Mr. McMullan unearths some of his never-before-seen theater posters to demonstrate how he created each work, from early studies to final versions.
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The loosening of restrictions on trade and travel to Cuba has helped a local gallery owner expand his collection.
Source: Houston Gallery Wants To Be Ambassador For Cuban Art – Houston Public Media
To stir and shake the classical environment, the Urur Olcott Kuppam Vizha this year brings the non-classical and marginalised art traditions into classically tagged spaces.
Source: Urur Olcott Kuppam Vizha: Art outside comfort zones – The Hindu
Ahead of a London gallery opening its first selfie exhibition, can such pictures really be considered art?
Source: Can selfies really be art? London’s Saatchi Gallery thinks so – BBC News
If you’re an artist, would you consider holding an exhibit to raise funds for a charity? Here’s one story on how an event like this can help.
To show appreciation for her improving health when she moved to Santa Barbara, artist Kat Martin began volunteering for Hospice of Santa Barbara.
Source: Hospice Art Exhibit Reflects Artist’s Own ‘Visual Journey’ | Arts & Entertainment – Noozhawk.com
The road to hell, the saying goes, is paved with the best of intentions, and that is very much the case with the complex art world conundrum explored in the lively, involving documentary “Saving Banksy .”
Source: ‘Saving Banksy’ investigates the tension between the ethos of street art and a desire to preserve it – LA Times
Throughout this year, ambitious projects will be unveiled all over America — and they don’t cost anything to see.
Source: 10 Places to See Public Art in 2017 – The New York Times