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  • READER SUBMITTED: Artists With Disablilities Exhibit

    The Southington Arts Council, Inc. wishes to extend it's sincere gratitude to all the talented Artists who shared their work at the "Artist With Disabilities Exhibit" at The Paris In Plantsville Gallery and Studio. Judges: Andy Zgmunt, Sean Dudley and...
  • Artist Miranda July has an app. And it is totally Miranda July

    Artist Miranda July has an app. And it is totally Miranda July
    She's written novels, made films and staged art exhibitions at galleries and biennials. Now Miranda July has her very own smartphone app. Called "Somebody," the app is about getting the real and the virtual to engage in a super crunchy group hug. Send a...
  • Former Jasper Johns assistant admits illegal sales of artist's work

    Former Jasper Johns assistant admits illegal sales of artist's work
    A longtime assistant to artist Jasper Johns,  whose “Flag” sold at auction in 2010 for $28.6 million, pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges that he duped a Manhattan gallery into selling stolen work by Johns so he could collect the profits....
  • 'Colorful Imaginings' reception at Spa Orlando

     'Colorful Imaginings' reception at Spa Orlando
    Spa Orlando will host a reception for "Colorful Imaginings," a solo exhibition featuring the work of Jason L Lee, this Thursday, Aug. 28. "We are excited to have Jason's work in our spa. His paintings have a beauty in them that resonates with our...
  • From penguins to Sputnik: LACMA's modern kimono show is off the hook

    From penguins to Sputnik: LACMA's modern kimono show is off the hook
    Looping rainbows, twisting lines, wild mountainscapes, penguins on ice floes and even a Soviet satellite. I walked into the Japanese pavilion at the L.A. County Museum of Art the other day expecting an ethereal look at the world of the kimono. What I...
  • Barbara DeGenevieve, provocative artist, dies

    Artist Barbara DeGenevieve was daring in her work, deliberately pursuing subjects grounded in questions of power, class, gender and sexuality, and consistently eliciting controversy and political criticism. She sought to promote public discussion of...
  • Brothers Jerome and Joel-Peter Witkin and their 'Twin Visions'

    Brothers Jerome and Joel-Peter Witkin and their 'Twin Visions'
    If you didn't know the artists were identical twins, you might not suspect it. Painter Jerome Witkin and surrealist photographer Joel-Peter Witkin have spent the better part of their 74 years apart. Sure, there was the occasional family gathering, and...
  • Large-Scale Oil Landscapes By Wesleyan Artist On Display This Fall In Middletown

    Large-Scale Oil Landscapes By Wesleyan Artist On Display This Fall In Middletown
    MIDDLETOWN — An exhibition featuring twelve large-scale landscape and vista paintings by artist and professor Tula Telfair will be on display at Wesleyan University this fall. The opening reception for "A World of Dreams: New Landscape Paintings...
  • The Bushnell's Vision For A New Neighborhood Stirs On Hartford's Elm Street

    The Bushnell's Vision For A New Neighborhood Stirs On Hartford's Elm Street
    HARTFORD — The Bushnell's vision for creating a neighborhood of apartments, shops and restaurants along Capitol Avenue could be years from becoming reality. But The Bushnell isn't waiting: It has purchased an historic brownstone around the...
  • J. Edward Houston, lawyer, banker and Broward County civic leader, dies at 81

    J. Edward Houston, a lawyer, banker and civic leader who helped modernize Broward County in the 1970s and 1980s, died Monday at his home in Fort Lauderdale. He was 81. The son of a Dania Beach mayor, Houston was known for leading the growth of Barnett...
  • Jasper Johns aide admits stealing, selling artwork for $6.5 million

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former assistant to renowned American contemporary artist Jasper Johns pleaded guilty on Wednesday to selling nearly two dozen of his works without Johns' knowledge. James Meyer, 52, pleaded guilty to interstate transportation of...