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Blog: 9/11 steel sculpture art piece available for viewing in Corralitos, September 10, 2021 - Phil Gomez

9/11 steel sculpture art piece available for viewing in Corralitos

Phil Gomez

Local artist Miya Ando commemorated the events of 9/11 with a steel sculpture created from material from the World Trade Center.

The sculpture is called "Reflectivity: September 11 memorial sculpture" and it sits 3,000 miles away from New York and rests at the Corralitos Cal Fire station to honor the first responders who made the ultimate sacrifice 20 years ago.

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Blog: 9/11 20th anniversary London: The memorial you can visit, September 10, 2021 - Immy Share

9/11 20th anniversary London: The memorial you can visit

Immy Share

It has been 20 years since the world came to a halt on September 11, 2001 when the United States of America was attacked.

 

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Blog: Huntington Museum of Art to presents American Paintings exhibition, September  5, 2021 - The Herald-Dispatch

Huntington Museum of Art to presents American Paintings exhibition

The Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — Outstanding works from the Huntington Museum of Art’s permanent collection make up the American Paintings exhibition, which is on view now until Feb. 13, 2022.

 
 
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Blog: Hung Liu, artist who documented the immigrant experience, has died at 73, August 11, 2021 - Oscar Holland

Hung Liu, artist who documented the immigrant experience, has died at 73

Oscar Holland

Artist Hung Liu, whose striking portraits depicted life in Maoist China and the American immigrant experience, has died at age 73. Liu's death on Saturday followed a battle with pancreatic cancer, according to the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC, where she was due to open a major exhibition later this month.
 
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Blog: Artist Hung Liu, subject of current de Young Museum exhibition, dies at 73, August  9, 2021 - Tony Bravo

Artist Hung Liu, subject of current de Young Museum exhibition, dies at 73

Tony Bravo

Chinese-born American artist Hung Liu, an Oakland-based painter internationally recognized for her work exploring notions of identity, immigration and the Maoist culture she grew up in, has died just as her latest exhibit went on display at San Francisco’s de Young Museum.

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Blog: Hung Liu, Painter of Empathic Portraits of Immigrants, Refugees, and More, Is Dead at 73, August  9, 2021 - Tessa Solomon

Hung Liu, Painter of Empathic Portraits of Immigrants, Refugees, and More, Is Dead at 73

Tessa Solomon

Hung Liu, an artist whose childhood in Maoist China inspired intimate explorations of identity, has died at the age of 73. 

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Blog: Honoring the Past With Art and Tears, August  6, 2021 - Peter Saenger

Honoring the Past With Art and Tears

Peter Saenger

With a style of ‘weeping realism’ often based on photos, California-based Hung Liu evokes the crucible of China’s Cultural Revolution.

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Blog: Heather Jansch Obituary, August  3, 2021 - Kieron Jansch

Heather Jansch Obituary

Kieron Jansch

My mother, Heather Jansch, who has died aged 72 following a stroke, was a renowned sculptor who specialised in images of the horse in driftwood and bronze.

 

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Blog: Iowa State celebrates Public Art Day with series of tours, July  8, 2021 - Ronna Faaborg

Iowa State celebrates Public Art Day with series of tours

Ronna Faaborg

The University Museums are celebrating Iowa State’s public art with a full day of tours on Friday.

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Blog: Diehl gallery hosts annual summer kickoff, June 30, 2021 - Siena Rush

Diehl gallery hosts annual summer kickoff

Siena Rush

One summer evening, every summer for 17 years and counting, the Diehl Gallery hosts a fête, or as the gallery describes it an “annual feast for the eyes.”

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