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A Picture of My Willie for ALL to See Now!  
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3/1/14 Posted 3/1/14

Thought that it might be a good idea now it seems i'm no longer able to add Artworks to this site anymore as i have in the past for whatever reason it be, that i'd try to add it this way! This is a portrait of Willie Nelson at Glastonbury 2010 when i was lucky enough to catch him LIVE! [more]

Explore my art Books & Ebooks for Free  
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3/1/14 Posted 3/20/14

Books Collector's Limited Edition Books & Ebooks You can explore all my books for free in my website. www.davidperea.com Travel Photography, Poetry, Mixed Media, Surrealism, Painting, Literature, Urban Photography, Fashion, Aerial Photography, Graphic Design, Black & White Photography and More...! Ebooks available in iTunes and iBooks Maidens of the World & Urban Dimensions San Francisco Ebook available in iTunes and iBooks for only $3.99. These Ebooks are available for... [more]

Min's viewpoint of art  
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2/25/14 Posted 2/26/14

First of all, I think the everyone’s art is the embodies of his / her own cultural knowledge and cultural connotation. Everyone speaks on his / her cultural background. Different cultural backgrounds, and different social experience can lead to different ideas, then create different arts. Everyone just exerts his / her knowledge and wisdom as much as possible. I would like to explore the more deep-seated things by exploring the philosophy of time and space, and see the essence of thi... [more]

Horror art  
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2/24/14 Posted 2/24/14

Frankenstein and Bride [more]

The Con Artist: Pussy Riot's Riot, Ai-Caramba!, and Wasss?!  
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2/21/14 Posted 2/21/14

Pussy Riot's Riot Following a tumultuous week of performances protesting the Olympics in Sochi, Russian punk band Pussy Riot released a music video criticizing Vladimir Putin and the Sochi Winter Games. Titled “Putin will teach you how to love the motherland” (above), the video includes footage of the band being beaten with horsewhips while trying to stage a performance in front of an Olympic sign. In their lyrics, the female activist group criticizes Putin for using the Olympics... [more]

OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory Art Meets Science - 2014  
Posted 2/15/14

Artists whose work reflects the intersection of science, art and the research interests of scientists at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory (MDIBL) are invited to apply to participate in the third annual “Art Meets Science” exhibit at MDIBL. Applications due by March 15, 2014 for exhibit from July 1 -September 30. Artists with work in any medium are encouraged to apply. For more information and to obtain application forms, please visit www.mdibl.org/art_and_science or... [more]

The Con Artist: Helping Children, Knee Capping Children, and Clooney is Confused  
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2/14/14 Posted 2/14/14

It Was For the Children Photo of Simon Metke, 33, by Jana G. Pruden via Edmonton Journal Edmonton resident and small time weed dealer Simon Metke had no idea he was in possession of a stolen ancient Persian artifact valued at $1.2 million, so just chill out. Canadian officials raided Metke’s apartment late last month, and (according to the Edmonton Journal) Metke was just sort of like, woah, “What the heck is going on?” “There’s like 20 RCMP officers flooding my... [more]

Google Protests Sochi, Manages to Make It Gayer  
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2/7/14 Posted 2/7/14

Google's Doodle is really gay To coincide with the opening of the Sochi Games today, Google protested Russia’s anti-gay “propaganda” laws through its Google Doodle, a rainbow banner with bobsledders, snowboarders, and figure skaters. In addition to the doodle, Google quotes the Olympic Charter's anti-discrimination clause. This, apparently, not only to imply that Russia is not acting in the spirit of the Olympics, but also so that we don’t confuse it as simply an... [more]

Bidding Farewell to Poet and Artist Rene Ricard (1946-2014)  
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2/5/14 Posted 2/5/14

