Episode 221 WEDNESDAY, 7/7/21

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Ocean Embroidery Inspired by Satellite Images Showcase the Vast Beauty of the Sea

Article by Sara Barnes on My Modern Met.

unearthing the past, present, and future of land art — the movement made in monumental natural expanses

Article by nina azzarello on Design Boom.

gianfranco gorgoni, robert smithson’s spiral jetty, rozel point, great salt lake, utah, 1970 | 2013 chromogenic print | photograph from the collection of the nevada museum of art, the altered landscape, carol franc buck collection, with additional support from the estate of nancy l. peppin;
photograph © estate of gianfranco gorgoni; artwork from the collection of dia art foundation; artwork © holt/smithson foundation and dia art foundation / VAGA at artists rights society (ARS), NY

large-scale sculptures exhibited at könig gallery invite viewers to reflect on human interaction

Article by SESSHAFT on Design Boom.

name: SESSHAFT
artist: andreas schmitten
exhibited at: KÖNIG GALERIE, berlin, germany
exhibition date: 26 june, 2020 till 29 august, 2020

Remarks on Color: Eponymous Black

Article by Eve Wood on Artillery.

Robert Motherwell, Elegy Study, 1949

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pop print picks – various artists on artfinder.com

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Episode 191 – WEDNESDAY, 4/14/21

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Banknote embroidery as political art – in pictures

Article by Alice Fisher on The Guardian.

Lee Webber’s embroidered American dollar banknotes. Photograph: All images © Stacey Lee Webber

Figures Experience Constraint and Confinement in Bronze Sculptures by Khaled DAWWA

Article by Grace Ebert on Colossal.

The Momentary: A Former Factory in Bentoville Gets a New Lease of Life as an Art-Filled Cultural Hub

Article by ERIC DAVID on Yatzer.

Camille Pissarro: Transatlantic struggle for painting stolen by Nazis

Article by Lucy Williamson on BBC News.

The painting had been hidden there by a Jewish couple, Raoul and Yvonne Meyer, the heirs of famous French department store Galeries Lafayette. It was 1941, and France had already been under German control for a year. The Pissarro canvas disappeared into Nazi custody.

This Artist Creates Textured Coral Sculptures With Porcelain

Article by Jessica Wang on Apartment Therapy.

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roseanne jones – mixed media

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Episode 151 – MONDAY, 1/11/21

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The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam Has Digitized 709,000 Works of Art, Including Famous Works by Rembrandt and Vermeer

Article by Josh Jones on Open Culture.

The sordid truth behind Degas’ ballet dancers

Article by Julia Fiore on CNN – Arts.

Young ballet dancers came from impoverished backgrounds and faced a system of predatory behavior and abuse. Credit: Edgar Degas

THE WOMAN WHO STOLE VERMEER

Article by Anthony M. Amore on Spreaker.

‘brette haus’ is a tiny prefabricated house that unfolds in only three hours

Article by sofia lekka angelopoulou on Design Boom.

patchwork fields and embroidered landscapes by victoria rose richards

Article by lynne myers on Design Boom.

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alfred ng – watercolor

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