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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Penn State graduate student features ‘inner beauty’ within art exhibition at Woskob Family Gallery | State College News

State College has welcomed a new art exhibition — a showcase of complex emotion, inner beauty and one Penn State graduate student’s wide range of artistic capabilities.

The exhibition by Yeonhye Park is titled “The Eternity of the Moment” and resides within the Woskob Family Gallery downtown. It contains three ceramic pieces, an installation and nine paintings.

“I’ve studied in Korea and China, so I had exhibitions in different countries, but [this] is my first experience in the U.S.,” Park (graduate-painting and drawing) said. “I am excited to have this show, and the scale is also quite huge.”

Park said

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Hunter Biden’s Art Featured at Trendy New York Gallery Could Fetch Big Bucks

Hunter Biden’s Art Featured at Trendy New York Gallery Could Fetch Big Bucks

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Hunter Biden says art saved his life as he battled with substance abuse, but a new gallery show featuring his paintings for sale is raising eyebrows as some cry foul and say there is a conflict of interest. The paintings are priced between $75,000 and $500,000, a pretty penny

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Las Vegas Grocery Hid a Mind-Bending Art Gallery Behind a Fridge

An “interdimensional” Nevada grocery store filled with mind-bending products, alien portals and unexpected landscapes contains a 52,000-square-foot art installation hidden behind a refrigerator door.

Customers in Las Vegas, Nevada find the mysterious cooler leads to a labyrinth of colorful designs that have gone viral.

The immersive exhibit at Omega Mart affords customers access to a surreal world that’s unlocked with an employee card each guest receives — with no instructions.

“When I arrived in Las Vegas, I saw multiple advertisements starting in the airport and social media,” said supermarket visitor Steve Yalo from Long Island, New York.

An art production
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OSF Medical Center adds Bellini artwork to new art gallery

PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) — OSF Saint Francis Medical Center unveiled the first artwork to be featured in their new art gallery Friday.

Organizers from OSF and the Peoria Riverfront Museum are working together to curate and install works of art depicting Saint Francis, the man who inspired the hospital’s mission 144 years ago.

Friday’s guests were able to catch the first glimpse of a high-resolution, digital print of the painting Saint Francis in the Desert, painted by Giovanni Bellini around 1476 during the Renaissance.

The original painting is currently located in Frick Madison Museum in New York City.


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Still here: ‘Uba Seo Gallery assists with Nisenan Tribe visibility

Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan tribal spokesperson Shelly Covert talks about some of the collaboration that went into the artwork created for the grand opening of the ‘Uba Seo Gallery, and the Visibility Through Art show, titled “Destruction of the Land, Destruction of the People.” The opening reception with appetizers and wine is from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight at 225 Broad St. in Nevada City.
Photo: Elias Funez

The California Heritage Indigenous Research Project is celebrating the grand opening of the ‘Uba Seo Nisenan Arts and Culture gallery with a reception for the fifth annual Visibility Through Art show, titled

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