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(Clockwise, from top left) Eric Baudart, Atmosphere, 
aquarium, oil, electric fan, 2016; Fabio Carvalho, Delicado Desejos 
Series on view at Scope Art Fair; Arnix Wilnoudt, The Forbidden Fruit 
Tree, Antique Alter Candle Holder, mixed-media and silicone; Abigail 
Goldman, Hold On, Diorama, mixed-media, 2014; Jorge Otero, Untitled 
Connon Series, handwoven photograph, 2016.

(Clockwise, from top left) Eric Baudart, Atmosphere, aquarium, oil, electric fan, 2016; Fabio Carvalho, Delicado Desejos Series on view at Scope Art Fair; Arnix Wilnoudt, The Forbidden Fruit Tree, Antique Alter Candle Holder, mixed-media and silicone; Abigail Goldman, Hold On, Diorama, mixed-media, 2014; Jorge Otero, Untitled Connon Series, handwoven photograph, 2016.


THE MIAMI ART FAIRS: EXHILERATING AND PERHAPS OVERLY ABUNDANT

Artscope correspondent J. Fatima Martins is filing ongoing reports from Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 and many Art Week Miami fairs taking place throughout the week. Here she offers her ‘top 5’ selections based on her professional and personal preferences. At Artscope, we believe that art is most relevant when the viewer is able to […]


Claudia Comte, 156 Triangles and Their Demonstration,
2016, represented by Konig Galerie & Gladstone Gallery.

Claudia Comte, 156 Triangles and Their Demonstration, 2016, represented by Konig Galerie & Gladstone Gallery.


Artscope has arrived at Art Basel Miami Beach

Artscope Magazine publisher Kaveh Mojtabai and correspondent J. Fatima Martins have arrived at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016; this is the first of a series of reports Martins will be filing from the host Miami Beach Conference Center and surrounding Art Week Miami locations.l By J. Fatima Martins The Public Sector at Art Basel is […]


Art Basel Miami 2016

Art Basel Miami 2016


Recent World Events Hover Above Art Basel Miami Beach 2016

As Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 is about to open its doors to the public, Nancy Nesvet files this report on the pre-opening buzz surrounding this year’s show as well as the surrounding Miami Art Fairs. She did not attend the fair. By Nancy Nesvet Although artists and gallerists could not know the results of […]


Arlington International Film Festival Image: 	From Left: AIFF founder Alberto Guzman, Clarence film director Kristin Catalano, John Rule, 	Paper Lanterns film director Barry Frechette and producer Peter Grilli and AIFF executive director April Ranck.

Arlington International Film Festival Image: From Left: AIFF founder Alberto Guzman, Clarence film director Kristin Catalano, John Rule, Paper Lanterns film director Barry Frechette and producer Peter Grilli and AIFF executive director April Ranck.


The Arlington International Film Festival

Arlington International Film Festival Kate Kenney Rain trickled down the glittering marquee of Arlington’s Capitol Theater as the Arlington International Film Festival prepared to kick off its sixth year with four days of culturally diverse independent film in late October. The festival consists of three parts: The annual Student Poster Contest, the High School Student […]


From Left: Studio of Terry Levin, Photo by Nasser K, Studio of Brian Murphy

From Left: Studio of Terry Levin, Photo by Nasser K, Studio of Brian Murphy


First Friday at SoWa Artists Guild

SoWa Artists Guild Kate Kenney A November nail clipping moon floats over the brick lined side street that houses the non-profit, SoWa Artists Guild at 450 Harrison Avenue in Boston. The building once held a variety of businesses, but now houses fine artists and galleries exclusively. Inside is warm and welcoming, and lively with imagination […]



November/December2016 Centerfold

    Artscope 65, November/December 2016 art: Where it Comes From artist: Talia Lefton medium: felted wool Talia Lefton works with wool, yarn, and fabric to create tangible explorations of identity, transformation, and space. This piece uses the mutable qualities of felt to depict a period of self-examination. Drawing from a mythical representation of shapeshifting, […]



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November/December 2016 Classifieds

Your work could be artscope’s next CENTERFOLD. Your work can be Artscope’s next CENTERFOLD. Work by established and emerging artists welcome. For the January/February 2017 issue we will be accepting submissions in the category of Nature-based art created only with natural elements. Send up to three images and your statement with contact information to: centerfold@artscopemagazine.com […]



November/December 2016

  Article Excerpts: Welcome | A 2016 State of Mind: Printmakers Tackle the Issues   | Plastic Imagination: An Illusionary Soul Comes to Life | Message in a Bottle: British Marine Art at Yale | Sweet Sixteen: DeCordova’s NE Biennial | School Daze: Jerzyk and McCabe at Derryfield | Abstracts and Artifacts: Coming Together in Tiverton […]


Jason Noushin, Namia, 2015 antiquarian papers, mixed media.

Jason Noushin, Namia, 2015 antiquarian papers, mixed media.


Sweet Sixteen

DeCordova’s NE Biennial Elizabeth Michelman Spacious, spare and well ordered, this year’s deCordova New England Biennial — assembled by Jennifer Gross, chief curator and deputy director of curatorial affairs and Sarah Montross, associate curator — glows with conceptual clarity. The 16 artists hail from across the region and bring together aesthetics as varied as their […]