Being Global: Art and Artists
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Being Global: Art and Artists
This topic is dedicated to art that is influenced by or influential of the globalized world in which we live.
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Global Street Art - Libya - Art In The Streets - MOCAtv

In this video, students of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Tripoli, Libya join street artists and professors to participate in a massive mural that spans the walls across from one of Muammar Gaddafi's former compounds. The structures of a force that once terrified and oppressed the Libyan people are now reduced to rubble; on the other side of the road, artists paint images of hope, peace and unity. Street art - and any form of creative expression - was unthinkable during Gaddafi's rule, and it's uplifting to watch these artists repossess their city's walls with artistic expression.


Via ECAL Library
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Truly inspirational project.

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LG Electronics Teams Up With Britto

This video is special collaboration work with Britto and LG Electronics.
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LG brings one artist's work to life... oh the possibilities technology gives us.

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The Art of Alex Gross

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Paintings, Limited Edition Prints, alex@alexgross.com. The art of alex gross website features the beautiful and seductive oil painting of los angeles based artist alex gross.
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An artist who's work is saturated in global visual culture.

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Amber Lemser's curator insight, January 11, 2015 11:09 AM

Alex Gross is an artist whose artwork is saturated in global ideas and issues. 

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I Love Alaska : Lernert & Sander

I Love Alaska : Lernert & Sander | Being Global: Art and Artists | Scoop.it
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Connecting on purpose or inadvertently, once we're on the Internet, who's to say what we've signed up for. Art piece created from AOL's accidental leak of private information.

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The Glue Society

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Using art and media to publicly "break up", and simultaneously turn a company around.

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