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26 May 2023 @ 6:05 pm
A new cast of hybrid characters continues Jason deCaires Taylor’s effort to revitalize the Great Barrier Reef. Recently installed off the coast of Townsville, Australia, as part of the Museum of Underwater Art, Ocean Sentinels is comprised of eight figurative sculptures that meld the textures of marine life with the likeness of influential conservationists.
Similar to “The Coral Greenhouse,” which was embedded in the aquatic landscape in 2020, these works are made of pH-neutral, low-carbon concrete and stainless steel and are created with the intention that sea creatures use them as homes.
26 May 2023 @ 2:59 pm
In 1851, French pharmacist-turned-naturalist Jean Baptiste Vérany (1800–1865) published a collection of illustrations that captured the subtle colors and tonal variances of cephalopods. A class of mollusks that includes squid, octopus, cuttlefish, and nautilus, cephalopods have pronounced, often bulbous heads, symmetric bodies, and arms and tentacles known to produce ink. The marine creatures became a source of fascination for Vérany after a research expedition with Franco Andrea Bonelli, a preeminent ornithologist and entomologist, who helped usher in the young naturalist’s interest in zoology. More
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26 May 2023 @ 1:30 pm
Lewes-based artist Seb Lester (previously) vacillates between the maximal and minimal in a new pair of aphoristic prints. Die-stamped in gold ink, the calligraphic works are studies of the relationship between medium and message, all filtered through elegantly gilded lettering.
“Carpe Diem,” the popular Latin maxim to “seize the day,” is the ornate of the pair and embedded with swords, flowers, and elaborate motifs. “I’ve drawn from many influences, including Victorian Memorials, Medieval Cathedral Inscriptions, and the work of the finest Writing Masters of the 18th century,” Lester says. More
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25 May 2023 @ 6:00 pm
Combining data from some of NASA’s most powerful instruments, four new composites highlight the enormity of the cosmos in unprecedented detail. Imagery from the Chandra Observatory and the James Webb and Hubble telescopes—plus infrared information from the Spitzer telescope’s final missions—mesh together to generate mesmerizing views of iconic nebulae and galaxies.
Messier 74, a spiral galaxy more than 30 million light-years from Earth, is sometimes called the Phantom Galaxy due to its relative d
25 May 2023 @ 3:15 pm
Chrome plating, fringe made of humble kitchen cutlery, illuminated chandeliers, and symbolic sculptures of flora and fauna adorn a school bus parked at the ICA Watershed in the Boston Harbor Shipyard. The elaborately retrofitted vehicle is the largest project to-date by Guadalupe Maravilla and the latest addition to his Disease Thrower series.
Born out of the artist’s traumatic experience immigrating as an unaccompanied minor and suffering from colon cancer as an adult, the ongoing body of work evinces the healing power of sound and vibration. More
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25 May 2023 @ 1:38 pm
“Still Life,” a short animation by Los Angeles-based filmmaker Conner Griffith, opens with a classic game of “guess which hand.” As the illustrated hands open and close, a tiny ball morphs into a series of tools and other household objects, and we are whisked off on a journey through more than 1,000 historic engravings. Collecting images from sources like the Iconographic Encyclopedia of Science, Literature, and Art and Gray’s Anatomy—both published in the 1850s and now in the public domain—Griffith examines how items and materials help to define lifestyles, attitudes, and consciousness of the world around us.
24 May 2023 @ 6:21 pm
In Negative Space, Yau Hoong Tang derives imaginative and expansive storylines from minimal visuals. As its name suggests, the ongoing series plays with the relationship between presence and absence, layering optical illusions, embedded imagery, and other narrative cues within a single work.
