African America art from Kinsey Collection shown in Tacoma

A new exhibit at the Tacoma Art Museum is looking to fill the gaps in human consciousness and standard education regarding African American history.

Beginning Saturday, the museum will feature over 150 artifacts from the renowned Kinsey African American Art & History Collection.

“There are those who have contributed … vastly to this country, and continue to, but aren’t acknowledged as the contributors,” Khalil Kinsey said in an interview with The News Tribune. “As a result, that allows for a lot of misunderstanding, a lot of intolerance, a lot of misinformation and lies.”

Khalil is the general manager

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How fabled indie Dallas art space Oliver Francis Gallery was reborn, with a twist

The Dallas art scene seemed to be flourishing in the early 2010s. Showrooms flocked to the Design District, influential galleries began attending the newly minted Dallas Art Fair, institutions like the Nasher Sculpture Center seemed to be hitting new heights, and there was a crop of young artists making work and opening DIY spaces all over the city. At the center of this young, cool art crowd was Oliver Francis Gallery, which had become the stuff of Dallas art lore.

Even for those who were there, who had seen its left-of-center art exhibits, who had sweated through hot summer nights

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Hunter Biden snaps at critics of art dealings: ‘F— em’

Hunter Biden, the scandal-plagued son of President Biden, has choice words for critics of his high-priced art dealings 

The younger Biden appeared Thursday on art podcast Nota Bene, where he responded to critics of his art dealings by saying “f— ’em.” 

Hunter’s paintings are priced between $75,000 and $500,000, despite his lack of artistic experience, raising alarms among ethics experts. 

“I never said what my art was going to cost or how much it would be priced at,” Biden told hosts Nate Freeman and Benjamin Godsill. 

“I’d be amazed if my art had sold for $10, just because

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The Dayton Art Institute announced it will add Thursday to its weekday hours.

The DAI will open two new Focus Exhibitions in conjunction with the expanded hours. “Photography through Time” will be on view July 30 through Oct. 24, and “Spotlight on Africa: Gifts from Dianne Komminsk” will be on view Aug. 7 through Nov. 4.

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“Photography through Time” explores the range of photographic processes and techniques within the Dayton Art Institute’s extensive photography collection.

From early photographic processes to contemporary artworks, the exhibition will include examples of daguerreotype, cyanotype, albumen, gelatin silver, chromogenic, photogravure and inkjet photographs.

Dr. Harold Edgerton

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SUMMER ART, NEW PUBLIC HOURS ANNOUNCED AT THE FRANCES LEHMAN LOEB ART CENTER AT VASSAR COLLEGE | The Scene

POUGHKEEPSIE – Vassar College’s Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center presents a summer of art with exhibitions ranging from Robert Rauschenberg’s news-inspired screen prints and a related photo display, drawings by sculptor Harry Roseman, and a poignant commemoration of Juneteenth.

The Loeb Art Center also returns to regular public hours, every day (except Monday) from 11am to 5pm. As always, admission is free. For more information about accessing the Vassar campus, please refer to VassarTogether.

Summer exhibitions include:

Time Capsule, 1970: Rauschenberg’s Currents, an in-depth look at avant-garde artist Robert Rauschenberg’s famous 1970 series of politically charged screen prints, is on

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The Growth Trajectory Of The Global Online Art Market

According to Statista, global online art sales increased by 4% from 2018 to 2019 to approximately $4.82 billion. Estimates point that it will nearly double to $9.32 billion by 2024, as the pandemic has had a huge impact on the online art market.

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In this mouthwatering outlook, how much has the ensuing e-commerce impacted the online art market?

The Future of the Online Art Market

In the global online art market, buyers and sellers trade works of art via the internet. This includes antiques, digital artworks, and collectibles that are usually related

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