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Embrace Autumn's Cozy Charm with Framed Artwork for Your Country House

Embrace Autumn's Cozy Charm with Framed Artwork for Your Country House

At The Picturalist, we offer a curated selection of framed art and photography that’s perfect for decorating your country house during the fall season. Our pieces capture the essence of autumn – from golden forests to cozy interiors bathed in warm, soft light. Here are some ideas to infuse your home with autumnal ambiance: As …

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Olga McNamara: A Journey into Emotional Expressionism

Olga McNamara: A Journey into Emotional Expressionism

Olga McNamara: A Cultural Tapestry in Art The journey of Olga McNamara, an artist whose life experiences and diverse cultural influences seamlessly blend into her abstract expressionism paintings, is as rich and varied as her artworks. Born in the sun-kissed landscapes of Uzbekistan, Olga’s early years were steeped in a world alive with vibrant colors …

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Spectacular Winning Photos From The Underwater Photographer Of The Year 2024

Spectacular Winning Photos From The Underwater Photographer Of The Year 2024

Underwater Photographer of the year: ‘Whale bones’ by Alex Dawson (Sweden) View the stunning photos from the competition for Underwater Photographer of the Year 2024! We are incredibly grateful to all of the amazing photographers who entered this year, as there was an extraordinary volume of entries and beautiful photos. The collection is an eloquent …

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Sarah Ball is "Tilted" in New York

Sarah Ball is "Tilted" in New York

Stephen Friedman Gallery presents the first solo exhibition by British artist Sarah Ball in New York. The show comprises a new body of paintings exploring notions of dandyism in the 21st century. This presentation precedes a major solo exhibition at Longlati Foundation, Shanghai in 2025. Portraying individuals who embrace self-expression and challenge conventions of gender, Ball spotlights facial …

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Required Reading

Required Reading

‣ Reporting for New Lines Magazine, Matthew Petti finds out that a fanatical Israel settlement is being funded by suburbanites on Long Island: A lot of money is at stake. An investigation by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz found that the settlements received $220 million in total from American charities from 2009 to 2013. Americans have donated …

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Wim Delvoye “The Order of Things” at The Museum of Art and History (MAH), Geneva

Wim Delvoye “The Order of Things” at The Museum of Art and History (MAH), Geneva

For its fourth XL exhibition, the Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève (MAH) invited Wim Delvoye (1965) to investigate the museum’s connection to its collections and institutions. The visual artist will present an original artistic and aesthetic experience that deeply explores our relationship to art and the objects around us. Following previous artists Jakob Lena …

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University Museums May Be the Best Repository for Private Antiquities Collections Lacking Provenance

University Museums May Be the Best Repository for Private Antiquities Collections Lacking Provenance

Editor’s Note: Elizabeth Marlowe is an associate professor of art and art history at Colgate University. Marlowe’s research spans antiquities looting and repatriation, the art market, and the decolonization of museums. The harms of looting—whether colonial plunder or tomb-robbing for cash—have, by this point, been well established. Religious rites go neglected and communal ties fade …

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