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“Old School and New School” – Sino-America Art Academy Teaching Comparative Discussion Held at New York, USA

Group Photo of Symposium at NYAA, from the left, Xie Dongming, Peter Drake, JOnathan Goodman, Lu Yuhua, Richard Vine “From Beijing” Works by the Faculty of Oil Painting, China Central Academy of Fine Arts was held at the New York Academy of Art,...

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Guggenheim Announces Future Curator of Chinese Art - ARTINFO

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It was also the lead sponsor of the 2008 Cai Guoqiang exhibition “I Want to Believe”, and supported “The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 1860—1989” in 2009.

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“YUANYUANG” – ceramic sculpture from hong kong based ceramic artist CENH ZHANGCHENG

“YUANYUANG” – ceramic sculpture from hong kong based ceramic artist CENH ZHANGCHENG | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
“Yuanyang” is a specialty drink from Hong Kong consisting of coffee mixed with Hong Kong-style milk tea.
Hong Kong has a very unique historical background which is reflected in its culture.

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How Art Made the World | PBS

How Art Made the World | PBS | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
THE EPIC STORY OF HOW HUMANS MADE ART, AND ART MADE US HUMAN

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Katie Ericson's curator insight, April 13, 2013 7:12 PM

BBC/PBS series that illustrates the humanistic side of art, and how humans react to it. 

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BBC/PBS series that illustrates the humanistic side of art, and how humans react to it. 

SuzannahMcEntire's curator insight, March 6, 2016 4:45 PM

BBC/PBS series that illustrates the humanistic side of art, and how humans react to it. 

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Art for our sake - The Boston Globe


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Katie Ericson's curator insight, April 14, 2013 4:07 PM

"Such skills include visual-spatial abilities, reflection, self-criticism, and the willingness to experiment and learn from mistakes. All are important to numerous careers, but are widely ignored by today's standardized tests."

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Identity In Art Series: A Visual Exploration Of Identity Through Art | The River Hunt Art Blog

Identity In Art Series: A Visual Exploration Of Identity Through Art | The River Hunt Art Blog | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
Identity In Art, Visual Art Series by River Hunt. As an artist exploring identity, I've included an identity mind-map and resources as well as my 'art of identity'.

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Dirk Schneckenberg's curator insight, December 16, 2012 5:04 AM

Using artistic method sto reflect about your identity

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Polixeni Papapetrou

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Polixeni Papapetrou is a photo-based artist who explores issues of identity and performance in her work.

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Plastic surgery boom as Asians seek 'western' look

Plastic surgery boom as Asians seek 'western' look | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
Lee Min kyong stretches on the ballet bar in the dance studio. The 12-year old is a little awkward and nervous in front of strangers, until the music begins.

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Rebecca Wall's curator insight, April 1, 2013 10:20 PM

This report by CNN discusses how Asians are seeking plastic surgery to get the look of westerners. The plastic surgeon explains that having a more western look will appear more attractive and help his clients in the future. The report includes the story of a 12-year-old girl who receives surgery to make her eyes larger.

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Globalization, Art Education, and the Internet

Globalization, Art Education, and the Internet | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
Last spring, I taught a section of a course called Globalization, Art, and Education.  The course, conceived by my colleague Elizabeth Manley Delacruz who co-edited an anthology with the same title...

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Video of the day | Street art à la Lego

Jan Vormann restores crumbling architecture with what he calls dispatchwork with the emphasis on the patchwork. Instead of plaster or stucco,the German artis...

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Rebecca Wall's curator insight, March 28, 2013 11:43 AM

One of my favorite street artists is Jan Vormann. He is a forward thinker and came up with a way of filling the cracks of crumbling cities by using Legos. This video shows a day in the life of his art. He carries around a bag of the little colorful blocks and looks for cracks that need filling. 

Morgan Gilbert's curator insight, March 3, 2016 2:58 PM

One of my favorite street artists is Jan Vormann. He is a forward thinker and came up with a way of filling the cracks of crumbling cities by using Legos. This video shows a day in the life of his art. He carries around a bag of the little colorful blocks and looks for cracks that need filling. 

