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Chuck Close’s “Lucas I” as a Metaphor for Life

It all starts with a grid and color. Chuck Close, highly respected and one of the most influential artists of our time, graced The...

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The Museum of Modern Art: Challenging ‘Traditional’ Institutional Precedents

Institutions, and other artistically motivated historical and cultural preservation groups, have historically been criticized by the academic and culturally cognizant populous which fund them....

Chuck Close’s “Lucas I” as a Metaphor for Life

It all starts with a grid and color. Chuck Close, highly respected and one of the most influential artists of our time, graced The...

Trevor Paglen’s Orbital Reflector: Taking Art to New Heights

As technology progresses exponentially, it likewise facilitates an artist's innate desire to create. The Nevada Museum of Art has teamed up with artist Trevor Paglen to...

Doing Public Relations For Artists — Why it’s An Art All Its Own

“Artists don’t belong in front of a camera,” a French painter and sculptor once told me. “We’re supposed to be the ones using the...

KAI: Spreading Universal Love

There is a dichotomy in the street art world between what is art and what is graffiti. No artist has worked harder to break...

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