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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]

STAINED-GLASS WINDOWS  
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3/5/19 Posted 3/5/09

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Made-Up with Danny Volk: S1E8 with Pope.L   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Posted 3/27/15

Danny Volk talks to artists in their studios about life and art—while they do his make-up. This concept was a new one for us, and, unsurprisingly, it produces some unique moments: see artists like Theaster Gates, Pope.L, and Jessica Stockholder working in their studios as you've never seen them before. Revisit Season 1 as we anticipate the all-new Made-Up Season 2, to be released this Spring on ArtSlant. This week: Pope.L puts on his best Dick Cheney face to do Danny's make up. Expect gr... [more]

Call For Art: Cleveland Print Room's Juried Summer Show  
Posted 3/27/15

2015 Cleveland Print RoomJuried Exhibition: THE PEER SHOW.DEADLINE: MAY 16, 2015 The Cleveland Print Room is seeking photographic submissions for our first juried exhibition, June 12 - July 11to be judged by Barbara TannenbaumCurator of Photography, Cleveland Museum of Art The Cleveland Print Room invites members and non-members to submit artwork for our 2015 juried exhibition, The Peer Show. This is a unique opportunity for photographic artists to exhibit their work and receive substanti... [more]

Excerpts from book manuscript Studies in Enchantment  
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3/27/15 Posted 3/27/15

On Everyday Enchantment Enchantment. A spell wrapped in a noun. Three syllables. One state of being. To live with Enchantment is to see beyond the brick and mortar that make up your home and into the magic infused within its frame. It is to peel back the layers of your day to day and search for that elusive energy that winds its way up your spine and outward into your life. To learn from Enchantment is to listen to Coyote's call when he plays his tricks. He is a messenger really—t... [more]

美国艺术场馆建设5年投入160亿美元,中国呢?  
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3/27/15 Posted 3/27/15

美国艺术场馆建设5年投入160亿美元,中国呢? 近年来,美国境内一大批艺术机构纷纷新建、扩建其场馆建筑,从博物馆、演艺中心到乡村艺术俱乐部,盲目跟风的现象不在少数,另外,野心勃勃的信托商、自私的建筑师、不切实际的财务预算也对新建、扩建场馆起到了推波助澜的作用。据芝加哥大学文化政策研究中心最近一项调研报告显示,在2004年至2008年期间,各类艺术机构用于艺术场馆建设的资金高达约160亿美元。该报告针对全美500多家艺术机构的700多个艺术场馆建设项目进行调查后发现,这些场馆建设项目的经费从400万美元到3亿美元不等,费用排名前三的地区是纽约、洛杉矶、芝加哥。芝加哥艺术学院的投资项目是此次调研中经费最高的项目。调研报告指出,该学院投资3亿美元新建展馆,每年需要为展馆支出400万美元的运营费,为扩大募款规模,还将耗费870万美元用于募款基金的筹办和运营。巨额的建设和运营成本使得工程进展一直不顺利。2009年3月,展馆配楼建设完工时,参与此项目的工作人员人数一度达到顶峰。然而,由于该学院的财政预算无法满足高额的支出,随后不得不推出停工放假、拖欠工资、两轮裁员等资金削减政策。芝加哥大学文化政策研究中心的一名研究员提到,出现此类问题是因为这些机构分不清楚“想要”和“需要”的区别。很多项目建设的必要性和可行性受到报告专家组质疑:是否真的需要建设这个场馆?能否支付得起巨额的建设费用?庞大的后续运营开支如何解决?长期担任艺术管理顾问、该报告的顾问之一的杜肯·韦伯一针见血地指出:“应停止启动那些不具备资金可持续性的项目。” 报告同时指出,建筑师对泛滥的艺术场馆项目也难辞其咎,因为他们可以从中获利。他们会说:“项目是为你而建。”但其实,项目是为他们自己而建。每一个建成的场馆,都会成为建筑师个人事业成就的见证,可以拍照入册宣传并写入个人简历。此外,研究报告根据成功经验提出建议,供艺术机构、政府机构和赞助方参考。那些运营成功的艺术场馆往往具备以下特征:艺术定位清晰明确、监管严格、建设费用有节制、建成后有收入进账。目前,由于前车之鉴和经济衰退等原因,盲目新建场馆的趋势得到初步遏制,很多艺术机构开始倾向于改造已有的旧建筑。 在中国,从上个世纪90年代中期地产商介入美 术馆建设开始,诸多地产商投入到创办美术馆的大潮中来,其中不乏泰达、万达等地产巨头。在某种程度上,民营美术馆是伴随着地产行业的兴盛而逐渐兴起,并在 近几年形成一个新兴词汇“艺术地产”。据不完全统计,中国的民营美术馆中,有近七成为地产商出资。一场民营美术馆运动正在兴起,富有的地产企业及地产商本人成为这场运动背后最大的推手。不过伴随着兴盛,地产介入美术馆运动也充满争议。一个不争的事实是,迄今为止,在中国三线城市建造大型美术馆和艺术主题公园,几乎没有成功的先例,这些项目多是昙花一现,而借艺术... [more]

