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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 plasticit... [more]

Group exhibition "The Trip" at Loft 594, Bushwick NY  
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12/13/14 Posted 3/26/14

Group exhibition "The Trip" at Loft 594, Bushwick NY [more]

Ancient Statues Pose for Selfies - Hyperallergic  
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8/20/14 Posted 8/20/14

Selfie-ification of Agesandros and Poloydoros Athendoros, “Laocoon and his Sons” (c.1816), plaster, 240 x 141 x 83cm (image via Imgur) It’s one thing to take a #museumselfie with a work of art, as if to say, “yes, I was here with this artwork” or “yes, here is my reflection in the surface of this piece.” It’s another thing to make Greco-Roman statues look like they were chiseled specifically for selfie-shooting moments. That’s what Redd... [more]

When Depression Strikes - HYPERALLERGIC  
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8/20/14 Posted 8/20/14

Installation view of “Depression” at Francois Ghebaly Gallery. All images by the author for Hyperallergic. LOS ANGELES — It was 4:20pm when I walked into Depression and encountered Andrea Ursuta’s piece “Stoner” (2013). A batting-cage ball-throwing machine creaked on, spun once, and died before it could eject anything from its quarantined-off belly. It is located inside a larger batting cage. There is no entrance. There is no bat to play with. Stones are... [more]

Seeing Past Portland’s Whiteness - HYPERALLERGIC  
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8/20/14 Posted 8/20/14

Still from Julie Perini’s video “The White Lady Diaries” (2013) (image via julieperini.org) LOS ANGELES — In journalism, Betteridge’s law of headlines states that any headline ending in a question mark can be answered with the word “no.” Such is also the case for the Safe & Sound?, a video project by Portland-based artists, activists, and community organizers Julie Perini, Jodi Darby, Erin Yanke, Amelia Cates, and Christopher Hamann. The group’s one-hour documentary considers the relat... [more]

Endurance training for the noncommittal   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Conrad Guevara at City Limits July 19th - August 23rd
Posted 8/18/14

At the heart of the works in No Can Handle is the ethos of endurance. Entering the exhibition is not unlike entering an interpretation of a physical training facility. Equipment-like inventions dangle from the ceiling and perch amidst the gallery space; there is even a painted panel squatting in the crease of a gym mat on the floor. Many of the works, like Bow 4 (2014) have a suggestive tenacity. Bow 4 is a delicately curved wooden pole bending like a “C” around an entire wall, held in plac... [more]

Under Construction  
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8/13/14 Posted 8/13/14

This new page is under construction for a while as I add very old works scanned from slides. I'm also choosing a few for sale and print here at this site, and am minded for catalogues and a new book page deadlines. I'm Trying to get the photography done without too much slowing down. Two peices are going to show early next year in the Bienale Di Palermo in Palermo, Sicily and Florence Italy. I think artists who've been admitted all get an award and there's a competition for a prize. ... [more]

My Favorite Artworks in Schloss Eggenberg, Graz, Austria  
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8/13/14 Posted 8/20/14

Schloss Eggenberg in Graz, Austria is a magnificent Baroque palace and in 2010 was included in the listing of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites. In 2012, when I made a brief stop at Graz, though I was not able to visit the museum housed inside the Schoss, Universalmuseum Joanneum, I was able to tour the building and its lovely garden ground. Though I couldn't go inside many marvelous rooms, I was able to see this wonderful triptych below through the window and though it was medieval in styl... [more]

"Yes!" Art Competition  
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8/9/14 Posted 8/9/14

"Yes!" Art Competition Submission Deadline is August 25th, 11:45 pm There are things in our lives to which we spontaneously respond - "Yes!". However, we also have to learn to say - "Yes" to things that first do not resonate well with us. Maybe there is a purpose for which they come into our lives? Instead of fighting, isn't it better to say "yes!" and embrace the unknown which will help us to reach new heights? We want to see the best "Yes" artworks that you have created, either recently o... [more]

Clouded Points of Access: Phantoms in the Dirt at the Museum of Contemporary Photography   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Jeremy Bolen, Matthew Brandt, Shannon Ebner, Assaf Evron, Anya Gallaccio, Jay Heikes, Joachim Koester, Harold Mendez, Richard Mosse, Eileen Mueller, Arthur Ou, Alison Rossiter, Adam Schreiber/US, Daniel Shea, Greg Stimac, Shane Ward at Museum of Contemporary Photography July 25th - October 5th
Posted 8/9/14

What first reads like an astral constellation is in fact a photograph whose blackness is broken only by the erratic swarm of dead insect bodies. Greg Stimac’s Santa Fe to Billings (2009) documents the choreography of the countless lives his windshield intersected on a drive between locales. The momentum of each smash is evident—guts smear and spray across the surface, recording innumerable tiny accidents. To create this piece, Stimac placed an 8 x 10 inch sheet of Plexiglass on the h... [more]

New Century Artists  
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Barbara Cuthel, Eva Genevieve, Arlene Horton, Israel Maranon, Pablo Perea, Linda Storm at New Century Artists, Inc. August 8th - August 16th
Posted 8/8/14

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My Favorite Artworks in the Mausoleum, Graz, Austria  
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8/7/14 Posted 8/14/14

Graz is an ancient Austrian city, whose Renaissance cityscape is dominated by the complex of Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II and the Dom and the Katharinenkirche (right, left and middle). In 2010, I visited Graz and saw this impressive tomb, a minor St. Peter's, designed by Ferdinand's court artist Giovanni Pietro de Pomis. The interior was both grand and intimate, magnificent and humble. I found the center shrine (above) very impressive, dark and somber, topped with the Emperor's proud... [more]

Younger Americans at Driscoll Babcock   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Leonardo Benzant, Michael Maxwell, Jennifer Packer, Kara Rooney, Luke Whitlatch at Driscoll Babcock June 19th - August 8th
Posted 8/5/14

Driscoll Babcock, which moved to Chelsea two years ago, is something like a stately townhouse in a row of beige suburban mansions. The gallery bills itself as the oldest in New York, and casts itself in a grand tradition of the city’s academic art. You don’t find sly, discreet conceptual gestures, nor massive, high-production-value installations. Instead, the gallery seems to look for untrendy, well-crafted works in a certain American tradition—their roster includes works from the... [more]

Ancient Greek 2007 -113 sculpture  
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8/3/14 Posted 8/3/14

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Art breaks the Ice in Sugar Hill  
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8/2/14 Posted 8/2/14

No Longer Empty's "If You Build It" has been, hands-down, the most exciting visual art event Harlem has experienced in modern history. Taking place at the future home of Broadway Housing Communities' Sugar Hill Apartments, the long-anticipated architectural project has attracted as many admirers as the spectacular art currently nestled inside. Designed by world-class architect, David Adjaye, the building is Broadway Housing's seventh Upper Manhattan housing development. It is the non-profit's... [more]

The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show.  
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8/2/14 Posted 8/2/14

We are thrilled to announce that Aedicule will be returning as an exhibitor to the 2014 Show! Peter Werkhoven is the only European master gilder and frame maker on the West Coast and trained at the historic Dutch firm, Gehring & Heijdenrijk..., in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, under Paul Gehring, a third generation frame maker, mastering the craft of gilding and antique restoration/conservation before relocating to San Francisco. Frame. Aedicule. Peter Werkhoven. Girl With Flower. Artist Sergey K... [more]


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