The First Art Newspaper on the Net    Established in 1996 Sunday, May 28, 2023

At 99, painter Richard Mayhew is still upending expectations

The landscape painter Richard Mayhew, 99, who has an exhibition in New York and one coming this fall at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, at his home studio in Soquel, Calif. on May 9, 2023. Since the 1950s, Mayhew has painted invented landscapes in an increasingly unnatural, sometimes acid palette that can sting and soothe the eye in equal measure. (Jason Henry/The New York Times)

by Jonathan Griffin

SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.- Painter Richard Mayhew, who recently celebrated his 99th birthday, has lived through as broad a swath of this nation’s history as anyone you might hope to meet. Sitting at a patio table outside his cedar-shingled suburban home in Soquel, near Santa Cruz, Mayhew leaned back in his chair and reflected on his long life. “I drove across the United States six times,” he said. “Three over, and three back, from New York to San Francisco. I was always looking.” A lifetime spent looking is all Mayhew now needs, in terms of reference material, when he paints in the garage attached to the house, listening to jazz so loud, his wife, Rosemary, told me, “the whole neighborhood can hear it.” (Mayhew is hard of hearing.) Since the 1950s, Mayhew has painted invented landscapes in an increasingly unnatural, sometimes acid palette that can sting and soothe the eye in equal measure. In 2021, an entire room in the San Francisco Museum o ... More

The Best Photos of the Day

An iconic wine store and the mystery of the missing bottles   Want to be an artist? You're in luck. This one is selling his practice.   Exhibition at David Zwirner presents new paintings by Belgian artist Luc Tuymans

Wines on display inside Sherry-Lehmann’s flagship store on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, on May 20, 2023. (Jeenah Moon/The New York Times)

by James B. Stewart

NEW YORK, NY.- New York City has spawned many iconic retailers: Tiffany & Co. in jewelry; Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue in fashion; FAO Schwarz in toys. In fine wine, that retailer was Sherry-Lehmann Wine & Spirits. The Zagat guide once said of Sherry-Lehmann, “If Bacchus owned a wine store, this would be it.” One of the world’s most prolific sellers of high-end wines, Sherry-Lehmann introduced Americans to Dom Pérignon Champagne in 1947 and the famed Bordeaux Petrus in the 1960s. Its clientele ranged from celebrities (such as Greta Garbo and Mick Jagger) to billionaires (such as the Bass brothers of Texas) to run-of-the-mill wine lovers (such as me). Thanks to online sales, it served customers all over the country. Yet, nearly nine decades after its founding, Sherry-Lehmann faces a crisis. Earlier this ... More

Darren Bader at Carroll Park in the Brooklyn neighborhood of New York on May 2, 2023. (Caroline Tompkins/The New York Times)

by Brian Boucher

NEW YORK, NY.- The phenomenon of the artist who drops out, whether only leaving the scene socially or actually ceasing to make work, may be as old as the scene itself, but it could be catching on. In 1967, Agnes Martin left New York for the New Mexico desert, avoiding the art world for years. In 1975, Bas Jan Ader disappeared after setting sail across the Atlantic alone in a tiny boat, giving rise to speculation about whether this was his final artistic gesture. Stanley Brouwn, Charlotte Posenenske and Lee Lozano have absented themselves, and, more recently, Cady Noland became legendary both for her work and for abandoning the art scene. Now, another New York artist is making a unique and provocative exit. On Darren Bader’s humorously named website,, a sign reads: “20 Yrs: Selling My Practice.” “It’s been a good ride,” he says ... More

Luc Tuymans, The Frame, 2023, © Luc Tuymans. Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner.

NEW YORK, NY.- David Zwirner is presenting through July 21st new paintings by Belgian artist Luc Tuymans on view at the gallery’s 537 West 20th Street location in New York. Tuymans has been represented by David Zwirner since 1994; this is the celebrated artist’s seventeenth show with the gallery. One of the most important painters working today, Tuymans pioneered a distinctive style of figurative painting beginning in the 1980s that has been singularly influential to his peers as well as subsequent generations of artists. Tuymans’s deeply resonant compositions insist on the power of images to simultaneously reveal and withhold meaning. Rendered in a restrained and muted palette, the artist’s canvases are based on preexisting imagery from a range of historical, cultural, and popular media sources. Their quiet and restrained appearance, however, belies an underlying moral complexity that engages equally with questions of history ... More

