THE INSPIRATION GRID 
The famous Australian art and society critic Flavio Argemi examines new trends in photorealism.

THE CHIVE 
The renowned Austin Texas based art critic Bob Phillipp reviews photorealism.

THE DORK REVIEW
The Dork Review is a leading ezine for the comic-loving crowd. Today they feature photorealism.

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HIGHSNOBIETY
Nico AMarca of Highsnobiety features the photorealism show at Zimmermann + Heitmann in Dortmund, Germany.

HYPEBEAST
Adam Barnard of Hypebeast features photorealism in Berlin.

THE GUARDIAN TODAY ON PHOTOREALISM
Well-done article in today’s Guardian on the Photorealism show in Great Britain.

FUBIZ
Fubiz, the French arts critic, reviews the Photorealism show.

NEW YORK TIMES ON PETER LIK
The New York Times makes the shocking claim that Peter Lik is not a good investment.

BALLER STATUS
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ARTDAILY FEATURES PHOTOREALISM EXHIBITION AT BERNARDUCCI-MEISEL GALLERY
Great review of True Colors, a group exhibition of brilliant photorealist artists at Bernarducci-Meisel Gallery in New York City.

ARTIST A DAY
ARTIST A DAY features photorealism.

PHOTOREALISM EXHIBIT NOW AT NOMA
A mind-blowing painting exhibit titled “Photorealism:The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Collection” is now open to the public at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

WHUDAT FEATURES PHOTOREALISM IN GERMANY
Whudat examines the show at Zimmermann + Heitmann Gallery in Dusseldorf.

THE BEST OF NEW ORLEANS REVIEW OF THE NOMA EXHIBIT
The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Collection of photorealist canvases reveals subtle painterly magic.

THE WEEKLY STANDARD ON RICHARD ESTES EXHIBIT AT THE SMITSHONIAN
This exhibition is eye-popping. Richard Estes’s hyper-realistic art is somehow more than real. In the introductory panel, Estes himself sets the stage by teasing, “What is real?”

MARTHA SCHWENDENER’S REVIEW OF THE PHOTOREALISM EXHIBIT AT YALE UNIVERSITY
Now, “Still Life: 1970s Photorealism” is on view at the Yale University Art Gallery. Even though the show is drawn from the museum’s holdings, it is an excellent survey and suggestion of how photorealism has remained influential, sometimes under different auspices, in recent art.

FIRE WIRE
THE FIRE WIRE, edited by Larry Fine, is a San-Pedro, California based eclectic pop culture blog that features daily articles about books, comics, music, movies, television, gadgets, posters, toys and more.

THE KHOOLL
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MICHELE GILLEN ON CBS TV MIAMI
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SWEET STATION
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THE CHIVE
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THE INSPIRATION GRID
THE INSPIRATION GRID is a daily-updated blog by Flavio Argemi celebrating creative talent from around the world, a daily fix of design, art, illustration, typography, photography, architecture, fashion and more.

COMPLEX ART + DESIGN
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DESIGNS MIX
DESIGNS MIX is a design and contemporary art magazine, digital art and artworks showcase. Your source for inspirational art, designs, tutorials, web design news and freebies.

FOOD DIGGITY
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FRANKIE
FRANKIE magazine is a national bi-monthly based in Australia, aimed at women (and men) looking for a magazine that’s as smart, funny, sarcastic, friendly, cute, rude, arty, curious and caring as they are. We cover design, art, photography, fashion, travel, music, craft, interiors and real-life stories – we aim to surprise and delight readers with every turn of our beautifully matte pages, and have a good old laugh while doing so.

JUXTAPOZ
JUXTAPOZ FEBRUARY 2015 — ISSUE #169 — To officially kick off the new year, we are proud to announce the February 2015 issue with cover artist Sage Vaughn. The Los Angeles-based Vaughn has long been a friend of the magazine, and with his upcoming exhibition at Judith Charles in NYC coming up this Spring, it was time to sit down and talk to artist about the new transformations in his work. That’s right, we are taking a walk into the Garden.

PICAME MAG
PICAME is an Italian web magazine devoted to visual arts. Since 2008, when it first came into web, PICAME has daily supplied original contents to its readers and has published hundreds of artists, illustrators, photographers and creatives from all around the world.

RESHAREWORTHY
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EPOCH TIMES
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A special strength of The Epoch Times is our coverage of China. Today the world is increasingly looking to China, as this troubled giant goes through tremendous changes. Business and political leaders, and also world citizens, want to understand better what is happening there. We are able to provide well-sourced stories that no one else has through the original reporting done by the Chinese-language edition of The Epoch Times.

THE INSPIRATION PART 1
THE INSPIRATION — Unique views on the arts curated by Daniel Nicolajsen.

THE INSPIRATION PART 2
THE INSPIRATION — Second of two articles curated by Daniel Nicolajsen.

UFUNK
UFUNK — Art, Gadgets, Design and Amazing Stuff

ART DAILY
ART DAILY — Interesting current interviews with photorealist artists who won a contest to have their works portrayed on VISA cards.

BE STREET
Photorealism has become very popular amongst art collectors in France.

ADMINISTRADORES
Photorealism has become very popular amongst Brazilian art collectors.

WHUDAT
Photorealism has become very popular in Germany, led by gallerist Tobias Heitmann and his galleries Zimmermann + Heitmann in Dusseldorf and Dortmund.

ARTIST MARKETING RESOURCES
Artist Marketing Resources writes about Photorealism.

SNEAK HYPE
Photorealism in Sneak Hype.

XPOSY
Photorealism in Xposy.

VIRAL NOVA
Photorealism in Viral Nova.

BLEEDING COOL
Photorealism in Bleeding Cool.

SLIP TALK
Photorealism in Slip Talk.

BLAZE PRESS
Photorealism in Blaze Press.

ORLANDO SENTINEL
Matthew Palm, Orlando’s arts expert, examines photorealism in the Orlando area.

EMPTY KINGDOM
Empty Kingdom is a “home for media artists”.