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“Cherry Mouse” by Bordalo II in Lisboa, Portugal – StreetArtNews

“Cherry Mouse” by Bordalo II in Lisboa, Portugal – StreetArtNews

Portuguese artist Artur Bordalo, known as Bordalo II, is renowned for his transformative street art creations. His latest work, the Cherry Mouse, unveiled at the Cor de Chelas Festival  festival, is a testament to his unique approach to art. Situated in Lisbon’s Estrada de Chelas neighborhood, the installation breathes new life into the urban landscape, bringing color...

Dive Below the Surface with the Stunning Images of the 2024 Underwater Photographer of the Year — Colossal

Dive Below the Surface with the Stunning Images of the 2024 Underwater Photographer of the Year — Colossal

 Nature Photography #contests #fish #underwater February 20, 2024 Grace Ebert “Whale Bones.” Photo © Alex Dawson/UPY2024. All images courtesy of UPY, shared with permission Below a darkened, ice-coated sea off the coast of Greenland, a brave diver encounters the enormous, skeletal remains of minke whales. Illuminating a historical and cultural practice, the spectral image...

At the IFPDA Print Fair, the Magic’s in the Details

At the IFPDA Print Fair, the Magic’s in the Details

Manhattan’s Park Avenue Armory may be the most romantic of New York City’s art fair venues. The historic building boasts a cavernous 1880 showroom more akin to a turn-of-the-century train hall than the home of a trade show. After five years stationed at the Javits Center, the International Fine Print Dealer Association’s (IFPDA) Print Fair...

UK Public Art Database Will Record More Than 5,000 Murals

UK Public Art Database Will Record More Than 5,000 Murals

Approximately 5,000 murals across the UK will be recorded, photographed, and added to a free public database as part of a three-year-initiative by the art education charity, Art UK. The announcement from Art UK, made on February 6, said that the murals documented by volunteer researchers and photographers will include a large number of painted...

Kick Off the Year of the Dragon With 10 NYC Events

Kick Off the Year of the Dragon With 10 NYC Events

The Year of the Dragon commences on Saturday, February 10, marking a new cycle in the lunar calendar. The event is celebrated with week-long festivities in China; here in New York, cultural organizations across the city are also offering a wide array of activities ranging from art exhibitions and calligraphy workshops to a pop-up teahouse...

‘Potluck’ at Hashimoto Contemporary Relishes the Joy of Gathering — Colossal

‘Potluck’ at Hashimoto Contemporary Relishes the Joy of Gathering — Colossal

 Art Craft Food #ceramics #exhibition #fiber #painting #sculpture February 7, 2024 Grace Ebert Alexis Trice, “The Taste of a Memory” (2024). All images courtesy of Hashimoto Contemporary, shared with permission At Hashimoto Contemporary’s Los Angeles gallery, there’s more than enough to go around. Nearly 50 artists have contributed to Potluck, a group exhibition opening...

In Kaouther Ben Hania’s “Four Daughters”, Women’s Narratives Prevail

In Kaouther Ben Hania’s “Four Daughters”, Women’s Narratives Prevail

“As actors, we learn to keep a certain distance,” Tunisian film star Hend Sabri assures Olfa Hamrouni, the middle-aged mother whose traumatic experience Sabri will soon be depicting onscreen. Olfa responds, “And what if you can’t?”  This question is at the crux of Four Daughters, Kaouther Ben Hania’s hybrid documentary that creatively reenacts the circumstances...