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    2009 in Review: Architecture

    2009 in Review: Architecture
    New York, NY - From the best of times to the worst of times: The end of the decade was an end of an era for architecture, and the beginning of something else. After the late-aughts hoopla of the Beijing Olympics, years of cancerous museum expansion, and a few too many glitzy condos, everything came crashing down in 2009, a year ...
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    ArtBistro December Design Gallery Winners

    ArtBistro is proud to announce the December Design Gallery Winners! This album represents excellent level of professionalism that ArtBistro members exhibit in their design work. Congratulations to all the winners! To leave comments on the work, click on the artist's name and browse their portfolio. *John Boyce, Graphic Designer* [page] *Timothy Hogan, Photographer* [page] *Michal Shalev, Graphic Designer* [page] *Janice Ducate, ...
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    A Moth in the Met

    A Moth in the Met
    New York, NY—Just days after the passing of former director Met director Thomas Hoving, who used to joke that he had made the museum’s “mummies dance,” the museum welcomed a cast of storytellers into its once staid halls to regale a crowd with first-person narratives inspired by two current exhibitions, “American Stories: Paintings of Everyday Life, 1765-1915” and “Looking In: Robert ...
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    Dance With White Cube

    Dance With White Cube
    New York, NY—Daniel Arsham, a young Miami-based artist, has been awfully busy lately. He’s getting ready for his first solo show with Galerie Emanuel Perrotin in Paris, in March; he’s just been commissioned to make two projects, along with his architecture firm, Snarkitecture, for the new Florida Marlins Stadium; and he and Snarkitecture are also designing a high-concept artist’s studio in ...
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    When Time Is Money

    When Time Is Money
    Beijing, China—Last April, Hong Kong’s Para/Site art space — a pioneering nonprofit gallery that has long been a center of gravity in the Hong Kong art scene — held its annual fundraising auction. Among those artworks donated for the sale was Pak Sheung Chuen’s One Day of the Artist’s Life. The winning bidder would spend 24 hours with the artist; according ...
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    ArtBistro Portfolio Tour

    ArtBistro Portfolio Tour
    ArtBistro has thousands of talented artists and designers as members. Scroll through our selections of the best art and design on ArtBistro or browse through featured portfolios below. You can even leave your feedback for the artist to read.
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    ArtBistro December Art Gallery Winners

    ArtBistro is proud to announce the December Art Gallery Winners! This album represents excellent level of professionalism that ArtBistro members exhibit in their art work. Congratulations to all the winners! To submit your work for next month's "Art Gallery show click here.":http://artbistro.monster.com/topics/12607-submit-your-work-for-the-august-art-show/posts To leave comments on the work, click on the artist's name and browse their portfolio. *Karin Waskiewicz, Fine Artist, ...
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    Chinese Exhibition Examines Dark Side of Development

    Chinese Exhibition Examines Dark Side of Development
    Beijing, China—With the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen about to reach its make-or-break finale, now is an ideal time to visit Three Shadows Contemporary Photography Art Centre’s current exhibition, "We Are the World (WATW): Photography from China and the Netherlands," on view through Jan. 28. Co-organized by Three Shadows and Paradox, an art space in Edam, Holland, WATW brings ...
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    Painting Ain’t Dead

    Painting Ain’t Dead
    New York, NY—Those of you who are friends with Jerry Saltz on the social networking site Facebook know that of late he has reopened the old “is painting dead” chestnut, and has even promised – surely in jest – to pay $10,000 to anyone who can prove to him that it is. We have good news for Saltz, and bad news ...
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    A Tale of Two Biennales

    A Tale of Two Biennales
    SHENZHEN/HONG KONG—The story of China’s rapid urbanization has long held the public’s imagination in its grip, and rightfully so: With so much history to preserve or demolish, a booming economy, and a top-down approach to city planning that has encouraged architects from around the world to realize some of their most outlandish and outstanding designs there, the rebuilding of China’s cities ...
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    2009 in Pictures

