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 plasticit... [more]
Maintains standards for cataloging time-based art in accordance with the Collection Manual and Museum standards. Performs work in relation to care of the collection and arranges for custodial, registration, and preparation work as required in the maintenance of the collection in gallery and storage areas. Coordinates and schedules collection work to be done internally and externally in such areas as conservation, imaging, matting and framing, construction, lighting, etc. Coordinates requests for imag... [more]
What Our Bodies Could Be
Caroline Picard explores the multifaceted physical figure as depicted in contemporary art today.
Brotherhood of Bearded Men
A museum show in Israel forges new connections between artists in an attempt to display its permanent collection in a more accessible way.
A New Platform for Video Art?
We take in the shorts program at Rotterdam's International Film Festival 2015, and consider the potential for artists' films and video art the festival format offers.
Happy Bi... [more]
I have been thinking, for the last week or so, about art and criminality. Not so much about the inherent criminality of the art world, necessarily—whether this dealer or that dealer might also be involved in the arms trade, or ruminating on the more subjective moral brand of “criminality” present in the sale of an eighteen-million-estimate artwork—but the literal "Push me Pull you" relationship which the two “concepts,” have been enacting in my peripheral vision... [more]
Who collects art? Where do they live, how old are they, how many of them are there, and what do they like to buy? These are questions that most people who gravitate towards art as an industry have asked themselves. Now, thanks to a new report compiled by Larry's List and published by Publishers for Modern Art, Vienna, the answers are revealed.
The most wide-reaching report on collectors of contemporary art, the document is based on profiles and data from around 10,000 active private collectors from 71 countries: the... [more]
Dedicating its programming to the work of seven noted filmmakers, KOW in Berlin gives its exhibition space over to the moving image in 2015. The year’s roster includes Germany representatives for this year’s Venice Biennale, Tobias Zielony and Hito Steyerl, pioneering feminist and experimental cinematographer Barbara Hammer, Russian activist collective Chto Delat?, Mario Pfeifer, Renzo Martens, and Clemens von Wedemeyer.
Why is it so important to show and engage with film and video... [more]
Coohaus Art Mora will host seven lectures and exhibitions throughout a four-month period for emerging artists in New York.
Each lecture will focus on essential topics for a successful career as an artist: How to Make a Portfolio, How to Write an Essay (Artist Statement), How to Survive as an Artist in New York, How to Apply for Grants, How to Get an Artist Visa, How to Report Tax, How to Prepare for an Open Studio.
These lectures will be moderated by professionals in the art and galler... [more]
Down The Digital Black Hole
Natalie Hegert wanders the graveyards of MySpace and Friendster and ponders how the digital era's archives will be preserved.
Stephanie Cristello thinks Joan Didion's Celine face is a facade.
A Year Long Show of Films
KOW Berlin has chosen to dedicate 2015 to filmaking. Here's why.
How To Rob A Bank And Get Away With It
Philippa Snow on the recent trend for excusing criminal activity as art.
Sampling A New C... [more]
Pow! Wow! Hawaii is one of the first festivals to unite mural culture, music and art. Running over a week, the 5th edition happens next month and brings together major names from the graffiti and street art field to transform the tropical island with all new walls and a series of special events.
We'll be sending out insider tips from co-director Kamea Hadar, an exclusive interview with the mighty Saber - plus a closer look at this year's participating artists including Roa, T... [more]
Field Projects is pleased to announce our 2015 Winter Open Call curated by Olivia Smith, Director of Exhibition A. Emerging and mid-career artists are invited to submit their work for consideration in our March 2015 exhibition. All of the submissions we receive will be considered not only for Show #25, but also for future exhibitions at Field Projects and a coinciding online exhibition to Show #25.
Field Projects is an NYC-based project space located in the heart of Chelsea's gallery district.... [more]
$20,000 in Cash and Exhibition Awards
Click ##mm_mypage_link(:contests, 'enter Showcase')## to the right of your ArtSlant profile. Don't have one? Create your free profile today!
Just $3 enters one of your works into our site-wide competition. You can enter multiple works if you like.
Round 1 of the Showcase is open for submissions from 1/27/15 - 2/10/15
If your work is selected, you become a Showcase Winner and enter Premium Placement ($20). This ad... [more]
NURTUREart is now accepting proposals from both Artists and Curators for the 2015/16 season.
Deadline: March 25, 2015 at midnight
Emerging artists wishing to present new ideas and projects in the context of a gallery space and emerging independent curators committed to developing their professional practice are invited to submit exhibition proposals for the 2015/2016 season. Please look carefully at the application packages on our website (http://nurtureart.org/?page_id=341), as the rules have changed th... [more]