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    Nicholas Piliero

    Nicholas Piliero
    Nicholas Piliero is a career artist concentrating on painting and 2D work. He currently lives in Vermont. !http://artbistro.monster.com/nfs/artbistro/photos/0182/1192/FullPortfoliobutton.png!:http://artbistro.monster.com/member/piliero/albums See All the Gallery Winners
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    Amin Ullah

    Amin Ullah
    Amin Ullah is a photographer living and working in Arkansas. "Since joining ArtBistro, I have had the opportunity to view and learn from the caliber and experience of the members by their interaction. I have been exploring the possibilities of marketing my work." !http://artbistro.monster.com/nfs/artbistro/photos/0182/1192/FullPortfoliobutton.png!:http://artbistro.monster.com/member/firni301/albums See All the Gallery Winners
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    Stefani Furness

    Stefani Furness
    Stef Furness paints passions. Primarily an oil portrait painter, she paints to promote the most positive potential outcome in every situation. Through photography, her first fine art exposure, Stef found herself personally drawn to the candid portrait, yet knew early that they didn't quite capture enough. Her discovery of oil painting five years later, however, has led her down a path ...
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    Anowar Hossain

    Anowar Hossain
    Anowar Hossain comes from a family of artists, scholars and supporters of the arts and other cultural events. As a young man Anowar participated in art shows and competitions; he won many prizes and awards for his work. Anowar was strongly influenced by the creative community of his home in Bangladesh. He came to the U.S. in the 1980's and became ...
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    Records Abound at NYC Polaroid Photo Auction

    Records Abound at NYC Polaroid Photo Auction
    NEW YORK — A historic sale of works by some of the biggest names in 20th-century photography set records during a two-day auction of iconic images from the Polaroid corporate collection that concluded Tuesday. The auction of more than 1,000 photographs brought in $12.4 million, exceeding its pre-sale estimate of up to $10.7 million, Sotheby's auction house said. Fourteen new artist ...
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    New Museum Now Features Police Sketch Artist

    New Museum Now Features Police Sketch Artist
    Wanted: Lost love. The Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander has installed a police sketch artist on the New Museum's third floor to sit with visitors and draw the face of their first true love. The piece is called "First Love," and I was part of it Tuesday, trying to describe the face of my high school boyfriend, Joey, who I haven't seen ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Manet Self-Portrait Sold for Record $33M in London

    Manet Self-Portrait Sold for Record $33M in London
    LONDON — A self-portrait by French painter Edouard Manet has sold for a record price of more than 22 million pounds ($33 million) at a London auction. Sotheby's says the portrait, painted between 1878 and 1879, was bought for 22.4 million pounds ($33.4 million) by an anonymous bidder. It was the highest price paid for a picture by Manet. The previous ...
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    July 2010 ArtBistro Gallery

    Jared Gillett, The Red Iguana Next Winner [page] Kale V, Donuts Next Winner [page] Lane Bennion, Turn of the Century Next Winner [page] Vic Moss, Route 66 AZ Next Winner [page] Nate Cote, Young Cowboy Next Winner [page] Mark Andrew Allen, El. Segu Next Winner [page] Anowar Hossain, U.S. Camouflage Next Winner [page] Stefani Furness, Antiques Next Winner [page] Amin Ullah, ...
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    World Cup Fans, a Photographic Project

    World Cup Fans, a Photographic Project
    The photographers Liz and Max Hamilton dropped by our Community Board to mention a new project. Max is taking portraits of soccer fans from each of the 32 countries in the World Cup and publishing a new one each day. You can see them all at A Nation a Day. Looks like this Greek gentleman could use a refill. div.custom_widget {border:0px;} ...
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    NYC Sued Over Proposed Cap on Art Vendors in Parks

    NEW YORK — Two artists have filed a free-speech lawsuit against New York City in response to new regulations capping the number of art vendors allowed in Manhattan's busiest parks. Robert Lederman and Jack Nesbitt say that allowing only about 120 vendors in Union Square, Battery Park, the High Line Park and parts of Central Park is unconstitutional. In the lawsuit ...
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    Prada Seeks 'Simplicity Regained' in Menswear

    Prada Seeks 'Simplicity Regained' in Menswear
    MILAN — Two of the Milan fashion world's designing women — Miuccia Prada and Gucci's Frida Giannini — like their men to be, well, masculine — but approached the job for next spring and summer very differently. Gucci, which showed Monday on the third day of men's Fashion Week, in Milan, was about fine detailing and craftmanship. Prada was nothing if ...
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    Top 5 Summer Shows in L.A.

