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March Recap | Harvard Independent

Tuesday, March 2: The grand opening of LifeAlive x Down Under Yoga on Harvard Square! Come enjoy some non-intimidating “health food” and a yoga session if you’re up for it. Post here on a cool afternoon to enjoy the warm vibes and music. Staff favorites include the udon noodle soup, avocado toast, and the PB&J […]

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La Jolla Playhouse innovates theatrically with the musical “Bhangin’ It”

Most Americans may never have heard of bhangra, the energetic and expressive form of Indian folk dance and music. But the creators of a new bhangra-centric musical at La Jolla Playhouse hope that will change. Sam Willmott, the composer of “Bhangin’ It: A Bangin’ New Musical,” believes the show has the potential to transform the […]

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Opening of the Dominick Lombardi retrospective at the Dowd Gallery

03/04/2022 Cyborgs. Post apocalyptic tattoos. The street kids. During his 45 year career, D. Dominick Lombardivisual artist, writer and curator, was simply eclectic. A traveling solo exhibition of over 80 works of art by Lombardi – representing the essence of 20 distinct chapters in the artist’s impressive career – will be on view beginning Monday, […]

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The other fairs and events of Madrid Art Week

ARCOmadrid reopens its doors. And she doesn’t do it alone. The capital becomes the epicenter of art for a few days, with a catalog of satellite fairs and proposals throughout the city. These are the most significant events. The most important international contemporary art fair in Spain, ARCOmadrid, arrives, as every year, -with the permission […]

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3 shows to see in London this weekend.

London’s art scene is booming at the moment with great exhibitions at the Hayward Gallery and the Royal Academy, as well as numerous exhibitions from independent commercial galleries “underground”. The elite of collectors may be in Los Angeles now and soon in New York, but a new generation of art stars is emerging right here […]

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Robert Colescott’s work from the 1997 Venice Biennale pavilion will be sold – ARTnews.com

Painting by Robert Colescott from 1989 white boy will be auctioned this month. The painting will be offered at a contemporary art night sale at Bonhams headquarters in Los Angeles, where it is expected to fetch $800,000 to $1.2 million this Friday. The painting was one of 19 Colescott showed at the American Pavilion at […]

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Black, an exhibition featuring the work of 10 of today’s foremost contemporary black artists, February 16-20, 2022, in Los Angeles

The exhibition is curated by visual artist and founder of The KNOW Contemporary, Knowledge Bennett and author and art historian Charles Moore Artsy, the leading marketplace for buying and selling fine art and The KNOW Contemporary, is hosting a “Black” group exhibition curated by visual artist and founder of The KNOW Contemporary, Knowledge Bennett and […]

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A contemporary West Hollywood pop-up exhibition, Art & NFT: The Digital Roots

The digital roots Today, VerticalCrypto Art (VCA) and Rarible in partnership with Whitewall, announced ART & NFT: digital rootsa contemporary West Hollywood pop-up exhibit. ART & NFT: The Digital Roots is hosted by NeueHouse (West Hollywood) and will run Thursday (2/17) and Friday (2/18). The exhibition will feature an engaging discussion of digital artists synonymous […]

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Professor named president of national humanities organization

Timothy Murray, a professor of Comparative Literature and Literatures in English, has been elected Chairman of the Board of Humanities New York (HNY), a nonprofit humanities council founded in 1975 that supports and advocates for public humanities. throughout the state. Humanities New York is the only statewide partner and is supported by funding from the […]

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An exhibition exploring Figuration in Contemporary African Art opens the year for Strauss & Co

Figuration is a powerful conceptual thread connecting historical, traditional, modernist and contemporary art in Africa. Strauss & Co’s first offering of the year will be a prestigious non-sale exhibition, titled Giving direction: figuration, past and present. Presented at the historic Welgemeend Farm in Cape Town, the exhibition and its calendar of events will run from […]

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Parisian museums commemorate the work of Yves Saint Laurent

Nestled like Easter eggs in the most prestigious Parisian museums, a unique commemoration of designer Yves Saint Laurent cements his status among the greats of French cultural history. “I’m totally eclectic,” the designer once said, and the fact is proven by how easily his clothes fit into museums spanning vastly different eras and artistic styles. […]

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With local investment and rising auction prices, is the Democratic Republic of Congo poised to become Africa’s next artistic hub?

A man in a silver suit and a silver bucket as a helmet walks down a busy dirt street in a Kinshasa ghetto. It’s just an ordinary day in the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and the most populous city of 17 million people, and astronaut Kongo, with his suit covered […]

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Breaking news in black art: new academic nominations at Tufts, Temple and Rutgers, 20,000 black memorabilia auctioned, Ghana at the Venice Biennale, and more.