    2009 in Pictures
    2010 is here to stay and many of us have high hopes that it will bring positive change. But before we jump too far ahead, it is time to look back on 2009. ArtBistro collected some of the best photography of each of the year's biggest stories. Come with us on a stroll down memory lane. View 2009 in Pictures. ...
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    2009 in Pictures

    January Airplane Lands in Hudson A US Airways pilot ditched his disabled jetliner into the frigid Hudson River after a collision with a flock of birds apparently knocked out both engines. Rescuers pulled all 155 people on board into boats as the plane sank. (AP Photo) Next Photo [page] Barack Obama Inaugurated President of the United States History is made as ...
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    Design Miami: Small Is Good

    Design Miami: Small Is Good
    Miami, FL—Even the constant background noise of jets flying over the Design District didn’t spoil the buoyant atmosphere in Design Miami's sleek temporary tent structure last week. This petite venue, housing just 14 international design galleries in its fifth year (down from 23 last year), was tiny compared to the newly expanded, behemoth Art Basel Miami Beach fair, but it packs ...
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    Art Economy Roars Back to Life at Miami Basel

    Miami, FL --By all accounts the Miami Basel art and design fairs were a huge success over the 2008 fairs. Is this the sign that the recession is over in the art world? ArtBistro has put together exclusive articles and other headlines to give you the whole scoop of what went on in Miami this weekend. If you couldn't get there ...
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    A Simple Golden Lettering Effect with Photoshop Layer Styles

    A Simple Golden Lettering Effect with Photoshop Layer Styles
    Want to touch up a little on your Photoshop skills? Here Lauren Krause from Creative Curio shows us some simple yet effective methods for creating and altering text in photoshop- with results that are powerful and good to know if you are a designer. Make sure to check out the article, to see this step-by-step photoshop tutorial. h2. Read the article ...
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    A Simple Golden Lettering Effect with Photoshop Layer Styles

    A reader requested a tutorial on how to make the gold effect I’ve used on the Creative Curio and Extras titles. It’s a pretty simple technique, but like most things, it takes time and experimenting with different filters, layer styles, layer modes, etc. to get the right look. [widget:9_steps_guide_art] The gold lettering that I’ve created actually only uses layer styles. ...
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    Tim Burton's Monsters Take the MoMA

    Tim Burton's Monsters Take the MoMA
    Tim Burton, the creator of "The Nightmare Before Christmas", "Corpse Bride", and other films, is having a retrospective of his work mounted at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Burton is widely celebrated as one of the best creative filmmakers of all time. Burton's exhibit will be the largest and most comprehensive show MoMA has ever mounted of a ...
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    Tim Burton's Monsters Take the MoMA

    Tim Burton at MoMA Entrance to MoMA's Special Exhibitions Gallery Entrance designed by TwoSeven Inc. Photo credit: Michael Locasiano TIM BURTON AT MOMA New York, NY - November 17, 2009—The Museum of Modern Art presents Tim Burton, a major retrospective exploring the full scale of Tim Burton’s career, both as a director and concept artist for live-action and animated films, ...
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    Hirst Paintings Earning Millions Despite Critics’ Thrashing

    Hirst Paintings Earning Millions Despite Critics’ Thrashing
    London, UK—Damien Hirst's new oil paintings may have been critically panned at the Wallace Collection earlier this fall, but if a new exhibition opening today at White Cube is any indication, the bad press hasn't hurt him at all. According to Tim Marlow, exhibitions director at White Cube, five of the seven largest works in "Nothing Matters" sold even before the ...
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    The Enduring Appeal of Jane Austen

    The Enduring Appeal of Jane Austen
    The characters in Jane Austen’s brilliant novels inhabit your imagination indefinitely once you have had the pleasure of reading about their hopes and desires. Who hasn’t encountered an overly passionate Marianne Dashwood or dashing but unreliable John Willoughby? Austen’s genius talent for social satire, despite being firmly planted in the world of 19th century England, is what still draws readers and ...
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