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    Landscapes from Virtual Worlds

    Landscapes from Virtual Worlds
    “I don't paint things. I only paint the difference between things.” –Henri Matisse In 1905, a group of young painters brought an unexpected display to the third Salon d’Automne in Paris, which was becoming a premier venue for new developments in 20th century painting and sculpture. Led by the 35-year-old Henri Matisse (one of the Salon’s founders), the collection of canvases ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    6 Hilarious Zingers from the Balloon-Dog Suit Filed Against Jeff Koons

    6 Hilarious Zingers from the Balloon-Dog Suit Filed Against Jeff Koons
    SAN FRANCISCO— Today, blue-chip artist Jeff Koons turns 56, which has got to be tough for someone whose work is so obsessed with youth and youthful beauty. Compounding any distress the artist might feel at being a mid-quinquagenarian, yesterday, the San Francisco bookstore and art gallery Park Life tried to head off a lawsuit from Koons by filing a federal complaint ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Virtual Identities, Real Space: Opening Success

    Virtual Identities, Real Space: Opening Success
    ArtBistro and the Sego Art Center joined together to make a gallery show for ArtBistro users a reality. The opening last night and was a major success. In short, the work selected for this international juried show was meaningful, probing and professional. Over 600 visitors flocked to the gallery throughout the night. It was the the place to be and many ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +6
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    Mixed Media Solo Show

    "Ren" See More→ [page] "Spring Song" See More→ [page] "Nest" See More→ [page] "Zebra" See More→ [page] "Caribou" See More→ [page] "Elk" See More→ [page] "Little Bear" Congratulations to Michelle! As for the rest of you, keep posting your new work because we have our eyes on you! View More Mixed Media Work By Michelle and If you liked this ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +8
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    Story of an Artist: An Interview with Linda Byrne

    "Black and Yellow Net" On ArtBistro: Linda Byrne (friend me!) Website: http://www.lindabyrne.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lindabyrne Location: Lower East Side, New York, NY What kind of an artist do you describe yourself as? I’m a visual artist working in painting, drawing, sculpture, and installation. What has been your career path as an artist and how did you come to be a self-supported ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Tequila Gives Art a Shot

    Tequila Gives Art a Shot
    A slug of tequila has always offered a certain measure of support to artists toiling in obscurity. However, that point has rarely been made as literally as by Proximo Spirits, which has been giving emerging artists a platform through the Essential Artists editions series for its best-selling 1800 Tequila. The 1800 bottle’s design has always been functional — the stopper doubles ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Obsessive-Compulsive Design Disorder

    Obsessive-Compulsive Design Disorder
    Austin, TX - For two days in February my time was filled with inspiring talks about design, technology, and so-named “cool shit” at the FITC conference in Amsterdam. Since I returned to Austin, however, I have been looking to find a common thread that tied the talks together into some sort of larger idea. After thinking through a number of possibilities ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Truckload of $6.5 Million of Art By Picasso and Others Stolen

    Truckload of $6.5 Million of Art By Picasso and Others Stolen
    MADRID— A truck ferrying 28 artworks worth $6.5 million that included pieces by Picasso, Fernando Botero, and Spanish sculptor Eduardo Chillada was stolen over the weekend from a warehouse in the Spanish town of Getafe, just south of Madrid. Footage from security cameras shows three hooded men making off with the vehicle, the keys to which had been left inside the ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Amazing Yarn Bombs

    There's a crochet mafia taking to the streets to keep cities across the U.S. warm this winter. From parking meters to garbage cans, urban spaces are looking a lot more colorful this season. Check out the newest form of insulation and don't get any ideas (but if you do, send us pictures). I want more Yarn Bombs→ [page] I want ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +7
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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 ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    January 2011 ArtBistro Gallery

    Happy New Year ArtBistro Members! We're inspired by the fresh start a new year brings and have compiled works that show not only this sentiment, but that also leave us with a sense of wintery quiet. Grab a cup of hot coccoa, sit by the fire and enjoy the selections! "Orbit" by dbmilgate "Curved Books" by dbmilgate Next Picks → ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +8
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    Interview with Ruby Osorio

