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Photography Scholarship
2008-06-07 19:38:00
A National Geographic Assignment - For Life ~ WorldNomads.com announces 2008 Travel Photography Scholarship in conjunction with the National Geographic Channel. Making a living out of travelling the world is something many ‘world nomads’ aspire to, and we’re hoping to be able to help a few talented individuals make that their reality through our scholarship support, ...
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Edgar Degas - Biography Of The French Artist Renowned For His Figure Painti
2008-06-06 08:50:00
The career of Edgar Degas was a long one - about 60 years out of his total 83. And his style, unlike that of most famous artists who worked into their old age, never ceased developing, always seeking out new means of expression and technique.The art dealer Ambroise Vollard one day asked him why he ...
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Art 39 Basel - Art Unlimited - 2 part video
2008-06-04 07:40:00
Part one of VernissageTV’s walkthrough of the Art Unlimited sector with large-scale installations, video projections, and massive sculptures at Art 39 Basel International Art Fair in Basel, Switzerland. June 2, 2008. Part two of VernissageTV?s walkthrough of the Art Unlimited sector with large-scale installations, video projections, and massive sculptures at Art 39 Basel International Art Fair ...
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5 Steps To Art Appreciation
2008-06-03 01:32:00
Appreciating art is a pleasurable experience and should be one that nurtures your creative spirit and creates beautiful memories. But most of us are overwhelmed by the prospect of a trip to an art gallery and feel a little inept to appreciate fine art. A simple approach and a little bit of research can make your experience with art much more enjoyable and also help you develop your own unique art sense.
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Art Basel: What the International Art Fair will be like - Video
2008-06-02 23:37:00
Debating to get a last minute ticket to Art Basel 39? Review a video of Art Basel 38, get a glimpse of the art and the happenings, and then decide. ART 39 BASEL CATALOG ART 38 BASEL CATALOG
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Art 39 Basel: THE International Art World Fair
2008-06-02 19:02:00
Tomorrow, Art 39 Basel kicks off with a vernissage for invited guests. The 39th edition of Art Basel takes place in the museum-rich city of Basel (Switzerland) from June 4 through June 8, 2008. As the world?s premier art show, Art Basel is the annual meeting place of the international art world. This year?s ...
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Art and Form
2008-06-01 19:18:00
Oh, it is not always easy to decide what is art, why art is art, and how art comes about being art. This article discusses the relationship between art and form. Defining Art from Form ?Any work that aspires, however humbly, to the condition of art should carry its justification in every line.? - Joseph Conrad When ...
Moscow World Fine Art Fair?s Art valued at $1.6b
2008-06-01 02:18:00
6,000 artwork and 60 galleries - strong, the Moscow World Fine Art Fair is in full swing. It started May 28 and will go on till June 2. There are fine art works by famous European artists like Marc Chagall, Leger, Magritte, Picasso, Renoir, Egon Schiele, Nikki the Ste Phalle, and of worthwhile Russian ...
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SCOPEBasel June 3-8 2008
2008-05-22 02:11:00
Basel ? SCOPE, the cutting-edge contemporary art fair, returns for the second year to Basel in a new venue, a 60,000 square foot glass pavilion situated on the Rhine. Within walking distance of Art Basel 39, SCOPE will present its most international fair yet, showcasing 85 galleries from all over the world. SCOPE Basel 2008 exhibitors, ...
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Pop Art Forerunner Robert Rauschenberg died at 82
2008-05-19 05:22:00
The American artist Robert Rauschenberg passed away May 13 at age 82. Rauschenberg gained fame in the 1950s transition from Abstract Expressionism to Pop Art . Several of his works — including “Canyon,” which featured a stuffed bald eagle affixed to a canvas; “Monogram,” a stuffed Angora goat on top of a painted panel; and “Bed,” ...
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Piet Mondrian?s Abstract Art
2008-05-18 08:50:00
Piet Mondrian was an influential Dutch Abstract painter of the first half of the 20th Century. When standing in front of one of Mondrian’s later artwork of the 1920s, you might think that his work is derived from a strict ordering of geometric shapes & lines and a scientific balance of colors. Instead, what is illustrated ...