Rene Ricard for Vice Fashion in 2009, photo by Mirabelle Marden. Beloved poet, writer, artist, and art critic Rene Ricard passed away Sunday at the age of 67. Ricard was an incredibly influential force in the art movements coming out of New York City during the 70s, 80s, and 90s, counting Andy Warhol, Robert Hawkins, and Keith Haring among his colleagues and friends. A teenage runaway, Ricard fled his hometown of Acushnet, Massachusetts for Boston and later New York in the late 60s, immersi... [more]

Polka Dots for Holly Solomon  
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1/27/14 Posted 1/27/14

But What Does it All Mean? An Exploration of John Randall Nelson’s “Polka Dots For Holly Solomon” By Kristin Bauer “To be or not to be: that is the question.” It may be terribly cliché to begin anything with the aforementioned Shakespeare quote, so overly referenced, adapted and turned over in our modern society that it has been rendered virtually meaningless. However, in discussing the recent body of work, Polka Dots for Holly Solomon, by artist John Randa... [more]

The Con Artist: Pedo-Quilts, Reunited Artifacts, and Op Art Altercations  
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1/17/14 Posted 1/17/14

Sew Wrong Paul Yore, Photo: Jason South Australian artist Paul Yore, known for his beautifully intricate quilts depicting children touching themselves while dancing around a huge penis, will appear in court this, um…, Valentine’s Day to face charges for, uh…, producing and possessing child pornography. Police seized the artist’s work, including his masterpiece, “Everything is F---ed” which was on display at the, um…, potentially catholic St Kilda&r... [more]

in the middle of making  
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1/4/14 Posted 1/4/14

I am in the middle of exploring balance, process, definition of a book... my work is based on intuitive exploratory process, but in the middle of making I have trouble when my mind steps in and wants to pose questions: when is enough? when to stop? what do you want with this? how will others see this? will they see what you see? do you need to explain? does it have to be understood? I know that even I don't need to know what is this about. of course we all know all the answers, but they are n... [more]

Tonight at Book Soup - Burning the Midnight Oil: Illuminating Words for the Long Night's Journey Into Day  
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12/13/13 Posted 12/13/13

Gregg ChadwickNight Swim, Kaufmann House24"x30" oil on linen 2013 This Friday the 13th chase away the demons with an inspiring book reading. Tonight at Book Soup on Sunset in Hollywood at 7 pm we will be presenting Burning the Midnight Oil: Illuminating Words for the Long Night's Journey into Day, which includes my essay Painting at Night. This marvelous book, edited by Phil Cousineau, includes an inspiring array of essays and poems: including pieces by Vince... [more]

Call for Artists  
Posted 12/10/13

Artists, ILO Clothing wants to create with you. In September 2014, let fashion exhibit your work on the clothing medium for the brand’s capsule collection in New York City. You’re invited to submit a portfolio of up to twelve pieces of your best work to ILO for a chance at having your work incorporated into the collection, promoting your work on the trendsetting New York City streets, and a royalty for every piece of clothing sold that your artwork touches. ILO wants to collaborat... [more]

Call for papers: The future of the biennial - experimental places to reinvent political space?  
Posted 12/3/13

Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics www.seismopolite.com Seismopolite Journal of Art and Politics www.seismopolite.com Contact submissions@seismopolite.comPaal Andreas BøePhone: +4797788597 Address www.seismopolite.comP. A. Bøe/ Seismopolite Journal of Art and PoliticsMyraNO-7533Norway Info Please send your proposal, CV and samples of earlier work to us withinDecember 20, 2013. The upcoming issue of Se... [more]

The fast car  
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12/2/13 Posted 12/2/13

The painting below is the beautiful interpretation of Mossa Tine of the mode of transport most used in Senegal. This painting is a reminder of the disappearance of the urban jewel. Words from the artist "This painting perfectly illustrates my history with ‘Le car rapide’ which has become an urban symbol, renowned in Senegal. I am proud to be the first artist Senegalese to have visually painted ‘the Fast Car’ (le car rapide) in giving them their present appearance. It&rsqu... [more]


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