Berlin police investigate Roger Waters after he wore Nazi-style costumes at concerts   Decades old? No problem: Publisher makes a bet on aging books   Group exhibition 'Borrowed Landscapes' is now on view at Blum & Poe

Roger Waters performs during "The Wall" tour at Yankee Stadium in New York, July 6, 2012. (Chad Batka/The New York Times)

by Christopher F. Schuetze

BERLIN.- The German police are investigating Roger Waters, co-founder of the band Pink Floyd, who has long been critical of Israel, after he performed in Berlin last week wearing a Nazi-style costume like the one he used to critique fascism in “The Wall.” Waters, who has made anti-Israel statements in the past that many have said cross a line into antisemitism, has successfully fought two attempts by German courts to block him from German concert venues in the past. The investigation is focused on the costume Waters wore during a rendition of the 1979 Pink Floyd song “In the Flesh,” from their seminal album “The Wall,” in which a rock star imagines himself as a fascist dictator. Similar staging was featured in the 1982 movie “Pink Floyd: The Wall,” featuring Bob Geldof. During parts ... More

Roger Angell, a longtime New York writer whose book about baseball, “Season Ticket,” published in 1988, will be republished by Open Road Integrated Media, at his apartment in Manhattan, Dec. 12, 2008. (Patrick Andrade/The New York Times)

by Elizabeth A. Harris

NEW YORK, NY.- The life of a good book can span hundreds of years, but most of the time, a book gets a flash of attention when it is first published — if its author is lucky. Then, it fades away. A company called Open Road Integrated Media is trying to change that by giving a second life to older books. It does that by using machine learning to make those titles more visible online and, with a new venture announced Wednesday, by republishing books that were largely forgotten or had fallen out of print. “There’s potential to breathe new life into these books,” said David Steinberger, CEO of Open Road, “and that flies in the face of conventional wisdom in the industry.” Publishing houses traditionally focus their ... More

Daichi Takagi, Wanderer, 2023. Oil on canvas. 39 1/2 x 25 3/4 x 1 1/8 inches. Photo: Keizo Kioku.

TOKYO .- Blum & Poe, Tokyo will be presenting Borrowed Landscapes, a group exhibition of work by Friedrich Kunath, Masayoshi Nakamura, Kenjiro Okazaki, Akane Saijo, Magdalena Skupinska, and Daichi Takagi until June 24th. The floor-to-ceiling glass window of Blum & Poe’s Tokyo outpost defies the blank slate of the standard white cube. The art presented in the space—with its sweeping views of the forest surrounding the main shrine buildings of Meiji Jingu—is always in conversation with the natural world beyond the gallery’s walls. While some exhibitions may passively engage this external landscape, making it merely a backdrop that changes with the seasons, Borrowed Landscapes draws the exterior inward—recontextualizing the greenery of Meiji Jingu’s inner garden as a focal point in the exhibition, leaning into the art historical tradition of the landscape as a uniquely personal expression, and ... More

Phillips announces highlights included in June Design Auction   Fernanda Fragateiro & Haleh Redjaian on view at valerie traan_gallery   'Essence of Nature: Pre-Raphaelites to British Impressionists' opens at Newcastle’s Laing Art Gallery

Daum Frères and Louis Majorelle, "Nénuphar" table lamp, circa 1903. Image courtesy of Phillips.

NEW YORK, NY.- Phillips is now announcing a selection of highlights from the New York spring Design auction at 432 Park Avenue on 8 June. The range of material on offer, in both geography and time period, testifies to the diversity of the Design category and the remarkable talent of designers across the globe. Including over 100 works that span the 20th and 21st centuries, the sale includes works from notable makes such as Gio Ponti, Paul Evans, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Louis Majorelle, José Zanine Caldas, and Jean Prouvé, among many others. Cordelia Lembo, Head of Design, New York, said, “We are proud to host our June Design auction with such a remarkable array of works. It is always a priority for Phillips to showcase the breadth and depth of talent that this category has to offer, and the June sale is no exception. With works spanning over 100 years, from French Art Nouveau lighting and Italian design to American ... More

Haleh Redjaian, Walls Series (8), 2023.

