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Arts & Education at the Hoyt will present “Stir the Conversation: Art as Dialogue” from Nov. 9 through Jan. 9 in the main galleries. The exhibit is a collection of works by internationally acclaimed...
During the events of World War II, the small village...
 Art #ceramics #gender #gold #identity #sculpture #thread January 22, 2021 Christopher Jobson All images courtesy of Paradigm Gallery, shared with permission Through nine ceramic bowls, Yurim Gough untangles the complex narratives surrounding performance, appearance, and gender fluidity. Her identity-centric pieces—which are infused with layers of pencil renderings,...
 Art Photography #art history #painting January 21, 2021 Grace Ebert https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKaZYTwmjwU Last year, researchers released records from nearly two years of analysis of Johannes Vermeer’s most-recognized artwork, “Girl With a Pearl Earring.” While their findings didn’t include the subject’s highly sought-after identity, they did...
 Art Design #farming #installation #light #plants #sustainability January 22, 2021 Grace Ebert  Spread across a thick field of leeks in the Netherlands is Daan Roosegaarde’s new installation that illuminates the practice of modern farming, highlighting the fields that feed us and their plights. In “Grow,” the...
Resting atop Kvitfjell in Norway is the cozy Kvitfjell Cabin that spans 26 meters long allowing for more views of the neighboring mountaintops and the horizon. Kvitfjell (Norwegian for “White Mountain”) is a ski resort created for the...
 Art Photography #art history #painting January 21, 2021 Grace Ebert https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKaZYTwmjwU Last year, researchers released records from nearly two years of analysis of Johannes Vermeer’s most-recognized artwork, “Girl With a Pearl Earring.” While their findings didn’t include the subject’s highly sought-after identity, they did...
 Illustration #animals #birds #books #color #drawing #insects #landscapes #nature January 21, 2021 Grace Ebert All images © Isabelle Simler, shared with permission French illustrator and author Isabelle Simler deftly renders the liminal time surrounding dusk through a poetic exploration of Earth’s rarest color. The Blue Hour winds through the...
“Clio’s Dream,” bronze, blue patina, 2020 For the Spanish artist duo...
Amsterdam-based artist Rosa de Jong creates fantastical miniature landscapes that...
 Art #Kosovo #mural #public art #street art #video January 20, 2021 Grace Ebert  “At that time it wasn’t easy for me to be in the public with my camera because the country was very sensitive to reporters like me,” photojournalist Hazir Reka tells a group...