Monthly Archives: March 2016

Barbara Takenaga’s “Waiting in the Sky”: 8 Pieces

Today marks the opening night of Barbara Takenaga’s “Waiting in the Sky,” a new collection of eight pieces on display at the DC Moore Gallery. The series includes large-scale paintings on linen and panel and a wall-piece that works in … Continue reading

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Art Basel Hong Kong Begins

A city established by trade and passers-through, Hong Kong, China, now boasts one of the world’s most robust and compelling art markets. This week, like an added sparkle or a swirl of whipped cream, Art Basel opens in the city … Continue reading

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Hunted Undies: The Unique Origin of Paulina Skavová’s Art

Women’s underwear has been an object of art as long as we’ve been wearing it. Whether the purpose is a statement of power, of sexuality, or conquest, whether the underwear is modern panties, Victorian corsets, burning bras, or dainty bloomers, … Continue reading

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Free Art to See in the City

Another Friday night has come around, and what’s an art lover on a budget to do? Go see some free art, of course! There’s a lot to discover around town now, especially with the advent of spring (sort of) and … Continue reading

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