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DIKE BLAIR: SCULPTURES AND PAINTINGS AT GAGOSIAN GALLERY The relationship between my paintings and sculpture (or other installation-type work) has intrigued me for a couple decades. The paintings are fairly traditional and almost always personal while the sculptures are more formal, or engage less traditional forms. One thing that seems to have remained constant in all my work [...]

Transformation: Creating Contemporary “Green” Art from Vintage Clothing Environmental responsibility is intimately woven into fabric art created by Libby & Jim Mijanovich, collectively known as “Mija.” Working exclusively with recycled vintage clothing, they transform countless fragments of materials into intricate, involved textile wall pieces. Libby and Jim Mijanovich escaped from the fast-paced world of graduate [...]

A Takashi Murakami exhibition is currently on show at Chateau Versailles now through December 12, 2010, with many pieces presented for the first time in public. Tongari-kun, (Mr. Pointy in English), is the first work in the course of the exhibition, set in the Salon d’Hercule. It is based on religious iconography combines Mayan culture and [...]

Artist Judy Chicago to Give Lecture on Her New Book Frida Kahlo: Face to Face at Brooklyn Museum on October 3, 2010. Artist Judy Chicago, art historian Frances Borzello, and the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art celebrate the release of Frida Kahlo: Face to Face, a new book by Ms. Chicago and Ms. Borzello, [...]

Designer Paul Smith was asked to re-invent the now iconic Cylinda Collection by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen, best know for designing ‘The Egg’ and ‘Number 7’ chairs. Behold these gorgeous tea and coffee pots. The collection from Paul Smith respects the integrity of the original design with tea and coffee pots in hand polished stainless-steel [...]

This Saturday, September 18th, from 6pm till midnight, Art Whino Gallery presents Richard Salicido’s Solo Exhibition ‘Beautiful Failures’. Richard Salcido’s work encompasses the process of exhibition development by creating an ‘exhibition-worthy’ piece under a daily time constraint from inception to completion, and embracing the idiosyncratic qualities that unfinished pieces may include. He states that “on [...]


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