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Video of the day | Street art à la Lego

Jan Vormann restores crumbling architecture with what he calls dispatchwork with the emphasis on the patchwork. Instead of plaster or stucco,the German artis...

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Rebecca Wall's curator insight, March 28, 2013 11:43 AM

One of my favorite street artists is Jan Vormann. He is a forward thinker and came up with a way of filling the cracks of crumbling cities by using Legos. This video shows a day in the life of his art. He carries around a bag of the little colorful blocks and looks for cracks that need filling. 

Morgan Gilbert's curator insight, March 3, 2016 2:58 PM

One of my favorite street artists is Jan Vormann. He is a forward thinker and came up with a way of filling the cracks of crumbling cities by using Legos. This video shows a day in the life of his art. He carries around a bag of the little colorful blocks and looks for cracks that need filling. 

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Social and cultural impacts of globalization

Social and cultural impacts of globalization | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it

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Rebecca Wall's curator insight, April 1, 2013 3:48 PM

In this article it discusses the impact of globalization on, politics, families, and economics. It explores how globalization is changing gender roles and how this is effecting the family unit. 

jacqueline boissonneau's curator insight, February 29, 2016 2:11 PM

Article exploring the impact of globalization on, politics, families, and economics

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Artificial Culture: Identity, Technology, and Bodies | popcaanz.com

Artificial Culture is an examination of the articulation, construction, and representation of “the artificial” in contemporary popular cultural texts, with a focus on science fiction films and novels, but also addressing digital culture ...

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ON THE WAY TO THE FINE ART MUSEUM | WOWA

ON THE WAY TO THE FINE ART MUSEUM | WOWA | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
AN INEVITABLE COMBINATIONof charm and disenchantment coexists in virtually every culturally-implicated entity. The museums that rose to prominence in late-twentieth century China are no exception....

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ChART: Two NY Sisters Chart a New Course for Contemporary Art ...

ChART: Two NY Sisters Chart a New Course for Contemporary Art ... | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
“Enjoying meals and sharing ideas about art with artists like Zhang Xiaogang, Fang Lijun and Qiu Zhijie (just to name a few) in the late '90s was how my journey began," says Megan. "Their stories were about the challenges ...

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Art for our sake - The Boston Globe


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Katie Ericson's curator insight, April 14, 2013 4:07 PM

"Such skills include visual-spatial abilities, reflection, self-criticism, and the willingness to experiment and learn from mistakes. All are important to numerous careers, but are widely ignored by today's standardized tests."

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PAUL GRAHAM: "Photography is Easy, Photography is Difficult" (2009) - ASX | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography & Culture

PAUL GRAHAM: "Photography is Easy, Photography is Difficult" (2009) - ASX | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography & Culture | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it

It’s so easy it’s ridiculous. It’s so easy that I can’t even begin – I just don’t know where to start. After all, it’s just looking at things. We all do that. It’s simply a way of recording what you see – point the camera at it, and press a button. How hard is that? And what’s more, in this digital age, its free – doesn’t even cost you the price of film. It’s so simple and basic, it’s ridiculous.

It’s so difficult because it’s everywhere, every place, all the time, even right now.


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SuzannahMcEntire's curator insight, March 6, 2016 4:32 PM

Commentary on the digital age of phtography and the flooded media sites with horid or breautiful photography.

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Dreamy Photography by Weerapong Chaipuck | Abduzeedo Design ...

Dreamy Photography by Weerapong Chaipuck | Abduzeedo Design ... | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
I've been making plans for a big trip through some nice places around the world, and it's always great to see some pictures to inspire me to go to places I've never thought about visiting before, like these, capture by ...
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Tim Brown's curator insight, April 22, 2013 12:56 AM

Website and web development: complete website development, and responsive web design, graphic design and development, logo design & digital photography. TabDesignGraphics, www.tabdesign.co, tim@tabdesign.co

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Cindy Sherman plays with persona at provocative Dallas Museum of Art exhibition

Cindy Sherman plays with persona at provocative Dallas Museum of Art exhibition | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it

"Inside Cindy Sherman, there are multitudes. The acclaimed artist — who is the subject of a lavish one-woman survey opening Sunday, March 17, at the Dallas Museum of Art — serves as photographer, model, art director, makeup artist, hairdresser and stylist. By playing with the concept of identity, her prescient work hooks into the collective consciousness, presaging the obsession with image that affects everyone living in the digital age."

