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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]

Flatland Gallery presenteert nieuwe fotografen, in: Digifoto, 2016  
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Gioia de Bruijn, Annouk Griffioen, Johan Grimonprez, Matt Henry, Jocelyn Lee, Sanja Marusic, David Verbeek, Guy Yanai at Flatland Gallery May 7th - June 18th
Posted 4/28/16

by Nadja Geskus Nederlandse fotograaf David Verbeek en Britse fotograaf Matt Henry sluiten zich aan bij de Flatland Gallery. Flatland Gallery is een Nederlandse gallerie voor moderne kunst gevestigd in Amsterdam. De gallerie staat bekend op het gebied van hedendaagse fotografie en heeft een hoge reputatie voor film, video, installaties, sculpturen, schilderijen en tekeningen. David Verbeek Flatland Gallery kondigt de vertegenwoordiging van David Verbeek, Nederlandse filmmaker en fotograa... [more]

The Exhibition Speaking Out Against Honor Killings in Kuwait   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Maha Al-Asaker, Zahra (Zouz The Bird) Al-Mahdi, Musa Al-Shadeedi, Zuhair Alsaeed, Amani Althuwaini, Tagreed Al Bagshi, Mehdi Darvishi, Thuraya Lynn Al Jasem, Deena (Machina) Qabazard, Farah Salem, Tarek Sultan at JAMM Art Gallery April 28th - May 8th
Posted 4/28/16

Five thousand women are murdered annually by their fathers, sons, brothers, or husbands in so-called honor killings. Or at least that’s the most widely cited number, derived from a UN estimate in 2000, the last time an official study was done. The real number, according to experts like Jordanian journalist Rana Husseini, who has covered the subject for over 20 years, is likely much larger. Honor killings are often considered an internal family issue; they’re a highly sensitive topic, a... [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]

OPEN CALL - BA CONTEMPORARY 2016 Vienna  
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4/10/16 Posted 4/10/16

OPEN CALL for Artists Deadline May 15, 2016 BA CONTEMPORARY 2016 Vienna Vienna, September 26 – October 9, 2016 Please, don’t miss the date and check for more information the announcement. https://biennaleaustria.wordpress.com/open-call/ Thanks for your attention, Best regards BIENNALE AUSTRIA Association office@biennaleaustria.org [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]

Lee Godie's Photo Booth Portraits Show Moments of Self-Invention from a Life Lived in Public   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Lee Godie at Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art April 8th - July 5th
Posted 3/31/16

Lee Godie, pronounced “go-DAY.” She was a French Impressionist; her portraits and still-lifes were “better than Cezanne.” Or so went the sales pitch from her habitual perch—and erstwhile studio—on the steps of the Art Institute of Chicago. Living on the streets, sleeping in the park, sprawling out on the floors of local libraries to draw, using a supermarket as an informal bank, Ms. Godie has become one of the most recognized Chicago artists, perhaps because for a while she... [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]

University College Main Building Toronto Canada  
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3/30/16 Posted 3/30/16

The University College Main Building at No 15 King's College Circle on the University Of Toronto campus. Constructed in 1853, the building was severely damaged by a fire that gutted the entire eastern wing and the college library in 1890. More than 33,000 books were destroyed in the college library but within two years, the library was replenished through donations. University College was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1968.Original photography from 2010 using a Canon EOS T1i body... [more]

L.A. Photo Curator CALL FOR ENTRY: The Figure in the Landscape  
Posted 3/21/16

The relationship between a figure and its landscape context can be powerful. Landscapes are often presented as pristine places, without human presence. However, figures within landscapes can play dynamic roles as scale elements, protagonists in a narrative, or mysterious presences. Sometimes figures can ask more questions about a place than they can answer. For this exhibition we seek photographs that extend beyond documentation of place to bring a human element into the natural or urban landsca... [more]

BigCi Open Day.  
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3/27/16 Posted 3/4/16

Magda Wegrzyn Sunim KohMarie CraigProgram * Exhibition Open 11.00am - 4.00pm* Welcome by Rae Bolotin 11.30am – 11.45pm * Sabrina Roesner talks about the World Heritage artist in residence program 11.45am – 12.15pm * Magda Wegrzyn - artist talk 12.15pm – 12.30pm* Lunch - bring your own picnic; Bilpin Cider will be served. 12.30pm – 1.30pm*Cyanotype Workshop - Part 1 1.30pm – 2.00pm * Marie C... [more]

Sticks and Stones: The Amanda Knox trial of Sienna Reid  
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3/25/16 Posted 3/25/16

by Annie Shepard on July 26, 2015 Sticks and Stones The Amanda Knox Trial of Sienna Reid On November 2nd, 2007 Meredith Kercher was found dead in her apartment in Perugia, Italy. What followed was part murder investigation, part tabloid fodder, and part witch hunt. Amanda Knox, Meredith's roommate, was arrested for the crime. Despite having no physical evidence linking her with the scene of the crime, Knox was... [more]

Opera Publica  
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3/25/16 Posted 3/25/16

Curently taking part at Opera Publica, group show at Künstlerhaus Wien http://www.k-haus.at/de/ausstellung/307/opera-publica.html [more]

Fresh Faces: New Portraits by Los Angeles Artists presented by Saatchi Art  
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3/24/16 Posted 3/24/16

Tonight in Santa Monica: Fresh Faces: New Portraits by Los Angeles Artists presented by Saatchi Art My portrait of Anna May Wong is part of this upcoming exhibition in Santa Monica. Anna May Wong was the first Chinese American film star, and the first Asian American actress to gain international recognition. Her acting career went from silent films to talkies, to stage, to radio, and to television. Born in Los Angeles, a few blocks from Chinatown, Anna May Wong's career has been an inspiration for many.... [more]

September 16, 2013 'Sex monster,' 'man-eater,' 'succubus': How one artist explores Amanda Knox and the power of words  
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3/24/16 Posted 3/24/16

By ERIC REGULY Through paintings, photographs, film and 'curse tablets,' artist Sienna Reid explores the Italian murder case that transfixed the world Sienna Reid's whimsical apartment in Rome's ancient Monti neighbourhood has morphed into a tantalizing cultural testament to Amanda Knox, the American student who was convicted, and later acquitted, of the murder of her British roommate in Perugia, Italy. Enormous strips of white paper hang from the walls of Reid's studio. They bear the grisly or outrageous... [more]


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