Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Magic Realism of Natalia Bolivar

By Gisselle Morales Rodríguez  (OnCuba) Natalia Bolivar HAVANA TIMES — Judging from the irreverence that has been the hallmark of her entire life, Natalia Bolivar Arostegui (1934) doesn’t strike one as someone who was born in Havana’s aristocratic neighborhood of … Continue reading

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Slideshow: Naoya Hatakeyama’s ‘Personal Landscapes’ of Post-Earthquake Japan

Naoya Hatakeyama is one of the world’s leading contemporary landscape photographers and has documented sites in Japan, France, Switzerland, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Brazil. His workArticle source: http://asiasociety.org/blog/asia/slideshow-naoya-hatakeyamas-personal-landscapes-post-earthquake-japan

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Your EDM Exclusive: Troyboi

About 24 hours ago, I didn’t have a role model. Now don’t take this the wrong way, this is not some clickbaity adornment to attract readers, this is not a thoughtless embellishment to impress industry professionals, but a sincere representation … Continue reading

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Eddie Martinez Joins Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Eddie Martinez, Modern Gum, 2014. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND MITCHELL-INNES NASH, NY Brooklyn-based artist Eddie Martinez is now represented by Mitchell-Innes Nash in New York. Martinez has been something of a roving talent in the last few years, having been in … Continue reading

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Local artist creates painting for Marine Military Academy – U

CAMP PENDLETON — Local artist Todd Krasovetz was commissioned to paint a work for the 50th anniversary of the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen, Texas. Krasovetz unveiled his painting, “March Through Time: 50 Years of Excellence” at the academy’s recent … Continue reading

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An Art Project Turns Cracks in Cities Into Geodes

Artist Paige Smith (AKA “A Common Name”) started Urban Geodes by filling cracks in downtown Los Angeles with these geodesic shapes. They’re made from paper and spray paint or resin. The project has since spread to other cities and countries, … Continue reading

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A Response to Avengers: Age of Ultron, in Triptych

Comics, is a chump’s game. The medium’s greatest strength is something that goes all the way back to its pulp roots; comics is a kind of living mythology. Call it “perpetual fiction”. Buy a copy of the magazine each month, … Continue reading

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Laura Feehs’s Romantic Oils Offer a Glimpse of the Human Condition

EXPAND You can find art all over town — not just on gallery walls. In this series, we’ll be looking at some of the local artists who serve up their work in coffeehouses and other non-gallery businesses around town. Although … Continue reading

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Life’s moments still matter to Trafford author Jakiela – Tribune

Memoirs were once a person’s “whole life story from birth to almost death, or birth to fame,â€� according to Lori Jakiela. But the Trafford native, who has now penned three memoirs, including the recently published “Belief Is Its Own Kind … Continue reading

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Michael Craig-Martin: ‘I have always thought everything important is right in …

You first came to London in the 60s from America. Was it easy to become part of the British art world?When I came in 1966 there were things happening – the Vietnam war – that I was very uncomfortable about … Continue reading

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