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Art News: Critics Weigh in on ‘Loving Vincent’

The art world is full of fascinating exhibitions, intriguing discoveries, and moments that shape history. Here are some of the latest news items making headlines this week.   Critics Praise [...]

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Video Premiere: Autumn de Forest: Portrait of a Young Artist

Being a world-renowned artist may not leave much time for socializing, but art prodigy Autumn de Forest still finds time to be a teenager. “I love to hang out with my friends, I love to go to [...]

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Auctioneer Spotlight: Johnnie Hilario and Nina Milosevic

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations. Here’s a chance to get to know them more as they share their favorite [...]

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Art News: Picasso at the Tate Modern, Maurizio Cattelan Joins Instagram, David Shepherd RIP

The art world is full of fascinating exhibitions, intriguing discoveries, and moments that shape history. Here are some of the latest art news items making headlines from this past week.   [...]

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“Brush Strokes of Africa” Tells The Story of Artist Andrew Bone’s Life With The Lions

Park West Gallery artist Andrew Bone knows a lot about lions, and not just as subjects for his beautiful, photorealistic wildlife artwork. Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Bone has had firsthand [...]

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The Top 5 Finalists Have Been Announced For 2017 MI Great Artist Competition

Five finalists have been chosen for the 2017 MI Great Artist Competition, a contest in support of up-and-coming artists in Southeast Michigan. 232 artists from 8 different local counties [...]

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Behind the Artist: Guy Harvey

Guy Harvey has spent his life studying and exploring the sea. Through his artistic vision, he shares that passion with the world. Harvey was born in 1955 in Bad Lippspringe, Germany while his [...]

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Art News: Banderas Plays Picasso, Irma’s Impact on Museums, Monet’s Collection on Display

The art world is full of fascinating exhibitions, intriguing discoveries, and moments that shape history. Here are some of the latest news items making headlines this week.   Antonio Banderas to [...]

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5 Practices to Avoid When Hanging Art

Art is subjective, so what someone hangs in their home or office is a matter of taste, style, and opinion. With that said, there are certain practices to avoid when hanging art. Whether for [...]

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Peter Max U.S. Open Art Featured in New York Times

The New York Times recently chronicled how iconic Pop artist Peter Max not only created art for the 1997 U.S. Open, but also adapted and expanded on his original work for the 2017 tennis [...]

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