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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]

The Easy Way To Improve Fitness Classes  
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4/1/15 Posted 4/1/15

The way to select the Appropriate Fitness Class Picking up a fitness class can be an easy way to attain your fitness targets; and also with host of classes offered at the majority of gyms as well as leisure centers, you can find a fitness class for everybody. The following article describes just about the most common fitness classes in higher detail, and the several benefits these include. What exactly are your goals? The first stage in selecting the best fitness class is to develop what it is... [more]

Arts and Letters: Lesley Dill in Conversation  
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3/30/15 Posted 3/30/15

March 2015, Brooklyn, NY: Lesley Dill works in sculpture, photography, and performance, using a range of media and methods to explore themes of language, the body, and what it means to be transformed by an experience. She recently participated in Beautiful Beast at the New York Academy of Art, an exhibition that explored the intersection of beauty and abjection through sculpture, often depicting our humanity through distortion. I am always interested in work that defies disciplinary boundaries a... [more]

Susan Scafati Shoots Portraits from SXSW 2015  
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3/30/15 Posted 3/30/15

Many thanks to Photo District News online for their news coverage about the recent portraiture work I did during SXSW ! Austin, Texas-based contemporary art photographer Susan Scafati recently shot portraits during South by Southwest (SXSW) — the annual music, film, and interactive festival — from her hometown neighborhood in Austin, Texas. “This is one of my favorite experiences in Austin,” Scafati says. Scafati is drawn to the way that the city transforms itself into a mecca of fes... [more]

Article from Less Common More Sense  
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3/30/15 Posted 3/30/15

The Burghers of Calais Image from Bouville series and text below is from article in magazine Less Common More Sense, which retells the story of an interaction during the gagging of the Burghers of Calais (outside the Houses of Parliament - London) . Generally speaking it is a cunning plan to climb up onto and off statues as quickly as possible, so I was relatively unimpressed when I head an old voice behind me saying, 'Is this a protest?' 'Not really' I replied politely, as I hung precari... [more]

Call for Entries: Aperture Summer Open  
Posted 3/27/15

We want your photographs! There are three weeks left to submit to the 2015 ApertureSummer Open, an open-call exhibition for which all photographers are eligible. Curated by Aperture magazine editor Michael Famighetti, this year's theme, Black Mirror, considers visions of the future. Do we live in a world wilder than science fiction?Above is a featured submission by Aras Gögten from the series Arkanum, which explores humans' relationship to real and imagined landscapes Enter now. The deadl... [more]

Performing Tables   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Posted 3/25/15

Laura Letinsky photographs material debris left behind on tabletops. Orange peels, breadcrumbs, partially consumed cakes, wine stains, or sometimes a more theatrical octopus spread out in evocative, transitory constellations. At any moment one imagines a figure will enter the picture frame, destroying the aesthetic confluence in an effort to wipe the table down and deposit all captured remnants in a trashcan. This is partly what’s so compelling about these photographs: framed by the camer... [more]

So fun!  
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at Santa Monica Art Studios May 9th 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Posted 3/24/15

I've gone to this event for more than 4 years and it's so great! There are so many talented students there and their initiative is inspiring! I've bought some great art at a really good price [more]

Trying to Disarm a Racist Machine with Aesthetics   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin at Foam - Fotografie Museum March 20th - June 3rd
Posted 3/24/15

The capitalist economy is sexist: women earn less than men for doing the same job and the glass ceiling prevents them from ever reaching the top. Mainstream media are biased against LGBTs and propagate heterosexuality as the norm. It’s usually systems that are accused of being skewed against minorities, and usually on just grounds. But Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin take it one step further. The artist duo echoes French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard who, when shooting a film in Mozambique... [more]

The Sphinx of Waikiki   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Posted 3/24/15

At its genesis in the final years of the 19th century, the American Empire was more than just a land-based expansion westward. It was a network of islands, an American Archipelago. A hemispheric smear stretching from Puerto Rico through Cuba, out to Hawai'i, Samoa, Guam, and the Philippines, the real challenge for the American center—like all maritime imperial forces—consisted first and foremost in ensuring the reliable transmission of political, social, and commercial power over the many nautical mi... [more]

She pictures him - He texts her back  
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3/23/15 Posted 3/23/15

The partnership between me and photographer Thaís Medina provides an exchange worthy of appreciation. Our long distance professional relationship gives us the opportunity to assemble each other's skills in order to create a vast production of cultural grounding since it brings different talents together in hard work and discipline. After creating "The Buea Chronicles", we decided to carry on and developed the project "She pictures him - He texts her back", a multi-platform proposal with the... [more]

The Emancipation of Private Space in Five Centuries of Art History   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Posted 3/23/15

The curators of a new exhibition at Marmottan Museum, Paris, Georges Vigarello and Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen, have chosen an audacious topic: La Toilette and The Invention of Privacy, tracing the ritual practices that accompany the toilette through selected part of art history (with works on display from the 15th to the first half of 20th century). Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Le Bain, 1902. Copyright Musee cantonal des beaux-arts de Lausanne The "toilette" (bathroom) is here understood in i... [more]

The Buea Chronicles  
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3/22/15 Posted 3/22/15

This is a material written in collaboration with Thaís Medina, a professional photographer who invited me to be her partner in storytelling. This way, we created an imaginary journal that Thaís inherited from her grandmother, Nelly Costa, whose love for adventure led her to Africa many decades ago. Her writings were full of notes and records about her experience, leading its readers towards a fascinating and curious ending. However, there is none, for the journal was left unfinished... [more]

Opening reception - Jenő Eugéne Detvay Youtube channel  
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Gábor Enikõ, Detvay Jeno Eugène, Kecskés Péter at MET Gallery March 21st - April 7th
Posted 3/24/15

A MET galéria Háromszög című sorozatának első kiállítása"PROCESS": Gábor Enikő, Detvay Jenő, Kecskés PéterA kiállítást megnyitotta: Nagy Zopán költő, író, fotográfus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45chkUSYxyI [more]

The Radiants at Bortolami X w/Green Tea Gallery  
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3/21/15 Posted 3/21/15

Four years on from the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi reactor in Japan, radioactive water is still pouring into the sea. In spite of this, life goes on, politicians eat potentially radioactive strawberries for the cameras and something called "art" attempts to process a world as resistant to comprehensibility as the one we call, more or less, home. Into this strange reactor pool comes the show The Radiants bringing together work by Ei Arakawa, Jutta Koether, Sigmar Poke, UNITED BROTHERS and ma... [more]

Tamar Halpern "My Voice at the Pace of Drifting Clouds" at On Stellar Rays  
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3/21/15 Posted 3/21/15

Painting is perpetually in crisis; rarely does the urgency of the crisis feel as palpable as in Tamar Halpern's show at On Stellar Rays. In an increasingly digital visual eco-system, painters are not forgiven easily if they don't reckon with the changes. Halpern's works-- paintings, in a sense; prints in a sense; even sculptures if looked at in another way--are determined not to be overwritten by the coders. The works, generally a combination of UltraChrome ink on linen and paper with some o... [more]


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