New Numero Group release, Ectotrophia, compiles early work by Happy Rhodes
OK, Rhodes isn't an “outsider artist” in the strictest sense — she has what folks in the biz like to call “chops,” both vocally and on her choice instruments (acoustic guitar and synthes
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Art Review: William L. Hawkins at Lindsay Gallery and the Columbus Museum of Art
Today, Hawkins is recognized internationally as a major outsider artist as well as a preeminent 20th-century painter. Hindsight affords a certain logic to this ascendancy. The sheer force of Hawkins&#
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The Kanye-Approved Clermont Twins Are Poised for Fashion Domination (NSFW)
We actually got the call when we were in Miami for Art Basel, and ended up leaving the next day to shoot. Everything happened ... all need to come together and fix this. Instagram is starting to delet
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Art Brussels Ten Of The Best From The 50th Anniversary Edition – Paul Carter Robinson
Art Brussels is one of the oldest established Contemporary art fairs in Europe. In fact, after Art Cologne, it is the second elder statesman. In many ways, these two institutions have been overshadowe
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This week: concerts in New York (April 23, 2018 – April 29, 2018)
The statement from Andy Warhol, “I never wanted to be a painter; I wanted to be a tap dancer,” serves as the basis for the program, featuring the tap dancer and body percussionist Max Pollak. In c
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Fifteen Minutes of Fame: Joe Maynard
In keeping with Andy Warhol's belief everyone should be famous for at least fifteen minutes, we bring you the stars as we make them. Name: Joe Maynard. Drink: Black Tea. Food: Fried Mushroom Burge
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Carol Britton Laws
submitted by the scope and depth of his commit
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A Restaurant Row Blooms in Brooklyn, including the Japanese Storefront Nana
The room itself is fairly barren of décor aside from wood wainscoting, hanging filament lights and spidery chandeliers, and a big red Japanese Rising Sun on a white brick wall. The tables are bare bu
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Andy Warhol collector Jordan D. Schnitzer talks about his other passion, getting the arts to childre
At the Palm Springs Art Museum Saturday morning, where 265 pieces of his Andy Warhol collection are on exhibit through May 28, Schnitzer sat down to talk about art and his other passion – bringing a
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A modern master whose passing marks the end of an era in Indian art
Acclaimed art critic and poet Ashok Vajpeyi was a close associate and lifelong friend of Kumar. It was an exhibition of Kumar's paintings that Vajpeyi saw when he first came to Delhi in 1958. “I
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Mauny Wood - a life filled with love, music and caring
Dear Mauny had an army of fans and followers and we were the lucky ones when she married art teacher and Eastern Daily Press/Evening News art critic Hamilton (Bones) Wood and moved to Norwich. They li
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Review: Modernists & Mavericks: Bacon, Freud, Hockney & the London Painters by Martin Gayford ...
It is hard to recall just how blasted postwar London was. It wasn't simply that more than 100,000 houses in the centre had been obliterated — another 2.8m were seriously damaged and, writes Mart
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This Birmingham home with cottage feel was built for works of art
An early admirer of Jackson Pollock she bought his piece “Moon Vessel.” She left major bequests to museums on her death. Her remaining art was auctioned by Sotheby's for $74 million. More: Hou
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Now Playing Onstage in New Jersey - Week of 4/20/2018
When unemployed bartender, Maude Gutman, comes to believe a painting she bought for $3 in a thrift store is really an undiscovered Jackson Pollock, she thinks she's struck it rich! But when eminen
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Kyosi Shares New Single “Mid July”
The innovative New York producer, real name Dani DiCiaccio, builds a worldly resume performing extensively in NYC, LA and Berlin, at SXSW and Art Basel, and admixes being the curator of The Thesis Gro
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What caused the shake-up at the High Museum?
Those new works include a significant group by Thornton Dial and other self-taught artists, acquired from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, plus a monumental cut-paper installation by Kara Walker calle
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Artist Li Zi to showcase artwork at Expo Beaulieu Lausanne in Switzerland
According to French art critic Gerard Xuriguera, Li excels at using artistic means to create a world in which lines and geometric designs dominate. He also noted that, inspired by a large forest in No
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Bound by the desire to experiment: Warhol after Munch
In late 1982, on one of his daily amblings distributing copies of Interview magazine around Manhattan, Andy Warhol (1928 –1987) visited Galleri Bellman on 57th Street. The gallery had recently opene
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Patty Crane: Books explores possibility that thousands worldwide could be distant family members
Jacobs finds he has connections to Dr. Ruth, Jackson Pollock, Rachel Weisz and Barack Obama, who is his fifth-great aunt's husband's father's wife's seventh-great nephew. Geni has his
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Outsider humor
Caté has been drawing comics since the seventh grade but is not conventionally trained as an artist. He is an outsider artist in more ways than one. Caté's comics portray pudgy American Indians
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