[caption id="attachment_75522" align="aligncenter" width="455"] John Currin, Thanksgiving, (2003). Credit: Tate via Observer[/caption] “Speaking of depressing Dutch paintings… Hereeeee’s Vinnie!” Van Gogh’s dour “Potato Eaters” and Currin’s...Show More Summary
cgmfindings: Green Wheat Field with Cypress Vincent van Gogh 1889
A new experimental video filter turns photography into art. Last September, we shared an experimental project that mashes up the work of famous artists—like Van Gogh and Picasso—with standard photo and video files shot by anyone. The results made it look like Instagram had instituted a Van Gogh filter. Show More Summary
Even if you never took an art history class, you've likely heard about the pointillism technique. Painters like Georges Seurat and Vincent Van Gogh would create entire works of art by applying thousands of tiny paint dots onto a canvas. Show More Summary
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Novelist Nicole Krauss writes to Vincent van Gogh as a part of the Amsterdam van Gogh Museum’s latest exhibit in which twenty-three artists and writers respond to his life’s work. We’ve written about van Gogh a few times.
The Doctor was told Silence would fall. He just didn’t realize the prophecy meant they’d fall for the Doctor Who The Silence Scream Dress. Vincent van Gogh entered the Doctor Who universe with the Exploding TARDIS painting, and Edvard Munch didn’t want to be left out so he created The Scream. Of course, after the […]
This article originally appeared on artnet News. A little piece of a long-dead artist is coming back to life in New York this fall when Diemut Strebe's creepy living copy of Vincent van Gogh's ear makes its New York debut at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts. Show More Summary
You've seen the artist without the ear, now see the ear without the artist.
Diemut Strebe, Sugababe (2014) Pin it Are you hearing this? There's a living replica of Vincent van Gogh's famous ear currently being shown at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York City. READ MORE »
"Bravery is always more intelligent than fear, since it is built on the foundation of what one knows about oneself: the knowledge of one’s strength and capacity, of one’s passion."
vincentvangogh-art: A Sunday in Eindhoven Vincent van Gogh
[caption id="attachment_75304" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Vincent van Gogh, Paysage Sous Un Ciel Mouvementé, 1889.Courtesy of Sotheby's.[/caption] Impressionist and modernist works did better in Sotheby's second sale last night. Show More Summary
Sotheby's also sold a Van Gogh for $54 million and a Monet for $34 million as the fall art auction season kicks off
Author Helen DeWitt’s Top Ten for the current issue of Artforum includes the new edition of Frank O’Hara’s Lunch Poems; and nine other flashes of art, architecture, literature, and residents in between. A highly readable list of recommendations from the highly readable Berlin-based writer. An excerpt: 3 LUNCH POEMS, FRANK O’HARA (CITY LIGHTS BOOKS, 1964/2014) […]
Boris Becker may be recognised by tennis fans worldwide after enjoying spectacular success in the sport but few would have compared the German's looks to legendary artist Vincent van Gogh.
Dutch artist Jeroen Bisscheroux’s latest installation engages one of the senses that we often take for granted: hearing. Located on the Vincent van Gogh College in Assen, the Netherlands, the artwork, called TOON, comprises three giant maroon-colored conical horns. Show More Summary
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