September, 2020

Event Horizon Now On View At 440 Gallery

Event Horizon Now On View At 440 Gallery

The dreamlike abstractions that Karen Gibbons creates are crafted out of collage, paint and drawing materials that are mounted on boards and, often, found objects. Gibbons gracefully navigates the concept of change through the use of grouped components that offer the potential for re-arrangement. With optimism and spirit, Gibbons suggests that the viewer consider a […]

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CONTEMPORARY ART FAIRS – SURREY  UK

CONTEMPORARY ART FAIRS – SURREY UK

Over 130 curated artists, printmakers, photographers, sculptors, ceramicists and selected galleries from all over the UK; offering the very best in contemporary art. You will find artwork from £40 to £4,000 and workshops and demonstrations, from leading artists and galleries.The fair is THE destination for Art lovers, Art Collectors or anyone looking for original artwork […]

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National Gallery of Art Presents The New Woman Behind the Camera an Exhibition Celebrating Female Photographers

National Gallery of Art Presents The New Woman Behind the Camera an Exhibition Celebrating Female Photographers

Featuring more than 120 photographers from over 20 countries, the groundbreaking exhibition, The New Woman Behind the Camera, explores the diverse “new” women who embraced photography as a mode of professional and personal expression from the 1920s to the 1950s. The first exhibition to take an international approach to the subject, it examines how women […]

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500 GALLERY SHOWCASING TRIBAL ART AUCTION, WITH INDIVIDUAL YOUTUBE VIDEOS FOR EACH LOT

500 GALLERY SHOWCASING TRIBAL ART AUCTION, WITH INDIVIDUAL YOUTUBE VIDEOS FOR EACH LOT

The firm uses a rotating pedestal for showcasing sculptures that are best seen in the round, but the inspiration for adding videos to their online catalogs came from a YouTube jewelry video. FRANKLIN, Mass. – Bruce Wood was surfing the Internet one day and found himself watching a video of sparkling earrings twirling around in […]

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440 Gallery 16th Annual Small Works Show 2020

440 Gallery 16th Annual Small Works Show 2020

440 Gallery announces the Call for Entries for it’s 2020 Small Works Show. For the sixteenth year, this national, juried exhibition celebrates the innovation of artists creating work on a small scale, in a broad range of media and styles. This year, the exhibition will be shown exclusively as an online-only exhibition on Artsy. The […]

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AHLERS & OGLETREE AUCTION SALE RESULTS

AHLERS & OGLETREE AUCTION SALE RESULTS

A monumental oil on canvas portrait painting of Anglo-Irish socialite, society hostess and art collector Oonagh Guinness (1910-1995), by Philip de László (Austro-Hungarian/U.K., 1869-1937), soared to $324,500 at a two-session auction held September 12th and 13th by Ahlers & Ogletree, live in the Atlanta showroom as well as online. The painting, officially titled The Honourable […]

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Fulton Street Collective Announce Ryan Miller Solo Exhibition

Fulton Street Collective Announce Ryan Miller Solo Exhibition

Fulton Street Collective present an exhibition of Ryan Miller’s work. Ryan’s rapid journey from TV painting enthusiast to abstract artist can best be described as a “Sudden Escalation.” Join us to see Ryan’s incredible work! We’re encouraging social distancing by offering 3 separate viewings to choose from, and limiting the occupancy of the space to […]

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Palm Springs Art Museum to Exhibit Aluminaire House

Palm Springs Art Museum to Exhibit Aluminaire House

The Aluminaire House Foundation announced that it has donated the historic Aluminaire House to Palm Springs Art Museum to be part of the museum’s permanent collection. The historically significant aluminum and metal prototype residence, designed by Albert Frey and A. Lawrence Kocher in 1931, will soon be located outside on the grounds of the museum. […]

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Frederick Arts Council Opens New Art Center

Frederick Arts Council Opens New Art Center

The Frederick Arts Council will be officially opening its new center to the community on Saturday, September 5th at noon to 8 pm. The center is a renovated historic church building located at 5 E 2nd Street in downtown Frederick. The opening will feature the premiere of FAC’s first public art exhibition in the space, […]

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SHANNON’S AUCTION TO FEATURE 230 QUALITY ARTWORKS

SHANNON’S AUCTION TO FEATURE 230 QUALITY ARTWORKS

Shannon’s fall auction on Thursday, September 17th, at 6 pm Eastern time, will be presented in a 180-page color catalog filled with important paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture. A live-stream of the auction and live-online bidding will be available via Invaluable.com. Telephone bids can be reserved in advance and absentee bids will be accepted before […]

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Robert Berry Gallery opens PerFlection and (im)Perfection: One Vision in Parallel Lives

Robert Berry Gallery opens PerFlection and (im)Perfection: One Vision in Parallel Lives

Robert Berry Gallery, a premier New York City-based art gallery dedicated to ground-breaking art, announced its new virtual exhibition, PerFlection and (im)Perfection: One Vision in Parallel Lives. The exhibition features new works by New York City-based photographers Paul Mondesire and David Mathison, emphasizing themes of reflection, contemplation and the meaning of perfection. The show is […]

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Fern Coppedge: New Discoveries Exhibition at the Michener Art Museum

Fern Coppedge: New Discoveries Exhibition at the Michener Art Museum

The Michener Art Museum presents Fern Coppedge: New Discoveries, on view from September 12, 2020-April 18, 2021. This exhibition highlights the Michener’s recent acquisition of four winter landscapes by Pennsylvania Impressionist Fern Coppedge (1883-1951). Additionally, the public will get an in-depth look at the private life of the artist with the recent digitization of Coppedge’s […]

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