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The Artistic Concept of Intimacy in the Work of Lauren Mederos

The Artistic Concept of Intimacy in the Work of Lauren Mederos

Art is one of the most sophisticated and valuable ways of exploring the entrails of human nature. Through the visual richness of artworks, artists can unmask the most secret feelings harbored by many. The artistic concept of intimacy and sensitivity ...

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Henry Khudyakov’s Art Project at VOLTA New York 2020

Henry Khudyakov’s Art Project at VOLTA New York 2020

This year, VOLTA New York, which was held at Metropolitan West on March 4-8, featured a whole range of amazing solo projects and art presentations brought to New York by the leading galleries from all over the globe. One such ...

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New Art and New Ideas at the New Museum in New York

New Art and New Ideas at the New Museum in New York

New York is a sacred cradle for contemporary art, with new art forms and styles being emerged and developed year by year. In our time, New York is home to probably the richest spectrum of museums and galleries specifically devoted ...

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Phil Wagner’s Art Installation at NO Gallery in LA

Phil Wagner’s Art Installation at NO Gallery in LA

The art installation is probably one of the most awe-inspiring forms of art we can meet nowadays. With its close bond with reality and mesmeric effect of fanciful figures, it captures the imagination and makes you delve into the world ...

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Robert Montgomery’s Art Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

Robert Montgomery’s Art Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

The Scottish-born artist Robert Montgomery has a way with words, writing poems that send powerful messages and using techniques like lights and fire to engrain them into the memory. Unlike many artists, he belongs to no category, breaking the molds ...

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Enjoy Conceptual Art in American Art Galleries

Enjoy Conceptual Art in American Art Galleries

Conceptual art is one of the movements of postmodernism, which appeared in the mid-60s of the 20th century. In 1970, the first exhibition was held in New York, making this movement highly influential in the US artistic trends of those ...

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