The Kuala Lumpur-based illustrator is fond of weaving together several plots. In one work, an ink splatter also becomes wildlife inhabiting the world, with in another, a creature appears as a flying goose or a fox depending on where the viewer focuses. More
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24 May 2023 @ 3:10 pm
From minimal outlines in black thread, empowering portraits of Black women emerge in new large-scale textile pieces by Toronto-based artist Gio Swaby (previously). Vivid fabrics with an emphasis on florals dominate her new body of work titled I Will Blossom Anyway, on view now at Claire Oliver Gallery, emphasizing brightness, joy, and self-love. Centering on a number of self-portraits, her recent artworks reflect on personal identity, embarking on an introspective journey toward acceptance and compassion. More
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24 May 2023 @ 12:17 pm
The human conception of time is limited. We often think in hours, days, and years, units of measurement that are comprehensible when considering our lifetimes or those of generations past. Even decades and centuries, though, are only a minuscule fraction in the timeline of the universe and are wholly inadequate when assessing a nearly 14-billion-year history.
A new short by Alex Gorosh (previously) and Wylie Overstreet (previously) helps to visualize the immensity of cosmic creation beyond the clock and calendar. More
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23 May 2023 @ 6:00 pm
In 1634, during the Dutch Golden Age, an unprecedented financial phenomenon began in the form of skyrocketing prices for rare and fashionable tulip bulbs. By 1637, the speculative bubble collapsed, and while the plummeting price of tulips may have bankrupted a few investors, it didn’t take a steep toll on the overall economy, unlike the U.S. housing bubble that spurred a global crisis and led to severe recession in 2008.
“Tulip mania” is a term still used today to describe when the prices of assets—such as mortgages or technology—rise exponentially from their intrinsic or general market values and present a threat to economi
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25 May 2023 @ 2:18 pm
Luxury skincare has become an increasingly popular trend, with more and more consumers investing in high-end skincare products. But what exactly is luxury skincare, and what sets it apart from other types of skincare? At its core, luxury skincare is all about providing consumers with an elevated and premium skincare experience. These products are often…
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23 May 2023 @ 2:22 pm
If you’re struggling with your finance and want to know how you can be more conservative but have fun at the same time, you’ve come to the right place. Revealed on this page are several useful tips for how you can budget, save money, and yet, still get some enjoyment out of life. How to…
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18 May 2023 @ 1:17 pm
The third eye chakra is a significant energy center located in the center of the forehead. It is associated with intuition, wisdom, and spiritual awareness. Activating and healing this chakra can bring about a deeper understanding of oneself and the world around us. In this guide, we will explore the third eye chakra in-depth, including…
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17 May 2023 @ 2:36 pm
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4 May 2023 @ 10:37 am
The history of accessories dates back centuries, when clothing was mainly practical and function-driven. People began to use accessories to express themselves and their style. This trend remains relevant today, with fashionistas worldwide utilizing accessories to create unique looks that stand out. When it comes to elevating your look, there are several key pieces you…
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4 May 2023 @ 10:19 am
When dressing for any occasion, the key is to be prepared. Whether looking for a clean, classic, timeless look or something more modern and fashion-forward, having a few go-to outfits appropriate for different occasions can ensure you always look your best. Dressing for work Dressing appropriately will show your colleagues and superiors that you take…
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2 May 2023 @ 4:53 pm
Do you want to buy a new mattress? Maybe you’re just not sure what is out there and you want to make the best possible decision. Either way, this guide will help you to buy the right mattress for your needs without compromise. You can also find out whether or not the mattress you have…
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28 April 2023 @ 3:43 pm
Mental health is a crucial aspect of overall well-being, and seeking therapy can be vital in improving our mental health. However, finding the right therapist Therapcan be difficult, especially when so many options are available. Finding a counselor who aligns with your needs and understands your unique perspective is essential. This article will discuss some…
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28 March 2023 @ 2:50 pm
The pandemic has been a boom for the remodeling industry, forcing various housing changes that encourage home improvement spending. Many homeowners were forced to work from home and learn remotely, which fueled the continued growth in expenditures on replacement projects indoors and outdoors. A recent uptick in residential mobility and the prevalence of working from…
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24 March 2023 @ 9:49 am
Stem cells (SCs) are effective even for the most aggressive types of neoplasms when sociopathology cannot be treated using other methods. Stem cells can be successfully used to treat leukemia, myeloma, lymphoma, testicular cancer, sarcoma, some gliomas, neuroblastoma, and Wilms tumor. The list of indications is constantly expanding. Doctors in Germany successfully perform both autologous…
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27 May 2023 @ 12:00 pm
The mid-season auctions proved a welcome counterpoint.
