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Christo unveils world's largest indoor sculpture  
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3/27/13 Posted 3/27/13

(Excerpt from 'Christo unveils world’s largest indoor sculpture: Big Air Package' posted by Citizen Team on by Citizen Team on March 26, 2013. Found here http://salidacitizen.com/2013/03/christo-unveils-worlds-largest-indoor-sculpture-big-air-package)   Big Air Package is the largest ever inflated envelope without a skeleton. It is on view at the Gasometer Oberhausen, Germany, from March 16 to December 30, 2013. The Over The River exhibition date continues to be temporarily postponed due to... [more]

Elena Kozhevnikova: Catalogue Edition  
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Posted 3/26/13

  Elena KozhevnikovaMixed media painting   Lives and works in: MoscowWebsite: www.elena-kozhevnikova.comTo Purchase Contact: Elena Kozhevnikova   Elena Kozhevnikova was born in 1965 in Rostov-on-Don. She studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London, Moscow State University, and the Rostov State Conservatoire. In addition to painting, Kozhevnikova also has designed jewelry, interiors, and sings opera. In 2003 she became the creative director of the Russian Golf Association, where she launched a del... [more]

Showcase Watchlist: Kim Carlino  
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3/15/13 Posted 3/15/13

(Image: Kim Carlino,Cosmological Formations series I, XIV, 2013, Watercolor and ink on yupo, 39in x 23in; © Kim Carlino)   Kim Carlino (b. 1977, MI) From the silence of nothingness arises forms that expand and contract, electrified with streaks of colorful lines, pendants, and geometrical shapes. Imagined universes arise and dissolve as I explore the tension between fluidity and rigidity. Harmony and balance can be achieved at a point somewhere between the two.  At this meeting point lies e... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Shuichi TAKADA  
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3/12/13 Posted 3/12/13

(Image: Shuichi TAKADA, Florerel2, 2011, Digital art including photographed watercolor and illustrated imagery; © Shuichi TAKADA)   Shuichi TAKADA (b. Sapporo, Japan)  This work is what is lost in the earthquake two years ago. I pray for the souls that draw. Although computer-based drawing, heart is being transmitted and it will not change any of the art so far. I'm sure the future is towards digital art. Now is the beginning of the art and with the evolution of the computer digital art i... [more]

20130113203949-anywhere_but_here Stage & Canvas Feb 20/2013 by Robert del Valle  
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Laura Beyer, Oreen Cohen, Michelle Dickson, Patricia Nadon, Brenda Oelbaum, Alice Pixley Young at Whitdel Arts February 22nd, 2013 - March 23rd, 2013
Posted 2/26/13

Here is There Whitdel Arts has been repainted, redone, refurnished and has now refreshed its resolve to being one of the preeminent art spaces for the city. On 2/22 they will unveil Anywhere But Here, being described as a "transformative installation exhibition" that has transformed Whitdel into "six all-encompassing environments where the viewer is invited to adventure into, and be surrounded by, the installation." We love magical mystery tours, don't you? The six individuals who did the half-dozen... [more]

20121205001352-kunstadt_c_sacredpoemxviii Material Objects 'Hard & Soft' selections bind craftmanship with innovation  
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Naomi Adams, Christopher Cunningham, Ben Dory, Michael Furrh, M. Annie Kilborn, Carole P. Kunstadt, Sungyeol Lee, Ana M. Lopez, Michelle Startzman, Mia Weiner at Center for the Visual Arts February 8th, 2013 - April 5th, 2013
Posted 3/6/13

http://www.dentonrc.com/entertainment/denton-time-headlines/20130221-material-objects.ece Lucinda Breeding/Features Editor, Denton Record-Chronicle "Other pieces are a marvel of craftsmanship. Carole P. Kunstadt used a parish psalmody — a book of Psalms for group prayers — dated 1844 and 1849. Kunstadt removed pages from the book and sliced even, tiny strips into them. She sewed the strips together using a sewing machine, then interleaved the strips with fine tissue or gold leaf. In Sacred Poem... [more]

20130125011829-persona_announcement Persona – Therese A. Maloney Gallery - A Portrait of the Psyche - Review by Mary Gregory  
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Sally Alexandres, Jayna Aronovitch, Kiyomi Baird, Marianne Barcellona, Rob Barth, Aileen Bassis, Amy Becker, Bette Blank, Elizabeth Catanese, Olushola A. Cole, Ellen Denuto, Doug Depice, Elise Dodeles, GORDON FEAREY, Carlos Frias, Arlene Gale, norma greenwood, Valerie Huhn, Neal Korn, Greg Leshé, Claire McConaughy, Charlie Perkalis, Larry Ross, Kiyoko Sakai, aZin seraj, Barbara Simcoe, K Lenore Siner, Marsha Solomon, Daryl Thetford, Adejoke Tugbiyele, Raúl Villarreal at Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery January 22nd, 2013 - April 14th, 2013
Posted 2/8/13

A Portrait of the Psyche Persona is a word that can mean that aspect or part of one’s personality that is deliberately shown to the world, or in the Jungian sense, and hearkening back to the etymology of the word (from the Greek “prosōpon”), a theatrical mask which covers the wearer. In the current exhibition at the Therese A. Maloney Gallery, director and curator Dr. Virginia Fabbri Butera, by choosing this particular word as both the theme and the title, has opened a dual v... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Wayne Sleeth  
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1/25/13 Posted 1/25/13

