August, 2012

Whitford Fine Art Celebrating Its 40th Anniversary Year at the International Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show Park Avenue Armory at 67th Street

After 40 years selling modern art from many of the most respected painters and sculptors of the 20th century, London-based, Australian-born art dealer Adrian Mibus says, “Fashions in art can be fickle. Some of the most successful collectors I know are the ones with the patience to learn about and enjoy works that over the […]

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Symbols of Dreams and Imaginings in Giovanni Gelardi’s Art at Agora Gallery

Symbols of Dreams and Imaginings in Giovanni Gelardi’s Art at Agora Gallery

Lively, realistic and sumptuously magical in whimsy, the works of Italian-born painter Giovanni Gelardi assimilate themes of culture and politics as much as they do symbols of dreams and imaginings. A self-taught artist, Gelardi was urged to create through his innate desire to articulate, through the beauty of creativity and artistry, the stories of his […]

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Trifecta Gallery Las Vegas presents Leonardo Aguirre di Matteo exhibition

Leonardo Aguirre di Matteo from Uruguay will visit Trifecta Gallery for the opening night of his August 2-30, 2012 exhibit “6191.” The shows title, Six-thousand one-hundred and ninety-one is named for the amount of miles from his South American home to Las Vegas. The title is less apt in distance than to the sensory nature […]

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Explosive Abstractions of Robert Langstaff at Agora Gallery

Explosive Abstractions of Robert Langstaff at Agora Gallery

Robert Langstaff is a painter whose inquiry into the nature of composition, color and form has evolved into explosive abstraction which expresses both basic instinct and the complexities of the subconscious. Fascinated by the drip paintings of Abstract Expressionist Jackson Pollack since his youth, Langstaff applies sensual colors and textural hues to canvas and board […]

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Kunstmuseum Bern presents Antonio Saura exhibition

Kunstmuseum Bern and the Museum Wiesbaden have organized a comprehensive retrospective illustrating the scope and complexity of Saura’s art with some 200 works, on view through 11.11.2012. The Kunstmuseum Bern has already presented the art of the greatest Spanish painter Pablo Picasso in three landmark exhibitions. Now it is continuing a focus on Spanish painting […]

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The Old Sorting Office presents first UK solo art show by Mr. Brainwash

The Old Sorting Office presents first UK solo art show by Mr. Brainwash

The Old Sorting Office presents the first UK solo art show by Mr. Brainwash opening August 5. Mr. Brainwash will embrace the global art scene by taking over The Old Sorting Office, a colossal space centrally located next to the British Museum at the corner of New Oxford Street and Museum Street in London, during […]

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Noted Artists Join Faculty of SMU Meadows School of the Arts

Noted national artist/educators Mary Walling Blackburn and Brittany Ransom have been appointed to faculty positions in the Division of Art at SMU Meadows School of the Arts, beginning in fall 2012. Blackburn, a New York-based artist and writer known for conceptually dense, multi-disciplinary projects, will be assistant professor of art and urbanism. Ransom, whose practice […]

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