ANTWERP.- Fernanda Fragateiro (1962, lives and works in Lisbon) and Haleh Redjaian (1971, lives and works in Berlin) share some common interests. Such as: poetry, weaving, architecture (or: text, textile, tectonics), and their mutual interactions. As well as the (mostly hidden) histories of female artists and architects in the modern avant-garde. Trough working with these female modern legacies within their own respective practices, both artists try to understand these better, and make them visible. A common inspiration for the exhibition MY DREAM NEVER HAS WALLS on view at valerie_traan is Lotte Stam-Beese (1903-1988): an architect, urban planner and photographer. Born in German Silesia (now Poland), Lotte Beese enrolled as a student at the Bauhaus in Dessau to study weaving. Prejudices about women studying subjects that were dominated by and previously reserved for men, led female students into branches that were considered ‘feminine ... More

George Clausen (1852-1944), Peasant Girl Carrying a Jar, Quimperlé, 1882. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE.- The new exhibition at Newcastle’s Laing Art Gallery, recently opened, traces the radically different approaches to British landscape painting, from the mid-Victorian era through to the 1920s. Essence of Nature presents a rare opportunity to see around 100 oil and watercolours by leading artists from the Pre-Raphaelite, Rural Naturalist and British Impressionist schools together. The exhibition, which will continue through October 14th, begins with the Pre-Raphaelites’ ideal of ‘truth to nature’ - represented by such artists as William Holman Hunt (1827-1910), John Ruskin (1819-1900) and William Dyce (1806 – 1864.) The influential critic John Ruskin famously proposed that artists should aim to record nature, ‘rejecting nothing, selecting nothing, and scorning nothing’. The exhibition includes Ruskin’s study of Spray of Dead Oak Leaves (1879, Collection of the Guild of St John, Sheffield M ... More

Fondazione MAST opens an exhibitiion of works by Andreas Gursky   Leila Heller Gallery presents artistic work by Katya A. Traboulsi   Oolite Arts' visionary leader Dennis Scholl to retire

Andreas Gursky, Salinas, 2021. © Andreas Gursky, by SIAE 2023. Courtesy Sprüth Magers.

BOLOGNA.- The exhibition Andreas Gursky. Visual Spaces of Today, scheduled to end in January 2024, is the first anthological exhibition of the artist in Italy. It is curated by Urs Stahel together with the German photographer Andreas Gursky and marked the opening of the celebrations for a double anniversary: 100 years of the G.D Company and 10 years of Fondazione MAST. “Making work a culture and culture a work”. These are the words that bind the two organisations together. They represent the longtime, consolidated corporate culture of the company, as well as the innovative and inclusive space it created to promote thought on the topic of work. The visual spaces in the works selected for the exhibition by Urs Stahel and Andreas Gursky mirror these thematic worlds. The artist’s powerful images disclose new views on work, the economy, and globalization. They reveal concrete visions ... More

Katya Traboulsi, Japan, 2016. Hand painted porcelain, brass base and top. Edition 4 of 6, 73 x 21 x 21 cm.

DUBAI.- Leila Heller Gallery is hosting Beirut based multimedia artist Katya A. Traboulsi’s solo show ‘Perpetual Identities’ until September 1, 2023. Katya through her art talks about identity as a force that no war can eliminate and that bounces back inevitably. During the Lebanese Civil War, in 1975, she received the empty sleeve of a mortar shell for her birthday, which automatically found its place on a shelf, without further reflection on its nature or the journey which led it to her. Thus, the object, which had blindly sown death where it fell, ended up in her room, raised to the status of a trophy celebrating the courage of fighters or the defeat of enemies. In 2014, as the Arab Springs wilted into winters, the memory of this object, trinket or trophy, called on to Katya again. Reflections on the mortar shell inspired an installation project which sought to divert the weapon from its morbid ... More

Dennis Scholl. Photo Credit: Mary Beth Koeth.

MIAMI, FL.- Oolite Arts announces that Dennis Scholl, who led the transformation of Oolite Arts into one of Florida’s largest artist support organizations, will be retiring this year after six years as president and CEO. A seasoned arts leader, Scholl oversaw a major expansion of Oolite Arts, creating holistic programming that elevates artists’ work at all stages of their careers through studio space, financial support and professional development. Shortly after joining, Scholl proposed and Oolite Arts launched The Ellies, Miami’s Visual Arts Awards, which has provided $2.5 million over the past five years to South Florida’s artists and art teachers, resulting in exhibitions around the world. Scholl also was the moving force for Oolite Arts to create a Cinematic Arts Program, with an innovative residency that provides $50,000 to South Florida filmmakers to conceive, create and screen their works in Miami. The successful progra ... More

