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ROMANOVA SVETLANA-ART  
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3/31/20 Posted 3/5/09

         Hello frends! I am an artist. My roots take place in St.Petersburg, which has great architecture, culture and history that influenced me once and forever. Today, in the times of technical progress, mass production and new artificial materials I search for inspiration in the foundation of the Arts - old Russian Orthodox icons, Renaissance and folk cultures. I seek out look for new shapes and images within my themes using different materials, but my favorite is glass for its plasticity and abi... [more]

Luc Hoekx  
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5/27/15 Posted 5/27/15

In the last 15 years I’ve made an evolution from a lyrical approach to... ..read more: http://geoform.net/artists/luc-hoekx/ [more]

ATTILA CSÖRGŐ  
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5/25/15 Posted 5/25/15

Combining the media of ......read more: http://gregorpodnar.com/attila-csorgo/ [more]

FLUX: Dawn of the Harlem Art Fair  
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5/25/15 Posted 5/25/15

Last weekend, Harlem welcomed the FLUX Art Fair - its first contemporary art fair. The event launched with a VIP reception on Wednesday, May 13th and was open to the public Thursday, May 14th through Sunday, the 17th. FLUX had been hard-fought by its organizer, Leanne Stella of Art in Flux -especially with the building under hard-hat construction up to the eleventh hour. All came together beautifully in the end, and the FLUX Art Fair waxed luminous against a backdrop of higher profile art ev... [more]

Jewelry's Triumphant Return  
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5/24/15 Posted 5/24/15

This season, I was inspired to take on a Trunk Show at The Studio Museum in Harlem. It would feature works from my (little-known, but once wildly popular) jewelry collection. Patrons and friends whom I've known for a very long time are familiar with this work; most newer friends know me as an artist, curator and writer, and have only seen the few jewelry pieces I wear everyday, almost like a uniform. I asked for and agreed to this show without realizing that it had been at least two years since I... [more]

Klaus Guingand Artworks  
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5/23/15 Posted 5/23/15

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A Battle Lost  
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5/22/15 Posted 5/22/15

A Battle Lost rolled paper handmade from military uniforms, gold foil & matte medium101" x 52" x 6"2015 Photo credit to Chris Gray with CS Gray Photography. This work represents the 22 veterans that take their own lives every day. 8,030 rolls make up A Battle Lost, one for every veteran suicide last year. I roll the paper to create a spiral, a symbol of life to death, beginning to end. The gold is inspired by a Japanese practice called Kintsugi where they fill cracks in pottery with gold. This highlights the... [more]

Kenneth Radu - Macri’s Pink Narrative  
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5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Macri’s Pink Narrative. An essay by Kenneth Radu on the art of Adamo Macri. Downloadable document via Scribd “In the film Funny Face starring the exquisite Audrey Hepburn and the light-as-air Fred Astaire, the dynamic Kay Thompson in her role of fashion editor proclaims that it’s time to “Think Pink!” We are then treated to a frenzy of pink haute couture. Of all colours in western society …” [more]

Kenneth Radu - Facing the Faces: the Facebook Self-portraits of Adamo Macri  
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5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Facing the Faces: the Facebook Self-portraits of Adamo Macri. An essay by Kenneth Radu on the art of Adamo Macri. Downloadable document via Scribd “Self-portraiture and painting are almost synonymous. Albrecht Durer, Hans Holbein the Younger, Titian, Artemisia Gentileschi, Rembrandt, Elisabeth-Louise Vigée-Le Brun, Francisco Goya, Mary Cassatt, Paul Cézanne, Edvard Munch, Emily Carr, Frida Kahlo, a legion of others: the walls of art galleries are heavy with images of artists w... [more]

Kenneth Radu - Art of the Orifice: Adamo Macri’s Verboten  
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5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Art of the Orifice: Adamo Macri’s Verboten. An essay by Kenneth Radu on the art of Adamo Macri. Downloadable document via Scribd “The human body has always been the source of pleasure and revulsion, at once the embodiment of ecstasy and excrement, delight and disgust, beauty and brutality, dream and nightmare. In his great satire Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan Swift depends upon such antithesis in his portrayal of the admirable Houyhnhnms and Gulliver’s ensuing misanthropy. A... [more]

Kenneth Radu - Cellular Excitement: An Appreciation of the Art of Adamo Macri  
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5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Cellular Excitement: An Appreciation of the Art of Adamo Macri. An essay by Kenneth Radu on the art of Adamo Macri. Downloadable document via Scribd "In many of his drawings, photos, constructions and other pieces of art, Adamo Macri depicts various forms existing beneath the visible surfaces of the world, and the reality of secret miniscule life teeming in obscure places. He explores, or imagines, acts of creation from the fundamental cellular level of existence to the intangible world of states... [more]

An Actual Location for This Moment: Gabriel Sierra at the Renaissance Society   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Gabriel Sierra at Renaissance Society May 3rd - June 28th
Posted 5/19/15

Gabriel Sierra creates structures of relation, platforms where humans, architecture, and paper media collaborate on the creation of artworks. His current exhibition at the Renaissance Society—the first solo exhibition in the United States for the Bogotá-based artist—is a scatter piece of sculptures, rules, and relationships in which 14 constructions, mostly in modernistically white plywood, lie on the gallery floor. They look at first like a kind of stern minimalism in the Ren&rsqu... [more]

Celebrating the Lump: Nancy Lu Rosenheim at the Hyde Park Art Center  
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Nancy Lu Rosenheim at Hyde Park Art Center April 12th - July 12th
Posted 5/18/15

By S. Nicole Lane Ta Prohm Trees, Gallery 2, Nancy Lu Rosenheim “I sat there, my heart beating fast, shaken by what had happened. The destruction of life and the boundless mystery of the content of softness.” -Magdalena Abakanowicz, Statements (1979-94) Knotted hair, tornadoes, log cabins, and pig sties, are (to name a few) the nouns which Nancy Lu Rosenheim applies to her work—trees of heaven, band aids, and sticks are stated as materials and the list goes on. Oddly enough, this specific dict... [more]

The medal tin Diploma for Alex BOUCAUD : ARTS-SCIENCES-LETTRES  
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5/16/15 Posted 5/16/15

I am pleased to announce that the prestigious academic society "Arts-Sciences-Lettres" I am the member has just awarded me a prize: The degree of tin Medal. The presentation will be in Paris at the Intercontinental Paris Grand Hotel in June, 13 June ARTS-SCIENCES-LETTRES, Paris :http://www.artsscienceslettres.net/ [more]

Sarah Sze  
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5/16/15 Posted 5/16/15

Since the late 1990s Sarah Sze's signature sculptural aesthetic has presented ephemeral installations that..... read more: http://www.victoria-miro.com/artists/33-sarah-sze/ [more]

Kjell Varvin  
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5/14/15 Posted 5/14/15

Kjell Varvin constructs installations from a variety of objects in the corner of... read more: http://blog.patternbank.com/kjell-varvin-digital-prints-temporary-installations/ [more]


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