The artist wants to unify the until now irreconcilable, to connect the past, the present and the future.
By using various medias she has developed the possibility to say: ..."in the given moment"
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Robert Richardson photographic works include a wide spectrum, although his focus is on the resistance against ecological and political suppression, you can find humor and playfulness in his artworks.
His works are present in the Australian National Gallery and the British Museum.
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Bikkel was born in Curacao,lives and works in the Netherlands. In 2002 she finished her studies at Willem de Kooning Akademie with Judicium exceptional.
She is glass artist and painter.
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Wood is the base of the striving for an appolonian balance between form and content of the in 2014 by Robert Kaleta and Artur Steiner founded studio GEOMETRYART in Kielce, Poland.
Their unconventional creations were presented until now only to a private clientele on occasion of exhibitions in private settings.
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PAUL TIILILÄ lives and works in Pälkäne, Finnland.
“In Paul Tiililä´s art is the poetry crystallizing. He is able to touch the spectator with only a few marks; his language is simply and linearity and it is coming straight from his feelings. Paul Tiililä´s art is clean and optimistic art, art which touches.” (Eraldo Di Vita)
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Aesthetic subversion of contemporary and traditional arts
Contemporary art and modern art is the difference between the concept of revolution and aesthetic revolution. Alignments contemporary art and modern art is relative divergence. Modern Art is freedom as the slogan against the traditional art of various art genres and trends, such as fauvism, expressionism, cubism, abstract and so on. Order to break the classical modern art, the pursuit of pure art. With respect to the various norms of c... [more]
Inner meaning of aesthetics of contemporary art
More and more common in the connotations of contemporary art with contemporary spirit and contemporary art language. Art in the contemporary, inner meaning of aesthetic replaced Mr Greenberg advocate of the modernist aesthetic and artistic value of materialism extrasensory definition of beauty, find something is beautiful, it is simply a pleasant experience. Realized that transcends the sensory pleasure from feeling, produce high... [more]
Nature has long served as an inspiration for, subject of or allegory to artistic depiction. So it is with myself. Born in a farming family, I carrie inseparable memories of lush green cultivated land all around me, as also impressions of the layered imagery of nature that permeated my range of vision as a child. BFA and MFA at Varanasi taught me to translate these impressions into art.
Nature has many hues both inside and out, the magic of its mysteries and fascinations unravelling marvellous... [more]
Atmospheric disturbances: storms, hail and rain cause the electronic signal on my television to disintegrate. I enjoy the beautiful chaos that occurs. I find it more entertaining then the show I am watching. These momentary effects are difficult to catch but I keep a camera by the TV just in case it happens.
In chaos theory it is known as the butterfly effect. The theory is derived from the hypothetical example of a hurricane's format... [more]
Ideas and transboundary Age Characteristics of Contemporary Art
Contemporary art is not only embodied modernity, the artist is living the reality of today's environment, contemporary art is bound to reflect the characteristics of the times today, the Contemporary. Athol art critic and philosopher, Danto Arthur Danto (USA, 1924-) that "contemporary" is a broader term, post-modern art is part of the contemporary art movement. The reason why the exhibition is now widely used "Contemporary Art" was,... [more]
We all dream of undiscovered treasures, particularly hidden gems in unknown or obscure places. When we think about what mid 20th century American art history, we often immediately think of abstract painters like Jackson Pollock. Yet, there were other forces of creativity at work, often in relatively remote places as far as the art world is concerned. One such artist was Edward E. Boccia, an American painter, born in 1921 in New Jersey (d. 2012, St. Louis, Missouri). Virtually unknown today, the i... [more]
Contemporary Art in Changing TimesThe occurrence and development of contemporary art in the 20th century until the 1960s and 1970s, the political, economic and cultural is undergoing great changes. End of World War II, the Cold War upgraded to tear down the Berlin Wall and the Cold War, the arrival of peace, the success of space exploration, the formation of the Cuban Missile Crisis and released, Sino-US relations successful end of the Vietnam war, the whole story of Watergate, gay, rock, hip... [more]
Philosophical Thinking of Contemporary Art Deconstructing
Contemporary culture began in the last century, contemporary thinking attitude to hold a logical concept and structural interpretation of Hermeneutics in philosophy, the main idea is the basis of deconstruction. Deconstruction to unravel the myth of its underlying methodology provided. Deconstruction deconstruct any forms through language to convey ideas, certainly neither historical experience, do not believe the source of the history of... [more]
June 2015, there are 2 more balls cast and 1 more wax in line, to complete the set. Why make balls? As one critic who was trying to be nice wrote, "Yet again, another ball..." and then went on to (kindly at least) attribute some symbolism to it that I certainly never intended.
And so I asked myself, yeah, why am I making balls? Not that I like to let critics dictate my directions, but I do admit they can get you thinking about your art. In this case I wasn't able to argue my favorite: "... [more]