Alice Adams

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Complex "Duality" Paintings Portray Layers of Human Figures

Newcastle-based artist Tom French creates complex artwork filled with surprises, dripping black oils down the surface of his canvas to produce the loose splashes, splatters, and brush strokes that blend reality with the abstract. From a distance, the paintings are nothing more than fragmented …

Art

Gillian Reynolds on Grayson Perry: 'a really smart guy'

Grayson Perry's first Reith Lecture, on Radio 4, had both message and mirth, writes Gillian Reynolds<p><b>Grayson Perry’s Reith Lectures</b> (Radio 4, Tuesdays) Playing to the Gallery have had publicity by the bucket. Is it because he is a large man who dresses in women’s clothes, and not just any old jumper …

Turner and the Sea exhibition at the National Maritime Museum - Telegraph

JMW Turner: the man behind the masterpieces

Turner & the Sea opens at the National Maritime Museum in November. It is the first full-scale examination of JMW Turner’s lifelong fascination with the sea. Who was the man behind the art ?<p>In the 1840s, the street boys of Chelsea were familiar with a local figure. He was “an elderly gentlemen, …

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Paintings by Agnes Toth

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Hand Illustrations by KwangHo Shin

Daniel Arsham: Architecture Installations http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/jaguar-f-type-cutting-edge-artists Posted by Lara

Edward Burtynsky's Aerial photographs of "Water" and the ways in which man is transforming and redefining it... Photo gallery: http://j.mp/1b75oJX

Artist: El Greco (1541–1614) Title: View of Toledo Date: between circa 1596 and circa 1600 Medium: oil on canvas Dimensions: 121.3 × 108.6 cm (47.8 × 42.8 in) Current location: Metropolitan Museum of Art http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Greco Posted by Lara

Edward Burtynsky: Water

The importance of water in our lives and the development of civilization cannot be overstated. In his new series "Water," prolific large-format photographer Edward Burtynsky explores the ways in which industry and people shape it in the natural environment. The Canadian artist is known for …

Paul Cocksedge

Moments before the opening of his first solo exhibition, London-based designer Paul Cocksedge spoke with CH. With a background primarily in creating large-scale, temporary light installations with his design firm, Cocksedge's premiere of smaller pieces in his first US exhibition paved the way for a …

Design

Adrián Villar Rojas at London's new Serpentine Sackler gallery - video preview

Argentinian artist Adrián Villar Rojas gives Jonathan Jones a sneak preview of his exhibition titled Today We Reboot the Planet, the inaugural show at the new Serpentine Sackler gallery which opens in London's Hyde Park on 28 September. The young artist talks about why he wants to capture all human …

Photography: Genetic Portraits

Today's post may strike you as a little eerie at first scroll but we're excited to share Genetic Portraits, a photographic research project exploring …

Interview with a Painter: Erik Olson - The Fox Is Black

The first time I came across Erik Olson’s work was when my sister showed me an image she had found online, it had no credit and wasn’t linked to the …

An Art Project About Adventure: Luke Franklin’s ‘4 Bothies’ - The Fox Is Black

Described by its creator Luke Franklin as “An Art Project About Adventure”, the 4 Bothies Project is a wonderful idea that celebrates exploration, …

The Art of Darkness

<b>Sponsored content:</b><p>by Chris Diken of Vimeo<p><i>In conjunction with Vanity Fair and Film Independent, The Lincoln Motor Company tapped filmmaker Jacob Hatley re-imagine the classic genre of Thriller Noir. The film short “Factory of Dreams,” is a suspenseful story that blurs the lines between fiction and</i> …