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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]

SPRING EQUIOX 2017  
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International Comunity of Artists at Jose Peon Contreras Palce March 18th, 2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 5/18/16

T'HO fest Yucatan Art Code: Is a visual dialogue among civilizations, an international collective of contemporary art in painting, sculpture, photography, Installation, mix media, digital art, and video. Jose Luis Rodriguez de Armas, General Coordinator, is a critic member of AICA Cuba-Mexico, an experienced museologist, and curator at this festival on contemporary art in Yucatan. What does a dialogue among civilizations mean? One could argue that there are two groups of civilizations in the wo... [more]

GM Arts Prize - Award Commision Winner  
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5/28/16 Posted 5/28/16

New Annual Emerging Contemporary Visual Arts Prize 2016 Artist - Leigh Humby The awards are created using three elements which consist of a ball an outer vertical structure and lower horizontal supports. The Ball The ball structure embraces the ten local authorities. The ball is created with ten flat discs each representing the local boroughs of Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Manchester, Trafford, Tameside and Wigan. Each disk is printed with its own design. The design is based on a select... [more]

Wednesday Web Artist of the Week: Sam Rolfes   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Posted 5/18/16

Sam Rolfes makes work that feels like it appeared through a wormhole from another dimension. He reveals a parallel universe that is both unnervingly familiar and utterly alien. Recognizable, organic shapes and textures morph, mutate, and melt into living, breathing organisms born of flesh and technology. Rolfes is one of the few artists working with 3D software to use it in a way that is genuinely unique. He firmly rejects all of the sculptural tropes and clichés that are usually associated... [more]

Consolidate Growth Into the comprehensive Design Picture  
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5/14/16 Posted 5/14/16

3D Walkthrough Visualization Usage of reliable network architecture will guarantee technology investments and overall company ways ar in alignment. Network designs are a essential part for effective communication through technology. They offer steering, best practice suggestions, and connection blueprints for services or applications being used by the system. This information will facilitate business solutions be additional reliable each presently and in the future. Architectures designed for net... [more]

Wednesday Web Artist of the Week: Daniel Temkin   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Posted 5/4/16

Daniel Temkin is currently showing new work from his Glitchometry series at NADA with the new media powerhouse, Transfer Gallery. Although Glitchometry could be described using the fashionable phrase “glitch art,” it bears little resemblance to what we have come to associate with that genre. Temkin’s talents in programming have given him ability to create his own unique systems for manipulating imagery through code. Although the technical aspects of Glitchometry’s creation... [more]

At Frieze Projects, a Corporeal Rumination on the Art Fair's Nervous System   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Alex Da Corte, Anthea Hamilton, David Horvitz, Eduardo Navarro, Heather Phillipson at Frieze New York May 5th - May 8th
Posted 5/2/16

At Frieze New York, look out for livestock this year—Maurizio Cattelan is putting a donkey in a room with a chandelier, while Nick Bastis is doing an installation with snails. If you smell dog food, it just means you’ve reached the artwork of British artist and poet Heather Phillipson, who has created a giant “spinal cord,” as she calls it, which connects throughout various outposts throughout the fair. Opening May 4, Frieze Projects, curated by Cecilia Alemani, features Ph... [more]

Private Collection series  
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5/2/16 Posted 5/2/16

Private Collection came to be after almost 3 decades of tucking away personal photographs of my life with JB. Kodak envelopes, photo hut mailings, boxes, albums, digital discs, and finally of course, the exploding spawn of digital devices which seem to spew images like broken water mains- at least in my hands they do. All these moments we file away in the black hole of whatever type of cloud we choose today, or, fire them off into the smediaverse for our own purposes. The works presented he... [more]

DG Krueger HATE CRIME series  
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5/2/16 Posted 5/2/16

The Hate Crime series is a labor of love and concern.These are not works conceived or strategized to reach a market for financial purposes. I've taken up the subject matter out of alarm, sorrow, horror, repugnance and disappointment. The images themselves, disturbing as they may be, are offered up buffered within technique. It is largely the technique employed on this imagery which interests me; how it can shift an image away from being one more nightmarish photographic experience and... [more]

Current state // Artist's collection  
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4/24/16 Posted 4/24/16

Project "Current state" represents an archive of personal belongings of the artist through photographs. Taking object created in the process of mass production, is a general act which is characteristic of the process of creating personal collection. Personal things in this case are referred to as "objects" are listed by numbers, stored in a particular category. Through this process it becomes depersonalized, transformed into photographic documents that resemble examples from the catalog of consumer... [more]

Spomenar/Artist book  
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4/24/16 Posted 4/24/16

This work is based on collecting various damages of skin, of people who are in some sort of contact with the author. In this way, through photography, and brief notes of the same, I have done the archiving process of human skin as portraits through rejecting any kind of emotion. The work is conceived as a kind of the scrapbook that is constantly upgraded. More here [more]

Angela Washko: Talking Feminism in the Spaces Most Hostile to It  
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4/20/16 Posted 4/20/16

We have discussed the rapidly growing intersection between new media art and feminism with a number of artists in previous columns. This week we take a deeper look at that phenomenon in an interview with artist, writer and facilitator Angela Washko who is at the forefront of the movement. She famously interviewed the notorious pick-up-artist Roosh V for her project Banged which resulted in an overload of attention for her, both positive and horribly negative. Washko’s work consistently tackl... [more]

Electronic Superhighway is no one-way street  
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4/15/16 Posted 5/13/16

Showing until 15 May, Whitechapel Gallery’s Electronic Superhighway exhibition sets out with the intention of surveying the relationship between art and the Internet over the last 50 years, to consider possible answers to the question of ‘How is the internet changing art?’ Resisting the temptation to construct a narrative of technology = future, a clear curatorial decision is made to begin with art made in the present day before taking us on a journey which ends with Experiments... [more]

THE FUTURE OF ART: Fabiola Jean-Louis Rewrites History  
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4/9/16 Posted 4/9/16

Recently exhibited at Harlem School of the Arts' freshly renovated Gallery Space, Fabiola Jean-Louis' Rewriting History is an interdisciplinary series that serves up a ride through antiquity and imagination. Modern period dresses, fashioned almost entirely from paper, become actors in a photographic essay that challenges notions of reality, time and space. Visual, sculptural and performative at once, the artist creates a world that embodies an alternate past where people of color might have live... [more]

Wednesday Web Artist of the Week: Sara Ludy   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Posted 4/6/16

According to her CV, Sara Ludy “currently lives and works everywhere.” Her art reflects this notion through its eerily universal aesthetics that are somehow simultaneously alien and familiar. Ludy’s work has always stood out from her contemporaries in the new media scene through her explorations of virtual places and objects that exist in the spaces between architecture, dreams, and the digital universe. For the past three years Ludy has been developing an expansive 3D archite... [more]

VISUAL ART AND FABRICS (R)EVOLUTION  
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3/31/16 Posted 3/31/16

© Roberto Alborghetti-Mitrani Yarden The printing fabrics you see in this post don’t come or proceed from drawings, paintings or digitally made works. They come from realistic and abstract photos of torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters… They are part of a special series created and developed by me, Roberto Alborghetti (I’ve collected so far more than 90.000 pictures for my “Lacer/actions” proje... [more]


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