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  • Way Before Kim Kardashian’s Butt Broke the Internet, There Was Iris Chacon

      Written by Andrew S. Vargas November 20, 2014 - SOURCE It seems 2014 will go down in history as the year mainstream American society discovered a long-held secret of the Latin community: nalgas. Sure, since the days of J-Lo there has been a brewing interest in the mysterious, exotic attractions of the trasero, but now with [...]
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  • The Human Iguana

    https://youtu.be/JgLAJ89F3vA    
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  • Hanging artwork

      Recently I witnessed a couple of artists struggling to hang artwork. They would “eyeball it” - hang a couple of pieces, and when the pieces were not level, they would adjust the nails, putting unnecessary holes in the wall, causing frustration, and wasting a lot of time. I’ve hung many shows with art groups, [...]
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  • A Black Man Hangs a White Supremacist: Tyler Shields’s Charged Photography

    Early life Shields was born to Jerry and Martha Shields in Jacksonville, Florida in 1982. Inline skating career Shields competed professionally as a vert inline skater. He participated in the 1999 and 2000 X Games and toured with Tony Hawk in 2003.[4][5][6]Shields directed an inline skate video titled .W.A.R. starring Chris Haffey. Photography Shields began his photography career by posting pictures to MySpace." His work often [...]
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  • The Drawing Center’s 2015–2016 Exhibition Schedule

    The Drawing Center's upcoming season launches with Drawing Sound, two events that look at the intersection of drawing, sound, and performance-based art. Billy Martin and String Noise (Conrad Harris and Pauline Kim) will curate multi-night performances in July and September, respectively. Also this summer, Robin Rhode will partner with a group of children ages 8-10 years to create a large-scale mural of [...]
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  • Mary Doyle Keefe: Model for Rockwell’s Rosie the Riveter Painting Dies

    FILE - In this May 22, 2002 file photo, Mary Doyle Keefe poses at her home in Nashua, N.H., with the May 29, 1943, cover of the Saturday Evening Post for which she had modeled as "Rosie the Riveter" in a Norman Rockwell painting. Keefe died Tuesday, April 21, 2015, in Simsbury, Conn., after a [...]
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  • World Art Day: April 15

    There are very many special days that we have the change to celebrate throughout the year: Women’s Day, Peace Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentines’ Day, Worker’s Day, Theater Day and so on. But we did not have any “ONE” special art day that would unite the whole world. On April 5-6, 2011, the 17th [...]
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  • Betye Saar: African-American artist, known for her work in the field of assemblage

    Betye Irene Saar (born July 30, 1926 in Los Angeles, California) is an American artist, known for her work in the field of assemblage. Saar was a part of the black arts movement in the 1970s, challenging myths and stereotypes. In the 1990s, her work was politicized while she continued to challenge the negative ideas of African-Americans. One of her better-known and [...]
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