Artists’ Cooperative Gallery of Westerly presents August

Justin Chen and Sienna Fusaro of Westerly High School.

For the past 30 years the Artists’ Cooperative Gallery of Westerly has given artists in Rhode Island and Connecticut an opportunity to showcase their works of art to the South County arts community. Since 1992, just as the founding artists had planned, the gallery exhibits a new show each month, and

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Flung pickle token: artist asks $10,000 for McDonald’s

A NZ$10,000 artwork consisting of a single slice of pickle plucked from a McDonald’s cheeseburger and flung on to the ceiling of an Auckland art gallery is a deliberately “provocative gesture” designed to question what has value, the artist’s gallery says.

The work, titled Pickle, belongs to Sydney-based Australian artist Matthew Griffin, and is one of four new works in

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An art gallery in a big rig on Stage Gulch Road?

Richard Satula’s big-rig art gallery is the very definition of a modern roadside attraction.

For just over a year now, the eye-catching 18-wheeler truck has occupied a small but prominent scrap of land at the south-eastern edge of Petaluma where Adobe Road meets Stage Gulch Road. Emblazoned with the words “Sandra’s Mobile Art Gallery” and a large pair of portraits

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Birmingham gallery selling two sets of Johnny Deep’s art so

Gerard Marti of Birmingham’s Robert Kidd Gallery no sooner hit send Friday on an email about his gallery selling two sets of highly coveted silkscreen prints by actor Johnny Depp when the calls and emails started rolling in.

“People are asking me how much it is, when are you going to have it, when can I see it?” said Marti.

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An Australian Artist Pulled a Pickle from a McDonald’s

Oftentimes, in art galleries, the question of whether an object is an artwork leaves onlookers in a pickle. In the case of one show in New Zealand, the object in question actually is a pickle.

For the exhibition, Australian artist Matthew Griffin plucked a pickle from a McDonald’s cheeseburger and slapped it to the ceiling of the gallery. The piece

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Whistler’s Woman in White on display at the National Gallery

James McNeill Whistler’s Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl, 1861–1863

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James McNeill Whistler’s Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl, 1861–1863

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An early painting by 19th century American artist James McNeill Whistler is the focus of an exhibition at Washington D.C.’s

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10 scenic and remote art museums that are worth the trip

Some museums require more than a plane and a taxi ride to be reached, but repay you with memories lasting a lifetime. CNN Style has picked some of the best, all nestled off the beaten track, offering stunning natural beauty and artistic value.

Hauser & Wirth Menorca (Spain)

Housed on a portion of an 18th century naval hospital, Hauser & Wirth Menorca combines art, education and conservation.

Housed on a portion of an 18th century naval hospital, Hauser &

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Activists glue themselves to Botticelli painting ‘Spring’ in

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Two activists of Ultima Generazione (Last Generation) glued themselves to the glass protecting Botticelli’s Primavera (Spring) in the Uffizi Gallery . Photo / Ultima Generation via AP

Environmental protestors glued themselves to the glass protecting world-famous artwork in Florance, Italy last week.

Two members of the climate activist group Ultima

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