British Art Show 8: Computers and cameras dominate and leave painting and sculpture out in the cold – The Independent

The Independent British Art Show 8: Computers and cameras dominate and leave painting and sculpture out in the coldThe IndependentThe British Art Show 8 makes big claims, saying it is now the most ambitious and significant survey of British contemporary art today. Visiting it, then, one should get an overview of the current state of…

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British Art Show 8: Computers and cameras dominate and leave painting and sculpture out in the cold – The Independent

The Independent British Art Show 8: Computers and cameras dominate and leave painting and sculpture out in the coldThe IndependentThe British Art Show 8 makes big claims, saying it is now the most ambitious and significant survey of British contemporary art today. Visiting it, then, one should get an overview of the current state of…

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11 art gallery exhibitions to see in February – Time Out Chicago (blog)

Time Out Chicago (blog) 11 art gallery exhibitions to see in FebruaryTime Out Chicago (blog)It may be the shortest month of the year, but February in Chicago is never short on art and culture. Here are 11 exhibitions that you'll be able to enjoy this month. Strandbeest: The Dream Machines of Theo Jansen: In their…

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Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse review – ravishing visions – The Guardian

The Guardian Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse review – ravishing visionsThe GuardianPhotograph: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT. Monet was not alone in digging, planting, weeding and pruning, and then painting the results. Many of his colleagues – Renoir, Pissarro, Bonnard and Cézanne – were gardeners too, and the …and more » art –…

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An unlikely duo: Homeland’s Nina Hoss plots with art joker Christian Jankowski – The Guardian

The Guardian An unlikely duo: Homeland's Nina Hoss plots with art joker Christian JankowskiThe GuardianChristian Jankowski runs into a Berlin art gallery, hugs Homeland actor Nina Hoss and holds up a map of Venice, which a gallery assistant staples to the wall. Taking off his coat, Jankowski begins putting the finishing touches to his show…

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