I would like to see line back in painting. Robert Motherwell

More News
'Sutr Santati: Then. Now. Next' opens at Melbourne Museum
MELBOURNE.- Sutr Santati: Then. Now. Next. Stories of India woven in thread. makes its Australian premiere at Melbourne Museum. The international exhibition opened on Saturday 13 May and will be on display until Saturday 3 September 2023, giving visitors an opportunity to see intricate, handmade textiles that have not been seen outside of India until now. A creative partnership between Melbourne Museum and the Abheraj Baldota Foundation, this exciting exhibition celebrates 75 years of India’s independence and celebrates the innovation and artistry of its world-renowned contemporary designers and craftspeople. Featuring 75 pieces, Sutr Santati: Then. Now. Next. Stories of India woven in thread. shows the versatility of textiles as an artistic medium. From colourful brocades to textural tapestries, finely embroidered silks ... More

Gianni Colombo: A Space Odyssey retrospective by the Milanese artist to celebrate 30th anniversary of his death
MILAN.- Fondazione Marconi and Gió Marconi, until July 17th, 2023, are hosting Gianni Colombo: A Space Odyssey, an important retrospective dedicated to the Milanese artist on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of his death. The exhibition, curated by Marco Scotini, focuses on the particular spatial dramaturgy that characterises Colombo’s work, starting from a comparison with 1968 Stanley Kubrick’s spectacular sci-fi movie. Considered one of the greatest international exponents of kinetic and environmental art, Gianni Colombo made the link between space and body the catalyst for all his three-dimensional investigations. Using flashes of light, moving objects, immersive environments and isolated architectural elements, ... More

Public Matters: Contemporary art in the Belevedere Garden on view until October 2023
VIENNA.- Art—a public matter? In a large ourdoor sculpture project, the Belvedere is placing contemporary art in the spotlight of its 2023 anniversary. Stella Rollig, General Director: It is the most ambitious project of this anniversary year: True to the spirit of their original dedication, the grounds of the Belvedere will be permeated with art—radically current, surprising, site-specific. Contemporary artists sharpen our gaze at the past through the lens of the present. Ever since their opening to the general public in the 1780s, the Belvedere Gardens have been used extensively as places for recreation and communality. The fact that they are clearly also places for art is highlighted by Public Matters. Works by thirty-three local and international contemporary artists connect all the museum’s gardens—from the main courtyard of the Lower Belvedere and the Privy ... More

BRICK CITY exhibition featuring global iconic architecture recreated From LEGO® bricks
WASHINGTON, DC .- On Saturday, May 27, the National Building Museum opened a major new long-term exhibition, BRICK CITY, created entirely from LEGO® bricks. Celebrating iconic architecture from cities around the world, BRICK CITY features 37 carefully recreated constructions created by U.K.-based artist Warren Elsmore. The exhibition will be on display at the National Building Museum for two years. Visitors will be transported around the globe and throughout time to see buildings from all seven continents. The world tour destinations include: lively streetscapes from Cartagena, Colombia; Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans; intricate temples from India to Mexico; and imaginative castles from medieval Japan to modern Las Vegas, among other locations. Washingtonians will appreciate the intricate detail on the Lincoln Memorial ... More

Rijksmuseum receives largest donation in its history to support annual sculpture exhibitions
AMSTERDAM.- The Rijksmuseum has received a gift of 12.5 million euros from a private donor, the largest financial gift ever made to the museum. The donation will enable the museum to continue its annual sculpture exhibitions in the Rijksmuseum Gardens for 10 years. The benefactor has been supporting the series since 2013. The 10th edition of the annual sculpture exhibition in the Rijksmuseum Gardens is devoted to the work of British artist Richard Long. Born in 1945, Richard Long is considered one of the world’s foremost contemporary artists. His work comprises, among other things, subtle interventions in landscapes – often in the most remote locations in the world – that he explores by walking. Long is installing eight works in this exhibition, six of them entirely new. His four ‘grassworks’ at the Rijksmuseum Gardens mark something of a return ... More

Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Turin announces retirement of Director Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev
RIVOLI.- Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art announces that Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, current Director of the museum, will retire from her post at the age of 66, after over twenty years of service at the museum, both as a Chief Curator and later Director. Following the opening of the exhibition Artists in a Time of War in March 2023, in the second half of the year Christov-Bakargiev will complete the museum’s new Catalogue of Permanent Collections and will open a major exhibition dedicated to Michelangelo Pistoletto on the 1st November on the occasion of his 90th birthday, as well as following an interdisciplinary project on art and science that focuses on issues around green nuclear energy. ... More