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no name for ART #2
2008-05-15 05:30:00
This #2 edition of the no name for ART CARNIVAL is flavored with fine art photography ~ which I ** LOVE **. I hope you enjoy the interesting articles on photography also. Art Review eArtfair features the work byfine art photographer Barbara Kruger with her feminist and social commentary artwork. Barbara Kruger juxtaposes mass media ...
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The Artist?s Mother ~ Haring, Hockney, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Picasso ?
2008-05-11 02:27:00
For this special day, honoring Mother hood, I thought to look at how some artists have depicted their own mother or an archetypal mother. Who’s Mom? The artists’ real mothers are displayed as persons with their own life. She is an individual with a personal life and character as is witnessed by her child, the ...
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Barbara Kruger
2008-05-10 07:37:00
Barbara Kruger juxtaposes mass media photographs with biting slogans. Her art both questions and condemns mass media’s ways of control self-identity, desire, and public opinion. In their trademark black letters against red background, her slogans are instantly recognizable. Much of her often razor-sharp text questions the viewer about feminism, classicism, consumerism, and individual autonomy and ...
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Graffiti Party Art Piece
2008-05-08 22:08:00
Ever found some money behind the wall paper? It happens to some people. Developers of a run-down loft business discovered they had more than the spaciousness they had hoped for in their New York City’s SoHo building. They found a large, genuine collaborative artwork by Jean Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Fab 5 Freddy, Futura 2000 ...
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History of Surreal Photography
2008-05-05 19:19:00
By Domen Lombergar Surreal ism in photography was one of the major revolutionary changes in the evolution of photography. Rather than art, photography was reviewed as a copying effort. Surrealism is the introduction of the ?more than real’ images to the art forms. Surrealism was a movement in the art and intellectual activities, emerged after World War I. ...
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Famous Vogel Collection of 2500 artworks to be gifted in 2008/2009
2008-05-02 08:28:00
A dream is coming through for 50 art institutions around the nation, as the renowned Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection of 2500 works of contemporary art is gifted and distributed among America’s 50 states, art museums around the country are getting excited. The Dorothy & Herbert Vogel Collection’s focus of the collection is ...
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How to Get Your Photography Noticed, Gain Recognition and Start Making Mone
2008-04-30 23:10:00
From time to time we post articles that are written with the artists in mind. Usually, we choose articles that offer a glimpse behind the scene for art collectors and art market observers, to gain understanding of the input that goes into art making. I hope this is an educational art article in that ...
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Robert Rauschenberg - video
2008-04-28 23:36:00
This video is an excerpt of Robert Rauschenberg’s orginal footage ‘Linoleum’ It is part of his 1966 art ‘Happening’. Black/white, silent film.
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How Is A Bronze Sculpture Made?
2008-04-23 23:02:00
I’m sure I can safely assume you’re not wondering how one carves or molds a sculpture. Although the carving and modeling methods require great skill, the techniques used are fairly simple- you basically use tools and your bare hands to “add” or “subtract” material until you get your desired product. Once you have carved away from a stone or other hard surface, you can sand it and polish it. If you were carving from clay the last step would be to fire it in a kiln or heat it in an oven. But how are bronze and other cast sculptures made? It’s not like there’s a chunk of metal and the sculptor chisels away at it. Casting is a little more complicated than the other two types of sculpture. It takes a team of several people, a foundry, and a 10 step process that has been around since 3000 B.C. When completed, you will have a work of art that will be around for that same amount of time into the future. In a nutshell founders reproduce in bron...
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Klimt: video on ?The Kiss? & his love for Women
2008-04-20 00:24:00
This is a short informational video lecture about the classic impressionist painting ‘The Kiss ’ by Austrian Symbolist painter Gustav Klimt (1862 ? 1918). The video pulls together strands of his background, his passion, his travels, and shows you how these inputs translate into his painting. It comes as no surprise that Klimt’s ...
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Art Education @ Art Schools in the US
2008-04-18 05:48:00
By Astrid Lee I’m often asked what in my opinion the best art schools are in the United States. So, I researched the topic before making my careful selection. Of course, some schools are better for film and others for fine art/paintings, and others again for art history. And this list is no more ...
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Graffiti Art Lingo & Artwork Type
2008-04-16 04:52:00
In his article ‘Type s of Graffiti Art’, Benedict Hunter links graffiti to modern culture, and by doing so explains the various types of graffiti artworks. “Modern day Graffiti art is closely associated with the Hip Hop Culture. It started out with names like TAKI 183 and JULIO 204 who wrote their tag names all ...
