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The figures are visible under UV light; other paintings may also have hidden drawings.

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Design Boom

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2018 has been a big year for street artist tamara djurovic, AKA hyuro, who has created incredible new public works in every part of the world including brazil, italy, spain, belgium and the netherlands. featuring dreamlike compositions, her works blend politics with a surrealist sensibility, maintaining an intimate style that plays with the surrounding architectural elements and the urban environment.
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eight years after its premiere, ‘the clock’ finally arrives at the TATE modern in london where it will be screened until 20 january 2019, including an overnight 24-hour screening on 1-2 december! the california-born, swiss-raised and london-based marclay, originally debuted the acclaimed installation at the white cube gallery in london in 2010. the looped supercut is a 24-hour montage of thousands of film and TV clips of clocks, edited together to show the actual time (to which it can be locally synchronized). playing to huge crowds across the world since it’s first release, it has become the most popular video art work ever and also won the coveted golden lion award at the 2011 venice art biennale.
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With the Bauhaus celebrating its centenary next year, museums and galleries across the globe are hosting events to mark the occasion. As part of our Bauhaus 100 series, we reveal the exhibitions and conferences that are not to be missed.
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Roman Tolici is well known throughout the local and international art scene for almost 20 years now. He is part of the famous 2000s generation of painters but he stands out from the rest of his colleagues due to his easy-going style and an accessible registry of images. Seeing as contemporary art is

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This is Colossal

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This past July and August, the Creença Art Residency hosted an ambitious, multi-artist project an hour outside of Barcelona. Initiated and curated by Void Projects, a new platform created by artist Axel Void, and organized in collaboration with Elsa Guerra, Jofre Oliveras and Charlotte Pyatt, the pr

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in the latest instalment of its multi-brand collaborative genius project, moncler presents a capsule collection of renaissance-inspired outerwear. the italian skiwear manufacturer tapped maison valentino’s pierpaolo piccioli, creative director to the fashion house.
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in 2014 french artist julien de casabianca launched outings project, on a mission to bring paintings from museum walls and into the streets. since then he has been invited by museums around the world to do just that and, his latest installation seeing a seven-story mural of a melancholic girl taken from william-adolphe bouguereau’s 1886 neoclassical painting ‘au pied de la falaise‘. 
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the west bund in shanghai is a neighborhood known for its art museums, a riverfront boardwalk, and recreational greenbelt — it’s not surprising to find here a continuous growth in residents and visitors who look for family activities and socio-cultural events. with the increasing flows come marketplaces like the ‘sunny walk’, an open mall that caters to local commercial and community needs. given the opportunity to design a gallery in this shopping compound for u concept gallery, a brand that combines cultural, educational and commercial programs in one location, lukstudio has created a folded arcade to channel the surrounding civic energies into a semi-public retail experience.
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on june 26, 2018, artist damien hirst posted a picture of himself on instagram, wearing only his pink underwear and socks, and surrounded by some of his ‘veil’ paintings. the post asked his 449k followers to come up with the best caption for one of the prints hirst recently released with london’s heni editions, and whichever answer rose to the artist’s standards was to win that print. turns out brief and obscene does the trick for hirst’s first-ever instagram competition, as the chosen caption is, simply, ‘twat’.
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fastcompany

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They look like acrylic record albums. Or maybe a rainbow dissected into Skittles-like strata. But these acrylic paintings don’t depict things. They depict sensations. More specifically, how Lucy Engelman, a synesthete, sees years, decades, and centuries in her head. That makes them biological visualizations of time itself.
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From ground level, Australia’s drought looks like a featureless, brown dust bowl, but from the air it transforms into artistry of color and texture as the land cracks under a blazing sun. Circular dry plow tracks resemble the concentric circles in Aboriginal dot paintings that tell of an ancient mythology; starving cattle lining up for feed look like an abstract painting; and their black shadows stretching across the land create a surrealistic image. The worst drought in living memory is sweeping parts of eastern Australia, leaving farmers struggling to cope and many of them asking questions about the future.
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The Next Web

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Facebook's ad policies have rules against nudity, and not even classical art is exempted. But shouldn't cultural signficance in art be taken into account?

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Artist Oliver Jeffers is now 6 years into The Dipped Painting Project, an elaborated and multi-faceted exploration of the effect of time on one’s memory (we previously featured a video about the project here). Evolving across various countries and venues, the collection of paintings, performances and interviews generated over a proposed ten-year period will ultimately appear in the form of a feature length film and retrospective.
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An exhibition at London's National Gallery brings together 78 paintings by French impressionist artist Claude Monet that explore works of architecture. Curator Rosalind McKever selects her highlights.
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Grayson Perry, Tracey Emin and Yinka Shonibare are among six artists commissioned by Royal Mail to create bespoke stamps to celebrate 250 years since the Royal Academy was founded.

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