Neene Mythos

Frohawk Two Feathers - My creators Death Is Gving Me So Much Life (El Mundo es Tuyo), 2016 Art and Music Fuse in a New Los Angeles Group Show

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As the political dust settles in the wake of the 2016 election, we find ourselves in a deeply divided country. Sanctuary was created to question those divisions. A performance of art and music will flow throughout the gallery, while movement and poetry will...

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Richard Deacon - Tomorrow And Tomorrow And Tomorrow, 2000 A Landmark Exhibition of Richard Deacon Sculptures at Middelheim Museum

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Many of Richard Deacon sculptures are wholly or partly based on refabrication or adaptation. “Richard Deacon belongs to a generation of artists who continue to keep the relevance and importance of sculpture at the forefront, especially in a context where...

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Terry St. John -Aunyarat By Window Terry St. John Art Gets a Retrospective at Dolby Chadwick Gallery

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For more than sixty years, Terry St. John art has been meaningful and full of landscapes of the West Coast and bodies of substance and weight. But it hasn’t always been this way. As a young man, Terry St. John thought he was suited for a life of business...

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Wu Tsang - Duilian 2016. Courtesy the artist Devotional Document of Wu Tsang Art at Nottingham Contemporary

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Nottingham Contemporary is pleased to announce details of the solo exhibition of Wu Tsang Art, this Summer. The installations, performances, sculptures and videos of the Berlin-based artist move fluidly between documentary and fiction. Titled Devotional...

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Kate McCarthy - Office Party The Fantastic Nest in Kate McCarthy Art at Matthew Rachman Gallery

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Kate McCarthy art has been exhibited all over the world including Germany, England, Australia, and now in Chicago, with a show titled The Fantastic Nest at Matthew Rachman Gallery. She is a Tasmania-based artist who brings together pastels, rainbows and...

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Robert-Rauschenberg-Charlene.-19541 At MoMA, Robert Rauschenberg Art is More Relevant than Ever

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The early 1950s was a time when Robert Rauschenberg art was beginning to flourish. It was the heyday of the heroic gestural paintings of Abstract Expressionism. Rauschenberg challenged this tradition with an egalitarian approach to materials, bringing the...

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