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The state of art: Ground Zero looks back at 2 decades of visual art

Enrique Martinez Celaya, “The October Cycle 2000-2002," Sheldon Museum of Art, 2003 The first Lincoln exhibition by Cuban-born, Los Angeles-based artist Enrique Martinez Celaya was a collection of pai... read more

From Our Totally Naked Trip to the Art Museum to the Great Kardashian Koons Kontroversy: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Van Goghs Meet at the Met – The Metropolitan Museum of Art is offering visitors a rare opportunity to see all 16 Van Gogh paintings from its collection ... cultural activity must be approved by the st... read more

Painting: An (Incomplete) Survey of the State of the Art

Since 1998, two galleries in Chelsea have treated the New York art world to a rare experience: a large, ongoing survey of contemporary painting, staged every 10 years. A piecemeal array of established ... read more

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Taking Stock of Painting Today

Recently, Robert Gober gave Dodd’s painting, “View through Elliot’s Shack Looking South” (1971), to the Museum of Modern Art ... a state of luminous ecstasy. As with Hurtado, here is another artist wh... read more


Is major survey of conceptual art pioneer Hassan Sharif heading to New York's Guggenheim?

A survey of the late Emirati artist Hassan Sharif could go on show at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Zaki Nusseibeh, the minister of state of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), speaking at an event o... read more

15 of the Best Art Galleries Enlivening SoCal College Campuses

University Art Museum at California State University, Long Beach The University Art Museum ... Barrett Art Gallery exhibitions have included "Andy Moses: A 30-Year Survey" and "StudioEleven at Work," ... read more

Museums a key part of ‘cultural ecosystem’ in New Haven

“We’re a small city with big art.” While many artistic gems ... He considers New Haven to be the “cultural hub of the state.” “We work to bring the world to New Haven,” he said. An informal Facebook s... read more

Western State art studio provides therapeutic asylum

Windows stained with sheer smears of purple, gold, green and cerulean capture sunlight that shines in on an unexpected floor at Western State Hospital ... her thought behind art for therapy is simple: ... read more

Datebook: A Chicana artist's pastels on paper, sacred books from the Middle Ages and wearable paper jewelry

600 State Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org. “Bamboo,” at the Craft and Folk Art Museum. Bamboo baskets are ... exhibition in more than 20 years — a broad survey that brings together ... read more

Music Mountain Presents 'Painting Music At The Mountain'

At 1 pm, a one-hour-long free concert in Gordon Hall will wrap up the event featuring the Cassatt String Quartet and Music Mountain artistic director, Oskar Espina-Ruiz, clarinet, performing works ins... read more

Six Solo Shows in Sharjah Challenge Curators to Look Beyond the Usual Suspects

“Bait Al Hurma” (2018), wall painting commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation (image courtesy of Sharjah Art Foundation) Dealing less obviously with that world but whose work also has a refreshing raw ... read more

The tortuous story of Gustav Klimt’s Nazi-looted, 100ft-wide Beethoven Frieze uncovered

Sophie Lillie’s new book explores the provenance of that work, and should be read by anyone following the contentious field of Nazi-era art restitution. The 100ft-wide painting was first ... the friez... read more



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