Hard-working artisan, solitary genius, credentialed professional—the image of the artist has changed radically over the centuries. What if the latest model to emerge means the end of art as we have known it?
As the year draws to a close, we're looking back at the exhibitions that made our jaws drop, our heads spin and our eyes eternally grateful. Behold, in no particular order, the 15 best exhibitions of 2014.
Stephen Knapp is internationally renowned for large-scale works of art in public, corporate and private collections, in such diverse mediums as kiln formed, dichroic, and cast glass; metal, stone, mosaic and ceramic.
By David Slocum One of the great assets of any global academic or training program is the national, regional, social or economic diversity of its participants. In its still relatively young EMBA program alone, the Berlin School of Creative Leadership has enrolled participants from over 50 countries. At the most basic level, that [...]
Huffington Post (blog) Encuentro: A Space for Artistic Collaboration and Experimentation Huffington Post (blog) Also, there were daily teach-ins on topics such as cities, digital and environmental art, fiestas and carnivals, as well as urban...
Filming the ephemeral art of dance is notoriously difficult. But video of a new dance piece created by French choreographer Mourad Merzouki and digital designers Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne of Adrien M / Claire B is a thrill in itself to watch. “Pixel” premiered in November in France and is currently on tour, with...
All creation is co-creation. Heard at #sxsw and illustrated by @gapingvoid Many have this idea of the true innovator toiling alone. But this is not true. The reality is that the best creative is not made in a vacuum. Creation of anything is always a collaborative process, regardless of how it seems from afar. Everything is derivative, no matter how original you think your thought is. So, when looking for true innovation remember that whatever you may have developed working alone, it could be made much richer by working with others.
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