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All creative families are creative in their own way (to paraphrase the over-paraphrased opening line of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina). Take the Rymans, for instance. There is Robert Ryman (1930 – 2019),…
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Headquartered in Dorset, England, Cape Farewell has been devoted to shifting perceptions about climate change since 2001, with founder and international director David Buckland at the helm. As…
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Ursula von Rydingsvard’s monumental works found an ideal temporary home in the galleries at Denver Botanic Gardens.
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The Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA) is partnering with Art & Object to present the Denver Art Showcase: Exciting Works from the Mile High city on exhibit and for sale online August 1 to 7. Half a…
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To read the writing of artists is to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of their work. It allows us to see their work on different levels, which can enrich and embolden one’s relationship…
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On a rugged group of islands off the coast of Maine, Betsy Wyeth (1921-2020) created a world that nurtured the talent of her husband, American realist painter Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009), and their…
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Archeologist gives inside look at their research process & unpacks discoveries. When one hears the name "Nasca,"* the first thing that comes to mind is probably the monumental geoglyphs of the…
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Leigh Brings an Unprecedented Degree of Black Female Representation to the U.S. Pavilion & the Venice Biennale at Large
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What is a monument? Is it the same thing as a memorial? We might think of a monument as something accessible with which we can interact in a way that suits our need to process traumatic past events.…