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Expressive Surrealist Art by the Georgian Artist Ana Iakobashvili

Expressive Surrealist Art by the Georgian Artist Ana Iakobashvili

Art is one of the most delightful wonders born by the human mind and creativity. Imagination, desire, motif – what are these things for a painter who wants to share a sense of beauty with the world? If you are ...

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“Summer Exhibition 2021” Is Now on View at JD Malat Gallery

“Summer Exhibition 2021” Is Now on View at JD Malat Gallery

Summer 2021 is gradually tailing off. If you want to spend the last days of the warmest season in total harmony with yourself and the world, come visit “Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery in London. The group show ...

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Cultural Heritage, a Platform Connecting Russian Art with the World

Cultural Heritage, a Platform Connecting Russian Art with the World

The world of art is so enormous and diverse that it will take centuries to discover its faraway landscapes. Sometimes, it pays to find places off the beaten track to discover how magnificent art can be on the other side ...

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Frank Chinea Inguanzo’s Innovative Solo Art Show at The ONE Museum

Frank Chinea Inguanzo’s Innovative Solo Art Show at The ONE Museum

If art is your passion in life, but you try to avoid public places, virtual art is right up your alley. In case you are looking for some exhilarating experience, you should pay a visit to The ONE Museum and ...

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The Premier Art Fair Market Art + Design Returns on August 12

The Premier Art Fair Market Art + Design Returns on August 12

The East End’s premier art fair Market Art + Design returns to the Bridgehampton Museum to present its long-awaited 11th edition. Last year, the show went virtual due to the pandemic restrictions, but now, it is back and ready to ...

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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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