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My Favorite Paintings at Leopold Museum, Vienna  
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7/4/14 Posted 7/14/14

Leopold Museum in Vienna is renown for its collections of late 19th through early 20th century works by Austrian masters, such as Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka and Richard Gerstl. My favorite works there were many, and the two top choices were both by Schiele. My first favorite piece was called "Kalvaienberg" (Calvary Hill), which was of a square format, with the top one-third depicting blue and pink sky, and the lower part the gentle hill whose sloping top was dominated by tilting trees and three clustered crosses, breaking in... [more]

Paparazzi! Photographers Stars and Artists! Until 12th October  
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7/3/14 Posted 7/3/14

I am happy to be represented at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt in the exhibition Paparazzi! Photogtaphers, Stars and Artists, that was previously installed at Centre Pompidou Metz! You can have a look until october 12th! The exhibition is divided into three parts: Photographers, Stars and Artists. RED CARPET (INTRODUCTION)The visitor steps into the exhibition space to be immediately confronted with paparazzi flashes from an installation by Malachi Farrell, titled Interview (Paparazzi)... [more]

New Works: Surrealism From Nature  
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7/2/14 Posted 7/2/14

Come view the most recent works added to the RSMITHINGS.com portfolio of surreal photomontage creations. Three new pieces have just been added: “Until We Meet Again” (above), “Transitional,” and “Be The Butterfly” (below, respectively). Each came about only in the last few weeks or months, and rides along a theme of nature and mystery, incorporating elements from my local area. Links to source files also illustrate the creation process in these pieces. “Be T... [more]

http://www.ninatorresfineart.com/NTFA_website/Exhibitions.html  
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6/30/14 Posted 6/30/14

ANGELA CORTI | ITALY ARNULFO LUNA | COLOMBIA CANCH | COLOMBIA CHERES ESPINOSA | SPAIN CLAIRE PESTAILLE | UK DOROTHY KRAKAUER | USA FEDERICO RIVERA | COLOMBIA GILDA OLIVER | USA ILIYAN IVANOV | BULGARIA ISABEL PINHEIRO | PORTUGAL JORGE RIVAS | VENEZUELA LARRY D’ARRIGO | PERU MARCIA COOPER | USA MILLY MARTIONOU | GREECE NIPUN MANDA | USA NONI VALENTINE | PUERTO RICO ROBERTO ANGULO | COLOMBIA SUNNI KANANI | XX SUZANNE BLAUSTEIN | USA TASHI KHAN | UK TATIANA DENISOVA | BELA... [more]

David Perea Featured at The Agora Culture  
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6/29/14 Posted 6/29/14

David Perea's art Featured in the Agora Culture DAVID PEREA ARTIST NAME:David Perea WEBSITE:http://www.davidperea.com BORN:Peru HOMETOWN:San Francisco, CA EDUCATION:Masters Degree MOVEMENT:Surrealism MEDIUM:Photography SELECTED PERMANENT COLLECTIONS:Maidens of the WorldSurrealistic fine art photography BIOGRAPHY: David Perea is an internationally awarded philosophical artist and raw poet. His artwork has evolved into visionary dimensions that challenge impressions and perceptions of ou... [more]

On Selling My Paintings!  
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6/27/14 Posted 6/27/14

I have several avenues through which I get customers who buy my paintings: word of mouth, my personal website (trixiepitts.com), my blog, art consultants who pitch my work to corporate customers, the Art Students League, as well as through other websites like SaatchiArt and ArtSlant. Customers have also found me through Pinterest and just Googling abstract painters in NYC. Each experience is different. Surprisingly, lots of people buy paintings without ever seeing them in person. I re... [more]

Touching the Abstract  
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6/21/14 Posted 6/21/14

I am awed by artists and writers who are driven wholly by imagination: Abstract painters, passionately led by mood and color and, by the same token; fiction writers, beautifully fabricating tales that enthrall us for lifetimes. As a creative person, in both images and in words, my work has remained representational. I translate lived experiences, knowing that the singular imaginative element of my work is my voice. I understand this to be a gift - my gift - and that, at heart, I am but a journalist who... [more]

My e-Portfolio on MagCloud and ISSUU  
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6/20/14 Posted 6/20/14

