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DAN COLEN’S FIRST MAJOR SOLO EXHIBIT AT GAGOSIAN The Gagosian presents Dan Colen’s first major solo exhibition in New York. This follows his two-part exhibition “I Live There”/“An Allegory of Faith” at Gagosian Gallery Davies Street in 2009 and the surreptitious exhibition “Potty Mouth Potty War” in the bathrooms of Gagosian Gallery West 24th Street in [...]

Fashion designers descend upon DC for the 23rd Annual Washington Craft Show starting November 19 through the 21st, where visitors can find works from over 190 artists. When the doors open at 10a.m. on Friday, November 19 for the 23rd installment of the Washington Craft Show, visitors will enter a world where art merges with [...]

New pixel art from eBoy…’Korea 2020′. Never heard of eBoy? Check out this video, which depicts 4 cities eBoy has designed, from start to finish.

Today marks the nine year anniversary of the tragedic 9/11 attacks. We should all take a moment of silence today and remember the citizens, firemen, EMT, rescue workers and policemen who lost their lives on September 11th, 2001, in New York City, Arlington, VA and in Pennsylvania. We shall never forget! Links: Rebuild Ground Zero [...]

REMBRANDT’S JAN SIX PORTRAIT AT RIJKSMUSEUM Rembrandt’s world-famous portrait of Jan Six will be brought to the Rijksmuseum specially for the Rembrandt & Jan Six. An Amsterdam Friendship exhibition. The portrait has been part of the private collection of the Six family from Amsterdam since the 17th century and it is rarely available for public [...]

The British passport was redesigned and unveiled on August 24th, New features include stronger security features and iconic images representing the nation. The ten-year passport will be issued from October and contains well-known scenes including the White Cliffs of Dover, the Gower Peninsula, Ben Nevis and the Giant’s Causeway. The passports are designed to offer [...]

San Diego’s summer might be cooler than usual, but the art scene is smoldering hot with amazing cultural offerings throughout the city. San Diego’s nonprofit and for-profit arts and performance entities have announced Arts Month San Diego, which unites a broad array of the city’s arts and performance entities under one marketing umbrella. On September [...]

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