 

The Cindy Sherman one-woman survey runs March 17-June 9 at the Dallas Museum of Art.


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karen ryan: the consumer identity

karen ryan: the consumer identity | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it

british designer karen ryan has developed a self-personified furniture piece entitled 'portrait'. the chair, formed from a pre-owned leather
and wooden sculptural object is decorated by peach, coral and beige buttons comprise the artist's actualization of her identity as a consumer.

 

karen ryan tells designboom, 'there is no necessity in designing yet another new chair in the pursuit of portraying our notions of ourselves.


I am trained through commercialism in western capitalism to portray my individuality through the objects I buy. to portray the tribe I belong to,
my sense of taste, my wealth, myself. the perpetuation of need fed through mass consumerism leaves objects shallow from their humble origins.
I do not portray function or consumerism in my 'portrait' chair. neither do have the pretense of necessity as necessity in the chair has already been
so beautifully designed. I portray imperfection, fragility and mortality. 'portrait' chair is a designed object of my time of which I am a product of.'

the piece is displayed in pr/undercover's 'up market' gallery, a self commissioned open gallery developed for milan design week 2012.


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How Social Media Could Revolutionize Third-World Cities

How Social Media Could Revolutionize Third-World Cities | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
Networking technologies are about to make governments more accountable and transparent.

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Rebecca Wall's comment, March 8, 2013 11:07 AM
This is a great article about how social media effects third-world cities and the change it can make.
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Social Networking Among Young Arts Professionals

Social Networking Among Young Arts Professionals | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
Young arts professionals use Twitter, Facebook, and Meetup.com to track down lectures, openings and each other.

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Rebecca Wall's comment, March 8, 2013 11:06 AM
This article is about how people in the art world use social media to connect with other artists for information, meet ups, lectures, and much more.
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Kenya's Graffiti Train Seeks To Promote A Peaceful Election : NPR

Kenya's Graffiti Train Seeks To Promote A Peaceful Election : NPR | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
Kenya's last election in 2007 was followed by widespread violence. A railway that was hard-hit gives artists permission to spray-paint a "peace train" in advance of the ballot on March 4.

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Rebecca Wall's curator insight, March 28, 2013 11:39 AM

Because of the violence that has broke out since the 2007 in the Kenyan elections, a railway company hired several street artist to paint images/symbols of peace to promote positive changes for the elections during this month. 

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The Story Behind Banksy

The Story Behind Banksy | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
On his way to becoming an international icon, the subversive and secretive street artist turned the art world upside-down

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Rebecca Wall's curator insight, March 28, 2013 11:36 AM

Banksy is one of my favorite artists. He challeges politics with humor and makes his mark through out the world. His work is mostly spray paint and stencils paintined on walls around the city. 

Crystina Castiglione's comment, March 30, 2013 11:40 PM
I love Banksy, so do my high school students. Have you watched his documentary "Exit Through the Gift Shop," if not, you should!
Rebecca Wall's comment, April 1, 2013 10:44 PM
I sure have...it was very inspiring.
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Plastic surgery boom as Asians seek 'western' look

Plastic surgery boom as Asians seek 'western' look | culture, art, globilization | Scoop.it
Lee Min kyong stretches on the ballet bar in the dance studio. The 12-year old is a little awkward and nervous in front of strangers, until the music begins.

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Rebecca Wall's curator insight, April 1, 2013 10:20 PM

This report by CNN discusses how Asians are seeking plastic surgery to get the look of westerners. The plastic surgeon explains that having a more western look will appear more attractive and help his clients in the future. The report includes the story of a 12-year-old girl who receives surgery to make her eyes larger.