(Image: Wayne Sleeth, Love (is all you need),  2011, mixed on canvas, 60 x 80 x 5 centimeters; © Wayne Sleeth)   Wayne Sleeth (b. 1966, Cleethorpes, England) In his mature work since moving to the Lorraine region of  France in 2001, Wayne Sleeth reiterates and re-explores the source and schema of his more formative sensations; the big skies above the flat lands of both the Lincolnshire coast of his father and the polders of maternal Flanders, where he also spent his childhood. The Lorraine... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Kevin O'Brien  
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1/17/13 Posted 1/17/13

(Image: Kevin O'Brien, Elrctric Reindeer, 2012, Acrylic, Glitter, 22 X 28 X 1 Inches; © Kevin O'Brien)   Kevin O'Brien (b. 1952, Boston, MA) I am a proponent of Pan-Global, Industrial, Supra-Expressionism which utilizing materials from global industrial culture. I use bright colors used in textures on dull industrial materials. "Pan-Global" because all cultures have been absorbed into the Industrialscape. "Supra" because an attempt is made to make the expressionistic content real, very rea... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Lauretta Lowell  
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1/7/13 Posted 1/7/13

(Image: Lauretta Lowell, “Miss Chevious”,  Mixed Media Assemblage articulated doll, 74”H x 20”W x 6”D, wood and metal; © Lauretta Lowell)   Lauretta Lowell (b. 1951, Jacksonville, FL) After experiencing head trauma in 2002, I have had to "repurpose" my life as a business woman, reassembling it into an artist. Choosing the puzzle of mixed media assemblage art has helped my brain heal and wake up my undiscovered passion. I am content...I am happy....LIFE IS GOOD!I've chosen to substitute the co... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Lidia Simeonova  
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11/24/12 Posted 11/24/12

(Image:  Lidia Simeonova, Earth, Air, Water,  2009, Mixed media, 48 x 48 x 2 inches; © Lidia Simeonova)   Lidia Simeonova (b. 1956, Plovdiv, Bulgaria) My artwork is a reflection of my life. I have projected frozen moments-good and bad-onto the canvas. As my style and personality matured, I traveled the world. I was born and grew up in Bulgaria, where I obtained a Bachelor's Degree from Velico Tarnovo University of Fine Art. My free spirit, and lust for discovery and exploration fueled a worl... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Massimo Eleonori  
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11/19/12 Posted 11/19/12

(Image: Massimo Eleonori, Medusa, 2009, Acrylic, Vinavil and paper on canvas, 80 x 80 cms; © Massimo Eleonori)   Massimo Eleonori (b. 1967, Macerata, Italy) Massimo Eleonori, after graduating as a surveyor, soon graduated as a Master of Art from the Academy of Fine Arts of Macerata. He participated in numerous collective exhibitions and in 1991 had his first solo exhibition "Fragments screamed in silence" where, after starting from a surreal dream of unconscious phallic landscape of the years... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Antoaneta Melnikova-Hillman  
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11/10/12 Posted 11/10/12

(Antoaneta Melnikova-Hillman, Conversation-1, 2011, encaustic on board,18 x 15 inches; © Antoaneta Melnikova-Hillman)   Antoaneta Melnikova-Hillman (b. Pleven-Bulgaria) I don't question my desire to paint but am thankful that it exists. It gives my life direction.  Leonardo’s words that painting is poetry, seen rather than heard,  is reflected in my attitude towards painting.  I put the continuity of the idea and the transformation of reality in to a new world at the start of every work. C... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Marie-Paule Thorn  
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11/5/12 Posted 11/5/12

(Image: Marie-Paule Thorn, The Poppy Field, 2010, Mixed Media, 24 in. x 30 in.; © Marie-Paule Thorn)   Marie-Paule Thorn (b. Madagascar) Marie-Paule Thorn looks for the essence of a subject, to extract its dominant feature. When painting, or manipulating digital photography, she likes to explore geometrical designs, composition and juxtaposition of colors to enhance a visual dominance in the picture. It can be the texture of an old wall, the reflection of water or sky, the silhouette of a man-made... [more]

Showcase Watchlist: Gyeong Yoon An  
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10/31/12 Posted 10/31/12

(Image: Gyeong Yoon An,Time is on my side, 2010, carbon pencil on paper, 29.7 X 42 cm; © Gyeong Yoon An)   Gyeong Yoon An (b. Korea) In my recent work I have focused on three projects: First is a sculpture series about icons, second a drawing series as a more narrative form of my practice, and third an installation series in which I try to combine the idea of abstract and figurative image through a mixed form of sculpture, installation and painting. In my sculpture series ‘Icon _ Goddess’... [more]

Showcase Watchlist: Anne Sophie Lorange  
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10/29/12 Posted 10/29/12

(Image: Anne Sophie Lorange, Shattered brine, 2012, 150*150cm; © Anne Sophie Lorange)     Anne Sophie Lorange (b. 1977, Boston, Massachusetts) “In the presence of lines I see liminal spaces of existence. In these spaces I exist both in, out, through and in-between. By being both in, outside and in-between the written and visual lines, one can find relations between them, gaps and cervices, and lines that coincide and divide. I can relate to the “felt” word in a poetic passage through my ow... [more]


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