Episode 230 SATURDAY, 8/7/21

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Original and Sophisticated Vessels by Sophie Cook

Article by Manon on Fubiz.

santiago calatrava’s art installation for the reopening of church of san gennaro in naples

Article by juliana neira on Design Boom.

yayoi kusama’s retrospective spreads polka dots at gropius bau in berlin

Article by christina petridou on Design Boom.

iris van herpen designs dresses with parley’s ocean-sourced upcycled plastic

Article by juliana neira on Design Boom.

What is abstract art? (And why your three-year-old couldn’t have made this)

Article on Artfinder.com.

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alicia rothman – painting

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Episode 229 WEDNESDAY, 8/4/21

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sotheby’s exhibits christo’s final works for ‘l’arc de triomphe, wrapped’ installation in paris

Article by sofia lekka angelopoulou on Design Boom.

Land Art: Justin Bateman “Draws” With Rocks

Article by Rain Noe on Core 77.

The legend that is Hokusai: Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji

Article by SIHAM ALI on Creative Boom.

Katsushika Hokusai – Under Mannen Bridge at Fukagawa Copyright: © TASCHEN/The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Foiled! How Advanced Technology Is Stopping Art Thieves, Looters, and Fraudsters From Hatching Their Schemes

Article by Brian Boucher on ArtNet News.

Image courtesy Interpol.

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marita tobner – mixed media

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Episode 228 SATURDAY, 7/31/21

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The Fury and Mischief of Paula Rego

Article by Anna Russell on The New Yorker

Rego’s oversized painting “The Artist in Her Studio,” from 1993.Art work © Paula Rego / Courtesy Leeds Museums and Galleries / Bridgeman Images

Michelangelo’s fingerprints discovered on the butt of a wax sculpture

Article by Thom Dunn on Boing Boing.

A pair of glasses were left on an art gallery floor, and were mistaken for modern art

Article by Kyle Macdonald on Classic FM.

I Am the Fireworks Man

Article by Isis Davis-Marks on Smithsonian Magazine.

We need a fair and formal process for restitution claims – but what would that look like?

Article by Francis FitzGibbon on Apollo Magazine.

Plaque (16th–17th century), Benin City. Photo: © Trustees of the British Museum, London

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malika sqalli – photography

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Episode 227 WEDNESDAY, 7/28/21

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unesco World Heritage List

Article by David Tusing on The National News.

Art Installation to Draw Attention on Nature

Article by Manon on Fubiz.

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Frida Kahlo: The Complete Paintings reveals the artist’s work like never before

Article by SIHAM ALI on Creative Boom.

from my vacation: Mildred b cooper memorial chapel

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hyunah kim – painting

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Episode 226 SATURDAY, 7/24/21

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There’s a Stunning Mid-Century House for Sale in Tennessee — And It Has a River in the Living Room

Article by MADELINE BILIS on Apartment Therapy.

Delicate Fabric Sculptures Inspired by the Small Wonders Found in Nature [Interview]Mariko Kusumoto

Article by Sara Barnes on My Modern Met.

Seven Bizarre Moths to Celebrate National Moth Week

Article by Margaret Osborne on Smithsonian Mag.

There are about 160,000 species of moths and butterflies worldwide, each with unique characteristics. (Smithsonian)

Mommy Cat Introduces New Kitten to Dog Friend

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Episode 225 WEDNESDAY, 7/21/21

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Whimsical, Surreal & Insightful: The Masked Portraits of Volker Hermes Breathe New Life into Classical Portraiture

Article by Eric David on Yatzer.

Volker Hermes, Hidden Antwerp School, 2021.

Giant Head Hot Air Balloon Floated Over Tokyo in Surreal Art Installation

Article by Johnny on Spoon & Tomago.

all photos by Kozo Kaneda

John Singleton Copley’s Watson and the Shark (1778)

Article on Public Domain Review.

Painting; oil on canvas; overall: 182.1 x 229.7 cm (71 11/16 x 90 7/16 in.)..framed: 241.3 x 264.2 x 10.1 cm (95 x 104 x 4 in.);

Art Shows to Visit This Summer

Article by ARIMETA DIOP on Vanity Fair.

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anna styrc – painting

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Episode 224 SATURDAY, 7/17/21

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artist draws intricate european cityscapes on 11 meters of toilet paper

Article on Design Boom.

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when faced with the pandemic lockdown of 2020, artist nethmie hetti decided to turn pen to paper… toilet paperover the course of 320 days, hetti drew intricate european cityscapes and landscapes onto a single roll of toilet paper to create a continuous 11 meter long panorama. the final work is very aptly called ‘the escape roll’, and it serves as a reflection on the artist’s past travels. 

17 Security Guards at The Baltimore Museum of Art Will Guest Curate An Exhibition

Article on Art Fix Daily.

Sam Gilliam, Blue Edge (1971) Courtesy of Baltimore Museum of Art and David Kordansky Gallery
This image is owned by The Baltimore Museum of Art; permission to reproduce this work of art must be granted in writing. Third party copyright may also be involved.

Is It a Goya? Curators at the Prado Keep Changing Their Minds Over Who Painted the Museum’s Famed ‘Colossus’

Article by Sarah Cascone on Artnet News.

Francisco Goya, ‘The Colossus (ca. 1818–25). Courtesy of Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid.
A sculpture by Maurizio Cattelan that is part of his installation, “Blind,” now on view in Milan.Credit…Maurizio Cattelan, Marian Goodman Gallery and Pirelli HangarBicocca

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Episode 223 WEDNESDAY, 7/14/21

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New Research Uncovers Leonardo Da Vinci’s Living Descendants

Article by Shanti Escalante-De Mattei on Art News.

Improve Your Watercolor Brushwork with Jean Haines: Video

Article on Artists Network

Ten contemporary artists taking fresh approaches to flowers

Article by Salomé Gómez-Upegui on Artsy.

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isabel robledo – sculpture

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