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Poster Auctions International’s Rare Posters Auction Sale

Poster Auctions International’s Rare Posters Auction Sale

The 87th Rare Posters Auction from Poster Auctions International on Tuesday, July 12 features rare and iconic images from a century of poster design. The collection includes Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Modern, and Contemporary lithographs, decorative panels, and maquettes. All 520 lots will be on view to the public June 21 to July 11. The […]

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Pulitzer Arts Foundation Announces Space for Art and Community in St. Louis

Pulitzer Arts Foundation Announces Space for Art and Community in St. Louis

In 2001, a Gothic-revival-style church located in the Grand Center Arts District of St. Louis, Missouri, was destroyed by fire, with only its architectural shell still standing. Known as the “Spring Church,” the remaining structure became a beloved community landmark and the site of impromptu gatherings and other events. Now, the Pulitzer Arts Foundation has […]

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Southern California Impressionism Exhibition Opens at Langson IMCA

Southern California Impressionism Exhibition Opens at Langson IMCA

UC Irvine Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art (Langson IMCA) will reopen its interim gallery at 18881 Von Karman Avenue on June 11, 2022, with the special exhibition Variations of Place: Southern California Impressionism in the Early 20th Century. The gallery has been closed since February 13, 2022, due to renovations […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art announces New Narratives of American Art with Arctic Artistry and American Modernism

Baltimore Museum of Art announces New Narratives of American Art with Arctic Artistry and American Modernism

In July, the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) will open two new installations of American art from its collection that center works by Native American, immigrant, and underrepresented artists. The presentations include a substantial reinstallation of the museum’s renowned American Modernism collection and the exhibition Arctic Artistry, which features 20 rarely shown objects by Indigenous […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) nature inspired art exhibition

Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) nature inspired art exhibition

The beauty of nature has long been a muse for artists. Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) is showcasing the nature-inspired landscape artwork of artist Michael Scott alongside works from the museum’s own collections in the exhibition America’s Epic Treasures featuring Preternatural by Michael Scott, now open. America’s Epic Treasures features 33 major works organized around Earth’s […]

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Oil paintings by Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis sold at Miller & Miller Auctions

Oil paintings by Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis sold at Miller & Miller Auctions

A pair of oil on board paintings by the Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis (1901-1970) blasted through their pre-sale estimates to finish at a combined $501,500, and a group of letters written by Lewis to a fellow artist and confidante hit $82,600 in an online Canadiana & Decorative Arts auction held May 14th by Miller […]

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Perennial, prints and drawings by Gail Flanery at 440 Gallery

Perennial, prints and drawings by Gail Flanery at 440 Gallery

BROOKLYN, NY – 440 Gallery is proud to present Perennial, an exhibition of prints and drawings by Brooklyn artist Gail Flanery, on view June 1 – July 3, 2022. For her sixth solo show at the gallery, Flanery has assembled a collection of work that explores facets of nature in both a figurative and abstract […]

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Abstract painting by Paul Jenkins for Antiques & Modern’s auction sale

Abstract painting by Paul Jenkins for Antiques & Modern’s auction sale

A large Abstract Expressionist acrylic on canvas painting by the acclaimed American artist Paul Jenkins (1923-2012) is the expected headliner in a Fine Artwork, Estate Jewelry & Decorative Arts auction planned for Saturday, May 7th, by Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery. The online-only auction, at 1 pm Eastern time, is packed with 510 quality lots. […]

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Arts Gowanus on Atlantic Avenue Artwalk is BACK!

Arts Gowanus on Atlantic Avenue Artwalk is BACK!

Arts Gowanus has again teamed up with the Atlantic Avenue BID and the Atlantic Avenue LDC to bring you “Arts Gowanus on Atlantic Avenue ArtWalk”! First conceived in 2020, the Atlantic Avenue Artwalk will feature Gowanus artists displaying their work in storefront windows, outdoor spaces and inside of businesses on Atlantic Avenue. This art walk […]

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Arts Gowanus announce Patterns Gala 2022

Arts Gowanus announce Patterns Gala 2022

The Arts Gowanus Patterns Gala will be an outdoor event at which all attendees will be heavily encouraged to wear the craziest patterns they can– Please join us for a very special evening on May 12th, the Gala will include live music by La Cumbiamba, food stands from iconic Brooklyn eateries, and a silent auction […]

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Short Stories by Robin Roi on view at 440 Gallery

Short Stories by Robin Roi on view at 440 Gallery

Brooklyn, NY – From April 27 through May 29, 2022, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn, is proud to present Short Stories, an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Robin Roi. This is Robin Roi’s first solo show at the gallery. Consisting of intricately-patterned surfaces that are imbedded with imaginative narratives, Roi’s pieces are layered and collaged with […]

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Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective on view at Palitz Gallery in NYC extended

Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective on view at Palitz Gallery in NYC extended

Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective, a special exhibition of work by Morton Kaish (SU ’49) on view in the Palitz Gallery at Syracuse University’s Lubin House in New York City, has been extended through April 22, 2022. Organized by Vanja Malloy, Director and Chief Curator of Syracuse University Art Museum and Kaish (SU ’49), the […]

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