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Dumbo Brooklyn

DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk

It is that time of the month again! If you are in New York, please join us tonight as we head to Brooklyn for DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk and enjoy a festive night filled with art, culture and amazing people. This month we’ve also teamed up with the amazing meetup ART IS CULTURE (http://www.meetup.com/ART-IS-CULTURE). […]

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Turquoise Marilyn (1964)

Monday Muses: Warhol Week

Starting this week, we will be posting a weekly bio about a particular artist from the past that has randomly caught our eye. This week has been declared Warhol Week! We picked Andy Warhol because much of his work is still ever present in our society today. His work is considered revolutionary in the pop-art […]

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Deep Fried Gadgets

Two Funnel Cakes and an IPad Please!

Now, hear me out for a minute.  Each time return to college in North Carolina I eagerly wait for the State Fair that has everything from carnival rides to livestock exhibitions.  But the most astonishing part of the weeklong event may in fact be the food.  Literally everything under the sun (from Oreos to alligator […]

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False Start (1959)_1996 Jasper Johns_Collection David Geffen, Los Angeles_Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

Jasper Johns Birthday

Today is Jasper Johns birthday and in light of him turning 82, we here at Artsnapper would like to share some information about one of the greatest artists of our time. Jasper Johns is known to have led the Neo Dada movement and is best known for his flag images and targets. Kenneth Griffin, the […]

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Art Predictions for 2012

Village Voice art critic Christian Viveros-Faune has made three predictions (with an introductory caveat that translates to, “just guessing, after all!”) for the coming year. The first one strikes me as a no-brainer; Viveros-Faune talks about the “aesthetics of decline,” the art movement that reflects the increasingly drab socioeconomic climate, spurred on by the increasingly heated […]

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