A beautiful designed place is an attraction for everybody as well as just brings in positive vibes automatically. There are various 3d interior rendering South Africaservices that provide with impeccable designs for artistic and sumptuous looking interiors.
Rendering is the process of generating images of 3d models with the help of computer programs. The 3d architectural visualization gives the preview with clears attributes of an architectural design.
The architects work very hard in designing t... [more]
'Emissions' form the crux of Ida Kvetny's latest works, ecstatically surreal compositions that are worlds unto themselves, as she manifests space-creation and -disintegration from topics stemming from environmental concerns to inner conflict. She is a current artist-in-residence at NARS Foundation (New York).
Galleri Christoffer Egelund (Copenhagen, booth C4) presents Kvetny at VOLTA NY 2015.
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Titus Kaphar is perhaps, the most important artist to have exhibited work in New York City this winter. Is that a lofty claim? Probably. Does that bother me? No.
The more I learn about the field of contemporary art, the more I learn that it can be a realm far removed from the minutiae of daily life of most people. No city encapsulates this troubling energy more than New York City. The gap between the city’s art world elite and us “regular” folks is wide, my frie... [more]
I don't consider myself as a colorist; yet, sometimes, I managed to utilize some vibrant colors to create paintings with vibrant colors, bold, striking, yet harmonious, such as my 2003 oil painting, Birds and Men. Birds and Men / 鳥與人 / Vögel und Menschen Oil on Canvas 30" x 40" 2003 With that painting, and several others made in 2003, I started my Apocalypse Series, intended to document human sufferings inflicted by reckless or repressive political, religious or cultural forces. The dire... [more]
Mixing painting and weaving with 35mm photography, Brooklyn-based artist Lala Abaddon creates intricate woven works that “create space and time within a stationary moment” through her use of color and contrast. By cutting printed photographs into hundreds of strips, which she then weaves together, Abaddon creates a deconstructed collage of worldly experience, exemplifying alternate realities of chaos, color, and the universe. Her work dives into the cerebral components of human connecti... [more]
So you walk into El Floridita, one of many Havana bars that prides itself on being a former haunt of barfly Ernest Hemmingway, and there is Guillaume Bijl, the Belgian artist known for absurd installations in which he brings a driving school or travel agency into a museum context. On your way out, you try to hail a taxi, but it is already occupied by Joëlle Tuerlinckx. In a nearby eatery, video artist Johan Grimonprez is having lunch. It feels like Havana is having a Belgian moment—and i... [more]
Middle East-centric shows are having a moment in American museums, but the Middle East, North Africa, and Mediterranean (MENAM) focus at this year’s Armory Show (March 4-8) will mark the first time a fair in the US has brought a large showing of art from the region to a commercial environment. Curator Omar Kholeif and focus partners Edge of Arabia and Art Jameel have selected a handful of galleries, each of which will feature a maximum of two artists, balanced between modern and contemporary. The overall curatorial vision for the s... [more]
Lord, just give me sign! by Carole P. Kunstadt Sandow Birk, Johanna Bresnick, Martin Brief, Michael Cloud Hirschfeld, Stephanie Kirk, Nicholas Kripal, Carole P. Kunstadt, David Stephens at Gershman Gallery, Gershman Y at the University of the Arts
January 22nd - May 14th
by BECKY BATCHA
"So, yes, we've come a long way from those tablets that Moses brought down from the mount.
The show came about when curator Susan Isaacs, who teaches at Towson University, "started seeing a trend and realizing that a lot of artists were dealing with spiritual texts," said Gershman executive director Maxine Gaiber. The two worked together to bring the works to Philly."
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I apply oil onto canvas using unusual tools for application. I also try to use imagery that is illrelevent except for the impression it leaves the viewer. Purists want Societies Approval before attempting to communicate in a time-binding manner with the Future Generations that have No Future. I want My imagery to continue to effect social change and solidify My Position of Living in This Constant State of Deterioration of Our Most Sacred Vows. #1 Thou Shall Not Kill #2 Thou Shall Not Steal #3 Tho... [more]
“Kehinde Wiley is everywhere right now,” said Eugenie Tsai, John and Barbara Vogelstein Curator of Contemporary Art, Brooklyn Museum, as the small press tour began. This was not an exaggeration by any means; Wiley garnered recent attention when his paintings appeared as backdrops in Fox's Empire, a highly stylized melodrama from Lee Daniels and Danny Strong that collages black stereotypes while positioning black bodies into a King Lear-like drama, and for his fashion week photoshoot wit... [more]
In her first solo museum exhibition, West Valley College art department chairwoman Kathryn Arnold explores the concept of language and the ways in which language interprets what we experience.
Aptly titled, "The Impact of Language," the exhibition opens on Valentine's Day at the Triton Museum of Art and runs through March 29. In this exhibit, Arnold showcases about a dozen works, including large-sc... [more]
Language Explored in Kathryn Arnold’s Solo Show By Melissa McKenzie http://www.santaclaraweekly.com/2015/Issue-8/language_explored_in_kathryn_arnolds_solo_show.html If someone is characterized as “short,” “chipper” or “stubborn,” it will immediately implant an image about the person being described. Although not often contemplated, there are strong implications associated with language. And, despite there being no standard of what the line is for “s... [more]
About eight years ago, before J.Crew arrived in Toronto, I was having a conversation with a colleague at the University of Toronto. He was an Art History PhD from Ohio, who specialized in medieval Italian church frescoes and dressed like the quintessential preppy yuppie: buttoned-down gingham cotton shirts, khaki pants, Clarks. He complained about how he couldn’t shop in Toronto, because it hadn’t yet caught up with “civilization” by having a J.Crew.
Recently, I found myself wander... [more]
NY ARTS MAGAZINE
Title: Lacrime Artist: Manuella Muerner Marioni Medium: Acrylic with Spectrum glass fragments on Canvas Size: 120 x 90 x 5 cm / 47.25 x 35.5 x 2 inches (Width x Height x Depth)
Aesthetics of becoming playful and self-analysis between reflections and Human research
In the artistic philosophy of Manuella Muerner Marioni Life and the Being plays an absolutely important role, both conceptually and visually. We could say that both are part of a single fascinating idea that exis... [more]