Fleeting moment by Daniel Conway (Arcipello).
Emergency, me, watercolor, 2021
Lined Paper Death Punch, me, Ballpoint and Pencil, 2016
Oliver Wetter - Forest of Daleks after Shishkin
I’m so proud of this one!
Probably one of my favorite drawing. What you think guys?
Had a lot of art block recently so drew this to try and snap out of it.
Appel à communication : « Revisiting Collecting Antiquities », RSA, Dublin 2022, date limite le 6 août 2021
The significance of owning and displaying antiquities for the Renaissance collector has never been doubted and the importance of surviving antique works of art for both collectors and artists is well understood. Recent research has shown that the meaning of these works for collectors, that underpinned their acquisition and display, is more nuanced than previously thought, often reflecting market forces as much as the reputation or scholarship of the individual owner. In light of the...
Programme et calendriers
Vous pouvez suivre les cours dans 8 lieux associatifs différents (formule à l'année, cours mensuel) ou assistez ponctuellement à une conférence dans 6 autres lieux dans l'Hérault et le Gard. Découvrez dans cet article, le programme, qui change tous les...
Les séances en vidéo nous ont permis de garder le contact. Vos séances favorites vous ont accompagné tout au long de cette année, mais vivement de pouvoir se retrouver en salle à partir de septembre pour une nouvelle saison de découvertes artistiques...
Parution : Rinaldo F. Canalis, Massimo Ciavolella (dir.), « Disease and Disability in Medieval and Early Modern Art and Literature », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021
Humanity has always shown a keen interest in the pathological, ranging from a morbid fascination with ‘monsters’ and deformities to a genuine compassion for the ill and suffering. Medieval and early modern people were no exception, expressing their emotional response to disease in both literary works and, to a somewhat lesser extent, in the plastic arts. Consequently, it becomes necessary to ask what motivated writers and artists to choose an illness or a disability and...
Apprendre le langage de l'art
"Ouvrir ses horizons, grâce à l'art! Un cours mensuel d'histoire de l'art, pour former votre regard! Vous allez découvrir ou redécouvrir les œuvres, les artistes et les mouvements artistiques dans les domaines les plus variés de la préhistoire à nos jours....
Appel à contribution : Representing Islands and Water in Early Modern Cartography, RSA, Dublin 2022, date limite le 13 août 2021
The Mediterranean islands have occupied, at least since antiquity, a central position within the political and economic imperatives of numerous civilizations. These military powers will establish various forms of maritime control over the Mediterranean space. From the Minoans to the Genoese and Venetian Thalassocracies, as well as the Ottoman Empire, the Mediterranean Sea became the scene of countless battles for control of its islands and surrounding waters (even still today). When thought as a separate...
This week, how queer sex lives have been reconfigured by the pandemic, dommes are convincing their subs to get vaccinated, carbon offsets are catching fire, and more.
Interview: The Sketchbook Project Needs Help After Its Brooklyn Collection Grows to 55,000 Globally Submitted Books
Fifteen years ago, Steven Peterman launched The Sketchbook Project, an ongoing initiative he discusses in a new interview with Colossal editor-in-chief Christopher Jobson. The project, which gathers sketchbooks filled with artwork and stories from people around the globe, has since grown into the Brooklyn Art Library, and today, that collection boasts approximately 55,000 submissions. ;
Aria Dean at Greene Naftali
Artist: Aria Dean Venue: Greene Naftali, New York Exhibition Title: Show Your Work Little Temple Date: May 7 – June 12, 2021 Note: press release available here. Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images and link available after the jump. Images: Images courtesy of Greene Naftali, New York Link: Aria Dean at Greene Naftali
Jannis Marwitz at Galerie Barbara Weiss
Artist: Jannis Marwitz Venue: Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin Exhibition Title: The Raid Date: April 30 – June 12, 2021 Note: press release available here. Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images and link available after the jump. Images: Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin Link: Jannis Marwitz at Galerie Barbara Weiss
Week in Review: May 23, 2021
This week’s featured exhibitions: Arthur Jafa at Gladstone 64 Arthur Jafa at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Paul Mpagi Sepuya at DOCUMENT Noel W. Anderson at JDJ Michiel Ceulers at Island Nora Kapfer at Édouard Montassut Daiga Grantina at Emalin Paul Lee at Adams and Ollman Ghislaine Leung at Cabinet Won Cha at LC QUEISSER […]
Jon Pylypchuk’s Chorus of Loss
Pylypchuk’s art has always been deeply engaged with the most painful parts of life, those that human beings tend to push aside or deny in order to get by.
“The Imaginary Birds” by Photographer Yota Yoshida
Guardians of Paradise: An Intimate Short Film Peers into Life in Burma
Thousands of Fresh and Artificial Flowers Overrun an Abandoned Convenience Store in a Small Michigan Town
Port Austin, Michigan, is a picturesque village on the Lake Huron shoreline lauded for its beaches, water sports, and vegetable-shaped rock formations. With a population in the hundreds, the small community relies heavily on tourism to fund its economy, a reality Detroit-based botanical artist Lisa Waud contended with in a recent pop-up installation in one of the town’s abandoned convenience stores. ;
An Asian Artist’s Isolation in New York
Yuri Yuan’s sense of isolation is an inescapable feature of her daily life, which she simultaneously examines and holds at bay through the act of painting.
Featured Artist Alan McKee
Digital artist Alan McKee uses the computer to paint with light and move beyond traditional art. ;
“The Birdsong is Deafening” by Photographer Teva Cosic
Artist Spotlight: Johan Barrios
Henri Regnault - Salome (1870)
Early Printed Books: A Chance to Turn the Pages
Explore books from the first century of printing with digitized copies from institutions around the world.
The sarcophagus of Queen Louise of Prussia (1811-14)
Reginald Baylor and the Museum’s Collectible Member Mug
This year, the Milwaukee Art Museum was pleased to work with artist and Milwaukee-area native Reginald Baylor for its annual Member mug.
Unknown - View of the Brooklyn Bridge (1900)
Garden Club’s 100th Anniversary
This year, 2021, marks a century-long relationship between the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Garden Club support group.