Art or Not?  
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3/27/15 Posted 3/27/15

Art or Not? Do you ever get the feeling when you enter a gallery, that you just don't get it? Sometimes it seems that the art world is a big ruse, making the most of that fear of the equivocal. Every week, we invite you to turn your ironic eye on art and identify the accidental imposter of the two images below—you might be surprised. This week, abstract stains: which of the below is a work by a world famous artist? #1 ...one of the pioneers of the post-Abstraction-Creation movement i... [more]

Call for Art: "The Art of Rebirth & Renewal" Exhibeo Art Competition - Deadline April 27 2015  
Posted 3/27/15

Exhibeo Art Magazine invites you to submit your art to "The Art of Rebirth & Renewal" Awards and Cash Prizes Cash Prizes (1st place $300, 2nd place $200, 3rd place $100 USD) awarded approximately 1 week after winners are notified. 1st Place winner awarded a full spread interview with Exhibeo Art Magazine, 2nd and 3rd place awarded extended reviews (700-1000 words + art photos), 3 Honorable Mentions awarded reviews (500 words + art photos) published in the June 2015 edition of Exhibeo Art Ma... [more]

CALL FOR ART: EDGES & CURVES 4 This event is open to any artist 40 years and older.  
Posted 3/27/15

Challenging the myth that cutting edge art is created only by young artists, The Haggus Society presents Edges & Curves 4.This event is open to any artist 40 years and older. Media limited to:2D (no larger than 32″ x 44 inches)Small 3D (no larger than 14″ x 10″ x 8″inches)6 images per submission, includes detail imagesFile size:
300 ppi resolution2400 x 3000 pixels in either directionFiles smaller than 300 ppi will be rejectedPlease name image files accordingly:Lastname_ImageNumber.... [more]

Seeking: Director of the Paintings Gallery and the Graphic Collection  
Posted 3/27/15

Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Photo: Lisa Rastl. Term: 2015–2021Start date: 1 October 2015Application deadline: 22 May 2015Academy of Fine Arts ViennaSchillerplatz 31010 Viennawww.akbild.ac.at The Paintings Gallery, one of the three most significant international Old Masters collections in Vienna, in situated within the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, with about 1,600 paintings. Highlights of the collection include the Dutch Masters, such as Hieronymus Bosch's triptych The Last Judgement; the old German Masters with major works from Lucas Cranach the Elder; Flemish paintings from Jacob Jordaens, Pe... [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]

Chapter from Part I of a Novel  
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3/27/15 Posted 3/27/15

What follows is the first chapter of a novel I've been working on for over several months. Many of my novel's chapters have been submitted to MFA fiction workshops at The New School in New York City. The story of my novel takes place nearly 75 years past our present time. The chapter below is about one of my main characters, a painter from post apocalyptic Paris in the year 2101. It is important to note that this character lives in an asylum, which is located in the country of Aurora (post apo... [more]

Centre Pompidou Acquires Michael Zelehoski´s Open House  
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3/27/15 Posted 3/27/15

Mike Weiss Gallery is pleased to announce that Musée National d'Art Moderne - Centre Pompidou has added Michael Zelehoski's Open House to its permanent collection. With his upcoming show New Order opening on May 7th at Mike Weiss Gallery, this news could not have come at a more exciting time. Zelehoski starts wi... [more]

PLATFORM: Issue One of Our New Inbox Magazine  
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3/26/15 Posted 3/23/15

PLATFORM Theodore Darst, Untitled, 2015. Animated gif. Table of Contents: Welcome to Editions | Andrea Alessi The Internet as a Platform for Art Criticism, and Dildos | Char Jansen Mario Rising: Imagery, Identity, and Myth in an 8-bit Classic | Guy Parker The Sphinx of Waikiki | Gan Uyeda Do It Anyway: Platforms of Perseverance in San Francisco | Leora Lutz Performing Tables | Caroline Picard Welcome to Editions We don’t have websites,... [more]

Art or Not?  
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3/26/15 Posted 3/26/15

The real artwork is number two. The real artwork is Composition with White Square, a lithograph by Antoni Tàpies (1964). If you like it, it is on sale at $4,000 at Spaightwood Galleries. The fake is coffee stains courtesy of Pekka Nikrus. Return to this week's Art or Not [more]

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3/26/15 Posted 3/26/15

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