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Fragments of Femininity: A Comparative Analysis of the Art of Tracey Emin and Kiki Smith

Jocelyn Jeffery | Posted 12.19.2014 | Arts
Jocelyn Jeffery

For Smith and Emin, the body is in perpetual motion. Neither artist has any shame in laying the ghastliest aspects of femininity stripped bare. This introspection strips their work of pretense down to an almost primeval level.

These Days, Artists Assume Their Primary Dealers Will Work for Them on the Secondary Market, Too

Daniel Grant | Posted 11.19.2014 | Arts
Daniel Grant

When artists agree to be represented by a gallery, they usually work out with the gallery owner -- formally or informally -- the terms of their understanding. One expectation, which may or may not be stated explicitly, is that the dealer will keep track of the artist's work even after it has been sold.

One Of New York's Greatest Artists Explores The Natural Wonders Of Her City

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 03.14.2014 | Arts

Somewhere between the natural and spiritual realms, the gritty bustle of New York City and the enchanting natural wonders waiting on its fringes, you'...

Artist Clifford Ross Has Taken the Road Less Traveled: Stained Glass (Part 2)

Elizabeth Sobieski | Posted 03.09.2014 | Arts
Elizabeth Sobieski

The Austin Wall as seen from the main lobby of the Austin Federal Courthouse. Copyright: Clifford Ross All Rights Reserved This is the second half...

500 Years Of Being Absolutely Obsessed With Witches

The Huffington Post | Katherine Brooks | Posted 08.27.2013 | Arts

Before vampires swooped into popular culture and satiated our appetite for sexualized supernatural characters, there was a time when witches, witchcra...

Art for the People - Public Art Around the World

MutualArt | Posted 10.22.2013 | Arts
MutualArt

Public art is a democratic entity, open to everyone, not just art seekers going to visit museums and galleries. We've rounded up ten public art projects from around the world that are well worth a visit and accessible to all.

Wild Man, Iconoclast, Dreamer: 60 on John Zorn at 60

Paul Schmelzer | Posted 06.05.2013 | Arts
Paul Schmelzer

Categorizing John Zorn is next to impossible, as many of his friends know.

State Seal of Approval

Bruce Helander | Posted 03.06.2013 | Arts
Bruce Helander

Art... has represented the United States in its embassies and consulates around the world by putting our "best foot forward" in the spirit of creativity and cooperation among nations and showcasing some of America's most respected contemporary artists.

'Ideas Are Often Stubborn As Shy Animals'

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 12.13.2012 | Arts

Kiki Smith is an artist who has remained in the shadows of the greater public eye since the 1980s; she's been able to occupy both the center and perip...

Alice - In Germany

C. M. Rubin | Posted 09.25.2012 | Books
C. M. Rubin

2012-07-26-Screenshot20120726at8.53.17AM.jpgFrom the late 19th century to the present day, visual artists around the world have found their own ways to reflect and portray the imaginative dreamlike world first discovered by an extremely curious and courageous little girl.

A Midsummer Spell At Lacoste

Kisa Lala | Posted 09.16.2012 | Arts
Kisa Lala

Château de Lacoste - the residence of the Marquis de Sade in 1760s - as seen from the welcoming arms of Alexander Bourganov's sculpture The ru...

The Roaring 20s Appears In Times Square

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 05.30.2012 | Arts

These days Times Square is possibly avoided more often than sought out, defined by swarms of tourists, overpriced trinkets and all-consuming advertise...

Heart Of Glass

Posted 03.03.2012 | Arts

Though you may think the realm of glass is limited to Cinderella's slipper, the vessel for your wine, and Blondie's ex-beau's heart, the material actu...

Fairy Tales, Monsters and the Genetic Imagination

Posted 03.02.2012 | Arts

For either a child or an adult, nothing is scarier than thinking something is under the bed. Fantasy and fear begin to merge into one in the upcoming ...

Artists Who Don't Make Art Still Make Millions

Posted 02.04.2012 | Arts

There was a time when the artist at work meant hours of solitude, piles of tossed-out failed works, and clothes covered in smudges of charcoal and pai...

PHOTOS: Metaphysical And Multicolored, A Daring New Exhibition

Posted 12.13.2011 | Arts

The exhibition 'In Context' examines the multicolored threads which helped weave the complex and vibrant 50-year career of Betye Saar. Participating a...

PHOTOS: Kiki Smith's Fairytale Nightmares

Posted 01.08.2012 | Arts

Via MutualArt: Walking up to the High Museum in Atlanta, Georgia, you can't help but notice the current main attraction: the building's impressive ...

From Victim to Victor: Women Turn the Representation of Rape Inside Out.

G. Roger Denson | Posted 03.08.2013 | Arts
G. Roger Denson

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Molly Barnes Brown Bag Art Talks at New York's Roger Smith Hotel

Susan Eley | Posted 10.24.2011 | New York
Susan Eley

Molly Barnes Brown Bag lunches are to New York today what Gertrude Stein's formidable salons must have been like to Paris in the 1920s.

XX Chromosocial: Women Artists Cross The Homosocial Divide

G. Roger Denson | Posted 09.15.2014 | Arts
G. Roger Denson

The rise of feminism corresponds roughly with the expansion of the artworld to include women's production. This is a history that began predominantly in impelling women's art as an expression of the identification of women apart from men.

Culture Clicks: Weekly Art News Roundup

Emily Waldorf | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Emily Waldorf

Painting, Still Lively in the 21st Century (NY Times) Kiki Smith: Works in Glass (NY Times) J.M.W. Turner's Last Rome Painting to Be Sold (NY Tim...

Being a Mother is the Ultimate Artist: Alexis Weidig

Kimberly Brooks | Posted 02.15.2012 | Arts
Kimberly Brooks

As a mother and artist, there's no doubt that my greatest works of art, the magical moving 3D beings whose personalities evolve and grow each day, are...