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Hans Op De Beeck at Glasstress: Celebrating the Art of Murano

Hans Op De Beeck at Glasstress: Celebrating the Art of Murano

If you consider yourself being an admirer of fine art, bonbons, sleek forms, and glass art installations, then visit Glasstress 2019 — an exhibition that celebrates the art of Murano and represents it in different styles, shapes, and sizes. It’s ...

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William J. O’Brien: A Solo Show at Atlanta Contemporary

William J. O’Brien: A Solo Show at Atlanta Contemporary

Since May 9, Atlanta Contemporary has been exhibiting William J. O’Brien’s works. This exhibition is titled Shame Spiral, and it looks like a beautiful sanctuary of the glorious art, inspired by fetish and rituals. It’s a product of cooperation with ...

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Donald Moffett’s Lot 051115 Is Now Exhibited at SFMOMA

Donald Moffett’s Lot 051115 Is Now Exhibited at SFMOMA

Great news from the world of art — the work by one of the most prominent contemporary artists, Donald Moffett, is now exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. It’s Lot 051115, wich was created in 2015. Donald Moffett is ...

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John Waters to Perform at the Paradise Club

John Waters to Perform at the Paradise Club

Don’t miss a chance to see the master of visual arts John Waters performing in NYC! Works by this Baltimore-based artist will be exhibited at the Paradise Club on May 17 as part of Ballroom Marfa’s Spring Fundraiser. The career of ...

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Jennifer Bartlett’s Exhibition at MoMA

Jennifer Bartlett’s Exhibition at MoMA

From now until June 15, 2019, you can view famous Rhapsody (1975) by Jennifer Bartlett at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Jennifer Bartlett is world-famous for her large installations that reach the size of a whole room. The ...

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Evgeniya Maltseva: Figurative Expressionism with a Touch of Mystery

Evgeniya Maltseva: Figurative Expressionism with a Touch of Mystery

Russian contemporary art has lots of movements and many talented artists whose names have already become known throughout the world. Evgeniya Maltseva is among those painters who have won universal acclaim. If you haven’t seen any of her works yet, ...

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Wim Delvoye to Work on Notre-Dame’s Spire

Wim Delvoye to Work on Notre-Dame’s Spire

One of the landmarks of Paris, alongside with the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, has been severely damaged by fire more than a week ago. Since then, the French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced an international architectural competition for the ...

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Tintoretto’s Art Exhibition by The Pushkin Museum

Tintoretto’s Art Exhibition by The Pushkin Museum

The Venice Biennale unites contemporary artists and old masters and features famous works of art and their modern interpretations. This year, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts together with Stella Art Foundation in Moscow has prepared a particular project ...

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The Biennale First Winner: Jimmy Durham

The Biennale First Winner: Jimmy Durham

After we shared the most important facts about the Venice Biennale, the event’s Board of Directors has chosen this year’s Biennale first winner of the honorary “Golden Lion.” The ceremony that will be held on May 11 – the day ...

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The Amazing Louvre Trompe L’oeil

The Amazing Louvre Trompe L’oeil

Among a myriad of famous contemporary street artists, Jean Rene (or just JR) is also gaining publicity and popularity. At the end of March, to mark the 30th anniversary of the Louvre Pyramid creation, he created the Louvre Trompe-l’oeil – ...

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