The Figure-Filled Art of Angelo Musco

Angelo Musco’s textured work uses the photographed human body as its building blocks. The results are landscapes and structures literally teeming with life. Below, his studio offers a preview of his new project arriving this fall: “The Land of Scars,” a work that takes an even more personal and churning turn than previous series.More …

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Joseph Raphael’s “Tea in the Orchard” to Feature at Bonhams’ Upcoming Auction

Joseph Raphael’s “Tea in the Orchard” to Feature at Bonhams’ Upcoming AuctionJoseph Raphael’s “Tea in the Orchard” will be featured at Bonhams’ upcoming auction, “California and Western Paintings and Sculpture” that will be held on August 6, 2019, in Los Angeles. The pre-auction estimate of this artwork is between US$ 400,000 – 600,000 and it will be presented in lot 21 at the auction.This art piece has made its prior exhibits at The Art Institute of Chicago, Oakland Art Gallery, and at Irvine Museum, California Impressionists, to name a few. Being one of Joseph Raphel’s most sought-after art pieces, it has…

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Tom Holland is the first Spider-Man to make over $1 billion at box office

Everyone has been absolutely loving Tom Holland‘s version of Spider-Man, and apparently so much so he’s setting records for the superhero. The latest Spidey film, Spider-Man: Far From Home, is the first Spider-Man movie to make over a billion dollars. Read More: Chris Adler Megadeth drum kit lost in Betraying The Martyrs van fire  Not only is the new […]
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‘Hyperrealistic Sculpture’ Focus of Taipei Exhibition

Ron Mueck The exhibition “Reshaped Reality: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Sculpture” has currently taken over at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taiwan, with the likes of Patricia Piccinini, Ron Mueck, and several others. The survey of hyperrealistic figurative work features both larger-than-life and distorted takes on the human form. The exhibition runs through Sept. 22 at the space. More …

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Renato Nicolodi’s “Proximi Mei Meum Fundamentum” at Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Wijnegem

Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Wijnegem, is hosting “Proximi Mei Meum Fundamentum,” a solo exhibition of work by Renato Nicolodi (Brussels, 1980). The exhibition is on view through August 19, 2019.According to the gallery, Nicolodi’s family history runs like a thread through the exhibition. His family and loved ones are the foundation and strength of both his art practice and quest in life: “Proximi Mei Meum Fundamentum.”On the first floor, the exhibition shows some direct testimonials via photographs and a video projection with the same name as the exhibition. The photographs of family members on the altar-shaped table are tangible memories of a…

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Saint Slumber wander through dreams in new music video—watch

Saint Slumber are nowhere near sleeping ahead of their forthcoming EP. The band are teaming up with AP to share the radiant visuals for their latest single, “SLEEPTALK.” Illuminated by a wall of lights, the band tell a complex story of dreams and nightmares through intense visuals. Read more: Forever 21 faces backlash over including […]
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Inside TeamLab’s Immersive ‘A Forest Where Gods Live’

At the Takeo Onsen hot springs in Japan, teamLab’s immersive, massive installation has returned to the historic Mifuneyama Rakuen Park, now adding a daytime component to “A Forest Where Gods Live.” The teamLab exhibition differs from similar immersive efforts such as Meow Wolf and Onedome in that it uses an expansive outdoor space while paying homage to its history—as well as interactive elements.(teamLab was last featured here.)More …

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