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The 81-year-old queen consort balances royal duties with messy easels.
The suburban Long Island building is nondescript, the security detail minding it discreet. Inside, Her Majesty Queen Sonja of Norway is involved in a messy business. Her hair perfectly coiffed, her gray corduroys and navy cardigan covered by a white lab coat, ...
 
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Isa Lorenzo and Rachel Rillo curate a pair of exhibits that directly challenges preconceptions of painting and photography.
Does the process of creating art dictate its form? At what point does deviating from convention strip a piece of its categorization? What constitutes a painting? And when does a photograph stop being a photograph?Silverlens Galleries aims to answer these questions with ...
 
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Has art lost its soul?
When the new documentary The Price of Everything hits theaters on October 19 (it’ll also air on HBO November 12), there will be a bit more than six weeks until Art Basel Miami Beach—the art world’s annual seaside bacchanal—kicks off and, more likely than ...
 
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It was the first western wedding at the sanctuary in Naoshima, Japan.
A shared love of art brought Caroline Ghosn and Nicholas Flanders to Naoshima, Japan, for their wedding on July 7, 2018. Since 1987 the small island has been an art haven, thanks to a Japanese billionaire, Soichiro Fukutake, who bought part of ...
 
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The exhibit spurs discussions on the creation of contemporary art in the Philippines from an outsider’s point of view.
Philippine art is continuously shaped by the story of its diaspora, wherein one’s sense of culture is informed by an exodus—both within the country, in travels between islands of a scattered archipelago; and outside, where the Filipino’s inquisitive nature adopts and remixes ...
 
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As Frieze week kicks off, T&C selects the best cultural destinations to visit this season.
This season, the Windy City is home to a new solo exhibition by the London-based artist Enrico David at the Museum of Contemporary Art and a display of paintings by John Singer Sargent at the Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to design-forward ...
 
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The auction house showcased an exquisite curation of European art and antiques.
Auction house Casa de Memoria brought lovers of all things exquisite together for an evening of food, art, and antiquities in celebration of its most recent offering of Decorative Arts and Designs. ...
 
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Masterpiece collectors break auction world records.
When an unidentified buyer paid $2.2 million for José Joya’s iconic work Space Transfiguration at a recent auction of León Gallery in Manila, it was proven that some of the highest prices for works of art take place on the auction block. Here are ...
 
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The exhibition will showcase more than 100 artworks chosen by The Prince of Wales
More than 100 artworks selected personally by The Prince of Wales will go on show as part of the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace in honor of His Royal Highness’s 70th birthday.The exhibition, ‘Prince and Patron’, will present some of the Prince’s ...
 
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Our design correspondent on the gorgeous acquisitions at the art event of the season.
Ah, Masterpiece. The London show in its ninth year opened to the public Thursday, and what a show it is. The surviving iteration of the venerable Grosvenor House Antiques Fair has become a cross-category powerhouse, the premiere event for “looking,” in the ...
 
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The piece will be up for auction on June 9.
At Leon Gallery in Legazpi Village, Makati, sits a curiosity; director Jaime Ponce de Leon considers it a national treasure. The piece is a single-piece hardwood relief depicting a man, unquestionably Filipino, dressed in European strongman’s shorts and lifting a dumbbell, his ...
 
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The Iloilo Museum of Contemporary Art features artworks by modern Filipino masters.
Megaworld Corp. has numerous township developments all over the country—from Manila, Pampanga and Batangas in Luzon, to Bacolod and Talisay City in the Visayas and Davao in Mindanao—but the one in Iloilo is unique for one very special reason. It’s the first ...
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