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Квартет И о современном искусстве  
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10/5/14 Posted 10/5/14

I've been to New-York, Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, on the fifth floor they had contemporary art exhibition.Firts thing thing i saw there was a painting with some kind of yellow parallelepiped on it. On description it said yellow parallelepiped.I thought to myself: "Well, actually 100 years ago Malevich drew something like that already. This theme has been done."Next exibit was some rubbish surrounded by a rope and signed: "pile of junk."After this i was able to guess names of exibits easily.Fu... [more]

CRISTINA OTERO  
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10/5/14 Posted 10/5/14

damn make-up. "I swear there is NO editing here! (well, I won't lie, I cut the image to make it square).I was preparing myself for a photoshoot, and after I painted one eye and put one of the contact lenses, I was like, 'woah, makes a difference'. Had never really realized until now. Pale perfect skin, blue feline eye, big lips. And then freckled face, brown eye, no eyelashes.Bam, cleaned my right side and took a picture. Sweet.Just look at what make-up can do.Me gusta." And my god, when I s... [more]

Ruins Porn: The Art of Urban Decay  
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10/5/14 Posted 10/14/14

When Matthew Christopher said "ruins porn" at his recent "Abandoned America: The Age of Consequences" Preservation Austin talk, sponsored by Suzanne Deal Booth, I was so guilty of it I blushed. I've had a penchant for the urban decay aesthetic for as long as I can recall. Fortunately I live downtown in a city that is constantly undergoing major construction and rapid population growth, so decomposing eye candy is part of my daily environment. Above is a snapshot I took of broken windows in my... [more]

(10) Painting Process - adding final detail  
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10/4/14 Posted 10/4/14

Painted detail is now added such eyes and hair before the glazing process can begin. [more]

THANK YOU KATE FOR ART FEATURE on...  
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10/4/14 Posted 10/4/14

THANK YOU KATE FOR DISCOVERING my work online and featuring it. Upon investigation, Ula’s delicate textiles and works on paper are completely captivating. Many she calls, “drawings with fire.” http://pokate.com/2014/05/06/ula-einstein-burned-cut-paper/ [more]

IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW W/ ARTBOOK GUY - 100 hottest artists to watch  
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10/4/14 Posted 10/4/14

"Ula (oolah) Einstein is a New York City-based artist who is remarkably in tune with her process I would say she does a better job at describing her work and inspirations than many artists I’ve interviewed to date. From the humble to the sublime...." http://artbookguy.com/ula-einstein-ordinary-meets-sacred_758.html ‎ [more]

EXHIBITION of BRUCE (Bruce de Jaham) at ESPLANADE DES INVALIDES in PARIS  
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10/2/14 Posted 9/25/14

ATELIER TERMINAL GALLERY - Anne-Sophie de Verchère present ESPOIR de BRUCE (Bruce de Jaham) [more]

Art in the USA  
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10/2/14 Posted 10/2/14

SO - some have said I should stop over-dramatizing the hardships of being an artist in the USA. Saying that my art is a terrorist threat to the thugs in the government - that's taking it too far. Is it an overdramatization? I wish. Here's a picture of a wax piece I travelled with today, arriving in the USA to have it cast in Arizona. Before and after: Very strong work, took several months to craft from a solid block of styrofoam, then coat with beeswax and surface for casting, without break... [more]

世界近代艺术史53 陈源初著  
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10/2/14 Posted 10/2/14

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The Passionate Change Leader: Valuable Business Management Skills  
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10/2/14 Posted 10/2/14

Change management focuses on the changes that worker of the organization face during a business-related changeover. A change management project plan is essential. Without a plan to help staff transition for their new roles, workers will feel confused and unprepared, and also the overall business probably might be affected. [more]

Centered on the center in the OC weekly  
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10/1/14 Posted 10/1/14

Rise, Proletariats! Or, in some cases at the H.B. Art Center, please stay seated A A AComments (0)By GREG STACY Thursday, Jan 31 2008 For the first few minutes after I walked into "Centered on the Center," the new show at theHuntington Beach Art Center, I thought it was a pathetic mess. The Center has a well-earned rep for being eclectic and fun and edgy, but a lot of this stuff was just plain bad. There were paintings that for all the world looked like cries for h... [more]

Centered on the center in the OC weekly  
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10/1/14 Posted 10/1/14

Rise, Proletariats! Or, in some cases at the H.B. Art Center, please stay seated A A AComments (0)By GREG STACY Thursday, Jan 31 2008 For the first few minutes after I walked into "Centered on the Center," the new show at theHuntington Beach Art Center, I thought it was a pathetic mess. The Center has a well-earned rep for being eclectic and fun and edgy, but a lot of this stuff was just plain bad. There were paintings that for all the world looked like cries for h... [more]

Gregg Chadwick's News and Events  
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10/1/14 Posted 10/1/14

1. Gregg Chadwick 's painting "To Catch A Thief" has been selected by Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason, the husband-and-wife team behind the lifestyle brand AphroChic, to hang in the special Helms Bakery Pop-up Home October 10 – 12, 2014 in Culver City. Details at: http://aphrochic.com/2014/08/29/save-the-date-the-aphrochic-pop-up-house-at-helms-bakery/ Gregg Chadwick "To Catch A Thief' 10"x10" oil on panel 2014 2. Gregg Chadwick will have artwork in the Art Unified booth at Worldwide Art Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Convention Center from October16-19, 2014. More at: https://worldwideartla.c... [more]

Video Bingo review by Steve Harvey  
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10/1/14 Posted 10/1/14

Some Criminals in Huntington Beach Must Be Big Fans of Salty Snacks October 16, 2001|Steve Harvey Thieves took some unlabeled boxes from a charity fund-raiser in Huntington Beach, and they got just what a couple of guys with twisted minds deserved: 40 bags of pretzels. Letter imperfect: Brian Whyte of Granada Hills spotted an herbal extract ad containing spelling that called into question the product's claim (see accompanying). Food with some bite? It's amazing how some b... [more]

Steve Harvey reviews Video Bingo at smog dance in Pomona  
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10/1/14 Posted 10/1/14

Some Criminals in Huntington Beach Must Be Big Fans of Salty Snacks October 16, 2001|Steve Harvey Thieves took some unlabeled boxes from a charity fund-raiser in Huntington Beach, and they got just what a couple of guys with twisted minds deserved: 40 bags of pretzels. Letter imperfect: Brian Whyte of Granada Hills spotted an herbal extract ad containing spelling that called into question the product's claim (see accompanying). Food with some bite? It's amazing how some bakers can fashion loaves into all sorts of shapes, as Carol Orendy of Chatsworth discovered (see accompanying). D... [more]

Effectively Ineffective: Matthew Barney’s Drawing Restraint at the Art Gallery of Ontario  
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9/30/14 Posted 9/30/14

http://www.artslant.com/trn/articles/show/40774 [more]


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