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Salon 94 Highlights Australian Aboriginal Art in New York

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Source: Ocula

New York gallery Salon 94 has begun the year with the exhibition Desert + Coast: Seven Elder Aboriginal Painters (11 January–21 February), which __explores the work of senior Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia.

Spanning almost the entirety of Salon 94’s expansive 89th Street exhibition space, Desert + Coast is the culmination of two years of discussions with curators in the United States and Australia as well as remote Aboriginal communities down under.

We wanted to present the ‘most forward-looking, innovative, and imaginative painters of the continent,’ said Salon 94 founder, Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn.

Read more: https://ocula.com/magazine/art-news/salon-94-highlights-australian-aboriginal-art/

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“Who Made This Artwork?” An Innovative Tool for Quick and Easy Identification of African Art

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Source: More Branches

According to ArtTactic, an art market analysis firm, the sales of artwork by African makers grew by an impressive 44.1% to reach $72.4 million in 2021. African art is increasing in popularity, and this is also made clear by their survey that shows that 70% of global art experts hold a positive view of the African art market for the future.

This increase in the popularity of African art is also evident in the number of successful exhibitions by African artists globally. For example, Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui’s solo exhibitions in the US & South Korea garnered widespread critical acclaim, while Nigerian painter Njideka Akunyili Crosby’s works have been showcased at prestigious venues like the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

Read more: https://www.morebranches.com/who-made-this-artwork-an-innovative-tool-for-quick-and-easy-identification-of-african-art/

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Black Hills Indian Artist Market showcases unique Native American artwork

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Source: KEVN Black Hills Fox

The Black Hills Indian Artist Market returned to Rapid City’s Dahl Arts Center for the fourth consecutive year.

Paintings, photography, and more were on display, but the market featured more than just visual art. In addition, the market included live music, a fashion show, and more. The artwork included at the market often utilized vibrant colors and traditional themes, which artists and organizers attributed to the unique styles of tribes in and around the Black Hills.

Read more: https://www.blackhillsfox.com/2024/04/21/black-hills-indian-artist-market-showcases-unique-native-american-artwork/

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Bleach Manga Art Receives Blessing at a Buddhist Temple

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Source: Tokyo Weekender

One of the three Shonen manga greats, Bleach was resurrected from certain death and came back to us as the final anime arc, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War in 2022. What’s more, specially produced Bleach manga art scrolls were also blessed in a Buddhist temple.

Bleach Blessing at Jindaiji Temple

Two Bleach art scrolls from the specially-made The Millennium series have undergone a blessing ceremony at Jindaiji Temple in Chofu, Tokyo. According to Shueisha Manga-Art Gallery, this was following the advice of Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere, who had previously curated a manga exhibition at the British Museum.

Read more: https://www.tokyoweekender.com/art_and_culture/bleach-manga-art-blessed-temple/

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