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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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西方现代艺术理论大师 克莱门特·格林伯格  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

西方现代艺术理论大师 克莱门特·格林伯格 克莱门特·格林伯格(Clement Greenberg, 1909-1994)是20世 纪下半叶美国最重要的艺术批评家,也许是该时期整个西方最重要的艺术批评家之一。由于他的主要观点代表了现代主义艺术理论的法典化,他便成了现代主义与后 现代主义的分水岭。几乎所有同情或支持现代主义的人都为他辩护,与此同时,几乎所有的后现代主义者都首先将批评的矛头指向他。格林伯格著有《艺术与文 化》、《朴素的美学》、《格林伯格艺术批评文集》(1-4卷)等。格林伯格是美国“抽象表现主义”的主要发言人,正是他,使得波洛克(Pollock)、罗斯科(Rothko)等美国本土或移民画家的名声登上了世界舞台。格林伯格生于纽约城的布隆克斯(the Bronx),是家里三弟兄中的老大,父亲是一个杂货店老板。40年代是格林伯格最活跃的时期。从1940年到1942年,他是《党派评论》(PartisanReview)编辑。在42年至49年间,他定期为《国家》(Nation)杂志撰写艺评。他被说成是美国“抽象表现主义”的主要发言人,正是他,使得波洛克(Pollock)、罗斯科(Rothko)等美国本土或移 民画家的名声登上了世界舞台。 ... [more]

杰出的艺术批评家-列奥·施坦伯格  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

杰出的艺术批评家-列奥·施坦伯格 列奥·施坦伯格Leo Steinberg,(美国,1920-)是宾夕法尼亚大学本杰明·富 莱克林讲席教授,著名文艺复兴艺术史专家,也是最杰出的艺术批评家之一。著有《文艺复兴艺术及现代健忘中的基督的性征》、《米开朗琪罗最后的油画》、《莱 奥纳多永远的最后晚餐》、《遭遇劳森伯格》、《另类准则》等。施坦伯格主要是作为一个文艺复兴艺术的研究专家,来介入当代艺术的批评的。他的基本路径是由 伟大的艺术史家潘诺夫斯基(Panofsky)所开创的图像学方法。尽管他对文艺复兴及其后的西方绘画中有关基督性征的图像学研究,激起了争议,但他的影响力从以下事实可见一斑:1983年夏,美国当代最著名的艺术期刊之一《十月》(October)用了整整一期的篇幅,来讨论他的著作《文艺复兴艺术及现代健忘中的基督的性征》。这一背景有助于我们理解,图像学是如何正好构成作为美国50、60年代主流艺术史与艺术批评模式的形式主义的对立面的。《另类准则》一文是施坦伯格批评思想的纲领,后来成为同名批评文集的书名(牛津大学出版社,1972年初版;芝加哥大学出版社,2007年新版)。该文在简短的序言后,分为8个部分。但从其... [more]

Khaled Jarrar Paints a Rainbow: The West Bank Mural That Spurred a Fierce Debate About Oppression   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Posted 7/3/15

In response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of marriage equality, Ramallah-based artist Khaled Jarrar wittingly spurred a cultural debate in the West Bank when in open daylight hours on Monday he painted a rainbow on a section of the wall in the West Bank near the congested Qalandiya checkpoint. Almost instantly, the other pervasive wall in Jarrar’s life, his Facebook page, became a tangled bramble of death threats, pledges of solidarity, and heated discussion. The mural, which Jarrar... [more]

dibyendudeydibyendu.blogspot.in  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

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Vienna 2015—Curators’ research residency programme  
Posted 7/3/15

Courtesy BLOCKFREI. Application deadline: 1 August, 2015Duration: 23 September–31 October, 2015www.blockfrei.org Want to gain first-hand curatorial practice in one of the most vibrant art hubs in Europe? Searching to improve your professional skills in curating in a highly international setting? Motivated to connect with notable agents of the contemporary art scene... [more]

