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The And/or Book Awards are inviting students currently enrolled at a college or university to enter a competition to animate their new logo, originally hand drawn by David Hockney. The winning animator will be invited to spend a day with Hockney at his studio in Bridlington.
In the days leading up to Friday night's opening, Boston Detective Bill Kelley said, he was getting more and more complaints from residents of the Back Bay, the North End, and Mission Hill, furious that a man who admitted to spreading graffiti - even bragged about it - was being treated like a celebrity instead of a criminal.
The museum’s publicity campaign, one of the most ambitious it has ever undertaken in the city, will cover every ad space in the two connected stations, spaces normally given over to plugs for movies, beer and podiatry treatments. In their place will be reproductions of works drawn from all parts of the museum, both well-known and more contemporary, by artists like Matisse, Hopper, O’Keeffe, Marlen
Sotheby’s credit rating may be cut to junk as the 265-year-old auction house’s revenue falls and its leverage increases amid what it calls “significant” losses from guarantees.
The exhibition will have 9 artists, Daisy Zoll, Juanita Kerman, Patrick Hughes, Ben Nicholson, Peter Rodrigues, Cecil Touchon, Jennifer Evans, Jo Niemeyer and Bridget Riley. The underlying theme is ‘Black and White’, but there will be a strong focus on Modern British and Contemporary art.
East London Housing Association Poplar HARCA has developed a unique partnership with Bow Arts Trust to utilise empty short-life properties by offering them to local artists to develop affordable live work units.
Fairey was arrested Friday night in Boston on his way to his first solo exhibition. Two arrest warrants had been issued Jan. 24 after police determined that he had tagged property in two locations with his street art campaign featuring Andre the Giant and the word "obey," said Boston police officer James Kenneally.
Fairey's Obama poster strikes me as sufficiently different from the photo. There is certainly a resemblance, but they are far from identical. The AP says it owns the copyright, and wants credit and compensation. Fairey disagrees.
A stunning Monet oil painting of his wife Camille reading in a rich meadow sold for well below its estimate last night, providing a critical clue to the state of the art market in the recession.
The blatant and unashamed depiction of primal energy and sexuality attracted much press coverage, shock and outrage when the work was first exhibited in the late 1930s. It continues to divide opinion amongst Harewood’s visitors today.
In 1956, Lew Allen found himself to be the only cameraman covering Elvis Presley's Nov. 23 concert at the Cleveland Arena. Over fifty years later, he tells Arts Hub about the day-to-day life of a working photographer.
Peter will be working with Floren throughout 2009 as one of 12 selected artists who will be exhibiting with us throughout the year.
The next BAR exhibition at the Gallery at Willesden Green will concentrate on prints: monoprints, etchings, screenprints, lithographs, lino and woodcuts.
The Witkacy 2009 festival, and the events leading up to it, will be a commemoration and celebration of the wonder of the life and work of one of the most colorful figures to emerge from 20th century Poland.
While most other street or graffiti artists concentrate on adding their own imagery, illegally, to parts of the subway system, Poster Boy, a kind of anti-consumerist Zorro with a razor blade, a sense of humor and a talent for collage, has made his outlaw presence known all over the city by cutting and pasting the images that are already there in the form of ads.
A Degas sculpture last night fetched a record 13.3 million pounds ($19.2 million), while other high- value works were rejected.
L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art, which last week eliminated 20% of its paid staff to cut costs, is now faced with finding replacements for some of its highest-profile board members.
A world traveler with ambitious plans, eclectic taste.
Hopkins Hall will be showing her latest body of work in continuation with her formal investigation into the angst and confusion of existing in a society tied into the complexities of individual psychologies.
For her new exhibition, her eighth with Francis Kyle Gallery, the French painter Genevieve Dael has chosen to focus exclusively on the paintings of interiors for which she has become so well know internationally.
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