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The Black Art Depot Today is a blog that focuses on keeping all people inte...

 


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Representing a business brand identity through their web design is a challenge; ensuring the style and atmosphere of the website echoes behaviour the customer experience, and that’s before you even worry about things like accessibility, layout...

In May this year, an untitled Joan Mitchell painting from 1960 sold at an auction for $11.9 million, setting the record for highest selling artwork by female artist. That is, until Thursday this week, when a 1932 Georgia O'Keeffe painting, Jimson Wee...

He's history's murderous megalomaniac who just won't go away: The ghost of Adolf Hitler is back — this time with art in tow A watercolor painting titled "Standesamt und Altes Rathaus Muenchen" ("Civil Registry Office and Old Town Hall of Munich...

A cousin has challenged the will of Cornelius Gurlitt hours before the Swiss museum he named in May as his sole heir was poised to accept his bequest of hundreds of artworks.

An artIst remakes Whistler's historic room. A critic goes off topic.

Mary O'Malley's "Bottom Feeders" sculpture-series depicts cups, teapots, plates, saucers and bowls that appear to have been recovered from the sea-bottom, covered in barnacles, coral, tentacles and crustaceans. Read the rest...

ArtPrize Expands to Dallas

By ArtsBeat on Nov 20, 2014 in: Art

The contemporary-art contest ArtPrize, in which the public can bestow as much as $200,000 on an artist, is expanding into Dallas.