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Quickly Draw Heads with the Loomis Method – Part 1

Hey, guys, welcome to Proko. My name is Stan Prokopenko. It’s been six years since I made my first Loomis head drawing video. And since then I’ve gotten a lot of questions regarding the Loomis method. So, I think it’s a good time to take a second look at it through a bunch of quick […]

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SuperRaeDizzle – Draw My Life

Hey everybody! It’s Rae here and welcome to my 1 million subscriber Draw my Life special, which, thank you by the way, for 1 million subscribers. It has been an absolute honor and I want to say sorry to all my friends and family who I did not include in this. I wish I’d include […]

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The Museum Of Bad Art

In the greenery of Cape Cod, an auspicious black tie affair, appropriate for those who’ve never been able to tie one of the things. At last, a bold new collection that celebrates artistic flops, failures and foul-ups, brought to you by the Museum of Bad Art, known to its affectionate followers as MOBA. This is […]

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Walk the Painting (S2, E5) | AT THE MUSEUM

Bo Berkman, Lead Preparator: There’s not that many large works or sawhorses on four or five anyway…. Bo: Let’s bring most of this to the other tables and a couple of lights to follow me with. Bo: Anny, how are you? Anny Aviram, Senior Paintings Conservator: Good morning, how are you? Bo: I’m really great. […]

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LIVE Q&A with MoMA Curator Anne Umland (April 24)

Hi, good evening. My name is Anne Umland. I’m a curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture here at The Museum of Modern Art. And we are standing here in one of the Museum’s 5th floor galleries in Midtown Manhattan in between 53rd and 54th Street. And we are really tremendously lucky, because it […]

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Art Speaks (S1, E4) | AT THE MUSEUM

There’s no better place to have breakfast than at the MoMA. We planned it ahead of time. Oh, this one’s yours. How did I do that? This is just a go-to. You have to come here, you know? You get refreshed, and get it all figured out, then go on from there. You know until […]

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Why China’s art market is evolving from knockoffs to new works

JUDY WOODRUFF: For the past week, we have been reporting on China’s explosive growth and development as a world power. Tonight, we look at how Chinese artists are recreating what they call the country’s cultural aristocracy by producing original art. That is a shift from recent years, when China produced 75 percent of the world’s […]