October 2022 Art News

Ahead of ars publicata's launch on October 27th, Art & Object got an exclusive sneak peak into the mind of its CEO and co-founder, Pauline Schellmann.

Two and a half years in the making, Threads of Power is now open at the Bard Graduate Center Gallery. It is an impressive show that takes a historical, political, financial, and logical fashion point of view of the subject of lace.  

As the European location of the premier global destination for art and design education, SCAD Lacoste is now celebrating twenty years of creativity and innovation with the unveiling of Promenade de Sculptures. The enthralling, permanent installation of ten large-scale works embodies the ingenuity of ten student, alumni, and faculty artists — all elite representatives of SCAD’s talented network.
Here are 10 ways to embody art this Halloween.

The North Carolina Museum of Art began its “collection of art for the people” in 1928 when the then North Carolina State Art Society received a bequest of approximately 75 paintings from Robert F. Phifer.

Last week at the National Gallery in London, protestors from the campaign group, Just Stop Oil, threw a can of Heinz tomato soup at Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers and glued themselves to the wall of the gallery.

Ugandan multidisciplinary performance and installation artist, Acaye Kerunen, is making quite a splash on the international art scene. Combining storytelling, writing, acting, and activism in her art, Kerunen designs and creates ambitious, beautifully rendered biomorphic textile installation pieces.

Over the summer, excavators at Pompeii made an insightful and critical discovery that highlights the everyday lives of the non-elite of ancient Roman society, a portion of the population that is so rarely able to be studied. In the Region V site of the archeological park, excavators found a “middle-class” dwelling and its furnishings.

The Berkshires, a lush region of mountains, rolling green hills, and picturesque farmland in western Massachusetts, has long attracted artists looking to escape the summer heat and the frenetic year-round activity of nearby cities, New York, and Boston.

On October 12, 1492, Spanish ships waded into the Caribbean after a three-month-long journey. Led by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus (1451-1506), these Europeans “discovered” the new world, kicking off centuries of exploration, exploitation, and colonization of the Americas.

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