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Grace House Mural: Energetic and Vibrant Pop Art by Keith Haring

Grace House Mural: Energetic and Vibrant Pop Art by Keith Haring

Keith Haring is, without a doubt, one of the central pop art icons of all time. His art is widely recognized for its expansive visual style and rich symbolic language. Though the great artist deceased in 1990, his legacy still ...

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Trailblazing Art by Dutch and Russian Artists at “Pending Futures”

Trailblazing Art by Dutch and Russian Artists at “Pending Futures”

COVID-19 has altered the way people perceive reality. Virtual life has become the answer to the probing times, as more and more people have started accepting the digital world as their new home and place of work. Contemporary artists are ...

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The Nova Frontier Film Festival 2021: Fighting Global Injustice with Art

The Nova Frontier Film Festival 2021: Fighting Global Injustice with Art

Film art is a colossal part of a varied art world. Over the last years, the industry has become much more ramified and hence diverse. Plenty of new and talented directors, screenwriters, young actresses, and inspired actors from across the ...

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Exceptional Russian Art Auction by Millon in Paris

Exceptional Russian Art Auction by Millon in Paris

Over the centuries, Russian art and antiques have not lost their status of highly valuable and sought-after collectibles. Thanks to their cultural richness and diversity, works of art made by Russian artists and artisans will never go out of fashion. ...

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Project Drawings: Exquisite Geometry Art by Stephen Antonakos

Project Drawings: Exquisite Geometry Art by Stephen Antonakos

Bookstein Projects, New York, has recently presented a new solo exhibition dedicated to geometry art by Stephen Antonakos, a prominent figure in the world of contemporary neon sculpture. “Stephen Antonakos: Project Drawings, 1967-73” is a series of approximately 50 drawings ...

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Don’t Miss the Saint Louis Art Museum’s Virtual Summit on Diversity

Don’t Miss the Saint Louis Art Museum’s Virtual Summit on Diversity

Diversity is an extraordinary force capable of making any community thrive and grow. Every team and group can enormously benefit and become a richer constellation of individuals thanks to people from diverse backgrounds. The art community is no exception. The ...

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Give Me Some Skin: A New Remarkable Group Exhibit at Sugarlift

Give Me Some Skin: A New Remarkable Group Exhibit at Sugarlift

Skin is one of those few concepts that are equally important in both physical and metaphysical ways. Not only is it the outermost layer of a human body, but it is also a medium merging the higher self of a ...

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The Museum of Russian Icons Has Announced a New Virtual Conference

The Museum of Russian Icons Has Announced a New Virtual Conference

Orthodox items have always been a topic of interest for Western society. Religious collectibles remain the focus of many contemporary historians, collectors, and dealers. To draw attention to the phenomenon and formulate new ideas, the Museum of Russian Icons in ...

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