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|Tuesday | July 28, 2015|
From his classic Los Angeles pool scene A Bigger Splash to his interpretations of Yorkshire forests, British artist David Hockney has always injected the world around him with a vibrant palette. David Hockney: Painting and Photography, opening this week at the LA Louver gallery, features acrylic paintings and photographs that play with vanishing points. "Thirty years ago, I did a Vogue for Paris using these ideas, but it's only with digital that you can really take off, and I only just realised that two years ago," Hockney told Reuters. NY show traces the history of sneakers From rubber-soled footwear in the 1830s to a spiked running shoe in the 1860s and luxury creations by designers Christian Louboutin and Prada, a new exhibit traces the history of sneakers from their humble beginnings to iconic status. The Rise of Sneaker Culture, wh
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Exhibit 320's latest show focuses on the figurative language employed by artists to represent a person or action that conjures and manipulates our understanding of past and current history. The gallery presents the works of Dhaka-based Firoz Mahmud and Jaipur-based Nandan Ghiya, in twin solo shows t...
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Stirring hidden emotions with B&W photographs
Nirmala Govindarajan | 4th Apr
Q. As your Death and Deliverance in Kolkata photography series readies for another solo show at NCPA-Piramal Gallery, Mumbai from 20-30 April, tell us about the novelties in the extension of this story. A. Death and Deliverance in Kolkata was first shown at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath in Bangalo...
ADITYA MANI JHA | 4th Apr
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Brent Owens was squinting at me. Mostly because he was tired, but also because he was very suspiciou...
"“They spend their time looking forward to the past.” "
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Every project Mike Patton has been a part of has always seemed one step away from the edge...