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Pierre Bonnard should have told the kid to knock it off – The Artsology...

I saw this 4 panel lithograph by Pierre Bonnard at the Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. last fall, in an exhibition titled “Bonnard...

Bard Graduate Center Hosts Virtual Open Houses for Its MA and PhD Programs

At Bard Graduate Center, we study the cultural history of the material world. Our scope is global and ranges from distant antiquity to...

National Endowment for the Humanities Allocated $120K to Restore and Build Monuments

Baltimore’s former Christopher Columbus statue in 2017 (Nickel Lietzau/Flickr) The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has allocated $120,000 to repair and restore public...

Protest Signs by Artists and Celebrities Sold to Benefit Families of Black Women Killed...

More than 140 artists and celebrities, including Bruno Mars, David Hockney, and Marilyn Minter, have contributed protest signs to Show Me the Signs,...

Octopus chandelier by Adam Wallacavage at Parlor Gallery – The Artsology Blog

I was enjoying a day at the beach yesterday, relaxing at Ocean Grove, but after enjoying the sun and waves, made my way...

Pop Noise Overkill

It’s been a great year for both dance and noise music. After years of increasingly slow ballads taking over the pop charts, lately...

Dispatches from the Arctic Art Scene

The Arctic Art Institute, founded in 2014 by Ekaterina Sharova and Kristina Dryagina (both residents of Arkhangelsk, North Russia) has held the Arctic...

Rusty trucks and cars can make for some good art – The Artsology Blog

Every once in a while I’ll see a car or truck with an unusual rusting pattern, something that makes you wonder “why did...

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