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]
Here is the art and culture magazine based in York, UK, "Aesthetica Magazine - Issue.67 October/November 2015" including my directory (P.158, Osamu Jinguji in the newest "Directory" on Aesthetica's website on Oct-1st) in one of their regular sections - "The Aesthetica Artists’ Directory" of this printed/online magazine.
Appearing in this Artists’ Directory is a good way to expose and promote my work. The reasons are as follows:
The Aesthetica Artists’ Directory is a... [more]
"Believers" acrylic painting by Fernando Carpaneda
"I don't like to be treated special just because I'm an artist. I prefer still drinking "Pabst Blue Ribbon" than drink "Champagne". Money and fame doesn't mean anything to me."
Check the interview with Fernando Carpaneda on this link: http://punkglobe.com/fernandocarpanedainterview1015.php [more]
In conjunction with Laughter and Forgetting, an exhibition curated by Swiss-based arts writer and curator Olga Stefan within the frame of the second edition of Bucharest Art Week, a series of interviews were conducted with participating international artists.
In the weeks leading up to Laughter and Forgetting, ArtSlant will be publishing this series with artists including Clemens Von Wedemeyer, Dread Scott, Himali Singh Soin, and Agnieska Polska.
Laughter and Forgetting is a citywide project... [more]
Tree of Codes is the collaborative production of three artists practicing at the forefront of the performing and visual arts today: choreographer Wayne McGregor, artist Olafur Eliasson, and producer/DJ Jamie xx. The full-length ballet, which completed its US premiere run at the Park Avenue Armory this week, was inspired by Jonathan Safran Foer’s conceptual novel of the same name.
The label “writer” attributed to Foer for this work is somewhat imperfect. At once a sculptural object and work of l... [more]
MEETING FRACTAL PORTRAIT PROJECT 2015
Pubblicato il 21 ago 2015
Ryosuke COHEN from August 7 to August 25 included (dal 7 agosto al 25 agosto incluso). I will go on a trip with Noriko Shimizu (my pertner) for portrait project. At each place I am planning to draw a portrait of mail artist. Please get in tiuch with them on FB to join in this movement.
- Meeting on Aug. 9, 2015 at 17 in Venice at the Tibet Pavilion, upon the arrival of Ryosuke Cohen and Noriko Shimizu.Con the presence of Ruggero... [more]
The poetics of the multiverse are, appropriately, myriad. Some argue it is another capitalist machine of endless reproduction—an assembly line of universes—and a theory perpetuating need, consumed in abundance like goods. Others find it humbling, a relief from an anthropocentric view of consciousness on Earth.
The idea that there are several universes, the multiverse is inaccessible and possibly equally lifelike, has returned to contemporary discourse in the recent decade, post-Marx... [more]
As Chicago's biggest art week builds to a crescendo, many of the best talks and events are still to come over this weekend. EXPO is marking itself out for its genuine interest in connecting what the commercial art fair does with conversations happening in parallel. While many fairs attempt to do this, EXPO has panel discussions with broad, understandable topics that open out to design, fashion, and commerce, reflecting more realistically the complexion of the art world, its influences—and its conflict... [more]
Independent project spaces have an inherently tenuous nature. But don’t misinterpret that as an inadequacy. Often working within more confines than their established gallery and institutional counterparts, project spaces leverage their upstart spirit by converting restricted budget, resources, and square meters into an enticing enthusiasm that yields lively results.
Project Space Festival is proof positive of this resourcefulness. Recently, it’s hit its stride in maximizing the potentia... [more]
Taboo is an open call for artwork which sparks thoughtful investigation on taboos.
Works submitted can take into account prevailing taboos, wherever and however they are experienced, geographically or culturally, or give a sense of how and why transitions to new forms of consideration and acceptance are given with taboos.
Enter your work or project in any medium on the theme by 5 December 2015.
5,000 € cash prizes and a top quality gallery catalogue.
Full details on the theme and how to enter: h... [more]
Art or Not? Visitors to the museum or fine art institution are often concerned about being the butt of an artist's joke, not privy to some marketing ploy, where they are statiscial cogs in a machine churning out money for ideas. But wouldn't it be a fine thing if we could make artworks out of experience—removing the need for product, structure, and market, altogether?
This week: Awkward mishaps happen. But which of the images described below is a clandestine capture of a situation staged by a very ra... [more]
by Alexandra Chipkin
On the evening of August 13th Guilmi seemed to be waking up. A cacophony of voices could be heard as townspeople and visitors gathered in a small piazza to listen to stories beingread aloud from inside a van. Later this van was opened up to reveal photographs lining the inside of the car: forming a small gallery. This gallery is in fact the perfect size for this town of no more than 200 people. The exhibition is called Avanzi, or leftovers. It is the result of about three we... [more]
Here's a taste of what's in Carpazine September/October. Carpazine Underground Art magazine featuring: Jesse Mosher: Punk Art, A.R.D: Hardcore since 1984, Ear and There: Be a part of this worldwide phenomenon, Matthew Lineham: New Wave Saints, Stax Museum: Stax: Visions of Soul, Street Artist: Sath, Muskga: The revival of guitars with substance, Leigh de Vries: Strange, Manoush and many more!
For five days New York-based saxophonist and multimedia artist Matana Roberts took over the Whitney’s third-floor theater for the latest installment of i call america, her “extended research residency”-cum-performance, situated as a response to the Whitney’s inaugural exhibition, America Is Hard to See. “America is hard to see” compels us to look, to try to understand the complexities of America’s visual history; “I call America,” meanwhile, establishes an agent, compelling us to act. Understan... [more]