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Grand Rapids Awaits ArtPrize Crowds, Back for a Second Year

GRAND RAPIDS (AP).- ArtPrize, the Grand Rapids art show and competition that surprised locals by drawing tens of thousands of visitors when it debuted in 2009, is back for a second year. And it's expected to be even bigger this time. The southwestern ...

Grand Rapids Awaits ArtPrize Crowds, Back for a Second Year

GRAND RAPIDS (AP).- ArtPrize, the Grand Rapids art show and competition that surprised locals by drawing tens of thousands of visitors when it debuted in 2009, is back for a second year. And it's expected to be even bigger this time. The southwestern ...

Scottish Government: Titian’s Diana and Actaeon Draws in Crowds

DUNDEE.- More than 140,000 people have seen Titian's Diana and Actaeon since the painting's tour of Scotland commenced in May this year. The 16th century masterpiece is currently on display at the recently refurbished The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery ...

Scottish Government: Titian’s Diana and Actaeon Draws in Crowds

DUNDEE.- More than 140,000 people have seen Titian's Diana and Actaeon since the painting's tour of Scotland commenced in May this year. The 16th century masterpiece is currently on display at the recently refurbished The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery ...

Well-Qualified Crowds Discover 2nd SOFA WEST: Santa Fe

SANTA FE, NM.- Dealers and galleries at the second annual SOFA WEST: Santa Fe 2010 held July 8-11 at the Santa Fe Convention Center reported steady sales, most to new clients from all over the United States. Overall fair attendance climbed to 12,000 fr...

The Centre Pompidou salutes Futurism ~ The First Avant-garde Movement of...

PARIS - Futurism, the first avant-garde movement of the 20th century, celebrated technical progress, the energy of crowds, and the hectic activity of modern cities. In place of the balance and stability inherited from classical models, it wishe...

Lester Johnson Admired Expressionist Artist Dies at 91

New York, NY - Lester Johnson, an admired artist whose expressionist brushwork lent vigor and force to the human figure — isolated and embattled, or alive with the joy of movement in crowds — died on May 30. He was 91 and lived in ...

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