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Langdon Graves for Ghostly International Editions
At this point, pigeonholing Ghostly International as a record label is beyond antiquated. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan (and with a strong presence in NYC), the multi-platform creative house simultaneously delves into product design, fashion...
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Art Everywhere US
There's no questioning Times Square's cultural relevancy. While it's currently mostly full of big box chain stores, gimmicky restaurants and ticket hustlers, the fact remains that it's one of the most iconic public spaces in the world. Now—to the...
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Charged: Cory Arcangel's Art and Apparel
by Michael Slenske In the early 2000s, Buffalo-born artist Cory Arcangel hacked the Hogan’s Alley video game and replaced the Nintendo gunslingers with silhouettes of Andy Warhol, Colonel Sanders, Flavor Flav and the Pope for a cheeky piece he called...
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Interview: Jennifer Mehigan
There's twofold brilliance within the large-scale works of Sydney-educated, Singapore-based artist Jennifer Mehigan. From a purely visual standpoint, her swirls and slashes, blobs and explosive use of color please an exploring eye. Delving further...
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Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain 2013
The 2013 Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain (FIAC) party starts right at the entrance. Immediately, visitors are faced with the impressive and imposing, nearly seven meters tall "Iron tree," by controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. Pursuing...
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Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
Tucked away in residential Decatur lies one of the best kept secrets on Briarcliff Road: Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. A historic Gothic-Tudor mansion that fills with jazz music on its lawn during the summer months, Callanwolde is a beacon for Atlanta...
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Art Papers
Art Papers has—for almost 40 years—dedicated itself to exposing Atlantans to a world of contemporary art. The team behind this nonprofit uses a variety of approaches, from publishing bimonthly magazines to public programming, which includes a lecture...
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"Sunflowers" by Rob and Nick Carter
Inspired and informed by Vincent van Gogh's 1888 "Sunflowers" painting (housed in London's National Gallery), artist duo Rob and Nick Carter's bronze interpretation of the iconic post-impressionist artwork is part of a larger series that looks...
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Toyin Odutola "My Country Has No Name"
A recent graduate of California College of the Arts, Toyin Odutola is already celebrating her second show at Jack Shainman Gallery in NYC. The energetic artist produces ink works on paper from her studio in Alabama, updating friends and fans through...
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ARC Magazine
by Kyana Gordon Sips of rum punch, luxurious private villas and postcard-perfect white sand beaches are reasons many vacationers flock to the Caribbean. Holly Bynoe and Nadia Huggins, two ambitious women from the chain of glittering islands known...
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Interview: Jeremy Shaw
Working out of Berlin and Vancouver, multimedia artist Jeremy Shaw is a busy man supplying both cities with his highly involved works. Currently, Shaw is exhibiting in Berlin alongside artists such as Yoko Ono and Geoffrey Farmer, in the conceptual...