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A happy boy with paint all over his hands.

Is it Art or Play? Museum-Goers Decide At These Exhibitions

What does play have to do with creating some serious art? Well, a whole lot, according to The Art Newspaper’s article, “Playtime: How Artists Have Been Unleashing Their Inner Child This Summer.” Multiple exhibitions are now exploring the link between recreational fun and creativity. One such exhibition, titled, “Serious Play: Design in Mid-century America,” will […]

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A photo of an artist painting.

The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition

The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition, sponsored by Agora Gallery, is one of the most prestigious art contests in the world. It is open to visual artists in every field, including drawing, mixed media, and photography. Participants will have their work reviewed by a panel of world-renowned art critics. Selected winners will be offered a wide […]

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A photo of the cast from Bob's Burgers.

A Bob’s Burgers Inspired Art Exhibition

Bob’s Burgers is an adult animated TV show that is broadcasted on Fox. It has been wildly popular in the last few years. The show is centered on the Belchers: a family full of quirky personalities. Although the show is mostly centered on humor, at times the storyline is uplifting as viewers watch the family […]

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An image of a flock of birds in flight.

Hauser and Wirth Gallery’s New “Fly Away” Exhibition

Rashid Johnson’s new exhibition, Fly Away, is well suited for its spacious home in New York’s Hauser and Wirth Gallery. The centerpiece installation, Within Our Gates, is a towering collection of black cube shelves filled with a profusion of plants, books, sculptures, and Shea butter. In the high, airy space of the gallery, it looks […]

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An art exhibit at SUPERMARKET.

Stockholm’s Supermarket Art Fair: Celebrating 10 Years!

It’s been a little while since we wrote about Stockholm’s SUPERMARKET Art Fair, an independent art exhibition held and attended by artists, but the fair is still going strong. Since 2007, SUPERMARKET has been a resource for art lovers and art creators alike. From small beginnings as a “Minimarket” in 2006, the event has become […]

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United Enemies by Thomas Schütte is on display in Central Park

Thomas Schütte “United Enemies” At Central Park

Bronze monuments are one of the oldest and most traditional forms of public art. It is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures because it expands just before it sets, filling in every detail of molds. Then, when it cools, it shrinks slightly—which allows it to more easily be separated from the mold. It […]

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After Effects features more than 20 artists devastated by Sandy

NYC Artists Find Inspiration in Sandy

It’s been months since Superstorm Sandy swept across the east coast, a swirling mess of destruction. Sandy took out homes and cities, took lives and spirits. Particularly hard hit were the artists of Chelsea and Rockaway. Many had their life’s work washed away, some even losing their homes or studios as well. Beat down and […]

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Punk: Chaos to Couture Press Preview by Lauren Santo Domingo

Metropolitan Museum Goes Punk

Last year’s fashion week exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations, did not fund the success the museum had hoped for. That, combined with the general feel that NYC’s fashion scene has become far too polite and reformed, is what makes the Met’s exhibition this year so surprising and exciting. It’s called […]

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