The artist weaves common elements in the work

Cartoon chickens made their way into Anita Burney’s heart. She believes that funny and fluffy boyfriends should be represented in art. His exhibited work features small creatures, as well as fresh-faced pumpkins, multidimensional art, steampunk art, watercolors, acrylic castings, doodle art and more. The McDonald County artist owns and operates …

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Is this the most inclusive art fair in the world? | Art

WWelcome to perhaps the most diverse art fair in the world: Superfine, which focuses on contemporary art and prides itself on its inclusiveness, offering an outsized representation of artists of color and LGBTQ + and female artists. Under the aegis of Superfine, three simultaneous art fairs featuring 130 artists will …

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Philip Guston’s unblinking eye

The exhibition Philippe Guston: 1969-1979 at Hauser & Wirth (September 9-October 30, 2021) opens a hole in almost every narrative of American art from this eventful decade, though you wouldn’t know if you read Art since 1900 (2004), the standard textbook of art history by Hal Foster, Rosalind Krauss, Yve-Alain …

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