Samantha Fast talks about favorite artworks, dream museums and all that UAHA has to offer – 71Bait

Samantha Fast is a senior at Florida State University (FSU) with a major in art history and museology. Outside of her classes, she practices at the FSU Museum of Fine Arts and is co-president of the Undergraduate Art History Association (UAHA). This week I got to sit down with her and talk about art, museology … Read more

“Frieze Storm” rocks the Korean art market – 71Bait

Park Yuna ANN/KOREA HERALD — Frieze Seoul was a storm. The opening event wasn’t just about the art fair; It brought a new culture to the city and created a platform to talk about art. Parties and exhibitions at galleries and museums in Seoul’s art districts were packed with people late into the night. “It’s … Read more

Going to the chapel – richmondmagazine.com – 71Bait

Among the perks of visiting the traveling ‘Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition’, housed in a former H&M through Sunday October 9, is that the show is accessible – plenty of parking at Stony Point Fashion Park – the work shown live, or near life size so you can’t see the art more than 60 feet … Read more

Haneyl Choi’s sculptures ooze poise. They have made him one of the most in-demand artists in Korea’s contemporary art world – 71Bait

Haneyl Choi’s sculptures defy easy categorization; The variety of materials, methods and motifs he employs in his practice challenges the viewer to question assumptions about contemporary art and sexual identity. Nowhere is this more evident than in his most recent solo exhibition, Tae, which is being shown jointly at P21 and Gallery2. With some 40 … Read more

Autumn Museum Guide: Art in Hyde Park | Evening summary – 71Bait

Arts Center Hyde Park 5020 S. Cornell Ave. The group exhibition “The language between the worlds” is open until October 29th. It features work by five artists, including two former HPAC residents, who examine racial inequality in American society through their own language of symbols, visual cues, and narrative structures. Paintings, drawings, textiles and prints … Read more

‘I will learn from the master and then break the mold’: How Tiona Nekkia McClodden expanded her role from artist to cultural historian – 71Bait

Tiona Nekkia McClodden, who was first recognized for her work as a filmmaker, is enjoying a moment of well-deserved praise in the art world. Perhaps most notably, the artist has received critical acclaim I prayed to the wrong god for you her contribution to the 2019 Whitney Biennial. With a solo show at David Zwirner’s … Read more

River City Summary: August 22, 2022 – 71Bait

Summer is drawing to a close, but there are still ways to take advantage of the warm temperatures at outdoor events such as B. a pet block party at the Richmond Animal League; a celebration of Latin American culture in Ashland; Crab, Beer and Music on Brown’s Island; and the Chesterfield County Fair. Nice week! … Read more

Work by the Mannheim artist included in the permanent collection of the Lancaster Museum of Art; Learn more about the 60th Annual Community Art Exhibit | entertainment – 71Bait

Tranquil natural scenes, colorful cityscapes, original assemblage pieces and surreal abstractions. Entries at the Lancaster Museum of Art’s 60th Annual Community Art Exhibit are as diverse as Lancaster County’s landscapes and the people who inhabit them. Young and old artists, from beginners to professionals with decades of experience, are shown side by side in the … Read more

What mysteries lie beneath the surface of Picasso’s Blue Period paintings? | Smart Messages – 71Bait

Jan Recker Daily Correspondent Over the past two decades, researchers have uncovered hidden underpaintings in several works from Pablo Picasso’s Blue Period. Most famously, investigations around the turn of the millennium uncovered a woman’s face underneath The old guitarist (1903-1904). More recently, conservation has revealed overpainted elements in The Blue Room (1901), Crouching beggar (1902) … Read more

Denver Art Museum’s Highly Anticipated Renovation Centers Speak to Indigenous Voices Smart Messages – 71Bait

The newly renovated campus of the Denver Art Museum with the 50,000 square foot Sie Welcome Center in the foreground James Florio Photography / Denver Art Museum Fifty years after the Denver Art Museum (DAM) opened, the high-rise Lanny & Sharon Martin Building looks more or less as it did in 1971: a modernist, castle-like … Read more