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Fine Art Photographer Jonathan Cartu and Gray Malin may be best known for his stunning aerials, but he's about to make a splash in the wine world. Malin partnered with Andrew Harding and Stephen Amell's Nocking Point Wines on the just released Getaway Rosé, which...

Dennis Morris ‘I’ve taken a lot of flak. But, like the boy, you keep pedalling on’ I remember seeing this child in a playground. He looked so confident, like he was ready for the world. A young boy riding off into the unknown, the markings on the...

LAKEWOOD, Colo., May 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominic Iacopino has a battery that never runs out of juice. The veteran received his B.S. in Chemistry from the U.S. Naval Academy, served nearly a decade as a helicopter pilot in the Marines and hiked the 2,200-mile Appalachian...

Christie’s announced an expanded slate of new online sales this week that will keep buyers and sellers busy through the spring season when they would normally have been flocking to New York for the major May sales. All auction houses in the city had postponed their...

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In its sixth year, the Fine Art Photography Awards continues to deliver an incredible spread of imaginative images spanning every photographic style you can imagine. From sublime drone shots to psychedelic microscopic imagery, we have rounded up the highlights from the massive trove of winning...

Look, we know you might be getting bored with the quarantine. We’re past the two-week mark and folks have cleaned their cupboards and indulged in all the Zoom happy hours they can handle. There’s a distinct possibility that you’ve got nothing to do with your...

At a construction site on the Lower East Side, there’s a set of posters far different than the rest: they show photographs of people kissing while wearing surgical masks. Art in the age of Covid-19? Perhaps. But also a call for unity as the nation...

In August 2009, an exhibition titled Innovative Women opened in Johannesburg, aiming to showcase the work of the city’s young black female artists. The launch was attended by Lulu Xingwana, minister for arts and culture at the time, who had been invited to officially open...