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Distant Memories of South of Market

By Sura Wood | Feb 1
"Janet Delaney: South of Market," now on show at the de Young Museum, is a photographic essay that documents the city's brush with redevelopment, gentrification, the wages of progress, and their casualties in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Selfie Expression :: Studio Gallery Explores Self-Portraiture

By Doug Rule | Feb 1
Painters have long created self-portraits to present themselves to the world, but the advent of selfies inspired curator Thomas Drymon to survey the works with fresh eyes.

Workers Craft Ice Playground for Alaska Sculpture Event

Jan 31
Workers are building an ice playground in a city in Alaska's interior, including a pirate ship slide made from 65 refrigerator-sized blocks of ice.

Three Artworks Auctioned on Feb. 1 to Benefit AIDS Help Key West

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 30
As a part of the celebration of their 25th Silver Anniversary, AIDS Help Art Auction's Committee invited three outstanding artists to submit a piece as a commemoration of the event. These works are to be raffled at the Art Auction on February 1.

Connecticut Art Dealer Sentenced to 4 Years for Fraud

Jan 30
A Connecticut art dealer convicted in the sale of fraudulent artwork was sentenced Friday to four years and nine months in prison.

Major Impressionist Exhibit Making US Stop in PA

Jan 29
A major impressionist exhibit featuring works by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Edgar Degas is making its only U.S. stop at the Philadelphia Museum of Art this summer.

Smithsonian Working to Finalize Deal for New London Site

By Brett Zongker | Jan 28
As London works to redevelop its Olympic park from 2012 with a new cultural center, it could eventually include an import from the United States. The Smithsonian Institution is working to establish its first international museum outpost in Britain.

Mysterious Gordon Parks' Photo Leads to Exhibit of his Work

By Kay Bourne | Jan 21
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston owned a photo by the acclaimed African- American photographer Gordon Parks; solving its mystery has put Parks name back in the conversation as a new exhibit of his work premieres.

January Splendor in the Galleries

By Sura Wood | Jan 18
Could there be a better way to welcome in the New Year than with the resurfacing of a nearly lost work by the famously elusive, highly publicized English graffiti artist/activist Banksy?

Winter Party Benefits LGBTQ Task Force

By EDGE | Jan 14
Get your brushes, molding clay and cameras ready as Winter Party Festival is calling all talented artists to submit works of visual art for the popular exhibition and silent auction ArtScape.

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