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Photographs of the Ballets Russes at the Museum of Russian Icons

Photographs of the Ballets Russes at the Museum of Russian Icons

Have you ever thought of why people love ballet? This, at first glance, queer question has been answered in the most imaginative ways. However, the linking bridge between these answers is always the paramount moment in the performance when ballet ...

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Stylish Jackets Inspired by Collage Art by Morgan Jesse Lappin

Stylish Jackets Inspired by Collage Art by Morgan Jesse Lappin

Admiration of art comes in many forms today. You can visit a museum or exhibition to view the works of your favorite artists in person. You can review some works online or watch videos with them. Or… you can wear ...

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“The Best of All Possible Worlds”: A Solo Show of Thurston Belmer’s Works

“The Best of All Possible Worlds”: A Solo Show of Thurston Belmer’s Works

“The best of all possible worlds” is the name of the first solo exhibition of Thurston Belmer, a talanted artist from Brooklyn. It was opened on May 16, 2019 and runs through June 15, 2019. You can enjoy Belmer’s works ...

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The Whitney Museum in NYC: The Best Current Exhibitions

The Whitney Museum in NYC: The Best Current Exhibitions

The Whitney Museum was established in New York in 1931 by the Gilded Age heiress Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. It focuses on representing the masterpieces of the American artists of the 20th century. The Whitney is home to the best modern ...

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Björn Braun’s Summer Exhibitions 2019

Björn Braun’s Summer Exhibitions 2019

Björn Braun is an artist from Berlin, Germany, who creates sculptures and installations. This summer, you will see the works by Björn Braun at two new locations: Kunsthaus Baselland in Switzerland and the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. What ...

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The Jeanne Oosting Prize Goes to Hanna Van Bart

The Jeanne Oosting Prize Goes to Hanna Van Bart

The Jeanne Oosting Prize is awarded every year to two artists working in a figurative style. It was created almost fifty years ago, in 1970, by Adriana Johanna Wilhelmina (Jeanne) Bieruma Oosting. She was a Dutch sculptor, graphic artist, painter, ...

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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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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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Jean-Michel Basquiat Exhibition in New York

Jean-Michel Basquiat Exhibition in New York

Nowadays, a zest for art among wealthy people is a sign of good manners, so many of them organize exhibitions, buy pieces of art and even the whole museums. Sometimes their collections of masterpieces are so extensive that they can ...

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