#Art Gallery

Khloe Kardashian Takes Art Basel in Slouchy Cargo Pants and Hidden Footwear

Khloe Kardashian brought her style a-game while making the trek to Art Basel yesterday in Miami alongside her sister Kim Kardashian and Serena Williams. Just like Khloe and her famous friends and family members, many celebrities make the pilgrimage to the annual for-profit, privately owned and operated international art fair to catch a glimpse of some of the world’s most incredible pieces. Making a casual but stylish statement, the Good American owner wore what appeared to be a sleek black bodysuit which she paired with high waisted black distressed cargo pants with a slouchy fit. The trousers were boxy and long down to...
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Polly Jo Gates Simmons

Polly Jo Simmons died unexpectedly of a pulmonary embolism the morning of October 23, 2022. She is survived by her husband, Aaron Michael Simmons, and her three children: Peggy Jo Simmons (11), Hazel Maude Simmons (8) and Cary Jay Simmons (5). Polly was born on March 17, 1979 to Samuel...
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‘The Witcher: Blood Origin’ Official Trailer And Key Art Unveiled By Netflix

Netflix has released its trailer and key art for The Witcher: Blood Origin at the CCXP event in Brazil, also revealing that Joey Batey will star as Jaskier in the four-part series. It will bow on Sunday, December 25. Set in an elven world 1200 years before the world of The Witcher, Blood Origin will tell the tale of the creation of the first prototype Witcher, and the events that lead to the pivotal conjunction of the spheres, when the world of monsters, men, and elves merged to become one. Sophia Brown and Laurence O’Fuarain play Éile and Fjall, two warriors estranged...
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Family Fun Things to Do: Van Gogh, The Immersive Experience at the Tower Theatre

This post includes affiliate links. If you purchase anything through these affiliated links, we may earn a commission. The Tower Theatre in Philadelphia is currently hosting the Van Gogh Immersive Experience, a must-see for art lovers of all ages. The exhibit features more than 40 pieces by Vincent van Gogh, as well as interactive elements that allow visitors to explore the artist's life and work. This is a great opportunity to introduce your children to one of the world's most famous painters!

Lawrence arts organizations collaborate to present Holiday Art Market Crawl

Three local arts organizations are collaborating to put on a two-day holiday art market, where shoppers can pop around to multiple events in East Lawrence. The Lawrence Art Guild, LOLA (Ladies of Lawrence Artwork collective), and Art Emergency will host the first East Lawrence Art District Holiday Market Crawl, showcasing paintings, photography, woodwork, jewelry, textiles and more, according to a news release.

For ‘Bardo’s Alejandro González Iñárritu, “Art Exists Because Life Is Not Enough” – Contenders International

Multiple Oscar winner Alejandro González Iñárritu has returned to his Mexican roots with Netflix’s Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths. While there are some personal elements in the film, it is not an autobiography, rather what he prefers to call an “autofiction.” The movie, which is Mexico’s entry for the International Feature Oscar, documents one man’s cultural rediscovery as he leaves Los Angeles and returns to Mexico. After receiving a prestigious award for his work in journalism and documentary filmmaking, Silverio (Daniel Giménez Cacho) is compelled to re-examine his roots. Upon arrival, he contends with embarrassing memories from the past...

Art Basel Is Trolling the Rich Again

Diplo has about $3 million in the bank, FYI. The celebrity DJ who once streamed Sophie Turner’s wedding to Joe Jonas (remember that?) claimed to have “won” Miami Art Basel this year. One of the most talked-about pieces at the annual art fair is an ATM that posts your picture and bank balance if you use it. The ATM has a leaderboard, which Diplo topped on December 2. At the time he posted his “high score” on social media, Diplo had $3,004,913.06 in his account. So we know his cash assets, but do we know if he’s in on the joke? This piece is from Brooklyn art collective MSCHF, who are known for their trolly stunt art. “ATM Leaderboard is an extremely literal distillation of wealth-flaunting impulses,” MSCHF co-founder Daniel Greenberg said on NPR. “From its conception, we had mentally earmarked this work for a location like Miami Basel, a place where there is a dense concentration of people renting Lamborghinis and wearing Rolexes.” The piece is goofing on ostentatious displays of wealth, Diplo. Having the most ostentatious display isn’t the flex you think it is. The ATM was a collab between MSCHF and the gallery Perrotin. They had the banana duct-taped to the wall, to give some more context on where everyone involved stands on the art-versus-prank spectrum.

Momoko Cotter’s art show is in KC

Momoko Usami Cotter, Barnard, has produced a solo art show, Lachrymalia, at the Habitat Contemporary Gallery, 2012 Baltimore Avenue, Kansas City which will be on display until Friday, December 16. She will be presenting an artist talk at 5 pm, along with art residency musicians playing music inspired by her...

McNeese art majors showcase work at an art sale

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) -Creativity is such an important skill to have as you enter the workforce. Students showcased their artwork at McNeese where they sold their original artwork. Fully crafted pieces, handmade oil paintings, ceramic pottery, and more were displayed at McNeese State University for their annual holiday art...