Latest News in Black Art features updates and developments in the world of art and related culture From left, Jova Lynne begins at Temple Contemporary at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture on January 31. | Photo by Clare Gotto; Margaret Vendryes officially joins Tufts University in June. | Photo courtesy of Margaret Vendryes […]

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Golden Books Exhibition Sparks Nostalgia and Appreciation | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED An illustration of “I Can Fly” published by Random House is shown. WILLIAMSPORT — An exhibition of America’s beloved little golden books opens Wednesday, Jan. 19, at the Penn College Gallery and offers viewers a range of discoveries from exploring old favorites and exploring old favourites. from appreciating their […]

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Kenny Schachter has a message for all NFT skeptics: Crypto Art just paid for my new apartment Dope

Moving on – it’s also time to focus on the positives, and there are almost too many to mention when it comes to working artists. Martin Lucas Ostachowski, an artist and Internet columnist compiled the definitive history of blockchain art (both before and after NFTs) points out that some artists are even using the medium […]

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Golden Books Exhibit at Penn College Sparks Nostalgia and Appreciation

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — An exhibit of America’s beloved little golden books opens Wednesday, Jan. 19 at the Penn College Gallery and offers viewers a range of discoveries from exploring old favorites and from appreciating their classic illustrations to learning about the fascinating history of the publishing business. “Golden Legacy: Original Art From 75 Years of […]

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Villa Gyllenberg reopens after renovation and extension

Villa Gylenberg will reopen to the public on February 2, 2022 following a renovation with a new exhibition: Spirit of the times. Ane Gyllenberg Collection. The exhibition explores how the zeitgeist influences the way we decorate and what kind of art we love. The museum underwent a major renovation in 2021, during which a new […]

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Valerie Mindlin on the Sixth Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art in the Urals

It is to the fateful power of art (or is it a question of conservation?) That the conceptual title of the sixth industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art in the Urals, “Penser les mains, se touch”, thus that its motto, “A time to kiss and refrain from kissing,” was originally formulated long before the global era […]

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LVMH Word Hennessy Louis Vuitton: December 23, 2021 Highlights of 2021

The initiatives of LVMH and its Maisons throughout the year bear witness to an unwavering commitment to people, the environment, the arts and culture. From the first LVMH Social and Environmental Responsibility Report and our LIFE 360 environmental roadmap, to the “WE for ME” Manifesto in support of our unique know-how, or to the Morozov […]

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Zanele Muholi: “You are not alone”

A person’s sexuality and gender are not superficial, says visual activist and photographer Zanele Muholi. “It’s not about the clothes we wear, the way you talk, the way you walk. The queer self is the heart of my world. Every human being is beautiful. It’s kindness and what comes from within that is beautiful. It […]

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Who’s Who: Haitham Ali Saleh Malaikah, financial advisor to the Jeddah Health Cluster

The first Diriyah Biennial in Saudi Arabia marks a new era for the Kingdom’s cultural scene On the evening of December 10, around 300 guests from Saudi Arabia and abroad gathered just outside the Diriyah Biennale Foundation in JAX, a new creative district in an industrial area of ​​the historic district of Diriyah in Riyadh, […]

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The first Diriyah Biennial in Saudi Arabia marks a new era for the Kingdom’s cultural scene

On the evening of December 10, around 300 guests from Saudi Arabia and abroad gathered just outside the Diriyah Biennale Foundation in JAX, a new creative district in an industrial area of ​​the historic district of Diriyah in Riyadh, for the opening of the Diriyah Contemporary Art Biennale. – a historic moment for Saudi Arabia, […]

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Phillips advertises Cooler by the Lake: Chicago Art 1965-1985, curated by Karen Lennox

Pauline Simon | The Egyptians, 1970Courtesy of: Phillips Jim Nutt | a trowel, 1988Courtesy of: Phillips The exhibit will be hosted in the Phillips’ New York Galleries at 432 Park Avenue Phillips is pleased to announce its first private sale exhibition dedicated to the artists who have come to define the Chicago art scene. Organized […]

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Christie’s opens seasonal gallery on Worth Avenue

After testing the waters last season with a pop-up gallery at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Christie’s has opened a seasonal gallery on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach. The gallery, which opened on Tuesday, presents a collection of works by Fernando Botero. The “Joy of Life” exhibition traces the journey of […]

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The tenth edition of the Asia-Pacific Contemporary Art Triennial opens at QAGOMA

