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Cultural icons and digital landscapes: A conversation with Vernon Fisher

By Paul Middendorf for Arts and Culture TX Vernon Fisher is an American artist living and working in Fort Worth, Texas. Working with a wide variety of media, he is known for his juxtaposition of imagery and language. In the 1970s he broke away from abstract painting and began including words in his works, which… 

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Q & A with Photographer Edward Burtynsky

By FRANCA TOSCANO via Blouin Artinfo Edward Burtynsky is a landscape photographer of a very particular kind: he shoots landscapes and natural settings that have been excavated, cut up, and often gutted by mankind, all in the name of progress. The 63-year-old Canadian is being honored at the Photo London fair (May 17-20) with a tribute and special… 

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Ogden show explores a range of abstract art by Southern women

BY JOHN D’ADDARIO | Special to The Advocate MAR 27, 2018 – 2:00 PM The nearly two dozen artists in the Ogden Museum’s “The Whole Drum Will Sound: Women in Southern Abstraction” are — as advertised — women from the South who make abstract art. But their similarities end there. In one gallery, Shawne Major’s… 

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Shattering the Single Point of View: Cover Artist Edward R. Whiteman

Written by Linda T. Dautreuil for Inside Pub, photos by Candra George THE RUSTY WHEELBARROW with unusually straight legs resting on small wheels would be the focal point in Dove Cote Studio were it not for the large collection of recent paintings on reconstituted paper by visual artist Edward R. Whiteman. On a day when… 

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A portrait of the artist as a middle-aged woman

A portrait of Ida Kohlmeyer by artist Maddie Stratton of Where Y’Art, as commissioned by NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune for its “300 for 300” celebration of New Orleans’ tricentennial. (NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune By Mike Scott | NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune The Times-Picayune is marking the tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing 300 for 300 project, running through 2018… 

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That’s hot: Gene Koss and his crew create a glass sculpture for a YAYA crowd

by Sue Strachan for NOLA.com Almost all of the YAYA Arts Center’s furnaces were in use on Friday, March 2 when artist Gene Koss and his crew were on site creating a hot-cast glass sculpture. Koss is credited with starting the current glass art movement in New Orleans and founder of Tulane University’s glass program. The studio… 

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“Dress Matters,” Tucson Weekly

TMA delivers an imaginative show of clothing in art By Margaret Regan via Tuscon Weekly Brides. Cowboys. Nuns. Soldiers. All of them are readily identified by their clothing: the white gown, the 10-gallon hat, the habit, the uniform. As Dr. Julie Sasse, curator of the fascinating show Dress Matters: Clothing as Metaphor at the Tucson Museum of Art,… 

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