Exhibition at Alison Bradley Projects a curated selection of ceramics

NEW YORK, NY.- Alison Bradley Projects is presenting FIRE: A Curated Selection of Ceramics, featuring work by artists Jane Yang-D'Haene, George Ohr, Miwa Neishi, Nick Mauss, Keiko Narahashi, Fawn Krieger, Jiha Moon, Ewen Henderson, Yoona Hur, Yuta Segawa, David Kennedy Cutler, William J. O'Brien, Ruth Duckworth, Toshiko Takaezu, Beate Kuhn, and more.

Art Institute receives a remarkable collection and $3M endowment gift from The Stenn Family

CHICAGO, IL.- The Art Institute of Chicago is pleased to announce both the acquisition of a transformative collection of contemporary prints and drawings and a financial gift from The Stenn Family. A promised gift of 97 prints and drawings—from artists including Josef Albers, Eva Hesse, Lee Bontecou, Judy Chicago, Donald Judd, and Sol LeWitt—will be united with more than 100 previously given works from The Stenn Family, creating a truly outstanding collection of works on paper by Pop, Conceptual, and Minimal artists from the 20th century. Representing an era that saw a radical change in how works on paper were made, used, and appreciated, this gift will allow museum visitors to see an expansive representation of this foundational moment in the history of drawing.

Canadian Black Visual Artists

Canadian Black Visual Artists. Her works, at once elegant and highly political, are often related to a particular location and unravel as ritualistic expressions tied to the body, the land, language, violence and colonialism. This exhibition developed by the royal ontario museum challenges preconceived notions of blackness in canada through the work of eight contemporary artists.

This ATM at Art Basel has a twist: It posts a picture of you with your bank balance

What if everyone in a room knew your bank balance?. A Brooklyn art collective has created an ATM that lets people put their balance on display at the Art Basel in Miami Beach. The ATM created by MSCHF puts the cash balance of those who use it on display at the art fair and ranks people by wealth. American DJ and music producer Diplo posted on Twitter a video of him taking the No. 1 spot on the ATM at $3 million on Friday.

The Vancouver Art Gallery presents 'Guud san glans Robert Davidson: A Line That Bends But Does Not Break'

Robert Davidson, T-Silli-AA-Lis, Raven Finned Killer Whale, 1983, screenprint on paper,. Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. David Young. VANCOUVER, BC.- The Vancouver Art Gallery presents Guud san glans Robert Davidson: A Line That Bends But Does Not Break from November 26, 2022 to April 16, 2023, an exhibition of Robert Davidson’s renowned prints and paintings spanning his decades-long career. The exhibition draws on the Vancouver Art Gallery’s extensive collection of Davidson’s work, supplemented by paintings from private collections, showcasing his profound knowledge of Haida art and his ability to revive, preserve and innovate brilliantly within the Haida tradition.

Tim Van Laere Gallery opens a group show

ANTWERP.- Tim Van Laere Gallery is presenting Let's Go!, a group exhibition presenting works by Bram Demunter, Jean Dubuffet, Kati Heck, Leiko Ikemura, Stanislava Kovalcikova, Friedrich Kunath, Jonathan Meese, Albert Oehlen, Tobias Pils, Tal R, Ben Sledsens, Ettore Spaletti, Dennis Tyfus, Rinus Van de Velde, Inès Van den Kieboom, Henk Visch, and Franz West.

Adelson Galleries New York opens Patrick Hughes' first solo show in New York since 2017

NEW YORK, NY.- Adelson Galleries New York presents Patrick Hughes: A New Perspective. This exhibition — Hughes' first solo show in New York since 2017 — exemplifies the artist’s array of subject matter, from Venetian scenes to complex interiors and still lives. The exhibition is primarily composed of new Reverspective paintings exhibited for the first time, as well as several of Hughes’ collaged paintings and multiples.

Travis Scott, 50 Cent Sing at Art Basel Bash, Kardashians Attend

Artwork Basel after darkish! Travis Scott, 50 Cent and extra stars turned up in Miami to rejoice the annual competition throughout Wayne and Cynthia Boich’s gathering. The married couple hosted a star-studded gathering at their waterfront residence on Friday, December 2. After an intimate dinner, the gang transitioned from the eating room for the “After Darkish” extravaganza. Scott, 31, and the “In Da Membership” rapper, 57, each took the stage to carry out their greatest hits.

London's Apollo Art Auctions invites collectors to Dec. 11 holiday 'feast' of antiquities, cultural art

Striking circa 500-300 BC Chalcidian helmet of hammered tinned bronze with sharply flaring neck-guard, slender nose guard running to broad, arching eye openings below two convex eyebrows. Excellent condition, with included custom-made stand. Estimate £6,000-£9,000 ($7,360-$11,040) LONDON.- Apollo Art Auctions hopes to make your Christmas merry and bright...