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Though he died quite young, Raphael's career included a rivalry with Michelangelo, educational encounters with Leonardo da Vinci, and a lengthy stint at the Vatican.
Corey Helford Gallery is proud to announce two solo shows featuring new works from Redd Walitzki, entitled The Days of Miracle and Wonder and Bao Pham, entitled Summer Hues.
Born in a coastal area of Southwestern Japan in 1969, Izumi Kato creates surreal, haunting figures, which he renders in paint with his hands and sculpts out of wood, stone, and vinyl.
Global sensation, Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, is now showing to the public at AREA15, a dynamic, new art, events, and entertainment district located minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. 
The Octavia Art Gallery presents Speaking in Hues, an exhibition that features colorful abstract paintings by three North Eastern based artists.
Today, Netflix globally releases This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist, a four-part series that delves into the unsolved robbery of Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the mysteries that continue to loom large over the case, more than thirty years later. 
Skeptics of the American Dream likely will consider Emmanuel Leutze’s masterpiece depicting George Washington crossing the Delaware River to be a propagandistic romanticizing of America, a work unworthy of praise in the twenty-first-century.

NEW YORK – Phillips is pleased to announce the sale of REPLICATOR by Mad Dog Jones, the first NFT to be offered by the auction house in company history. With an opening bid of $100, the work was created with the ability to generate new unique NFTs from itself every twenty-eight days. REPLICATOR will be offered in an online-only auction, open for bidding to collectors around the globe from April 12 to 23.

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents NOT I: Throwing Voices (1500 BCE–2020 CE), an exhibition using ventriloquism, literally and liberally, to explore the representations of sounds and voices and their disquieting capacity of refraction, synchronicity, and misdirection.
This year, the National Gallery Singapore celebrates one of the most fascinating artists of the twentieth-century—Georgette Chen. The exhibition Georgette Chen: At Home in the World presents Chen’s most significant works together with newly found archival materials, such as letters, diaries, and photographs.