The post Dealers Applauded the May Old Masters Sales’ Old-School Vibe: Few Guarantees, Reserves, and Less Pretense appeared first on Artnet News.
27 May 2023 @ 6:00 am
Artist Richelle Rich will mount a last-minute pop-up in New York next month.
The post This Artist Was Set to Show With Lisa Schiff Before a Lawsuit Shuttered the Gallery. Now, She’s Staging the Exhibition on Her Own appeared first on Artnet News.
27 May 2023 @ 12:32 am
At first, people were stunned to see art by major names selling for a pittance. Then they got excited.
The post What Went Wrong With Christie’s Fineberg Sale, the Auction That Nearly Drove the Art Market to Despair? Plenty. appeared first on Artnet News.
26 May 2023 @ 9:27 pm
Here's what dealers say they sold at the 2023 fair.
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26 May 2023 @ 9:20 pm
She is working on a new series of canvases slated for a solo presentation at the Armory Show with Dinner Gallery this fall.
The post On-the-Rise Artist Phaan Howng’s Lush Vegetal Paintings and Installations Imagine How Plants Might One Day Retake the World appeared first on Artnet News.
26 May 2023 @ 8:57 pm
The artist takes us through a week in her life.
The post Wet Paint in the Wild: Artist Jay Miriam-White Hits the Road for a Cross-Country Trip to Her Solo Show at Atlanta’s Wolfgang Gallery appeared first on Artnet News.
26 May 2023 @ 8:47 pm
Moses's recent solo show at Bentley Gallery in Phoenix unveiled a new body of work inspired by landscapes of the Southwest.
The post Spotlight: California Painter Andy Moses’s New Works Transform Desert Landscapes Into Cascades of Paint appeared first on Artnet News.
26 May 2023 @ 8:13 pm
The works are on view at Berry Campbell through May 26.
The post Is an Ethel Schwabacher Revival at Hand? Peek Inside the Nearly Sold-Out Show of the Abstract Expressionist’s Rarely Seen Works appeared first on Artnet News.
26 May 2023 @ 8:05 pm
The couple reportedly paid cash for the 40,000-square-foot concrete mansion by the Japanese architect.
The post Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s New $200 Million Home by Famed Architect Tadao Ando Is the Most Expensive in California—Maybe Even America appeared first on Artnet News.
26 May 2023 @ 7:41 pm
Hosted by Anderson Cooper, the report paints the millionaire as a populist artist.
The post 30 Years After Jeff Koons Was Skewered on ’60 Minutes,’ He Returned to the Show for a Far More Flattering Interview With Anderson Cooper appeared first on Artnet News.
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6 January 2023 @ 9:58 pm
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6 January 2023 @ 9:18 pm
Ask anyone their favorite season, and the least popular answer is probably going to be winter. For many, it’s too...
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14 December 2022 @ 4:32 pm
Are you someone who loves to spend time shopping for the perfect gifts for the people in your life? If...
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13 December 2022 @ 5:49 pm
As we learn more about the world around us, we’ve become more aware that sometimes our shopping habits can have...
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9 December 2022 @ 4:11 pm
In your parents’ day, no one ever went to a party empty-handed. As etiquette rules relaxed, so did the tradition...
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6 December 2022 @ 4:24 pm
Romance is all about expressing love and devotion in a way that is deliberate, blatant, and deeply affectionate. Many people...
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5 December 2022 @ 8:49 pm
When you give someone a gift, you may be inadvertently giving them something they don’t want: damage to planet Earth....
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28 November 2022 @ 10:40 pm
Maybe 2022 was the best year of your life. Maybe it was one you’d rather forget. Whichever it was, New...
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2 November 2022 @ 2:48 pm
The phrase “everything old is new again” rings true in the fashion world. For your parents, that meant the ’60s...
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13 October 2022 @ 6:28 pm
It happens every year: Just when you think you’ve wrapped all the gifts, you realize you aren’t quite finished. You...
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