Episode 199 WEDNESDAY, 5/5/21

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eyes, tongues, flowers + knots emerge from punctured pots in ‘LOEWE weaves’ collection

Article by myrto katsikopoulou on Design Boom.

The 10 Best Sci-Fi Movies on Amazon Prime Video

Article by JOSH BELL on How To Geek.

50 Years Ago, Romare Bearden and His Colleagues Founded a New York Gallery for Artists of Color. A New Show Celebrates Its Legacy

Article by Sarah Cascone on Art Net News.

Norman Lewis and students at the Art Students League of New York. Photo courtesy of the Art Students League of New York.

Scientists Tried and Failed to Stop a Hypothetical Deadly Asteroid in an Exercise

Article by Becky Ferreira on Motherboard by Vice.

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Episode 88 – Monday, 7/27/20

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My Art for Sale: www.artfinder.com/stressart

My Website: www.stressart.com

GREAT OUTFITS IN FASHION HISTORY: DAVEED DIGGS IN A VERY, VERY COLORFUL AGNÈS B. SUIT

Article by Whitney Bauck on Fashionist.

Handmade from Recycled Wool, this 20 ft Long Tapestry of the World is Incredible

Article on Twisted Sifter.

Check out this incredible 20 ft long tapestry by Textile artist Vanessa Barragão. Handmade with ancestral techniques such as latch hook, crochet and felt; the 20 x 6.5 ft (600 x 200 cm) tapestry used 8 kg (18 lbs) of jute and cotton and 42 kg (93 lbs) of recycled wool. The piece took Barragão and her team more than 520 hours to weave.

gijs van vaerenbergh’s ‘giant sculpture’ emerges from a belgian dune

Article by Kat Barandy on DesignBoom.

all images © matthijs van der burgt

eva fàbregas tangles visitors in a sensory sculptural gut at the yokohama triennale

Article by nina azzarello on DesignBoom.

The world’s largest art gallery is on the internet, more than 10,000 works in spaces never seen

Article by Kim Diaz on CheckerSaga.

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alistair brown

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