Call for applications: ARTWARD 2015 Prize for young talents in art.  
Posted 7/3/15

www.artward.de/en/ Pictures are used by the courtesy of Maria José Ambrois (The Earth that hangs, 2014). All rights reserved. The ARTWARD is an international art competition awarded by strategy agency ICAA since 2010. It is currently awarded for the 8th time. The prize is focused on young talents in art. The prize money, as well as the artist-in-residence program offers artists the opportunity to implement new projects. The following scholarships will be announced: -... [more]

Under the Radar: Tina Tahir | Adam de Neige | Inga Loyeva  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

Under the Radar ArtSlant is an open Arts community with over 200,000 free, user-generated artist profiles. The support of our community is an essential part of our mission — from our magazine to our residency and prize. Every week our editors select the best artist profiles from under the radar. Tina Tahir — Chicago, IL Adam de Neige — Vienna, Austria Inga Loyeva — London, UK / San Francisco, CA ... [more]

Durex Pope   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Posted 7/3/15

How do you like your Eggs? Controversial. This may be the answer the Milwaukee Art Museum would give after its recent acquisition of Eggs Benedict by Nicki Johnson. Although, rather than a lush scooping of hollandaise drizzled over ham hock, this dish consists entirely of a portrait of Pope Benedict XVI made from 17,000 coloured condoms. Many Catholics, not being the biggest fans of responsible spunk containment, have thrown in that extra delicious garnish — controversy. Even possibly going for... [more]

Art or Not?  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

The answer is #2! The real artwork is by Edwin van der Heide, snapped in Amsterdam by Editor Andrea Alessi. The imposter is via http://beadreamreleaser.com/tag/surrender/ [more]

Art or Not?  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

Art or Not? When we're doing our weekly rounds of the world's galleries and musuems, we sometimes find ourselves baffled. The press release and the art work often don't seem to add up. And what about those fleeting encounters with the natural beauty that surrounds us, the perfect poetry of a passing moment? Every week, we ask our readers to have some fun with us and tell us, what is art, and what is not? This week, it's a foggy question. #1 A graduate of the Royal College of Art, London, the artis... [more]

Learning From Athens: How Can Documenta 14 Respond to the Greek Crisis?  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

It be one of the most turbulent weeks in the modern history of Greece, as the nation's position within the EU will be redefined at a referendum today. Last week’s effort to prevent a default collapsed yet again, with talks dragging into the very last minute, setting the scene for the non-compliance on IMF payment deadlines and the equally feared and desired "Grexit”. On Monday last week, all of Greece’s banks remained shut, and now capital controls have been imposed and the resul... [more]

Paris Locks  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

Romantic hopefuls looking to express their love with a padlock on Les Pont des Arts in Paris will now need to find an alternative somewhere else: After the bridge began to suffer from the quantity of metal locks, officials decided to remove the symbolic locks and transform the space. The reactions surrounding the municipal action have generated a more general conversation about public space, and civil expression. Kim Willsher writes in The Guardian that the act of placing the locks on the bridge i... [more]

London Turns Tropical: Radamés ‘Juni’ Figueroa at Edel Assanti  
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7/3/15 Posted 7/3/15

With record high temperatures in London at present, the city is suddenly awash with the tropical—denim hot pants, turquoise, fluorescent pink, bright yellow. Even the conservative dresser is using this rare heatwave as an occassion to adorn brightly coloured prints—the aesthetic of the tropics seems to seep out of Topshop into virtually every café and bar with an outdoor suntrap. Yet little thought is given to where this aesthetic trend originates from—the formal, social, co... [more]

The Tour de France: The Art of Le Grand Départ   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Posted 7/2/15

The small Dutch city of Utrecht is receiving worldwide attention this weekend as its charming canals and cobbled corridors play host to Le Grand Départ: the launch of the Tour de France, which hits the road on Saturday. As with any major sporting event, the rights to host Le Grand Départ are as much rights to major commercial and tourism opportunities as they are to the Majesty of Sport. Naturally, Tour merch abounds and nearly every shop in town has a decorated Peugeot racer, sleek... [more]


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