For her next work, the artist will exchange the white cube for the white desert. The post ‘Anti-Fascist’ Artist Anne Imhof on Masterminding Her First Public Artwork—in Death Valley appeared first on artnet News .
This week, our columnist explores who can actually afford to buy masterpieces, the market of Josef Albers, and Snapchat’s collaboration with Jeff Koons. The post The Gray Market: Why Museums Can’ ... Read more
Here's my latest overview of the best Blender work on Sketchfab this week. And remember: add the #Blender tag if you want me to find your work! Skate Girl by Dmitry Grebenkov on Sketchfab Hercules by ... Read more
If there is one upgrade almost anyone could use, it’s a third thumb. Imagine the possibilities—it would come in handy for squeezing lemons, playing guitar or just about anything else. When you think o ... Read more
It is hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is next month and it is Canadian Thanksgiving today! So to get ourselves prepared, I have joined a group of talented bloggers, hosted by Ella Claire, to share ... Read more
Rupi Kaur came to Canada from India when she was four years old and didn't learn English well for years; she says her raw, minimalist poems are tailored for readers like her, with limited English. Read more
Landezine team is happy to be a part of this interesting programme, looking forward! Friday 27 October 09.00 Registration 09.30 Opening 5º meeting LANDSCAPE TO CITY RHYTHM. Presentation Session ... Read more
The 2016 Australian census has revealed that for the first time since colonization migration to Australia from Asia has surpassed that from Europe. Our country’s fortunes have long been tied to the ec ... Read more