Month: July 2019

More Artists Refuse to Exhibit Artwork in Tear-Gas-Tainted Whitney Biennial

More artists refuse to have their name and their artworks linked to the museum tainted with what fellow artist Michael Rakowitz call as “toxic philanthropy.” The move by the artists is in line with the calls for resignation of museum board vice chairman Warren Kanders, whose main source of wealth comes from being the chief…

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Tattoos are experiencing rising approval in the fine-art world

The tattoo is not the image of rebellion and subculture anymore. Approximately one in five People in America has one, and that level is much greater for Millennials as compared to their Boomer counterparts. Well-known tattoo artists like Nikko Hurtado often have nearly a million Instagram followers, and the stigma towards tattoos in the work…

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Old and New Ways of Portrait Painting

What’s portrait painting? This may be described as follows: This sort of painting usually depicts a individual’s face, out there, the term”portrait” originates. What’s more, there are lots of portraits, new and old ones, on which you’ll be able to observe the portraitee’s body. A portrait is painted using an intention to demonstrate all attributes.…

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