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About Planet.R

Continuously searching for intelligent life in my own rosy world.

John C Gonzalez | Installation Box Workshop

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This weekend, visitors to the Gallery joined artist John C Gonzalez for a sculpture workshop to participated in Installation Box, Version 4, 2016 as part of the exhibition Works well with others. Participants worked with Gonzalez to…

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WOMEN ARTISTS HAVING THEIR SAY

URI Feinstein Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program presents WOMEN ARTISTS HAVING THEIR SAY March 1-31 Gallery Night Reception March 17, 5-9pm This exhibit features a group of local professional artists who happen to be women, and whose work in a … Continue reading

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The Providence Journal features the installation of Dead Animals

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Gallery assistant, Amato Zinno, dips his roller to finish painting the gallery wall near Damien Hirst’s “Away from the Flock,” a piece from Hirst’s Natural History series that features a lamb in formaldehyde solution. Kris…

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The 2015 Faculty Show At The David Winton Bell Gallery

  November 7, 2015 – December 21, 2015 The 2015 Faculty Exhibition presents new and recent works by 20 artists from across Brown University’s faculty at the David Winton Bell Gallery. This year’s exhibition reflects the creative, cross-disciplinary spirit that … Continue reading

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Western Art, Artists and India: A presentation by Shanay Jhaveri

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Artist of the Month: Christine Aaron

Originally posted on Where is Paperwoman?:
Do you have the winter blues? Right now, if you are in the New England area, you might say: “yes!” We have had quite the winter so far, with snowstorm after snowstorm, and bitter cold…

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Spotlight: Honoré Daumier’s “Voyage Dans Les Populations Empressées”

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Honoré Daumier, Voyage a travers les populations empressées, c. 1834 Lithograph Gift of Joseph Shapiro Given the recent Charlie Hebdo shootings and the conversations they have spurred about satire and creative freedom, it seems appropriate to turn to one…

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