Internationally Renowned Art Exhibition – Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art – Opened at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) and celebrates its historic tenth edition (APT10). APT10 showcases 69 works of art by emerging and established artists and collectives, comprising over 150 people, including Cairns Torres Strait Islander artist Grace Lilian […]

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Oman’s National Pavilion to debut at Venice Biennale

Oman will present its first-ever national pavilion at the Venice Biennale this spring at the 59th edition of the event, which runs from April 23 to November 27, 2022. Hosted by art historian Aisha Stoby, whose the area of ​​expertise is modern art from Oman and the Middle East, the multimedia exhibition will feature the […]

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Our selection of exhibitions to see during Art Basel in Miami Beach

My name is maryanUntil March 20, 2022 at the Museum of Contemporary Art North MiamiPolish-born Jewish artist Maryan was a child when he arrived at the Auschwitz concentration camp and left Auschwitz in 1945 as the only survivor of his lineage. His life from there was a highly prolific and progressive artist’s life, encompassing the […]

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where the natural and digital worlds collide

In this exhibition, his most ambitious works can only be tasted in one place. Station to Station (2013), was a 4,000 mile train journey across the United States, during which a changing cast of artists, musicians, and other performers traveled in 12 cars that were also creative studios. When the train stopped, a multimedia “event” […]

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Artistic Dialogue at the ICD Golden Jubilee Exhibition Brookfield Place

Installation at ICD Brookfield Place. Muhammad Yusuf, Feature Writer ICD Brookfield Place unveiled Hair Mapping Body, Body Mapping Land, an exhibition curated by Munira Al Sayegh and programmed by Alserkal Advisory. This is the first exhibition organized by Al Sayegh on the platform she recently founded, Dirwaza Curatorial Lab, as a creative incubator and project […]

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How African cultural institutions are paving the way for audience development

Over the past decade, a new wave of entrepreneurs has reinvigorated Africa’s cultural landscape. These visionary entrepreneurs, who represent some of the continent’s best talent in professions ranging from architecture to finance, are creating new models for preserving and showcasing art, history and culture. From Lagos to Luanda, they are building local museums, archives, libraries, […]

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Yoshitomo Nara: Pinacoteca, a historic solo exhibition for London.

Yoshitomo Nara, STOP THE BOMBS, 2019 acrylic on wood, 58-7 / 8 ″ × 46-1 / 4 ″ × 3-1 / 16 ″ (149.5 cm × 117.5 cm × 7.8 cm) © Yoshitomo Nara Pace Gallery is delighted to announce Yoshitomo Nara: Pinacoteca, a historic solo exhibition, premiering on November 26, 2021. Marking the first […]

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Five young Londoners are chosen to commission new public art as part of a groundbreaking initiative for Thamesmead

Following a broad call for applications for “clear communicators passionate about creativity, art and their local community,” five people aged 18 to 29 were selected to co-found a new creative studio for Thamesmead. Photo: arcs.co The successful candidates, all from Thamesmead, are Shalini Panchal, Comfort Adeneye, Gonzalo Fuentes, Qozeem Lawal, Shalini Panchal and Whitney Manassian […]

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Art and Engagement in Early Postwar Japan is a timely, informative, and humbling read for the present

In the introduction of Art and engagement in early postwar Japan (2018), author Justin Jesty describes this book as “a cultural history of the relationship between art and politics in Japan at a particular time and place: Japan from 1945 to 1960”. It is that and much more. In Art and engagement in early post-war […]

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“Deck The Walls” Holiday Art Exhibition

logo San Diego-based Ashton Gallery Hosts Inaugural Art Exhibition for Supervised Students The Deck The Walls show provides an intimate opportunity to meet local artists, enjoy some holiday cheer, and purchase some truly original gifts. It’s a great alternative to big holiday events. – Kate Ashton SAN DIEGO, CA, UNITED STATES, November 3, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ […]

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Buckminster Fuller, twice kicked out of Harvard, returns as poet and ‘technology personified’

R. Buckminster Fuller, addressing friends and colleagues at San Jose State University on January 11, 1972. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) Richard Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983) was an American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, inventor and futurist. If you’ve read anything about him, you probably know Fuller was kicked out of Harvard College. And not just once, but […]

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New art curator joins Bruce Museum in Greenwich as expansion project progresses

The Bruce Museum, a museum in Greenwich that promotes understanding and appreciation of the arts and sciences, has appointed a new art curator. Margarita Karasoulas will take up her new role on November 29. She is from the Brooklyn Museum, where she has been Assistant Curator of American Art since 2017. “I have long been […]