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The Brisbane duo, known as Clark Beaumont, graduated from university last year and have no gallery representation but next week they will present their show after being invited to take part in the international exhibition of living sculpture in
BBC's Fake or Fortune appeals to find missing Vuillard painting The Fake or Fortune team have successfully authenticated works by Degas, Turner and Van Dyck BBC TV programme Fake or Fortune has launched an appeal to find a painting that could be
Take 3' A rhythmic joining of three disparate bodies of work, this Davis Gallery show creates a compelling harmony of color and pattern Reviewed by Wayne Alan Brenner , Fri., April 5, 2013 Unstable Orbit , by Sydney Yeager 'Abstraction: Take 3' 837 W.
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec at the National Gallery of Australia. The ACT government said the works of one of the world's most influential post-Impressionists generated $37 million for the local economy, with most of the visitors coming from outside
With the year 2013 a quarter of a century away, the Los Angeles Times in 1988 asked 30 futurists and other experts what they thought life in their city would look like in 2013 . They may have overshot the sophistication of our robots, but many of
Imogen Bailey's wonderfully compact incursions into abstraction belie the young New Zealand artist's relatively tender years. Indeed, these works echo early cubism and 1940s abstraction at first glance. But there's a light and playful resolve to her
This For Brooklyn abstract painter Amy Feldman , under-construction and seemingly half-built figures present no obstacle to creating a compelling narrative. The works in her new exhibition at the Gregory Lind Gallery , titled "Raw Graces," are full
Stare long enough at "Somewhere in Between," a site-specific wall installation by Lenore D. Thomas at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, and you might think your eyes are playing tricks. While the images are based on how we perceive multidimensional
Chevalier's works of recent years are often interactive and/or self-generative within the parameters set by computer programs developed by the artist. He previously exhibited at Wood Street Galleries in 2006 projections of a landscape in "RGB Land"
Modernist paintings and sculpture from early 20th-century Europe, including works by Picasso, Mondrian, Chagall and Malevich, are to be exhibited this fall at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto. The show's coming Nov. 30 from New York's