Review: Problematic attachments in 'Aspects of Love'
LONDON.- For those who find regular love triangles too pedestrian, quadrangles and pentagons are also available. Unconventional arrangements are the order of the day in a dynamic revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Aspects of Love,” which opened Thursday at the Lyric Theater in London. This two-act musical, inspired by a 1955 novel by David Garnett, pits a young man against his uncle in a tussle for the affections of a mercurial actress; it is a camp, unapologetically amoral romp featuring blithe betrayals, intrafamilial partner-swapping and questionable intergenerational flirtations. (It is a lot raunchier than Lloyd Webber’s most recent work, which invited the audience to “sing unto the Lord with the harp” during the coronation of King Charles III.) This “Aspects of Love” is exquisitely produced and superbly performed, but — like many a real- ... More

Brian Calvin's exhibition 'Still' now on view in Venice
VENICE.- Almine Rech & Palazzo Cavanis have recently opened 'Still,' Brian Calvin's first solo exhibition in Venice, which is scheduled to continue to July 2, 2023. Futile, bewildered, vaguely bored, the humanity Calvin presents us with is that of the TikTok generation approved by mirror-like glossy lips, clearly dominated by the excessive power of social media, the imperative of the selfie and the dictatorship of filters. Noses like trunks on flat skin tones, hallucinating pupils set in colored eye sockets with colorful make-up in geometric patterns and transversal gazes that betray a rampant schizophrenia are the distinctive features of the female models that populate his surreal anthropological panorama. Calvin chooses the noble and ancient genre of the portrait as the plot of the path which, as Enrico Castelnuovo writes in his famous essay on portraiture, ... More

Two premieres reflect the ups and downs of a major flute project
NEW YORK, NY.- Flutist Claire Chase is a community builder. You can see this in “Density 2036,” her 24-year project to commission a new repertoire for her instrument. And you can sense a communal spirit when she offers gratitude to audiences who show up to several gigs in a row. This week, Chase voiced her appreciation to those who had attended multiple concerts in her recent 10th-anniversary “Density” retrospective at the Kitchen’s temporary location, in the Westbeth complex, and Zankel Hall. “It’s a lot of flute,” she acknowledged Wednesday at the Kitchen. (Listeners beyond New York can experience something similar, with most of “Density” available to hear in recordings gathered on Chase’s Bandcamp profile.) True. But across two programs that night, Chase offered a generous spread of composers and their respective approaches ... More

A Kurdish Turkish writer on the tensions between politics and art
ISTANBUL.- The momentous Turkish presidential election, whose second round will take place Sunday, has more than just geopolitical consequences; it is a watershed for culture as well. Since 2016, after a failed coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the government here has cracked down on artists, writers, filmmakers and academics, who have experienced censorship, job losses and a climate of fear. For novelist Burhan Sönmez, who is part of the country’s ethnic Kurdish minority, the upheavals of the Erdogan years are only the latest chapter in an ongoing struggle between Turkish power and Turkish art. Born outside Ankara, Turkey, in 1965, where his first language was Kurdish, he worked as a human rights lawyer but went into exile in Britain after a police assault. He has written five novels, including the prizewinning “Istanbul ... More

'Work Hard Have Fun Make History' review: Labor, meet greed
NEW YORK, NY.- Like a dog nosing around in the background, a robot vacuum cleaner is a guaranteed scene stealer. Late in the new play “Work Hard Have Fun Make History,” the unfailingly compelling actor Susannah Perkins shares the stage with one: a whirring black disk busily roaming the industrial carpet, bumbling into walls yet never toppling over edges, at least not the night I saw the show. Perkins plays a phone service representative named Annie, on a call with a frantic customer whose new android assistant, an iWhip 2.0, has turned menacing. “What’s the command to make it go away?” the caller pleads. “‘Blades down, iWhip,’” Annie instructs. Perkins gives the line a perfect comic spin, but our eyes are on Annie’s own insensate labor saver. Unleash a robot, and havoc may follow. Wouldn’t that be entertaining? “Work Hard ... More

James Acaster finds his way back to music
LONDON.- British comedian James Acaster can remember the moment he fell in love with music at 6 years old. At a party held by a member of the congregation of the “hippie-ish” church his parents attended in Kettering, a town in central England, he heard a compilation album featuring songs like Men at Work’s “Down Under” and “Centerfold” by The J. Geils Band. “I just couldn’t believe how good every single song was — it was blowing my mind,” Acaster said in a recent video interview. Music became “a pretty immediate obsession.” By the time he was a teenager, Acaster was playing in several bands. He left school at 17, without taking his final exams, and didn’t go to college, so he could focus on building a career in music. At 22, though, he didn’t have a record deal, and when his experimental jazz group split, Acaster started focusing on comedy ... More