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Communication through Visual Art
2008-04-13 22:59:00
In his article ‘Visual Arts as Communication ’, Quentin Engles explains how images give people food for thought. Fine art hold messages in its own language. Art says something to us and helps us see things in different ways. “Most of us are used to regular conversational words that we may use in day-to-day life. ...
National Gallery Vision 2100
2008-04-07 10:44:00
For today’s audiences, 20th-century art is old and 19th-century art - ancient. Can galleries overcome this challenge? questioned Michael Archer in ‘How modern art became history’, an article published in The Guardian on March 28. He applauds the policy of Nicholas Penny, the newly appointed director of the National Gallery in London, UK, to move ...
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Vincent Van Gogh - A Depth of Passion Transformed - II
2008-04-04 07:46:00
By John Keaton Continuation of part I of his article: Arles : A New Hope Turns Tragic Arriving in Arles on February 20, 1888, Vincent had most certainly hoped that the light of provence would inspire his work and raise his artistic abilities to a new, creative plateau. By this point, the plein-air painting he had explored along with the influence of impressionism and the japonaisse elements he utilized were fused and became, certainly without his own realization, the style that would become distinctly “Vincent “ The Sower, painted in June of 1888, displays a return to one of Van Gogh ’s favorite motifs, and his lifelong fascination with the work of Millet. At one point, Vincent painted seven copies of the Sower in one week. Here in Arles, the Sower takes on a majestic quality with the brilliant sun blazing across the fields with a divine intensity. It is a well know fact that Vincent could not afford to hire models for his paintings and very often painted himself. No fewer than...
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Vincent Van Gogh - A Depth of Passion Transformed - I
2008-04-02 07:45:00
By John Keaton “And my aim in my life is to make pictures and drawings, as many and as well as I can; then, at the end of my life, I hope to pass away, looking back with love and tender regret, and thinking, ‘Oh, the pictures I might have made!’” -Vincent Van Gogh , Letter 338, 9 November 1883 In the annals of art history, there is no comparison to the enduringly tragic and passionate life of Vincent Van Gogh. His works have been embraced and are treasured by a world which once scarcely understood or accepted this tragic and tortured genius. The beauty of his remarkably prolific career lies in the intensity and conviction of heart, which he placed in his images. His works remain etched and embossed within our subconscious and still linger in our minds long after this tormented soul’s dramatic departure from this life. Born March 30, 1853, Vincent Wilhelm Van Gogh’s young life was overshadowed by the death of a brother exactly one year prior to Vincent...
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No Name For Art - # 1
2008-04-01 05:04:00
Welcome to the March 31, 2008 premiere edition of the fine art blog carnival ‘No Name For Art‘. It is our objective to showcase the best current blog articles on fine art that would be of use and interest to collectors of fine art. We’ll work with our submissions, reviewing what comes up. The submissions for this unmarketed first issue were interestingly coherent: The clear and overwriting theme across all submissions for this issue is :What makes art art and kitsch kitsch? Art Collecting As I have ‘no name’ for this carnival yet, I certainly have ‘no words’ for Kinkade. Unlike Margaret here, who makes an indisputable stance to what is art and what is kitsch. Well written and actually not too snobbish. Right on. Margaret Mary presents Bad Art and the Rise of Thomas Kinkade saying, “Why are people so drawn to the art of Thomas Kinkade? This article examines the motivations of Kinkade collectors and questions why his “bad&rdq...
History of Mosaics
2008-03-30 10:59:00
Being one of the most beautiful and oldest forms of art in the history of man, one couldn't help but wonder about how such art has evolved and survived through all these centuries. This type of ornamental arts where small tiles of stones and marbles are used to develop patterns and pictures appeared randomly in totally different cultures and locations. That is why; mosaics can't be rooted to a particular people or culture.
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Leonardo Da Vinci - excellent video
2008-03-28 22:22:00
A close examination of Leonardo ’s famous works provides a basis for appreciating his particular style and the beauty of his art. Reflecting his position as one of the foremost figures of the Renaissance, Leonardo’s versatility is revealed as an artist, anatomist, mathematician and architect.
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