interviews were conducted in February by Museum of Fine Arts Boston curator Liz Munsell and writer and musician Greg Tate, who together curated the exhibition “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the ...

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Art world: pay attention to anti-Asian abuse, activists urge

Demonstrators take part in a rally to raise awareness of anti-Asian violence at the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo in Los Angeles, California, on 13 March Photo: Ringo Chiu/AFP via Getty Images A global movement against the radical rise in hate crimes against Asian people is now gathering momentum in the art world. Since the 18 March killing of eight people—including six ...

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Nate Beeks — World history, art and personal growth

Below is a Teen Talk interview with Nate Beeks of Bluffton High School.  What grade are you in? 12th What is the funniest thing that has happened to you lately? Nothing really funny has happened to me this year. If you could travel anywhere, where would it be and why? I would either travel to Egypt or Scandinavian countries, because I’m really interested in ...

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NFTs Are Shaking Up the Art World. Are They Also Fueling Climate Change?

Saying, “Don’t worry! We’ll pay for carbon offsets” is the equivalent of setting a house on fire then placing a single potted plant on the burned property as “compensation,” the freelance illustrator Bleached Rainbows said on Twitter.Ethereum has said it is reducing its footprint by moving toward a different model called “proof of stake,” which doesn’t require miners to compete to add assets to ...

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