Friday brings us a new edition of All Art Friday, which today puts the spotlights on painter Michelle Mackey, Shinichi Maruyama's water sculpture (see the video), a digital exhibition of the 1913 Armory Show, MoMA's new online journal "post: Notes on Modern & Contemporary Art Around the Globe", and figurative painter and sculptor Nancy Dwyer (video included).
The roundup highlights exhibitions of the photography by Bill Brandt (MoMA in New York City), collages and watercolors by…Continue
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Posted new edition of All Art Friday.
Today's spotlights are on Global Museum, Virtual Museum of Canada, Birds of Vermont Museum, paper-cut artists, Marquis Biographies Online for Who's Who in American Art, and a video of multimedia artist Phil Hansen's portrait of van Gogh comprising words from more than 1,000 shocking or incredible stories.
The roundup highlights the Jay DeFeo exhibition at Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), a show examining complementary aspects of…Continue
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Posted new edition of All Art Friday.
Today's spotlights are on a new Romare Bearden app, wall sculptures of sea glass by Jonathan Fuller, New York Public Library's online exhibitions section, the New York City Ballet's Art Series (video included), and a video featuring John Cage watercolors, drawings, and prints.
The roundup highlights exhibitions at Mount Holyoke College Art Museum (Kara Walker prints), International Center of Photography (Roman Vishniac photographs), Utah…Continue
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Posted new edition of All Art Friday.
Today's spotlights are on the digital art magazine "Visual Language"; the video "Golden Sea" on painter Makoto Fujimura; the Laib Wax Room at The Phillips Collection in D.C. (video with the artist included); and a process video with Bruce Herman describing working on a panel included in "Qu4rtets".
The roundup highlights exhibitions at Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Agnes Martin paintings and drawings), Maine's Portland Museum of Art…Continue
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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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I've posted a new edition of All Art Friday.
Today's spotlights are on the Looking@Democracy national competition, USArtists International grants, Canadian illustrator Julie Morstad's drawings, the National Arts Education Public Awareness Campaign offering 10 simple ways to get more art in your child's life, Transnational Cultural Remittances grants, and the gorgeous ceramic sculptures of Japanese artist Noriko Kuresumi.
The roundup highlights exhibitions at Leigh Yawkey…Continue
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A new All Art Friday is up.
Today's spotlights are on Art Bomb, Afredo Jaar's moving memorial installation in Chile, Google Art Talks, Daniel Siedell's essay about New York artist Claudia Alverez, portraitist and illustrator Dan Park, ARTos Foundation, Glenn Lowry's talk about Middle Eastern art, and the collections of Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art in Qatar.
The roundup highlights exhibitions of Fred Wilson's installations (Cleveland Museum of Art) for which I've included a…Continue
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Posted All Art Friday. Today's edition spotlights an Italian gelato museum, ArtCyclopedia, Culture Street, a modern art course, and the video "Reading Between the Lines". The roundup highlights exhibitions at Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art (artists and writers), Pittsburgh Filmmakers Center for the Arts ("Marcellus Shale Documentary Project"), Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City (Terry Evans photographs), and Los Angeles County Museum of Art ("Drawing Surrealism"). In the Notable…Continue
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All Art Friday spotlights Lebanese artist Cynthia Nouhra, the Met's "Inventing Abstraction" show, Ursinus College's Berman Museum of Art's exhibition "Access-Ability", programs for seniors at the Whitney Museum, and Carne Griffith's drawings in tea and calligraphy.
The roundup highlights exhibitions at the National Building Museum ("Detroit Is No Dry Bones") for which I've included a video; Illinois's Rockford Art Museum (mixed media by artists of Little City, a program for people…Continue
Added by Maureen E. Doallas on November 30, 2012 at 8:07am — No Comments
Spotlights are on glass artist Judith Finn Conway and her Chesapeake Bay series; Alice Whealin and her abstractions on acetate, mylar, and polyester film; New York City-based nonprofit Art Resources Transfer; the e-journal "Interpreting Ceramics"; New Museum's "First Look: New Art Online" monthly series; and Federico Pietrella's ink-stamped artworks. A video of the latter is included.
The roundup highlights exhibitions of work by Edouard Manet (Toledo Museum of Art), fiber artist Ted…Continue
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You might want to call today's Saturday Sharing the Global Edition. You'll find links to the worldwide initiative One Billion Rising, the multilingual portal Europeana, Venture Lab, which allows you to take free online courses and collaborate with other students who may be anywhere in the world, and the extraordinary "Big History" project known as ChronoZoom. Other items include The Dance Oral History Channel and Samuel Silva's ballpoint pen drawings.…Continue
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A new edition of All Art Friday is posted. Today's spotlights are on Artists Against Fracking, #OpenCurating, the Peekskill Project V, and a documentary about George Bellows. A call is out for fiber artists seeking studio space in the greater Washington, D.C., area. The roundup highlights exhibitions at the National Gallery of Art ("Shock of the News"), Spanuolo Gallery at Georgetown University (drawings by plastic surgeon David Hidalgo), Seattle Art Museum ("Going for Gold", textiles),…Continue
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Today's feature is a video about Miro that accompanied a National Gallery of Art exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and prints by the celebrated artist.
Added by Maureen E. Doallas on September 20, 2012 at 6:58am — No Comments
Regular readers of Saturday Sharing expect the eclectic and the unusual. There's a bit of both in today's edition, which offers "endangered sounds", a dip or two into alchemy, and "walking drawings".
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In today's edition, All Art Friday puts the spotlights on a new Calder Gallery, inventive sculptor Graham Caldwell, Asia Art Archive, and a forthcoming musical about Gustav Klimt for which I've provided the video trailer.
The round-up highlights exhibitions about Provincetown (Indianapolis Museum of Art), Jonathan M. Singer photographs of rare and exotic plants (New Jersey State Museum), and art of the American 1920s (Cleveland Museum of Art).…Continue
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Today's post looks at a video, "Draft of a Voice-Over for Split-Screen Video Loop", a collaboration between artist Amy Sillman and poet Lisa Robertson.
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Illustrator and author Allen Say is the subject of an Oregon Art Beat profile I've made available today.
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