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]
We run an online magazine, so of course, we're interested in what's happening with art on the web. We invited online gallerist, founder, and curator of Digital Sweat Gallery, Christian Petersen, to write a bi-monthly column for us. Every other Wednesday he'll be selecting a Web Artist of the Week. This week Petersen profiles Faith Holland, who has curated a selection of her work for ArtSlant.
New York-based Faith Holland only started making work within the medium about five years ago, but has quickl... [more]
3D Exterior RenderingThe cartilage becomes one among the essential elements within the home wherever the members will pay some nice time with the attractive landscaping style. Hence, it necessary to rent the economical one that will develop the innovative style that may provide the cartilage a brand new look. 3D Visualization Services It even maintains an honest ambiance for the abode that's being very enjoyed by all the members staying there.Due to the in depth advancement of arts and technology new... [more]
The Object of Guns and the Subject of Violence: The American Gun (Art) Show by Leora Lutz Unicode 6.0, Morehshin Allahyari, David Bowen, Micha Cárdenas, Caroline Covington, Joseph DeLappe, Christopher Elliman, Nancy Floyd, Philip Bronson Gann, Vadim Gershman, Tal & Omer Golan, Christopher Head, Charles Krafft, Linda Lighton, Julie Meridian, Joe Miller, Nick Montfort, Lydia Moyer, OMTA, Barbosa Prince, Asa Scheibe, Marnika Shelton, brett stalbaum, Annie Wan, Daniel Wechsler, Cody Wilson, Henry Witecki, Nine Yamamoto-Masson, minoosh zomorodinia at Works/San Jose
October 2nd, 2015 - November 15th, 2015
A report published in September 2015 on 247 Wall Street stated that Oakland is the third most dangerous city in the United States, following Memphis and Detroit. The Bay Area in general, from the East Bay to the South Bay, is plagued with violence, though the entire nation could use an attitude adjustment—particularly when it comes to gun violence. I live in Oakland, and as can be expected when someone’s town or city is wracked with hostile incidents, there is a tendency to localize fe... [more]
At 6:50 pm on opening night, a ladder is still out in the middle of the gallery floor. Frederick Guerrero stands nearby, co-founder of Slow Culture and co-organizer of the finale show at its current Highland Park spot, set to begin at his space in less than ten minutes: What A Time To Be Alive.
Atop the ladder sits Adi Rajkovic of Sunday gallery, who is busy helping to align a piece with floral lettering that will soon spell the phrase “SAY HER NAME,” as others around her either tidy up or ska... [more]
New York-based Carla Gannis’ reputation as an dynamic force in international New Media art was sealed with her 2014 piece The Garden of Emoji Delights. It is one of the few pieces of work of this kind that has has universal appeal beyond the rarefied borders of the Net Art scene. Gannis embraces all of the familiar themes of the discipline, but also avoids its many tired aesthetic clichés. She produces work that is instantly recognizable as her own—the mark of a truly special... [more]
Art Los Angeles Contemporary opens this week—arguably the West Coast's key commercial event for the year, especially for local galleries who feature heavily in the line-up. Looking at artwork in an art fair can be a bit like viewing art on the internet: the structure often strips work of its full effect. To remedy the fatigue of serial image consumption—and give more credit to the artists, looking past their works' obvious marketability and apparent aesthetic trends—we're giving you so... [more]
Well, we all dream for own house. But, what if that dream comes true and you can actually visualize it before even planning to turn that into real. Isn’t it unbelievable?
At Yantram, we design your dreams and turn your imagination into reality using the Virtual Reality Application. This spellbind software allows you to take a glimpse of your dream house or property, feel the interior, touch the floorings, look out from windows and gallery to garden within a friction of time and this is what th... [more]
Art Los Angeles Contemporary opens this week—arguably the West Coast's key commercial event for the year, especially for local galleries who feature heavily in the line-up. We realized recently when discussing the way fairs are set up, that, a bit like viewing art on the internet, the structure often strips work of its full purpose. To remedy the fatigue of serial image consumption—and give more credit to the artists, looking past the obvious marketability and the apparent aesthetic... [more]
Forced migration is an ugly concept. It ignites scenes of despondent, displaced refugees; of genocide; of family members being killed simply for their political ideology.
This piece, 'Slave Ship,' was created by David Settino Scott in San Miguel, in memory of James Bird Jr.
PHOTO COURTESEY OF STUDIOS ON THE PARK
It clashes a bit harshly with the shiny idea of the immigrant who willingly sets out on hi... [more]
Polish native V5MT (aka Małgosia Woźnica) is one of the most beloved GIF artists working today. She creates work that resonates strongly with both the international new media community and the Tumblr generation of kids hungry for cool things to post on social media. Her art certainly feels like part of the net art zeitgeist, but is elevated above the pack by her flawless technical skills coupled with a wonderfully anarchic aesthetic identity. The name V5MT itself reflects the universal appeal of... [more]
Check out the art and culture magazine based in York, UK, Aesthetica Magazine - "Issue.68 December/January 2016" including my directory in one of their regular sections - "The Aesthetica Photographers' Directory" of this printed magazine.
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The perfect gift for any art lover, Aesthetica is an invaluable guide to key artists and current exhibitions with stunning visuals and... [more]
My upcoming exhibit in 2016: "Artexpo New York (April 14-17)" at Pier 94, NYC. Check out one of a lot of of wonderful exhibitor's booths - "ART PLATFORM NYC" including my featured works by them! http://artplatformnyc.com/category/featured-platform/http://artplatformnyc.com/2015/08/10/osamu-jinguji/
Artexpo New York 2015 Highlights
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Each year thousands of art industry insiders flock to Artexpo New York in search of the art... [more]
Here is my newest article dated Jan-12 with interview by Aesthetica Magazine (York, UK). http://aestheti.cc/g4tgf
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"Japanese photographer Osamu Jinguji discusses his arresting black and white street photography, and the many career changes that lead him to his current practice. Jinguji expresses fundamental human emotions and philosophical ideas through his work, which focuses on themes of discovery and spontaneity." [more]
Where’s Art invites Danish writer and art critic Troels Laursen to introduce the work of digital artist Ole Tersløse.
Hiding Child, computer constructed image, lambda print, 91 x 140 cm, 2015
Sweet Child of Mine
Ole Tersløse is originally trained as a painter, but in recent years he primarily has worked with computer-manipulated photography and visualisation in 3D computer programs. Although his works may resemble photographs at first glance, Tersløse never uses photography as the basis fo... [more]
The online gaming world is growing at an impressive rate. There are thousands of games that can be accessed from any given location by game maniacs to make their experiences more rewarding. Apart from serving as exciting leisure activities, online games can be challenging enough to keep the mind working and this sharpens the mind keeping it alert in the process. If you are a game maniac, you might want to consider running a Minecraft server.
Minecraft is a high power game application that is in J... [more]