Monthly Archives: November 2008

Aakash Nihalani – “Revealing Colour in the Mundane”

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Takashi Amano – “Zen and the Art of the Aquascape”

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Jacob Tolmie

. . . . . . . . Jacob Tolmie, The Ram, mixed media, flourescent light, 80 x 110 cm, 2004 . . .

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Jesús Moroles – “The stone was pushing me”

“After 25 minutes of working on the stone I stopped because I got so tired. When the dust settled I realized there was a whole circle of about 25 people within 5 feet watching me. It dawned on me then … Continue reading

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Boaz Vaadia – “Success is the capacity to be creative constantly”

“As an artist you work in two parallel lines. The first line is the creative process, and what you do with that creative process, and then the second line is the artistic success; the commercial implications, and who-you-know implications, and … Continue reading

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Kehinde Wiley – “Counteracting the Propaganda of Portraiture”

Kehinde Wiley, Art Interview Online

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Heidi Barkun – “Lost and Found- Intrinsic Beauty”

Heidi Barkun- b. Montreal 1971.  Heidi currently resides in Montreal. Heidi Barkun Visual Voice Art Gallery

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Lisa Breslow- “NYC Landscapes- Contemporary Geometric Impressionism”


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Miquel Barceló- “Figures and Myths”

Miquel Barceló. Elefandret, 2007 bronze, 1/8 157” x 67” x 63 1/8” Miquel Barceló en la catedral de Palma Miquel Barceló, New ceiling of a conference room of the United Nations Human Rights Council, 2008 Miquel Barceló Clay and Bronze

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Robert Polidori – “The Building of a Photograph”

Robert Polidori, Nicholas Metivier Gallery

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Folkert De Jong -“Toxic Sculpture”

Folkert De Jong

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Paul Russo – 1000 Black Paintings

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Ad Reinhardt – “The Intentional Enigma”

In the last ten years of Reinhardt’s life, he developed a theory of application, a manifesto, an artful method which he sought to perfect within the medium of his paintings: “A square (neutral, shapeless) canvas, five feet wide, five feet … Continue reading

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Olafur Eliasson – “Seeing Yourself Sensing”

“Challenging the passive nature of traditional art-viewing, he engages the observer as an active participant, using tangible elements such as temperature, moisture, aroma, and light to generate physical sensations…intentionally simple in construction but thrilling to behold, sparking profound, visceral reactions … Continue reading

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Olafur Eliasson – “Make Sense of the World by Sensing the World”

“Olafur Eliasson chose to make his waterfalls from scaffolding because he wanted a quotidian feel, evoking the constant construction in New York City.” Wet Dreams: Domes, Rides and Waterfalls Open in New York The New York City Waterfalls – Official … Continue reading

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