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Month: October 2018

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1 month ago
Aldis

ERNIE BARNES (1938-2009)
California African American Museum, Los Angeles
On view through September 8
caamuseum.org

Art historians have labeled Barnes a neo-Mannerist and compared him to Thomas Hart ... See more

1 month ago

Karel Appel 'Kool Luke Playing Hands', 1978
https://www.brightcolors.com/appel-signs-kool-luke

2 months ago
Canvas Arts

Another amazing restoration

An in-dept look at the entire conservation process

Credit: Baumgartner Fine Art Restoration
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2 months ago
Alice Neel

Alice Neel (January 28, 1900 – October 13, 1984) was an American artist known for her oil on canvas portraits of friends, family, lovers, poets, artists and strangers. Her paintings are notable for ... See more

3 months ago
Framebridge

we like Framebridge

What’s better than easy, affordable custom frames? A whole wall of ‘em. Shop easy-to-hang gallery walls.

3 months ago
George Condo Interview: The Way I Think

George Condo was part of the 1980s wild art scene in New York. In this video, recorded in his New York-studio, the iconic artist shares his life-long love of...

3 months ago
We’ll take all of the new USPS Ellsworth Kelly stamps

We love these stamps

This year, USPS is releasing a series of ten stamps dedicated to Kelly’s work.

3 months ago
Iranian Stamp project #2 (Lions and Suns)

A proof of concept turned into a bit of fun, and an excuse to do some sound design. Based onSara Jamshidi's project on political stories told through stamps…

4 months ago
Sedition

In 'Without Meaning' Flaxton has invented a language of abstraction that speaks to the connection between all things whilst emphasising their separation. View and purchase the collection on Sedition.

Revisiting Artist Richard Bernstein’s Epochal Legacy

In this new book from Rizzoli, the famed illustrator for Interview magazine and long-time Grace Jones collaborator takes the spotlight.

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Most people assume that Andy Warhol designed the covers for Interview, the magazine he founded in 1969 with British journalist John Wilcock—and it’s no wonder they do, given that Andy Warhol’s signature is on every single one of them. But in actuality, it was the artist Richard Bernstein, a contemporary of Warhol’s and a vibrant member of New York’s downtown scene before his death in 2002, who created the magazine’s most iconic covers using a mixture of collage, photography, and paint that transformed the merely young and famous into absolute supernovas.

 
 

Limited Edition Prints by Richard Bernstein