Finally, I made an electronic portfolio of my selected paintings, drawings and installations and it can be viewed on ISSUU: Unfortunately, ISSUU would not allow my readers to print the copies so, you may send me request, or sign on my eNewsletter on my website: www.matthewfelixsun.com and I will be very happy to send a free PDF to you. Alternatively, I am also offering a professionally bound copy via MagCloud, at the cost of $8 per copy (Wire-O-Bind), 8.5"x11": Art Portfolio of... [more]

The Latest  
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6/17/14 Posted 6/17/14

I have about a year left with school at Parsons in New York City, and I have put more energy into learning about grids than paint. Although the upside is also knowing about my new favorite, digital illustration. I have finally take a summer off to get back into my art work with over two years worth of ideas to start creating. I am excited to go to Art Basel in Base Switzerlandl this year to see the original birth place of Art Basel. Regardless of what other people think, I feel art is only on... [more]

My Favorite Paintings at Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna  
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6/15/14 Posted 7/4/14

The complex of the Belvedere Palaces in Vienna contained the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere (Austrian Gallery Belvedere), showcasing Austrian artists, such as Gustave Klimt (1862-1918) and Egon Schiele (1890-1918), two giants of the late 19th to early 20th century and their works were indeed my favorites in this museum. Of many works by these two artists, I'll call Braut (Bride) by Klimt as my first favorite. It was less iconic than the more renown Kuss (Kiss), but the images of this pi... [more]

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Marsden Hartley at Neue Nationalgalerie April 5th - June 29th
Posted 6/12/14

The Neue Nationalgalerie’s Marsden Hartley, the German Paintings 1913-1915 provides an unprecedented opportunity to see thirty stunning oil paintings from the American Modernist’s Berlin years. These works have not been displayed together in a focused exhibition since the artist exhibited them himself in 1915. Commendably, the Neue Nationalgalerie recognized the need for an exhibition that brings together paintings from a period representing the pinnacle of Hartley’s abstractions and... [more]

My Favorite Paintings at Albertina Museum, Vienna  
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6/10/14 Posted 6/16/14

The renown Albertina Museum in Vienna, Austria was mostly valued for its graphic art collections, such as works by the incomparable Albrecht Dürer, whose ultra-realistic drawings and watercolors were so delicate that the museum only put reproductions on display, therefore, I refrain from citing his works as my favorite there. Albertina Museum also had some really impressive oil paintings, amongst which, I was particularly enthralled by paintings by Max Beckmann and Paul Delvaux. The Frau m... [more]

Jakarta Art Gallery kemang 58  
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139 artists at gallery kemang 58 February 20th, 2013 - March 16th
Posted 2/3/14

The Kemang 58 gallery is a alternative spot for art lovers to enjoy various indonesian arts where The kemang 58 gallery exhibit solo and group arts continuously The concept was to meet the art lovers and patrons to the artist in hope that there is a communication build between them to share idea, characters, style and backgrounds The galery where located jn kemang raya 58, jakarta was built from a beautiful house. We welcome you to check an ongoing exhibit that been host at http://www.talentaorganizer.com/gallerykemang58.htm ... [more]

Catalogue Text: Art for Young Collectors III, 2014: Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke, Mumbai  
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6/8/14 Posted 6/8/14

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NW1D3F3sB2OSiAH2drqrk7f0ITlqCE5CM5-2WURAUz8/edit [more]

Oil paintings by Edward Tabachnik. Education, Exhibitions,Publishing  
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6/8/14 Posted 6/8/14

Edward Tabachnik -Biography and Education Born October 1936 in Russia.1955 - Graduated from St. Petersburg (Leningrad) School of Arts at the Academy of Arts and Architecture. 1961 - Graduated from The Academy of Arts and Architecture. Degree Artist-Architect. St. Petersburg Academy of Arts and Architecture - one of the world leading Art Schools. It is the historic center of Russian Arts and Culture. The Academy was founded by the Empress Catherine The Great more than 250 years ago, and has always... [more]

CIRCUMAMBULATING MELANCHOLY FROM INSIDE OUT  
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Naveen Kumar A, Lokesh B. H., Aishwaryan K, Mohan Kumar T. at Gallery Sumukha - Bangalore May 24th - June 21st
Posted 6/4/14

The artists have constructed a ritualistic way to make viewers encounter their collective pursuit. At the origin of the circumambulation is Lokesh B H’s colourful melancholy. A sense of deprivation is narrated, busses and people traveling in these busses have colour but the airplane is just not functional; it does not have a door or window. A cat is hunting for a fish bigger than its mouth. There is no center to most of the compositions instead is a synecdoche; when the center is painted... [more]


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