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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]

The voices of silence  
Pamela Stefanopoulou at Institute Cervantes in Athens 19-25 /2015 October 19th - October 25th
Posted 9/20/15

Pamela Stefanopoulou explores binge eating and its range of interpretations, often characterised by loss of control of the amount of food eaten. In Τhe Voices of Silence the ice cream is repeated and is a representation of the direct relationship with the artist and the way she perceives the world. [more]

Aesthetica Magazine 67  
10/2/15 Posted 10/2/15

Here is the art and culture magazine based in York, UK, "Aesthetica Magazine - Issue.67 October/November 2015" including my directory (P.158, Osamu Jinguji in the newest "Directory" on Aesthetica's website on Oct-1st) in one of their regular sections - "The Aesthetica Artists’ Directory" of this printed/online magazine. Appearing in this Artists’ Directory is a good way to expose and promote my work. The reasons are as follows: The Aesthetica Artists’ Directory is a... [more]

Punk Globe Magazine Interviews Fernando Carpaneda!  
10/1/15 Posted 10/1/15

"Believers" acrylic painting by Fernando Carpaneda "I don't like to be treated special just because I'm an artist. I prefer still drinking "Pabst Blue Ribbon" than drink "Champagne". Money and fame doesn't mean anything to me." Check the interview with Fernando Carpaneda on this link: [more]

Black Womanhood and the Language of the Hand   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Martine Syms at Bridget Donahue September 17th - November 1st
Posted 9/28/15

Martine Syms is a funny woman. This is what I thought as I stood in Bridget Donahue Gallery watching Syms' Notes on Gesture, the short video that anchors the artist's first solo show, Vertical Elevated Oblique. Syms talks to us, her viewers. Or maybe, more specifically, her viewers that are not black women. It's all in the hands. Martine Syms, Installation view of Vertical Elevated Oblique, 2015. © Martine Syms, Courtesy of Bridget Donahue, New York. Photo: Marc Brems Tatti Set to contin... [more]

Shifting Utopias: A 500-Year-Old Book Inspires a Moving Image Biennial   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Andrea Büttner, Jan Fabre, Michael Fliri, Chiara Fumai, Johan Grimonprez, Fabrice Hyber, Rabih Mroué, Ana Prvacki, Michael Rakowitz, Gilad Ratman, A Dog Republic, Albert Serra, Nedko Solakov, Slavs and Tatars, Javier Téllez, Grazia Toderi, Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen, Angel Vergara, Gilberto Zorio at Contour vzw - Mechelen August 29th - November 8th
Posted 9/25/15

In 1515 the English statesman and humanist Thomas More visited the cities of Mechelen and Antwerp—now in present-day Flanders—where he wrote his best-known work, Utopia, a fictional account detailing the social, religious, and political structures of a made-up island in the New World. Five hundred years later, can a Renaissance philosopher’s musings on the political and social foundations of a hypothetical society resonate? Nicola Setari, curator of Contour 7, Mechelen’s Movi... [more]

Fashionistas Take 2 ~ Sher Love Collage  
9/23/15 Posted 9/23/15 [more]

Karl-Francis Allen, Julio Garcia at Downtown Project Miami September 11th - October 11th
Posted 9/16/15


Nationalgalerie Preis Exhibition Focuses on Mediation and Interdisciplinary Practice   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Christian Falsnaes, Florian Hecker, Anne Imhof, Slavs and Tatars at Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart September 11th - January 17th, 2016
Posted 9/14/15

The first edition of Germany’s Preis der Nationalgalerie in 2000 included three of today’s most well known Berlin-based artists: Olafur Eliasson, Katharina Grosse and Christian Jankowski. Strangely, the fourth nominee and that year’s winner, Dirk Skreber, has had less shows since 2000 than the four nominees for the 2015 Preis der Nationalgalerie. Museum award competitions give artists considerable amount of exposure in the media and tend to catapult the artists’ careers, their market... [more]

Les allumés du carnet  
9/11/15 Posted 9/11/15

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9/10/15 Posted 9/7/15

Taboo is an open call for artwork which sparks thoughtful investigation on taboos. Works submitted can take into account prevailing taboos, wherever and however they are experienced, geographically or culturally, or give a sense of how and why transitions to new forms of consideration and acceptance are given with taboos. Enter your work or project in any medium on the theme by 5 December 2015. 5,000 € cash prizes and a top quality gallery catalogue. Full details on the theme and how to enter: h... [more]

With an Urban Gaze, Valérie Jouve Confronts Manufactured Divides   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Valerie Jouve at Jeu de Paume June 2nd - September 27th
Posted 8/31/15

In a time of rampant gentrification and widening socio-economic gaps, Valérie Jouve has storied the fraught relationship between the human body and the metropolis, imagining the latter as a theater in which her protagonists are behooved to adapt. Subjects with reclined heads, stiff facial expressions, or confident postures, their bodies caught in motion, create a narrative that wavers between survival and surrender in her Jeu De Paume retrospective, Bodies, Resisting, which spans a career large... [more]

The Feminist Art Group Fighting Misogyny in Japan and Korea   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 9/8/15

“I’m scared to go back.” We were all squeezed into wooden folding chairs with a crowd standing around the perimeter of the room at Last Projects, on the second floor, where an old air conditioner, inadequately exhaling intermittent wafts of cool air, and a set of heavy Venetian blinds blocked out the sights and sounds of Hollywood Boulevard below. It was nearing 10pm. Their screening was over, and Pink, as she would like to be called, was at the front of the room, standing with her... [more]

Working (it) Out with Gillian Dykeman: Nicole Miller   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 8/18/15

Welcome to the eighth installation of the Artslant podcast series, Working (it) Out. My name is Gillian Dykeman, and I'm a visual artist living in Toronto, Ontario. This summer, I am interviewing artists to ask about the role of audience in their practice. Each interview will begin with one question: "Does art require an audience?" Working (it) Out with Gillian Dykeman Episode Eight | Nicole Miller: Conducting Subjectivity Laughing yoga (4:00) The audience completes the work (5:45) S... [more]

8/21/15 Posted 8/21/15


Art warning the World, a global artwork for defend Freedom  
8/20/15 Posted 8/20/15

ART WARNING THE WORLD The video which everybody should see. All the countries of the world to defend our liberties. Already seen by more than 11 million people. [more]

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