27 Feb, 2024

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San Francisco Ballet’s Historic Gift of $60 Million

Unknown benefactors have donated an astounding $60 million to the San Francisco Ballet (SFB), marking the largest single contribution in the company’s near-century history. This gift is not only a milestone for SFB but also for American ballet. It promises an exciting future of innovation and artistic experimentation. Ballet’s Historic Moment Imagine the buzz in […]

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Mystique & Destiny renew vows in X MEN: WEDDING SPECIAL

Back in 2012, Marvel made HeadlinesThe same-sex marriage of mutant Northstar with Kyle Jinadu was celebrated in 2009. The wedding bells ring once more, after a decade of silence. Readers can witness the secret wedding between fan-favorite Mystique & Destiny in the upcoming issue. Marvel’s Voices: PrideOne-shot title X-Men The Wedding Special. Sporting a cover […]

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Spectacular Nature-Winning Photos From The Monochrome Photography Awards » Design You Trust

Winter Story by Bin Zhang, 1st place winner The 2023 Monochrome Photography Awards celebrate the creativity and artistry inherent in black-and-white photography. Photographers from around the globe submit their best monochromatic images each year to highlight its beauty and potency. More: Monochrome Photography Awards, Instagram The Leader by Xavier Ortega, 2nd place winner Among the […]

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Jo Beth Wharton: The Collage Chronicles

Crafting a Unique Voice Jo Beth Wharton grew up in Abilene, Texas, and moved to Sacramento in her 20s. From her earliest memories, Wharton’s life in Sacramento, California, has been immersed in the arts. Her childhood, a tapestry of drawing, painting, and creative play, laid the foundation for a lifelong journey in artistic expression. This early […]

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“Purple River” by Photographer Meghan Marin

A touching collection by Brooklyn-based photographer Meghan Marin (beforehand featured right here). Raised in upstate New York, Marin focuses on narrative primarily based portraiture and attracts closely from the quiet and solitude of her upbringing. Her work investigates queerness, private household dynamics, and the dualities inside small city American life. In “Red River,” Marin grapples […]

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Exploring the Unpredictably of the Human Body, Cristina Camacho Flays Symmetric Paintings — Colossal

 Artwork #Cristina Camacho #painting #sculpture February 16, 2024 Grace Ebert “Cuerpo hambriento”(2022), acrylic and canvas, 66 by 52 inches. All images © Cristina Camacho, shared with permission Cristina CamachoCanvas stretched over a skeletal structure is compared to skin. The flesh is both a protective barrier and a medium for expression. The artist peels it […]