I've posted a new edition of All Art Friday. Today's spotlights are on Elsa Mora's cut-paper sculptures, Fabio Viale's marble "narrative forms", line drawing of Mario Kolaric, the Shakespeare Tumblr, and the Brooklyn Museum's acquisition of work from the arts collective AfriCOBRA. I've included a video about the latter.
The roundup highlights exhibitions at SITE Santa Fe (conceptual, video, performance, and installation art from the 1960s and early 1970s by 60 California…Continue
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Today's new edition of All Art Friday puts the spotlight on hand-marbled papers of Jemma Lewis, architect Arthur Pugliese's construction-worksites-turned-art, a panel discussion on the influence of technology on art, artists, and museums; the updated trade edition of "Studio Olafur Eliasson"; and a video feature on Antony Gormley at The Phillips Collection.
The round-up highlights exhibitions at New York City's Rubin Museum (modernist Indian art) and New Museum (holographic work), and…Continue
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Today's edition of Saturday Sharing spotlights an app that includes 154 filmed readings of Shakespeare's sonnets, a visualization of the history of philosophy, historic aerial photography from Britain, a Gertrude Stein resource list, a National Academy of Sciences Website about bioinspired energy, and a digital project that aims to get you talking to strangers.…Continue
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Today's edition of Saturday Sharing is all about expanding your knowledge, especially through online public domain sites, such as Open Shakespeare, The Public Domain Review, the Encyclopedia of Life, and the New York Public Library's Digital Gallery.
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Today's Wednesday Wonder is Jim Meskimen, who performs Clarence's speech from Richard III like no other impressionist can.
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Animator Anna Cohen has crafted a charming animation in which the great playwright, with a bit of help from Romeo and Juliet, overcomes his writer's block.
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