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Artist unites childlike, mature ways of seeing in MU exhibit

"Soha (Muma’s Photographs)" by Priya Suresh Kambli

“Soha (Muma’s Photographs)” by Priya Suresh Kambli

Children open their eyes to see small details and observe oddities which elude their grown counterparts. Adults, at their most aware, step back to connect elements within a picture plane, detecting greater narratives and conclusions.

We are better off when we unite these ways of seeing, rather than pitting them against one another. This truth comes home again and again in the work of Priya Kambli; images by the photographic artist and Truman State University professor currently are displayed in the University of Missouri’s George Caleb Bingham Gallery.

The very title of

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Portrait of Famed Fashion Designer Virgil Abloh by Pop Culture Artist Rob Prior and its 1:1 NFT sold for $1 Million at Art Basel Miami By DailyCoin


Portrait of Famed Fashion Designer Virgil Abloh by Pop Culture Artist Rob Prior and its 1:1 NFT sold for $1 Million at Art Basel Miami

Internationally renowned pop artist and painter Rob Prior announced today a historic, multi-million dollar art sale at Art Basel Miami. The sale included the purchase of a watercolor portrait of famed fashion designer Virgil Abloh by real estate executive Daniel Pettit for $1 million. Prior painted the piece live in Miami, and Pettit immediately offered to purchase it. Painting comes with a rare 1:1 NFT of the portrait minted by QNFT, a division of BQT

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Pop Culture Artist Rob Prior Closes Multi-Million Dollar Art Sale at Art Basel Miami

Miami, FL, December 07, 2021 –(PR.com)– Internationally renowned pop artist and painter, Rob Prior, announced today an historic, multi-million dollar art sale at Art Basel Miami. The sale included the purchase of a watercolor portrait of ​​famed fashion designer Virgil Abloh by real estate executive Daniel Pettit for $1 million. Prior painted the piece live in Miami, and Pettit immediately offered to purchase it.

“As an art collector, it’s one thing to make a transactional purchase and own a piece of art,” Pettit said. “But watching Rob paint, and then getting to take that piece home and relive

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Arts & Culture Newsletter: In ‘Birds Of a Different Feather,’ artist Saki plays with identity and the avian world

Good morning, and welcome to the U-T Arts & Culture Newsletter.

I’m David L. Coddon, and here’s your guide to all things essential in San Diego’s arts and culture this week.

The wearable art of the Southern California-based artist Saki is by design transformative: “People who’ve worn my works become different people. They become more confident. They wear a different persona.”

Saki’s dioramas play with gender identity and the avian world at its most fanciful in her exhibition “Birds Of a Different Feather” at the Oceanside Museum of Art. “Much of the art that I created is inspired

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