Art Blogs

12 MAY 2016

Kate Clark

Kate Clark Kate Clark is a sculptor who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her sculptures synthesize the human face and the body of wild animals, exploring the overlap that exists across our cultures, and within our histories. Kate had her first solo exhibit at Claire Oliver Gallery in New York in 2008. Since then […]

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12 MAY 2016

Art and The Study of Materials at the Getty Research Institute

Art and The Study of Materials at the Getty Research Institute By Miguel Bermudez The Getty Research Institute (GRI) is an international center dedicated to providing resources, expertise, and a collaborative environment for art-historical research and publication. An important undertaking by the GRI is its Scholars’ program. Headed by Dr. A. Alexa Sekyra, the GRI […]

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6 MARCH 2016

Eva Struble

Eva Struble Disorientating Illusion Of Space Eva Struble was born in Elsmere, Kentucky. She received her MFA in painting from Yale University in 2006 and her BA in Visual Arts in 2003 from Brown University. Her exhibit of painted prints, Emblema, was recently shown at the UVA’s School of Architecture in 2015, and her project, […]

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6 MARCH 2016

An Interview with Pavel Wolberg

An Interview with Pavel Wolberg By Marion Codner I’ve being following Pavel Wolberg works for a while,noticing that almost any situation or scenery can become, for him, an interesting platform for his lens, therefore instead of making an ordinary interview I decided to call him and ask him if he would accept to meet at a […]

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6 MARCH 2016

…Where Do You Get Your Ideas ?

…Where Do You Get Your Ideas ? By Denis Taylor I have been asked this same question many times about my paintings and to be honest, I’ve never answered it to my satisfaction, let alone to the person who asked it of me. The question resurrected itself recently when I was casually reading through one of […]

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6 MARCH 2016

BANG BANG

‘BANG BANG’ By Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar, PhD Many years ago, a 64-year-old man came to see me for psychotherapy. He was a senior manager in a big firm, successful and handsome, powerful and eloquent. “We were invited into a poetry workshop,” he said, “and I couldn’t get out of it. And I wrote this poem, […]

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6 MARCH 2016

Young Dealers, Share their stories and journeys to exhibit at TEFAF

Young Dealers, Share their stories and journeys to exhibit at TEFAF The World’s Greatest Art and Antiques Fair By Miguel Bermudez Each year The European Fine Art Fair, (TEFAF) the World’s Greatest Art and Antique Fair takes place in Maastricht, The Netherlands. The organizers of this prestigious event, where 7,000 years of human creativity are […]

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6 MARCH 2016

The European Fine Art Fair TEFAF And Globalization

The European Fine Art Fair TEFAF And Globalization By Miguel Bermudez TEFAF constitutes the most spectacular gathering of art on offer in the world. It takes place every year during the month of March at Maastricht in the Netherlands. The quality and uniqueness of what is exhibited is a feast to the eye for anyone […]

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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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