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  • Tragedy and the Will to Live: The Obsessive Art of Charlotte Salomon - New York Times

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 04:02:09 GMT

    New York Times

    Tragedy and the Will to Live: The Obsessive Art of Charlotte Salomon
    New York Times
    That Salomon's art has so far remained little known is something the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam is hoping to change by showing the artist's legacy work, “Life? or Theater?,” comprising almost 800 gouache paintings, accompanying texts and ...

  • Looted antiquities allegedly on sale at London Frieze Masters art fair - The Guardian

    Sun, 22 Oct 2017 17:04:33 GMT

    The Guardian

    Looted antiquities allegedly on sale at London Frieze Masters art fair
    The Guardian
    In January 2015, the art squad of the Italian carabinieri hosted a press conference in Rome at which they proudly displayed more than 5,000 illicit antiquities, with an estimated value of €50m (£45m), that they had repatriated to Italy from a ...

  • What Work of Art Has Changed Your Life? - New York Times

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 05:30:37 GMT

    New York Times

    What Work of Art Has Changed Your Life?
    New York Times
    What message or lesson do you take from the life-changing work, whether it is a play, novel, poem, song, album, movie, television show or any other art form? — Has the work of art “changed your self-esteem,” as BD Wong says “M.Butterfly” did for him?

  • Art of the Rockies will change hands as Norm and Pat Toman retire - Loveland Reporter-Herald

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 00:56:39 GMT

    Art of the Rockies will change hands as Norm and Pat Toman retire
    Loveland Reporter-Herald
    Norm and Pat Toman stand Friday behind the counter at Art of the Rockies, the custom frame shop they have owned for 22 years. The Tomans are retiring Oct. 31, and the owners of Schissler Academy of Fine Arts and Colorado Fine Art Supply will take over ...

  • Painting away the pain: Tampa leads in art therapy for injured ... - ABC Action News

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 06:50:00 GMT

    ABC Action News

    Painting away the pain: Tampa leads in art therapy for injured ...
    ABC Action News
    The James A. Haley Veterans Hospital has become a leader in art therapy for military veterans.

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  • Outsider art sale Christian-Leopold Heppe - Telegraph.co.uk

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 10:53:00 GMT

    Telegraph.co.uk

    Outsider art sale Christian-Leopold Heppe
    Telegraph.co.uk
    Newcastle auctioneers, Anderson & Garland, stole a march on the big London auction rooms last week by selling the 'Outsider' art collection of Christian-Leopold Heppe for a double estimate £650,000, setting several records in the process. In a clever ...

  • Locals explore art on bikes - Yale Daily News (blog)

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 04:21:55 GMT

    Locals explore art on bikes
    Yale Daily News (blog)
    The free bike tours of local studios were organized by Artspace, a New Haven nonprofit that highlights the work of rising artists and offers opportunities for audiences to be exposed to new art. The tours, which took place from noon to 4 p.m. on ...

  • Tyler Morning Telegraph - Valerosa Designs and Gallery helping ... - Tyler Morning Telegraph

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 00:36:00 GMT

    Tyler Morning Telegraph - Valerosa Designs and Gallery helping ...
    Tyler Morning Telegraph
    Designer Neita Fran Ward seems to wear many hats – entrepreneur, educator and entertainer – but one thing she does not claim to be is an artist. Some might ...

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  • Artists approach Skowhegan art show with broad strokes - Portland ... - Press Herald

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 00:39:03 GMT

    Artists approach Skowhegan art show with broad strokes - Portland ...
    Press Herald
    The show, "Not Just Another Pretty Picture," opens Sunday with works a little darker, maybe even deeper, than landscapes. By Doug HarlowMorning Sentinel.

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  • Art Free Zone: Out West and Against the Odds - The Adelaide Review

    Mon, 23 Oct 2017 01:44:21 GMT

    The Adelaide Review

    Art Free Zone: Out West and Against the Odds
    The Adelaide Review
    On an annual road pilgrimage to escape the vanilla-sky routines of an over-familiar art world this structure was a reminder that the most rudimentary of forms, sited in the most 'non-art' of places can sometimes speak to the imagination in ways ...