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Posted November 21, 2018 05:03:04The art world is always looking for a way to make a splash in the media, and that’s where Art of The Year comes in.

This year, it’s been a fun ride, with a lot of amazing art being created.

The top picks for our art awards are below, with our picks in bold.

We’re excited to announce that Art of a Year 2018 is now live on our website, and we’ll be releasing all of the winners on November 28.

Here’s the full list of winners:Art of the year is an award for the best work in the arts, and each year we’ve been looking for artists who are bringing their own style and spirit to the table.

This is the year, after all, that the New York City-based New York Public Library teamed up with the artist and curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Paul Giamatti, to bring the best in art and design to the public in this year’s Art Of The Year.

We also were thrilled to have the work of the legendary artist, Salvador Dali, in the mix.

The iconic Italian painter’s iconic paintings, often accompanied by drawings, have captivated the art world for over 50 years.

Dali was a master of abstraction, which is the process of drawing lines, shapes and other forms of abstraction.

He is often credited with inventing the term “cognitio,” or the drawing, and in his work he is known for using a wide range of techniques, from brushstrokes to tape to stencils and even paper.

His work has been collected and exhibited by museums around the world, and his works are the subject of numerous exhibitions and films.

His most famous painting, the Dali Fountain, is an ode to nature, and it’s also the subject matter of this year ‘s award.

The winners of Art of A Year 2018 are as follows:Art, Photography, Artistic Direction, Illustration, Art, Articulation, Design, Art and Design, Designers, Illustrators, and Graphic Designers.

The art award for “the greatest piece of work of art” goes to artist Daniela Bruguera, whose work has won numerous prizes over the years.

She is best known for her iconic work “La Raza” (The Rainbow), which was exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2013.

She also designed and executed a number of pieces for the Smithsonian Institute, including the installation “A Star Is Born,” at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. In 2018, Bruguaera was named the recipient of the Grand Prize at the Art and Architecture Foundation of New York’s “Great Artists in America” Award.