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"[T]he police seemed oddly uninterested in the gang graffiti in the area, but were obsessed with the goats."

Said Ed Butler, "who runs a used-record store that was once an art gallery." Others said the big white planters were an open invitation. “When I first saw those planters my first thought was, ‘They might as well leave cans of paint with them,’ ” said Eric Francis Coppolino, a local artist, journalist and astrologer. “You knew what was going to happen.”... Monica Snell, a property manager in Wellington, Fla.
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What We Saw: Art Basel Miami Beach

Arts : Artlog Blog (3 years ago)

Galleries have so much riding on major fairs like Art Basel Miami Beach that you can expect to see their more conservative side on display, seeking either safety in big names and big paintings, as the Art Newspaper noted, or attenti... Read Post

Circular Stories: Exhibition of works by Carol Robertson opens at Flowers Gallery

Arts : Artdaily (8 minutes ago)

Carol Robertson has been making circle paintings for twenty five years. Over this period she has used a wide variety of geometric formations yet she consistently returns to the circle. For her the circle is an archetypal anchor, bot... Read Post

Odd Nerdrum at Copro Gallery: Classical with a twist

Arts : Culture Monster (12 hours ago)

Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum famously obsesses over his large-scale, classical works, often repainting his canvases over and over again with the help of a small band of apprentices. Working in the Old Master style, his apprentices ... Read Post


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