Artists Work

NASA Art Exhibition in Space


NASA is looking to create a extraterrestrial art gallery. The gallery will exhibited through micro chips and planted in the soil of the asteroid Bennu. The reason for all of this is, the asteroid is in route to reach our planet. NASA would like to have submissions from artists, and exhibit art work that is inspired […]

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Galatea Fine Art: January 2016

Angela Alés - Fish Heads

  Angela Alés: Archetypes Rachel Shatil: Walking the Earth Richard Alan Cohen: Objectives of Desire January 2-31, 2016 Opening Reception:  January 8, 2016, 6-8pm Angela Alés: Archetypes “Over the course of my career the driving force behind my artistic process has changed from an act of recording my spiritual and philosophical search for meaning into […]

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KAWS: Permanent Vacation II


KAWS has a new exhibition at the Eden Rock Gallery for Art Saint Barth in the French West Indies. The new show titled “Permanent Vacation II” the artist’s signature pop culture style. The piece above will give viewers a glimpse of KAWS’ abstract style, and how it has evolved. Visit the exhibition from November 29 – December 26, 2015.

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Artists in Unusual Places


Hosted by Resa Blatman Wednesday, October 21 | 6:30 – 8pm Mills Gallery Free and open to the public Earlier this year, artist Resa Blatman traveled up the west coast of Svalbard, Norway to the Arctic Circle on an antique tall ship with 28 poets, writers, dancers, video artists, photographers, installation and fine artists. This […]

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Mural Festival – Montreal


    I had the pleasure of checking out the aftermath of Montreal’s summer Mural Fest while there on business. Montreal is covered in art, it’s everywhere. Some huge names. Some not so much, but all still really amazing pieces. There was so so so much art that I wasn’t even sure which works were […]

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The Museum of Bad Art

The Bar Mitzvah

You own a theater. In the basement, there is a space, dark, dank, and unused. How would you utilize that space? The Somerville Theater in Cambridge had just a space. Their solution? The Museum of Bad Art. They’ve used their random space to proudly and snarkily exhibit art “too bad to be ignored.” It’s even […]

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The Fence


I found something cool! This weekend was the first time I really ever explored a major stretch of the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. There’s a lot of cool stuff going on there, for sure. But did you know about The Fence, an awesome outdoor installation?     It’s easy to pass by. Honestly, it looks […]

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Ward #6


Ward #6, group art show. Featuring art by: Chuck McNally, Adrian Rodriguez, Gabin Cortez Chance, Sammia Atoui, Kumal Lisa, Emmet McDermet, Colin Burns, Brad Spavin, Eban Johnson, Alex Rohr, James Baker, Salvatore Victor, Dave Tree, Adam Bruce Wentworth, Alvan Long, Dug McCormack, Ian Sanity Tartasky, KDONZ, Leather Pixie, Merc Them Those, Mike Rose, TJ Edson, […]

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Bill Chisholm – September Exhibitions & New Paintings

Bill Chisholm - September Exhibitions & New Paintings

Bill Chisholm Fine Arts  Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst Arts & Crafts at Anderson Park Rhinebeck Arts Festival Paintings  Schedule and Giclees for Sale September Exhibitions  Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst September 12,13,14 Tarrytown, N.Y. Arts at Anderson Park         September 20,21              Montclair, N.J. Rhinebeck Arts Festival   September 26,27,28     Rhinebeck, N.Y. 9 Brastow Ave Somerville, […]

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Art Whino G40

G40 Art Summit

Yearly Low Brow group art show featuring musical performances and a month long full of programing! G40 Art Summit is a yearly group art show that brings together world renown artists for a month long exhibit with a different theme every year. This year’s theme focuses on artwork that goes beyond the traditional two dimensional canvas. Artists […]

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