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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 plasticit... [more]

STAINED-GLASS WINDOWS  
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3/5/19 Posted 3/5/09

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世界近代艺术史65 陈源初著  
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12/19/14 Posted 12/19/14

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An Artist Residency Brings Art and Life Together in a Beijing Apartment Complex   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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at Apartment of Dreams Come True November 9th - January 25th, 2015
Posted 12/18/14

On Tuesday, December 2, Beijing-based artists Song Xi (宋兮) and Yang Xinjia (杨欣嘉) received notice that their apartment complex, Dongxindian, in Cuigezhuang village, would soon be demolished, following an edict issued in December 2013 that declared the government would initiate extensive investigations into Beijing’s many overcrowded, often illegally-populated and dilapidated apartment complexes. These complexes are generally inhabited by a large migrant population, in apartments divided into tin... [more]

Take advantage of our discounted newsletter packages before New Years  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/17/14

Inbox (1) Our newly-redesigned weekly newsletter, ArtSlant Views, is one of our most widely read mailings. Sent to over 65,000 artists, collectors and arts professionals with great open-rates, ArtSlant Views is the perfect way to spread the word about your offerings. And now, just in time for the holidays, we are offering special discounts on our newsletter packages! $400 to all Users or 10% off regional rates. To get your message directly into the inbox of yo... [more]

Call for papers: "Soundscapes & Sound Identities" 7th international FKL symposium on soundscape  
Posted 12/18/14

FKL and Portobeseno invite you to present theoretical papers and musical works related to the theme of the soundscape for the seventh symposium of Forum Klanglandschaft which will take place at Castello di Beseno, in Besenello (TN), Italy, from May 22 to May 24, 2015. The conference is organized jointly by the two organizations and offers the opportunity to present papers, musical works, installations and videos. The theme chosen for the international FKL symposium 2015 deals with the relations between... [more]

Call for Entries - 2015 Left Coast Annual, Sanchez Art Center  
Posted 12/18/14

Calling all California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska fine art visual artists! Sanchez Art Center invites you to enter the 2015 Left Coast Annual, juried by Cathy Kimball, Executive Director and Chief Curator at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. Awards: 2 Exhibition Awards ($250 + an exhibition in 2016), and 2 Merit Awards ($250). All entries are online through CaFE (callforentries.org). Entry fees: $15 per image entered. Entry Deadline: Tuesday, Feb. 10, 11 pm PST. To see prospectus and ente... [more]

The Scourge of the Office Xmas Party, As Told By The DJ  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

I have a confession: I am a DJ. And during December, I leave my MNEK pre-releases at home. Instead, with a bulging bag of Wham and Wizard on my back, I cross the vomit strewn streets of London to play to the drunk office christmas parties that take place in one continuous month long conveyer belt of mistletoe and tears. However, as we try to guage wether to take the office punk's advice that Dead Kennedy's most definitely will not clear the dancefloor or stick to our guns with a good old bit of Groove... [more]

Why We All Want to Punch Art  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

“I really understand wanting to punch art,” I wrote back to my Editor after being asked my opinion on the Andrew Shannon Monet-punching story. “I think about it almost daily.” And I do. Personally-speaking, I can think of several specific incidents during which I have fantasised about punching an artwork in the last five years alone: at the height of 'First Thursdays' mania in East London three or four years ago, for instance, I attended a 'hip' show by an artist whose wor... [more]

Why We All Want to Punch Art  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

“I really understand wanting to punch art,” I wrote back to my Editor after being asked my opinion on the Andrew Shannon Monet-punching story. “I think about it almost daily.” And I do. Personally-speaking, I can think of several specific incidents during which I have fantasised about punching an artwork in the last five years alone: at the height of 'First Thursdays' mania in East London three or four years ago, for instance, I attended a 'hip' show by an artist whose wor... [more]

Art or Not?  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

Art or Not? Who is to say what is art or not? One of the pictures with description below is a genuine art work: every Friday ArtSlant asks our discerning readers if they can spot the difference. This week: errant appendages. #1 's hyperreal sculptures examine the fragility of the human body. Prosthetics are a frequent interest in his celebrated body of work between 1985-1993, which deals with 's personal experiences and seeks to redress the way we look at disability: the abandoned parts, haunted by th... [more]

Art or Not?  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

Art or Not? Who is to say what is art or not? One of the pictures with description below is a genuine art work: every Friday ArtSlant asks our discerning readers if they can spot the difference. This week: errant appendages. #1 #2 meticulous sculptures explore sexuality, relationships, nature, politics, and religion. His work is often based on memories from his childhood or on familiar subject matter from around his home or studio. Sinks, doors, cribs, chairs, and body parts recur in his oeuvre. Among 's best-known works are large room-sized installations, sometimes incorporating running water and theatrical lighting. His work is made by hand in his studio wit... [more]

Art or Not?  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

The real artwork is #2 The real artwork is Untitled Leg by Robert Gober. The first image was spotted on the streets of Los Angeles by Contributing Editor Andrew Berardini. [more]

Fantastic Voyage  
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Francesco Clemente at Rubin Museum of Art 12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

The original impulse in my life as an artist was to write and to break from writing into image... Art is the last oral tradition alive in the West. —Francesco Clemente Francesco Clemente, the nomadic Neo-Expressionist painter and sculptor, continues to pursue his travels and artistic investigations, and, fortunately for New Yorkers this season, has brought back the resulting documents in two concurrent shows: Francesco Clemente: Inspired by India, at the Rubin Museum and Two Tents at... [more]

First Look at Ólafur Elíasson's Inaugural Exhibition at the Louis Vuitton Foundation  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

We're huge Ólafur Eliasson fans at ArtSlant. His sensitivity to site-specificity and deft hand at magical transformation through the merging of science and art is unique to say the least. Eliasson was tapped by the Louis Vuitton Foundation and their curatorial team lead by Suzanne Pagé to innaugurate Paris' newest museum designed by starchitect, Frank Gehry. Eliasson's installation Inside the Horizon—a series of mirrored, yellow columns—will also be permanently fe... [more]

Titus Kaphar's Portrait of Ferguson Protesters for TIME's "Person of the Year" Issue  
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12/18/14 Posted 12/18/14

Titus Kaphar, Yet Another Fight for Remembrance, 2014, Oil on canvas, 4 x 5 feet; Commissioned by TIME Magazine / Courtesy of the artist and TIME On December 10, TIME released their annual "Person of the Year" issue. This year the magazine honored collective efforts over individuals, with the top two spots going to Ebola Fighters and the Ferguson Protesters and Activists, respectively. In November, TIME commissioned the New Haven/New York-based artist Titus Kaphar to create a painting of t... [more]


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