How do you stage an international art show with work from 100 different artists? If you're Shea Hembrey, you invent all of the artists and artwork yourself -- from large-scale outdoor installations to tiny paintings drawn with a single-haired brush.
Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect.
There is an understated elegance in the quirks and anomalies of nature. It's the beauty and serenity that comes with aging flowers, when the life of the object and its impermanence are evidenced in its patina and wear is what creates a spiritual longing called Wabi Sabe.
Wonderful photographic botanicals, rich in detail by photographer Stacy Kirk.
Venice Biennale: Iraq's art world emerges from the ruins Mail & Guardian Online But she and British curator Jonathan Watkins, director of Birmingham's Ikon gallery, went on the road to find and meet artists from Kurdistan to Basra and Baghdad,...
Picture this: quite possibly the most important street photographer of the 20th century was a 1950s children’s nanny who kept herself to herself and never showed a single one of her photographs to anyone.
A very private person, becomes one of the most famous photographers of the 20th Century.
NPR Like Father, Like Son: Creating Art In A Time Of Troubles NPR Arguably, Hanvey's photographic work rivals that of great American photographers such as Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, and even the spot news artist Weegee.
Yesterday, we posted a video on how to do a reverse image search using TinEye. Artist Corrine Bayraktaroglu also alerted us to the online tool Google Reverse Image Search. She wrote: “Early in May, I had read somewhere ...
According to surveys of art books and exhibitions, artists prefer poses showing the left side of the face when composing a portrait and the right side when composing a self-portrait. However, it is presently not known whether similar biases can be observed in individuals that lack formal artistic training. We collected self-portraits by naïve photographers who used the iPhone™ front camera, and confirmed a right side bias in this non-artist sample and even when biomechanical constraints would have favored the opposite. This result undermines explanations based on posing conventions due to artistic training or biomechanical factors, and is consistent with the hypothesis that side biases in portraiture and self-portraiture are caused by biologically- determined asymmetries in facial expressiveness.
Exhibiting in video at Exhibit-it.com, "Working in Circles" a 10-year retrospective, by artist Michael den Hertog.
A retrospective exhibition of paintings by abstract artist, Michael den Hertog. It includes works from the last ten years, and embraces his experimental pursuit of unforeseen outcomes. Incorporating a wide variety of techniques and influences, his work cultivates a visual language that is distinctly his own.
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