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Peter Gronquist will unveil new experimental works at his upcoming exhibition at Unit London entitled "Shape Shifter." The forthcoming showcase will see diverse new pieces by the American multidisciplinary artist spanning paintings, sculptures, and installations made using "aluminum, ceramic, mirrors and the environment itself," said the gallery. Highlights include the Cloudbreak tondo and Scribble painting on a shaped canvas, both of which touch upon Gronquist's ongoing exploration of the "emotional

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Yuichi Ikehata combines photography, sculpture, and digital editing to create hybrid works that meld together reality and his own fictionalized interpretation. The eerie humanoid forms are pierced with holes that reveal rudimentary structures below their plaster-like skin, making each appear to be in varying states of decay. To create these digital manipulations, Ikehata first photographs his own body in different poses. Using wire, he then three-dimensionally recreates its form in simple

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As we ring in the New Year and switch out last year’s well-worn iCals for shiny new versions, it’s time to plan your travel schedule. And no travel schedule is complete without a list of exhibitions you can’t afford to miss in 2019.  There will be plenty to see. To mark 500 years since the death of the Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci, the Louvre is staging an epic exhibition that

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While some might consider colored pencils as mere art supplies for kids, more and more professional artists are using the common utensils to create awe-inspiring works that are a whole lot more than just childish scribbles. One creative to do so is Australian artist Georgina Kreutzer who creates vibrant, hyperrealistic color pencil drawings that showcase her incredible artistic skill. From animal portraits to flashy sports cars, it seems there’s no end

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The question of how Agnes Martin arrived at the grid, and what she drew from those around her, seems easy to answer: several pioneers of pared down, rectilinear abstraction were near at hand, and ideas were exchanged freely. But to get at the particular quality of Martin’s paintings from the 1960s on, it is necessary to look beyond her neighbors at the seaport—and, at the same time, more deeply at

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