    Interview with Ruby Osorio
    Emily Waldorf interviews Los Angeles based artist Ruby Osorio, whose ethereal drawings and works on paper were just featured in the exhibition, "20 Years Ago Today", at the Japanese American National Museum. Ruby is represented by Cherry and Martin. EW: Please tell us about your beautiful works on paper. What types of materials do you use? RO: The materials that I ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +3
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    The Market Confirms: Batman Beats Superman

    The Market Confirms: Batman Beats Superman
    Dallas, TX — A rare surviving copy of Detective Comics #27, which in May, 1939, featured the first appearance of Batman, sold for a comic-book record $1,075,500 at Heritage Auctions in Dallas yesterday. Drawn by the legendary Bob Kane, the comic had been expected to do well, perhaps fetching in excess of $300,000. But the $1 million sum crushed the previous ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Solo Show: Cathy Nichols

    We've heard of waxing poetry but this New York artist is making poetry out of wax. Cathy weaves together melted wax, cut paper, oil paint and gold leaf into visual stories of love, longing and transcendence. Enjoy the stories and don't forget to stop and look at the stars along the way. "Till the Stars Fall Down" See More→ Tweet ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +10
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    271 Never-Before-Seen Picasso Works Unearthed

    271 Never-Before-Seen Picasso Works Unearthed
    PARIS – Pablo Picasso almost never stopped creating, leaving thousands of drawings, paintings and sculptures that lure crowds to museums and mansions worldwide. Now, a retired electrician says that 271 of the master's creations have been sitting for decades in his garage. Picasso's heirs are claiming theft, the art world is savoring what appears to be an authentic find, and the ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Scope Comes on Strong

    Scope Comes on Strong
    New York, NY— On the approach to the Scope Art Fair’s tent at Lincoln Center on Sunday afternoon, one of the first works that hove into view was Appetite for Destruction, Whitney Biennial artist Robert Williams’s surrealistically sci-fi 1978 cover art for the Guns & Roses album, on display at the booth of San Diego’s Symbolic Collection. “We put it there ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Color Field Artist, Kenneth Noland

    Color Field Artist, Kenneth Noland
    The great Color Field (and in my opinion, one of the most underrated colorists of the 20th century) artist Kenneth Noland died a few weeks ago. I was always a fan of his work as well as the other seminal Color Field painters like Jules Olitsky, Helen Frankenthaler, Barnett Newman and Morris Louis. I always liked the sort of “impersonalness” of ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    ICP Triennial Tips the Scales

     ICP Triennial Tips the Scales
    NEW YORK—The International Center of Photography, which yesterday announced the artists to be included in its upcoming third ICP Triennial of Photography and Video, has achieved something ARTINFO can't remember seeing, well, ever: a roster of participants that includes more women than men. Of the 34 artists from 11 countries to be included in the global survey, 24 — or 70 ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Exploring the Mind of an Art Thief

    Exploring the Mind of an Art Thief
    Last Thursday, five paintings were stolen from the Museum of Modern Art in Paris. Reports say the thief crept through a window in the wee hours of the morning, carefully removed the paintings from their frames and slid away undetected. While the art world still reeled from the multi-million dollar museum heist, which included the theft of a Picasso and a ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    John Baldessari and Alejandro Cesarco, “Retrospective,” at Murray Guy

    John Baldessari and Alejandro Cesarco, “Retrospective,” at Murray Guy
    John Baldessari and Alejandro Cesarco have collaborated on a suite of 12 silkscreens on aluminum presently on view at Murray Guy on 17th Street. The simple visual presence of the panels disguises the rich conceptual alchemy charging the gallery. The setup is the same for each: floating inside the borders of the panel is a xeroxed image of an open book, ...
    Published over 10 years ago | Rated: +2

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