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The Aston Martin Residences Art Gallery welcomes fine art photographer Rafael Delceggio, as the latest featured artist for its Virtual Art Gallery exhibition series.   Argentinean photographer, Rafael Delceggio, follows in the footsteps of Julian Lennon, Aaron Schwartz, Fabio Mesa, Robi Walters and Michele Utley Voigt, all of whom have displayed their unique artwork in the Aston Martin Residences Virtual Art Gallery.  Delceggio’s exclusive exhibition, entitled “The Reflection of Beauty,” will be featured for two months as a three-dimensional immersive experience, replicating...
Rudy Geneva
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For the next edition of TEFAF Maastricht (11-19 March 2023), the Steinitz Gallery, renowned for its spectacular stands, has selected furniture and objects that are exceptional in terms of aesthetics, provenance and rarity. Among the highlights on display in the gallery, connoisseurs will discover fine furniture and objets d'art that are absolute milestones in art history. For example, they will discover an exceptional patinated bronze 'horse in step', a famous model by Giovanni da Bologna (1529-1608), cast by Antonio Susini (1558-1624) or Giovanni Francesco Susini (1585-c. 1653). Executed...
Ula Paket
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Art on a Postcard returns for International Women's Day
Art on a Postcard (AOAP) will host its fourth International Women’s Day auction in March, announcing an entirely new format for this year. AOAP have invited seven female curators, including Beth Greenacre, Louise Fitzjohn (Liminal Gallery), Bakul Patki, Lee Sharrock, Mollie Barnes (She Curates) Sandra De Giorgi and Carrie Scott to each curate a show comprising of 20/25 female artists. Each show will run as seven concurrent auctions, all raising money to support The Hepatitis C Trust’s work with women affected by the criminal justice system both in prison and...
Lisa Baker Ltd
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World’s original fine art marketplace announces dates for its 46th annual edition   Redwood Art Group, the nation’s leader in exhibitions and event production, media, and marketing for the global art community, announces its highly anticipated four-day showcase, Artexpo New York 2023, returning to Pier 36 at 299 South Street in Manhattan, from Thursday, March 30 to Sunday, April 2. Information on exhibitor registration and advance tickets can be found at The annual fine art destination, now in its 46th year, will host more than 200...
Rudy Geneva
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Galerie Steinitz at the Winter Antique Show in New York
On the occasion of the 69th Winter Antiques Show, which will be held at the historic Park Avenue Armory from 20 to 29 January, Steinitz will present furniture and objects of exceptional aesthetics, provenance, and rarity. The Winter Show, America's premier art, antiques and design fair, was founded in the mid-1950s and features a wide range of fine and decorative arts professionals.  An array of works - paintings, works on paper, fine furniture, design, jewellery, ceramics and contemporary glass - spanning almost 5,000 years will be presented by over sixty-five internationally...
Ula Paket
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Publishing as artistic practice – online course by MARYSIA LEWANDOWSKA for the School for Curatorial Studies Venice
14 –30 March 2023 Dead line for applying: March 4, 2023 The digital age has shown us how easily knowledge and information are now able to flow and circulate. It has rendered equally visible how hard it is especially for artists to challenge the dominant online presence withtheir commitment to printed matter and publishing. This workshop will engage with publications arguing for their role in creating a wider public. We will be discussing contemporary conditions of production, circulation, and distribution which insist on including questions of ownership,...
School for Curatorial Studies
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London Art Fair announces galleries and curated sections for its 35th edition
London Art Fair returns to its traditional January slot from 18-22 January 2023, launching the international art collecting calendar once again with an exceptional collection of modern and contemporary art. The Fair will offer both seasoned and aspiring collectors a diverse presentation of modern and contemporary art, alongside curated displays, and an inspiring programme of talks, panel discussions and artists insights. In addition, London Art Fair continues to champion and support regional museums through its annual Museum Partnership, which this year invites the Ben Uri...
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Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami Draw The World's Art Aficianados
The only two shows under one roof during Miami Art Week attracted an international attendance of art enthusiasts seeking the latest trends and unique discoveries.       Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami celebrated an international showcase in contemporary and fine art during Miami Art Week at Mana Wynwood Convention Center, November 30—December 4, with a five-day indulgence in the latest trends the global art world had to offer.   The annual Opening Night Preview Party took place on Wednesday, November 30, presented by Pommery...
Rudy Geneva
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New fine art compendium of exclusive works by artists-in-residence comes with an original score recorded by a ten-piece orchestra.   G&G Business Developments, the developer in partnership with the iconic British auto manufacturer for Aston Martin Residences in Miami, has unveiled the world’s first Aston Martin Triplex Penthouse with the name “UNIQUE,” illustrated in an exclusive book of fine art by globally renowned artists-in-residence that reveals the highly anticipated Aston Martin three-floor luxury property in a spectacular 80-page coffee table-style compendium....
Rudy Geneva
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MALTESE ACTOR AND PERFORMER EMANUEL TABONE SHINES BRIGHT ACROSS BORDERS Emanuel Tabone became a household name in Malta when he won the local television talent competition Bravi. Emanuel was selected with a monologue from Shakespeare, which he did in the original language — he was fluent after years of boarding school in the U.K. He ended up winning the competition and beating over 200 participants. He then participated in the beloved Dance X, which aired on BBC One every Saturday in 2007 and made him widely recognized in the U.K. He was the audience’s favorite participant. The Mirror even...
Contemporary Creative Practice Magazine
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Maartje Fleetwood wins Best in Show
Congratulations to Maartje Fleetwood for Fashionable Feline earning Best in Show in Wild Heart Gallery's ROAR: The Art of Cats exhibition. The artwork is a brilliant balance of loose and controlled brushwork, vibrant color and subtlety.  ROAR is an international juried art exhibition available to view on line. Artists were asked to submit artwork in any style as long as it incorporated either wild, feral, or domestic cats. The virtual exhibition was open to international artists aged 18 and over.  Artwork for this exhibition was selected by jury based on ...
Wild Heart Gallery
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Harvey Silver's Changin' Times
It was an age of flagging innocence when the fabric of American society was being rended by social trauma and strife: war, racial unrest, assassinations. At the same time, though, the late 60s also brought an awakening to a new reality; an Aquarian dream may have been dying, but its spirit was evolving through art, particularly the golden music of youth. Harvey Silver was there, capturing both memorable and forgotten NYC moments through the lens of his 35-milimeter Nikkomat camera. He brings his work to EV Gallery, 621 E. 11th St., in a solo show entitled Changin’ Times that opens Dec. 3...
B Scene Zine
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