Find oil painting on

FABIAN TREIBER | No Name Gets To The Heart Of It | Haverkampf Leistenschneider



On a day like today, American photographer Dorothea Lange was born
May 26, 1895. Dorothea Lange (May 26, 1895 - October 11, 1965) was an American documentary photographer and photojournalist, best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA). Lange's photographs humanized the consequences of the Great Depression and influenced the development of documentary photography. In this image: Dorothea Lange (1895-1965), Couple Seated on Porch, Gunlock, Utah, 1953, Gelatin silver print, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, purchased with funds donated by Jack and Mary Lois Wheatley. ©Dorothea Lange Collection, Oakland Museum of California, City of Oakland. Gift of Paul S. Taylor.

ArtDaily Games

Museums, Exhibits, Artists, Milestones, Digital Art, Architecture, Photography,
Photographers, Special Photos, Special Reports, Featured Stories, Auctions, Art Fairs,
Anecdotes, Art Quiz, Education, Mythology, 3D Images, Last Week, .

The OnlineCasinosSpelen editors have years of experience with everything related to online gambling providers and reliable online casinos Nederland. If you have any questions about casino bonuses and, please contact the team directly.

カジノ ランキング You will find Japanese expert advice on how to win at online casinos.

Visit and enjoy plenty of professional writing services
Find the best online casinos for real money in Canada here.

Ignacio Villarreal
(1941 - 2019)
Editor & Publisher: Jose Villarreal
Art Director: Juan José Sepúlveda Ramírez


TOP proxy services provider in the world - IPRoyal

interior design singapore

Zed helps you find the best Canadian online casino in no time.

Top online casinos for Finnish -

Best online casino Canada

Top non betstop casinos at

Check here the list of top casinos not on Gamstop by Justuk

RTP Live for Indonesian slot online

Financial Advisor Near Me

online pokies Australia

online casino real money

Find the best sports betting sites in Ireland at

Finnish online casino guide: **

Bonusetu nettikasino

In 2022 you can play at any top Casino ohne Limit. lists leading casino bonuses.

Find the best casino bonuses at


Find the best Finnish online casinos at

Find casinos without Spelpaus and casinos without Swedish licenses here.

Casino non AAMS

Sponsored by, a guide to playing at online casinos.

Norges Casino

Online gambling provider site joker123 platform with the highest winnings in Asia

Find and evaluate the newest online casino 2022 on

On the smartphone we may use a mobile casino nowadays, as it's practical and easy.

Try the best paypal casinos on the web and play with the ability
to deposit and withdraw your funds with ease.

casinos not on Gamstop

Explore the best casino online Philippines for players from Philippines

list of online casinos

オンラインカジノ jcb

Casino Utan Svensk Licens - one of the best website to make passive income online reviews the most lucrative online betting sites

Casino fans should visit the newest Gamstop casinos

Buy Ambien Online - すべてのオンラインカジノの比較。

best online casino

online casino Canada

online pokies New Zealand

Check out the best new UK betting sites here

Refermate Blog

Top bonuses and sports betting at
With markets available for the World Cup and other key sporting events.


Find out the best non GamStop casinos in the UK at Sure Bet.

You can find the best casino bonuses at

online casino.

Gambling lovers looking to try CSGO gambling can do this at


Sponsored by, a guide to betting and gambling online in the US.

The best-selling slot games 2022 playstar slot provide the highest jackpot bonuses list casinos that accept UK players and are not part of gamstop.

The new features include Online Casino Paysafe Auszahlung a withdrawal to Paysafecard.

Play without limits in 2022 still in any Online Casino ohne Limit and restrictions. Promo Codes in Real-Time

Online Casino Canada

For the latest fast payout casinos available we strongly
recommend to read more at CasinoAdvisers, always up-to-date

Find the best online casinos in Canada on

sa gaming

Real Money Mexican Online Casinos

You can easily buy real Instagram followers and
increase your chance to be in the Explore Page!

Live Sports schedule on TV and streaming services, check it out!

Royalville Communications, Inc
Founder's Site. Hommage
to a Mexican poet.

The First Art Newspaper on the Net. The Best Versions Of Ave Maria Song Junco de la Vega Site Ignacio Villarreal Site
Tell a Friend
Dear User, please complete the form below in order to recommend the Artdaily newsletter to someone you know.
Please complete all fields marked *.
Sending Mail
Sending Successful