April, 2013

Polish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale presents Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More Konrad Smolensk

Polish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale presents Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More Konrad Smolensk

Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More by Konrad Smoleński is a continuation of the previous explorations of this artist, who, being active for over a decade in the domain of visual arts, focusses his interest on sound. His works in the Polish Pavilion combine punk rock aesthetics with the precision and elegance typical […]

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Design of the Year Award 2013 won by GOV.UK website

Design of the Year Award 2013 won by GOV.UK website

The website GOV.UK has won the Design Museum Design of the Year Award 2013. Deyan Sudjic, Director of Design Museum said: ‘GOV.UK is a remarkable success on so many levels. It makes life better for millions of people coping with the everyday chores, from getting a new passport, to paying their taxes. It’s a reflection […]

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Quebec Artist Nancy Stella Galianos Dances on Canvas

“I like to think that my art is like a sound that we enjoy hearing and makes us feel good,” says Nancy Stella Galianos. That musical metaphor is particularly appropriate for these canvases, in which the colors pulse with a sense of rhythm. Whether she is working through the subtle variations of one color or […]

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Austria and the Venice Biennale 1895-2013

Austria and the Venice Biennale 1895-2013

Parallel to the exhibition in the Austrian Pavilion in Venice this year, a landmark publication titled Austria and the Venice Biennale 1895-2013 will be launched in Vienna today. This scholarly, 540-page publication presents for the first time a comprehensive overview of each individual exhibition, with the help of previously unpublished photographs, plans and correspondence drawn […]

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Meredith Russell’s Joyful Art Celebrates the Energy of Nature

Meredith Russell creates large, colorful, striking works of art using a playful mix of watercolor, gouache, pencil, ink, collage, and various other media. Her work inspires a sense of childlike wonder in viewers as they explore the textural surfaces, which, in a similar way to dance, embody life and joy, and signify positive motion, growth […]

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WRO 2013 Biennale:  Exhibitions & Artists

WRO 2013 Biennale: Exhibitions & Artists

Opening events: May 8–11, 2013, Wrocław Main exhibitions May–June 2013 18 venues / over 200 artists and participants. Exhibitions Opening May 8: BWA SiC, until May 19 RENOMA Department Store | Renoma WRO, until June 16 WRO Art Center | Mirosław Bałka, Nachtgesichten, until July 8 Opening May 9: National Museum | Lucas Abela, Vinyl […]

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Lynne Hudson’s Paintings bring a Contemporary Spin to Renaissance Grandeur

Lynne Hudson’s work is filled with light and with intense and expressionistic colors, so that her renditions of Renaissance-inspired figures take on an almost fin-de-siècle Symbolist nature. They are infused with a spiritual connection to something powerful, yet maintain an appealingly whimsical air. These large acrylic paintings portray forms that are flawlessly modeled, passionately emotional […]

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