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In the Light of Naples: The Art of Francesco de Mura

In the Light of Naples: The Art of Francesco de Mura

By Suzanne Cohen
On September 17th, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum in Winter Park, Fla., will unveil the first-ever [...]



Ethan Murrow: Tales of Desire

Ethan Murrow: Tales of Desire

By Claire Fenton
This July, Boston-based artist Ethan Murrow took his photorealistic drawings to the Museum of Contemporary Art [...]



Carlos Motta: Histories for Another Future

Carlos Motta: Histories for Another Future

By Ashley Knight
At Pérez Art Museum Miami, New York-based Carlos Motta (Bogota, 1978) presents an exhibition through which [...]



Pop Matters

Pop Matters

By Raisa Clavijo
Richard Hamilton, a pioneer of Pop art, whose collage Just what is it that makes today’s [...]



Displacement: Symbols and Journeys

Displacement: Symbols and Journeys

By Suzanne Cohen
The notion of borders as geographic demarcations with political and economic ramifications is evoked frequently in [...]



Confronting the Canvas: Six Women of Abstraction

Confronting the Canvas: Six Women of Abstraction

By Claire Fenton
Abstract Expressionism has historically been defined by male artists who rose to fame in post-World War [...]



Ernesto Javier Fernández: Telling Stories

Ernesto Javier Fernández: Telling Stories

“The truth about truth is that it’s never ours,
nor mine, nor his, nor yours.”
-Carlos Varela

“At one end of [...]



Kendall Art Center: Beyond the Collector’s Kabinet

Kendall Art Center: Beyond the Collector’s Kabinet

By Raisa Clavijo
Collecting is not only a passion; it can become a lifetime goal. Through collecting, stories are [...]



Amalia Amoedo: Vestales

Amalia Amoedo: Vestales

By Milagros Bello
Amalia Amoedo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1976. She studied with such prestigious masters [...]



Where Memories Reside

Where Memories Reside

A. Lilia Smith presents “Where Memories Reside” at ArtMedia Gallery through April 29. The show gathers the photographs [...]