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Located in Oaxaca, Mexico, Casa Wabi is a refuge for artists and the local community, designed by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando.
Artist Bosco Sodi Creates an Art Utopia with Architect Tadao Ando
Brooklyn-based artist Bosco Sodi's new arts foundation in Oaxaca, Mexico, designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando, is meant to be "a refuge for artists and the local community."
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A doctored photo from Shutterstock showed people viewing "invisible art" at the "Schulberg Gallery" in New York.
'Invisible Art' Exhibition Rattles Art World Wary Folks
An image of people staring intently at stark gallery walls along with a compelling artist's story of creating "invisible art," some of it "heavy" sculpture, caused an uproar on the Internet this week.
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Terra Foundation Announces National Tour and Published Anthology of American Masterpiece
The Terra Foundation for American Art announced today that Samuel F. B. Morse’s monumental painting Gallery of the Louvre will embark on a multi-year national tour in January. Kicking off ...
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Chicago businessman and art collector Daniel J.  Terra (1911–1996) poses next to Samuel F.  B.  Morse’s iconic painting Gallery of the Louvre, which has been a signature work in the Terra Foundation’s collection ever since it was acquired in by Mr.  Terra in 1982.
Ai Weiwei at Blenheim Palace
'Ai Weiwei: Not at Blenheim Palace' Film Goes Behind the Scenes
A brief art film from London's NOWNESS gives a portrait of the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, estranged from his biggest UK exhibition to date.
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Adolph Alexander Weinman (1870-1952), Descending Night, ca.  1914-1915, bronze sculpture, 26 1/2 x 21 1/12 x 10 in., Collection of Dr.  Michael Nieland.  Photograph courtesy of Conner Rosenkranz
Extensive Collection of American Sculpture Gifted to the Westmoreland Museum of American Art
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art has announced recent gift of an extensive collection of American sculpture given by long-time supporter Dr. Michael Nieland. Featured in the ...
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The Splendor and Craft of Quilts Spanning Over 400 Years To Be Examined in a Landmark Book Published by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in Association with Yale University Press on October 28
Destined to be one of the most useful and visually stunning references on quilts and quilting with more than 300 color images, FOUR CENTURIES OF QUILTS: The Colonial Williamsburg ...
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Lot 15: Newcomb College, Early Vase with Bats, $30,000 – $40,000
Work by Paul Evans, Harry Bertoia, George Nakashima, Charles Rohlfs, Emile Galle, Robert Arneson, and Lino Tagliapietra among Highlights of Rago’s October 18-19 Auctions.
On Saturday October 18th and Sunday October 19th, the Rago Arts and Auction Center will hold its auction of Early 20th Century Decorative Arts and Modern Design. Early 20th C. ...
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