    Top 5 Summer Shows in L.A.
    Museum of Contemporary Art Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective The Museum of Contemporary Art has just opened a new show featuring the work of Arshile Gorky. This is a major retrospective of the man described by the LA Times as an “essential pivot in Modern abstract art.” The exhibition, the first to display his work in such depth since 1981, celebrates Gorky ...
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    Mark Twain Tribute Fetches $242,000 at NYC Auction

    Mark Twain Tribute Fetches $242,000 at NYC Auction
    NEW YORK - Mark Twain's never published "A Family Sketch" - a tribute to his daughter who died at 24 after contracting spinal meningitis - sold at auction Thursday for $242,500, far outpacing pre-sale estimates. The document was a tribute to Olivia "Susy" Clemens, who inspired two of his stories. The sale price surpassed the original estimate of $120,000 to $180,000. ...
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    Smithsonian Leads Recovery of Haiti's Art & Culture

    Smithsonian Leads Recovery of Haiti's Art & Culture
    WASHINGTON - Haiti's recovery from the devastating earthquake in January requires more than rebuilding structures, but also repairing tattered paintings and cultural objects still buried in the rubble, the Caribbean nation's first lady Elisabeth Preval said Thursday. She visited the Smithsonian Institution to open an exhibit of children's artwork created after the earthquake, calling it a reminder that Haiti still needs ...
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    Warhol’s Work Still Relevant

    Warhol’s Work Still Relevant
    Prism LA is currently featuring an impressive suite of Andy Warhol’s black and white paintings, highlighting his timeless critique of consumerism, politics, and religion. Approximately 35 black and white paintings by Warholfrom the late 1980′s are on display. All works are done in Warhol’s signature high contrast style, but some contain text, some contain imagery, and some both. The focus turns ...
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    Modigliani Sculpture Sets Records in Paris

    Modigliani Sculpture Sets Records in Paris
    PARIS — A sculpted stone head by artist Amedeo Modigliani sold at Christie's in Paris on Monday for euro43.18 million ($52.8 million), breaking the record for a work by the Italian artist, the auction house said. It was also the highest-priced work sold at an auction in France, Christie's said. An anonymous buyer bid for the piece by telephone. The piece, ...
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    'Red,' a Play About Art, is Big Winner at Tonys

    'Red,' a Play About Art, is Big Winner at Tonys
    NEW YORK — The tense drama "Red" delivered one of its half-dozen Tony Awards to Eddie Redmayne for his performance as the young, increasingly defiant assistant to artist Mark Rothko. But Redmayne, honored Sunday at the 2010 Tony Awards as best featured actor in a play, says the role isn't as demanding as it might seem to the audience. "I studied ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Student Academy Award Winners Experience Hollywood

    Student Academy Award Winners Experience Hollywood
    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Isaiah Powers, Jeremy Casper and Stuart Bury were just excited their Kansas City college offered an animation program. They never really expected they'd come to Hollywood to meet with their filmmaking idols, much less to do it as Student Academy Award winners. But that's what happened to the Kansas City Art Institute graduates, who won a silver ...
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    Digital Graffiti Takes Over White Walls

    Digital Graffiti Takes Over White Walls
    Artists, filmmakers, architects and photographers create beauty in a town covered with white walls. On June 12, the world's first projection art festival will celebrate its third year. Based out of Alys Beach, Fla., artists will use a variety of technologies to project more than 30 original pieces of art against white buildings, posing as their canvases. Last year, 1,600 people ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Dennis Hopper: Via the Eyes of an Easy Rider

    Dennis Hopper: Via the Eyes of an Easy Rider
    Ever wonder what it would be like to see the '60s through a celebrity's eyes? Dennis Hopper is finally giving you the chance. The popular actor was inseparable from his camera during the '60s, photographing everything from film sets and celebrity parties to political events and everyday people. Hopper clearly had the eye and the access to capture some timeless images, ...
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