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  • NEWS FEED

    July 17, 2009 Via img .photobucket .com This week's roundup was weighed down by the sad news of two passings, one far before its time. Dash Snow, 1981-2009 Artist Dash Snow on Monday night in New York of an apparent heroin overdose at the age of 27. There was no doubt Snow was a downtown art star in life, but now the race has begun to parse Snow's legacy as an artist--which considering his short career remains to be seen. Best known as a son of privilege (the billionaire art-patron de Menil family) turned

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  • Insights / Events We Love

    Insights / Events We Love September 28, 2009 The New York Dolls are the subject of the documentary "All Dolled Up," playing at MoMA on Monday. ; Via userserve -ak .last .fm Along with New York's regularly scheduled gallery and museum openings, there's always a slew of art-related events happening in the city just below the radar. ArtWeLove's weekly events digest helps you navigate the art scene's offerings, on and off the beaten track. MONDAY: REMEMBER THE 70S ART WORLD'S HOUSE BAND Coming into being in

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  • NEWS FEED

    March 18, 2009 The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University In an attempt to address this controversial situation, the State of New York is pushing However , remains a constant threat as cultural institutions see their endowments wane and lead to further budget reduction. The latest to announce cuts are The Getty The Walker Art Center The trend towards museums de-accessioning their collections continues to dominate the art news despite the efforts of private interest groups and regulators to fight back: Only

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  • Insights / Art We Shop

    We're back in The Big Apple, just in time to debut a brand-new edition titled by the great To me, Paul Manes - 62 years old, Texas-born, New York-based, a creator of works that are simultaneously raw and formal - is the quintessential artist. Befitting his formal art education, Paul is deeply influenced by the great masters of the Baroque and Renaissance periods. On the other hand, as an authentic child of the 1960s, he brings 40 years of living - living fully, richly, creatively, surprisingly, and most of

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  • Insights / Art We Shop

    Insights / Art We Shop April 30, 2010 Servane Mary, "Kate" (2010). ; Courtesy of Servane Mary . Her watercolors of iconic rock stars, capturing the intensity of their performances, rocked our world, literally. It was love at first sight. Introducing an incredibly touching psychological We’ve wanted to collaborate with Servane ever since 2008, when we discovered her works at the great portrait of Kate Moss, as created by Swiss-French artist Servane Mary Jose Martos Gallery Servane’s work has a certain poetic

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  • Special connection | 03.03.10

    > Special connection | 03.03.10 Special connection | 03.03.10 Stefan Hengst, "Special connection | 03.03.10", (2010 ) . Details Special connection | 03.03.10 Limited editions by Stefan Hengst are available exclusively on ArtWeLove, starting at $25. Are you loving this work by Stefan Hengst ?

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  • Quentin Curry

    > Quentin Curry Artist Quentin Curry in his studio, 2010, New York City. (c) ArtWeLove .com Quentin Curry 1972 Born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania in 1972, Quentin Curry divided his childhood between Pennsylvania and Florida, where the dichotomy of the urban and the rural began at a very young age. At age 17, he moved to Vermont to attend The Putney School. Curry attended Bard College (1991-1992) and San Francisco Art Institute (1994-1995). Since 1996, he has been living in New York City. … Born in Johnstown,

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  • Insights / Art We Shop

    Insights / Art We Shop May 12, 2010 Amelie Chabannes, "Anthropometric Self-Portrait", (2010). ; Courtesy of Amelie Chabannes Those of you who know me are well aware of my enthusiasm for the French Touch phenomenon in visual arts. Yes, just like their musical counterparts, the new generation of French artists rocks . And Brooklyn-based is one of them. Amelie’s art primarily deals with the notion of identity and its many layers. Through her drawings, paintings, video, and sculptures, she explores both the

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  • Fugitives

    - Clive van den Berg "Central to my work is the relationship between the individual and space." Clive van den Berg About Clive van den Berg South African based artist Clive van den Berg uses sculpture, architecture, painting and printmaking to extend the sensual experiences of the world through art. For Clive, art must “evoke [the body’s] trembling interior and give form to those experiences which take place on the border between inside and outside.” South Africa, USA, Europe Body, Eros (Desire), Landscape,

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  • Welcome, Art Lover!

    - Madeleine Paternot "I tell my story like a seductive traveller’s scrapbook. I often insert little clues, words, photographs, marking the work like a tattoo." Madeleine Paternot About Madeleine Paternot Swiss -American painter Madeleine Paternot draws her imagery from a variety of sources such as Japanese anime, the female figure, and vintage furniture to create intimate portraits which emphasize the purity, simplicity, and intimacy experienced by women in everyday situations. Female Figure, Vintage

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