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Frieze New York, First Live Art Fair in a Year, Kicks Off at the Shed

1 day ago   |   NY Times

Our critics toured more than 60 booths - a sight for art-starved eyes. Here are 16 highlights to catch, in person or virtually.
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Disappearing Spouses and Dead Boyfriends

2 days ago   |   NY Times

Sarah Weinman on four new mysteries that brim with cunning and subterfuge.
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Pearlnut, Sarah Illenberger

2 days ago   |   This isn't Happiness


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A New Testament to the Fury and Beauty of Activism During the AIDS Crisis

3 days ago   |   NY Times

Sarah Schulman's “Let the Record Show” is a history of ACT UP, the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, based on 17 years of interviews with nearly 200 members of the organization.
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Sarah Ball's Simple Portraits Hint at Complex Stories

3 days ago   |   NY Times   |   2 articles

The British artist's work will be on display at Frieze New York in her first solo exhibition at a major art fair.
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A Foster Parent Looks Back

3 days ago   |   NY Times

In “Stranger Care,” Sarah Sentilles recalls her experience working with child welfare agencies.
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Hidden Mother: Swaths of Fabric Disguise Figures in Mixed-Media Portraits by Artist Sarah Detweiler

Hidden Mother: Swaths of Fabric Disguise Figures in Mixed-Media Portraits by Artist Sarah Detweiler

8 days ago   |   Colossal

“The Nightowl” (2021), oil, embroidery thread, and yarn on canvas in a wood frame, 28 x 22 inches. All images courtesy of Paradigm Gallery, shared with permission The lengthy...
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Hidden Mothers: Swaths of Fabric Disguise Figures in Mixed-Media Portraits by Artist Sarah Detweiler

Hidden Mothers: Swaths of Fabric Disguise Figures in Mixed-Media Portraits by Artist Sarah Detweiler

9 days ago   |   Colossal   |   3 articles

“The Nightowl” (2021), oil, embroidery thread, and yarn on canvas in a wood frame, 28 x 22 inches. All images courtesy of Paradigm Gallery, shared with permission The lengthy...
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When a Cold Case Turns Deadly

14 days ago   |   NY Times

In her latest Crime column, Sarah Weinman reviews Amy Suiter Clarke's debut novel, “Girl, 11,” about a true-crime podcast host in a killer's cross hairs.
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How ‘Rocks' Made Stars of Its Schoolgirl Cast

14 days ago   |   NY Times

By casting first-time actors, the film tells a story rarely seen onscreen: what growing up is like for British women of color.
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

On The Sunny Side

On The Sunny Side

Saturday Leftover Day. Tom Sims was a comic strip writer who is known for little else than his stint as a writer on The Thimble Theater, the strip that was known for... Read more ...

"Green Roof"

"Green Roof"

This is my demo painting I did two days ago for my One-Day Zoom Workshop. It was another successful one. The feedbacks from my 3 Zoom workshops so far have approved that using... Read more ...

Gorgeous Sunset With Magical Statues Of Easter Island Chile Watercolor

Gorgeous Sunset With Magical Statues Of Easter Island Chile Watercolor

I was always fascinated by monumental statues of Easter Island, Chile. Here is the watercolor painting of a gorgeous sunset on Easter Island with their Moai Stones. This... Read more ...

The Art Party Circuit Comes Roaring Back at Frieze New York

But even Michael R. Bloomberg, whose name graces the building, got stuck outside the Shed until he provided the proper Covid documentation. Read more ...

Got Masks? Here's What to Do With Them

As more people are vaccinated and guidelines around mask wearing are easing, some are finding ways to preserve, repurpose and recycle their face coverings. Read more ...

Jake Tapper's Hero Is Embedded With the Rat Pack, Hoping to Catch a Rat

Tapper's new thriller, “The Devil May Dance,” plumbs the connections among Hollywood, the Mafia and the Kennedy administration. Read more ...

Trying to Imagine Post-Pandemic Life? Virginia Woolf and Toni Morrison Can Help

“To the Lighthouse” and “Beloved” suggest how to envision a world we might actually want to re-enter. Read more ...

Making a Collagraph from Mat Board with Acrylic Gloss Varnish

Making a Collagraph from Mat Board with Acrylic Gloss Varnish

This is a post from Belinda Del Pesco's Art Blog Belinda Del Pesco . Acrylic Gloss Varnish Sealer on Mat Board Collagraphs When you make a collagraph plate from mat board , the... Read more ...

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One Week Ago

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More experiments with reduction printing

More experiments with reduction printing

This is a 7 color reduction linocut print on japanese mulberry paper, roughly 9 x 11 in size. Below are each of the different colors as they were printed. Read more ...