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Drug Addiction Treatment for the Youth  
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9/10/14 Posted 9/10/14

You say people are worse, but learned men say their habits are worst. Certainly, you are living in an age surrounded by many bad habits. Each of these does have a deep negative impact on our lives. You would find cases of drug addiction in college campuses. Sometimes these types of incidents surely make everyone’s heart weep, but ask of time doesn’t need that. Look for drug addiction treatment service as soon as you find anyone with this problem, doesn’t only need to be your ow... [more]

Steven Miller: The Science of Art  
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9/10/14 Posted 9/10/14

http://www.adornomag.com/Articles/2014-07-23-Steven-Miller-The-Science-of-Art?utm_source=Adorno+Magazine+Members&utm_campaign=15ea7b39d8-First_Issue_Blast_advertiser_list9_1_2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_76a75b066f-15ea7b39d8-44098277 [more]

Athens Street Art  
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9/9/14 Posted 9/9/14

In Greece, you can see the acronym A.C.A.B. written along with the graffiti dating from 2008, the beginning of the riots against the violent behaviour that resulted in the death of a teenager at the hands of a police officer. "All Cops Are Bastards" is a common hymn in the anarchist-friendly neighbourhood of Exarcheia in central Athens which, incidentally, is the last place you can expect to see any; it's a commonly held belief that Exarcheia is a "no-go" zone for police - and you really can't wond... [more]

Mihail Chemiakin, Sergey Konstantinov. Arttitud San Francisco.  
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9/8/14 Posted 9/8/14

Painting. Mihail Chemiakin, Sergey Konstantinov. Arttitud San Francisco. Painting. Mihail Chemiakin, Sergey Konstantinov. Arttitud San Francisco. Painting. Mihail Chemiakin, Sergey Konstantinov. Arttitud San Francisco. [more]

Why An Individual Needs Alcohol Addiction Treatment?  
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9/8/14 Posted 9/8/14

Addiction of alcohol is the biggest problem in these days. Though it creates physical problem for the addict, it also affects the personal life of the individual. The persons who are deeply addicted towards it will also face some kind of major disease like cancer and failure of liver in later on stage. So, to reduce the chance of facing these dangerous and life taking disease, alcohol addiction treatment is necessary as soon as possible. These days there are lots of private clinic and hospitals wh... [more]

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9/8/14 Posted 9/8/14

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CARBONI ACCESI Poema visuale dedicato a G. A. Cavellini  
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9/7/14 Posted 9/11/14

“Carboni accesi” (Poema visuale dedicato a Guglielmo Achille Cavellini in occasione del Centenario del 2014) Muri caduti, arie sottili aleggiano vivide nel buio cupo della notte, inseguono curiose primavere andate prima di svanire all’improvviso. Ho attraversato labirinti oscuri che non mi fanno più dormire. Solo i ricordi non hanno peso. Camminare a passi stretti, cerco invano tracce di senso da dare alla mia esistenza, mi trascino i m... [more]

An Exerpt  
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9/6/14 Posted 9/6/14

Here are two poems from my poetry chapbook on Van Gogh (enjoy!): SELF-PORTRAIT WITH BANDAGED EARAND PIPE When the ear he had laid to resrefused to go back on, the hand caught holding the brush continued to paint all afternoon:to give the best it could its full attentionto what might come next. If I had to give it a name, the portrait's particular shade of red, I'd say it was diminishing-- that is to sa less of the manthan of the canvas beneath him; which is only to say much moreo... [more]

AOK takes on the world!  
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9/5/14 Posted 9/5/14

Hello Everyone! I'm really glad to be joining the ArtSlant community after being a long time follower of their site and the many great artists that are represented here! The last month has been pretty awesome considering I've seen a ton of great things develop in my little art world all in a short period of time. First of all, I started a new job at an arts university and have signed up to take a few extra classes. Needless to say, being able to pay the bills and rent on time in SF is a hu... [more]

Individual Portfolios: Contents  
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9/5/14 Posted 9/5/14

Individual Portfolios: Contents Matthew Contos Art About the Artist Alchemy of All Things: A memorial for the living Everything Must Go: Emotional Commodity Exchange Liberators Alexander Aston Writing Samples About the Artist Flame of the Red Flag: Introduction to Masters Thesis Do Your Catch a Fire? Mamba [more]

123: A Public Transportation Vehicle and a Sociological Experiment  
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9/5/14 Posted 9/5/14

“123 Kartal-Beşiktaş” is the name for the bus line which ended its 30-year adventure upon being cancelled in 2005. As a result of its route, it was a bus line frequented by middle class Istanbulites such as students, workers, bankers, teachers. According to the theories of the sociologist Jürgen Habermas, IETT bus corresponds to the “Sociability” model. Intercommunication within the bus is both existent and non-existent. Travellers establish a dialogue or make an eye... [more]

From the Outside, Looking In: Voyeurism in Graffiti & Street Art Culture  
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9/5/14 Posted 9/5/14

Growing up in an urban metropolis such as New York City, street art and graffiti had always been an inescapable part of everyday life. Catching a glimpse of Chinatown’s rooftops during a morning commute over the Manhattan bridge, driving along the narrow streets of the city’s Lower East Side, passing by 5Pointz in its glory — it was never difficult to find traces of the local artists’ reclamation of public space once one opened their eyes to it. The distance, both literally and figurati... [more]

My Favorite Sculptures at Institut für Klassische Archäologie, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz  
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9/5/14 Posted 9/13/14

As I reported shortly after my trip to Graz in 2012, I was delighted by my visit to Institut für Klassische Archäologie at Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, for its collections of many classical Roman and Greek marble sculptures and reliefs. According to the university, "the Institute is home to significant archaeological collections of ancient vases of Greece, objects from local sites as well as casts of ancient sculptures." There were many beautiful sculptures to admire, many... [more]

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9/4/14 Posted 9/4/14

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Gorgeous Fetish at the Asian Art Museum  
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9/4/14 Posted 9/4/14

The other night I went to an event that combines a few of my favorite things: floral design, performance art, dance, and sex. The SF Asian Art Museum showcased the event, Evoco, performed by artists Midori, Lady Samar, and Three. This is what happened – oh yeah, and it’s all going on with intense trance music, spun by DJ Rock in the background: -Three and Lady Samar are positioned on a low stage, which is covered in flowers, in the center of a pretty big room with high ceiling... [more]

Does an Event Photographer in London Work within a Set of Rules?  
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9/3/14 Posted 9/3/14

Most of us think that event photography is quite an easy job and is done with a specific set of restrictions. It is true that an event photographer London works within a set of predefined rules. This is predicted because almost all the photographers click a predictable set of photographs. But to click the predicted set of photographs in the event, you have to be very much skilled to carve out lively meaning from the photographs. There is lots of reason for hiring an event photographer, but there is... [more]


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