Monthly Archives: February 2016

4 FEBRUARY 2016

EASY 7 STEP GUIDE TO CREATING AN EPIC ART BRAND

EASY 7 STEP GUIDE TO CREATING AN EPIC ART BRAND Going From Zero To Branded By Paula Soito Life is different than it was yesterday, right? A huge change is technology and running a business, even a tiny one, has mega changed too. After all, we’re the science fiction humans of yesterday. More productive, empowered, entertained […]

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4 FEBRUARY 2016

CONOR HARRINGTON

CONOR  HARRINGTON Conor Harrington, an Irish painter, Currently based in East London, where he works primarily from his studio. His works can be found across the globe, from Dublin, the United States, and the United Kingdom to Norway, Spain, and the Bethlehem Wall, among other places. Conor Harrington’s work draws a fine line between classical […]

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4 FEBRUARY 2016

David Bowie remembered

David Bowie remembered Pop Culture & Collectibles. christies In its 250-year history, Christie’s has built its reputation on dealing in the works of great artists. David Bowie, who passed away yesterday aged 69, is undoubtedly one of them From his own paintings, hand-written lyrics and stage costumes to iconic photographic portraits and live shots in […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

‘Pregnant Girl’ by Lucian Freud

One of Lucian Freud’s most famous paintings, ‘Pregnant Girl’, is to be sold at auction for the first time The remarkable painting, Pregnant Girl, one of Freud’s most famous from the period, is to be sold at auction for the first time, set to fetch up to £10 million at Sotheby’s more than half a […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

“WOMEN: New Portraits” -Photographs by Annie Leibovitz

“WOMEN: New Portraits” A Global Tour of New Photographs by Annie Leibovitz Launches in London “WOMEN: New Portraits” an exhibition of newly commissioned photographs by renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz will open to the public on Saturday 16 January 2016 at Wapping Hydraulic Power Station. Following London, the exhibition will travel to Tokyo, San Francisco, Singapore, […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

Black Colored Meira Una

Black Colored By Meira Una Meira Una’s work process could be characterized as absurd and, at times, even hyperbolic. Her colorful and optimistic forms are a delight for the soul! The work process is long, full of contrasts, and full of elements of randomness and destructiveness. Unlike what usually comes to mind when one thinks of […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

Painting with pixels or pigments, is there any real difference?

Painting with pixels or pigments, is there any real difference? By Denis Taylor One or two digital art making practitioners and their supporters are going all out to persuade artists and perhaps exhibition audiences, that the time for making Art using pigments on a flat surface applied by hand may be numbered. Inkjet prints of images […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

Sergio Daniel Chetkoff

Sergio Daniel Chetkoff- The healing power of art Special Interview Sergio Daniel chetkoff, born in Cordoba, Argentina 1962. An aware person that knows the limitation of a life, and making the best of it. Has a beautiful family of four children (29-5) Now expecting the fifth, I started creating art 29 years ago when sitar my […]

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