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    A Day With Susan Washington

    Susan Washington’s serene Poconos mountain surroundings are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of her New York upbringing. With a godmother that taught her origami techniques as a child, a punk-flavored city adolescence and over a decade of experience in the fashion industry, creativity has always decorated her days and merged with business endeavors to result in an…

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    A Day With Gregg Chadwick

    A man of passion, art and engaged purpose, Gregg Chadwick is an American artist currently focused on exploring notions of time, place and memory. With a studio in an old airplane hangar, an impressive collection of Art books and a music taste that ranges from London Grammar to Prince, Chadwick lives and works with a great deal of openness and…

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    Consumption, Creativity, and Cans of Soup: How Andy Warhol Created an Icon

    American art in the early 1960s, with Abstract Expressionism enjoying post-war popularity, was not exactly the sort of arena where one would expect to find 32 canvas paintings of soup cans and acknowledge themas fine art. This was the problem for Andy Warhol, when in 1962 he presented Campbell’s Soup Cans at Irving Blum’s Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles. Described…

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    My Hometown: Kajal Zaveri

    From the celebrations of India to the surf of California, Kajal Zaveri’s conception of a hometown has undertaken a range of shifts and surprises over the years. Inspired by the Californian coast, but certainly not forgetting the rich colors, sounds and spirit of her original home, she creates beautiful abstract landscapes that reflect her passion and respect for nature. With…

  • Art news • Exhibitions and fairs
    Five Favorites from Paris Photo 2018

    This past weekend, the Grand Palais once again took Center Stage for a prominent artistic event – this time, the 2018 installment of Paris Photo. With almost 200 exhibitors proposing endless corridors, walls and corners covered in photography from all over the world, the sheer amount of art to peruse was almost as overwhelming as the crowds that came to…

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    A Day With Erick Artik

    It’s time to step into Erick Artik’s moonlit, vibrant and positively pop-flavored studio. Fascinated by pop culture icons, committed to cleverly combining them with interesting broader messages, and now poised to launch a fashion line, he’s bringing street art into the home – with some serious style. Read on to learn about his artistic process, daily rituals and idealdinner guests……

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    A Day With Michael Price

    This interview features as part of ourA Day With series – where we step into the studios of some of our favorite artists. Having worked as a professional artist for almost 40 years, Michael Price has a wealth of knowledge, experiences and perspectives to share. Focusing on precise proportion and technical dedication, he uses art to explore the archetypal worlds…

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    My Hometown: Stephen Rowe

    This interview features as the first in our new series –My Hometown. Broken Hill isn’t especially known for breeding ballet dancers-turned-visual artists. But this is exactly the path Stephen Rowe found himself on. From outback Australia to Opera Houses to opening his own art studio in LA, Rowe’s journey sounds like biopic material. Until someone makes a movie out of…

  • Art History • Movements and techniques
    The Dark Art

    With Halloween festivities in full throttle and the weather getting colder, the days shorter and the nights darker, life has been feeling rather spooky. This week, we’re looking back at some of the dark arts: gloomy, supernatural and spine-tinglingly scary masterpieces. From devils and deathsongs to screams and skeletons, it’s time to get your dark art history up to speed……

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    A Day With Heather Blanton

    This interview features as the first in our new series – A Day With. Step into Florida-born Heather Blanton’s studio and discover her creative process – including her morning routine, studio rituals and strategies to unwind after a fruitful day’s work. With a unique style and precise hand, Blanton creates intriguing representations of sport and movement with a strong aesthetic…