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Takako Kido Upholds the Tradition of Skinship Through Fine Art

Takako Kido Upholds the Tradition of Skinship Through Fine Art

Have you ever heard the term “skinship”? If you live in the Western world, the idea of an intimate skin-to-skin relationship between a mother and a child can be foreign to you. This tradition mainly refers to Japan and South ...

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Raggin’ On: Exploring Aminah Robinson’s Art and Life at CMA

Raggin’ On: Exploring Aminah Robinson’s Art and Life at CMA

Last year, on November 21, the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) launched a unique exhibition devoted to the art and life of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, a key figure in African-American art, known for representing Black history through a variety ...

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“Icons of Nature and History,” a Tribute Exhibit to David Driskell

“Icons of Nature and History,” a Tribute Exhibit to David Driskell

David Driskell was a titan and a powerful voice in the world of African-American art. His importance and contribution to the development and sharing of Black ethos can hardly be overstated. Unfortunately, the iconic artist passed away last year, on ...

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An Exciting Variety of Digital Arts: 4 Distinct Types to Choose

An Exciting Variety of Digital Arts: 4 Distinct Types to Choose

Whether you are a self-taught art enthusiast or a digital arts degree-seeking student, digital art might well be your ticket to stardom. With the expeditious technological development and digitalization of life, digital artists are becoming more and more sought-after in ...

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4 Chronological Shifts in the History of Art

4 Chronological Shifts in the History of Art

The history of art is a long and exciting journey full of ups and downs. Looking back through the years, it is fascinating to see how different art epochs influenced human society. What is even more incredible is how art ...

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Collage Art: The Science Behind an Art Technique

Collage Art: The Science Behind an Art Technique

To create fine art, you do not necessarily need to imitate something or mold a form from scratch – you can also combine elements so that they build visual and conceptual completeness. This is how the term collage emerged, giving ...

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Breathtaking Overlanding Photography by Lawrence Leyderman

Breathtaking Overlanding Photography by Lawrence Leyderman

The power and glory of nature have been recognized at all times. Nothing can be compared to the beauty of real nature, but people have learned to imitate the charm and exquisite magic of the natural world with the help of ...

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Queer Art: 3 Salient Facts about the LGBTQ+ Art Movement

Queer Art: 3 Salient Facts about the LGBTQ+ Art Movement

How much do you know about queer art? With the end of the pride month, many corporations wrapped up waving rainbow flags that they use to desperately show how LGBTQ+ friendly they are. So-called rainbow capitalism is not new, while ...

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