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Some Aesthetic Decisions that Changed Art History

Some Aesthetic Decisions that Changed Art History

By Suzanne Cohen
One hundred years ago, on April 9, 1917, Dada artist Marcel Duchamp forever changed the nature [...]



Addressing Inhumanity

Addressing Inhumanity

By Denise Colson
Thirty-five modern and contemporary artists are taking a hard look at the many faces of [...]



2017 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art

2017 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art

By Claire Fenton
For the fourth year in a row, the Orlando Museum of Art is celebrating the work [...]



Cesare Berlingeri: Enfolding Universes

Cesare Berlingeri: Enfolding Universes

By Raisa Clavijo
The work of the Italian Cesare Berlingeri (Cittanova, Reggio Calabria, 1948) never ceases to amaze. His [...]



Contemporary Cuban Art on the Horizon

Contemporary Cuban Art on the Horizon

By Ashley Knight

“On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection” is on view [...]



ASK THE ART LAWYER: A “Fearless Girl” Has Shown Up to Tame a “Charging Bull”

ASK THE ART LAWYER: A “Fearless Girl” Has Shown Up to Tame a “Charging Bull”

By Octavio Robles, AIA, Esq.

IS IT COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT OR JUST… BULL?
On the morning of March 8, 2017, [...]



Neha Vedpathak: Defiant

Neha Vedpathak: Defiant

By Heike Dempster
“Defiant,” at N’Namdi Contemporary, encompasses 13 multi-layered works by Neha Vedapathak in which the artist offers [...]



Synthesize: Art + Music

Synthesize: Art + Music

By Claire Fenton
“Synthesize: Art + Music,” opening July 3 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, presents a [...]



Patrick Martínez: American Memorial

Patrick Martínez: American Memorial

By Suzanne Cohen

“Patrick Martínez: American Memorial” opens at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum on May 25. Born [...]



ASK THE ART LAWYER. I Got Such a Deal …

ASK THE ART LAWYER. I Got Such a Deal …

Buying stolen or fake art. It can happen to anyone. How to navigate the minefield.
By Octavio Robles, AIA, [...]