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Author : The Artists Team Category: art news
Posted on : September 9, 2014


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Author : aRTPINKLIVE Category: art news
Posted on : January 18, 2014

Twenty five years ago, in 1989, in her Moscow’s apartment, Nadia Russ (aka Nadia Maloleneva) began her serious experiments with ink pen and brush. Knowing the art history and the past artists’ achievements, she had a goal to create a new art style of visual arts. She succeeded, the NeoPopRealisim was born then. Today, NeoPopRealism is 25!

Author : the artists.org Category: art news
Posted on : December 25, 2013

Barak Obama took a selfie. This made headlines, not because he took it, but because he took it while attending the funeral of Nelson Mandela. It makes us realize how natural and almost unconscious an act it is. Like checking your messages on your iphone We do it all the time, without even thinking. Are these portraits a passing fad, or are they here to stay? Do they have a place in the art scene discourse? Alicia Eler interviews some artists who think they do.

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Author : the artists.org Category: art news
Posted on : December 19, 2013

Every artist wishes to sell his work, if only to make enough money to make another painting. Selling one's work to a collector and becoming financially independent is a dream. Of course, artists do not only wish for the money, but for the interaction which occurs when their work is exhibited. However, it is the art market which determines which works should be on view. Some collectors keep their art hidden away because rarity of work fuels prices. How does this affect the artist and the viewer?

Author : the artists.org Category: art news
Posted on : December 19, 2013

The relationship between Jewish Art owners and Nazi's during World War 2 is a complicated affair. History tells us that Hitler destroyed many art works for being considered deviant. Much art was hidden or sold. The sale of art saved the fate of the Jewish owners from the concentration camps. But what happened to the art once the war was over?

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Author : the artists.org Category: art news
Posted on : December 16, 2013

Andy Warhol blurred the lines between personal artistic expression and celebrity culture. He specifically created many copies of the same piece so as to question the value of the artist's personal touch as opposed to the value of the collective. In keeping with this, many of his pieces were not created by him personally, but by his assistants. It isn't a far jump for collectors and their lawyers to question the authenticity of the work.

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Author : the artists.org Category: art news
Posted on : December 16, 2013

The Miami Art Week is a favorite for artists, art dealers, and viewers. The range of work is extremely broad, spanning films, installations, performance, painting, sculpture and more. The influences and inspirations are many, and the artists represent countries from around the word. Robin Cembalest, the author of this article, wanders, if amongst this incredibly broad range, there exists a global art esthetic?

Author : caron greenblatt Category: art news
Posted on : December 8, 2013

There is a fine line between graffiti and Street Art. If the former was once used to vandalise, the latter is used to beautify and provoke. Street Art is becoming more and more sophisticated as the artists show greater skill at getting their message out there. Not only do they express real talent in design and use of color, but they also succeed in dodging the police whilst spraying their Art on the walls. Well, some do at least, until they get caught. The surprise occurs when the judge rules.

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Author : caron greenblatt Category: art news
Posted on : November 24, 2013

Plans for a Contemporary Art Museum were announced in South Africa. The focus of the museum will be on collecting, preserving, researching and of course exhibiting contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora. The museum will be named the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA). This is in honor of Jochen Zeitz, who will commit his impressive art collection to the museum, and begin a tide of important art acquisitions.

Author : caron greenblatt Category: art news
Posted on : November 19, 2013

The English Video Artist Elizabeth Price has been given a £60,000 commission to create a new work exploring the female figure within the collections of the Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers museums.rnNow in its fifth year, this commision is awarded by the Contemporary Art Society, UK. rnElizabeth Price uses archival images, text and music to create her works. She previously won the £25,000 Turner Prize in December 2012 for her video piece, The Woolworths Choir of 1979. http://www.theguardian.com/artanddes

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