April 1, 2021

Call For Artists

‘It’s a Strength’: Watch Artist Barbara Kasten Explain Why Beautiful Art Isn’t as Powerless as She Once Thought

Can an artwork be too beautiful? That’s the question that prompted artist Barbara Kasten to abandon a series of experimental photographs she made early in her career. In an exclusive interview filmed as part of Art21’s Extended Play series in 2018, Kasten said she didn’t initially show the works because, “for a long time, I thought

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European Art

This French Daycare Centre Will Melt Your Heart

“From the first sketches and virtual photography to the construction, our job has only one objective: to leave the control to two-year-old children.” So write Wild Rabbits Architecture (WRA) in a description of their recently completed Crèche Les deux Oies (or “two geese” daycare centre) in Noisy-le-Roi, a town in Île-de-France. Nestled into a slice

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Princess tears

Princess tears,lagrimas de princesa…ella tiene todo o casi todo,ella vive en un mundo de costumbres,de obligaciones,de compromisos,posee belleza mas no una verdadera felicidad,la felicidad de ser realmente libre…libre para vivir sus propios sueños…ella esconde sus lágrimas.

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Nonprofit Art

Supporting Hispanic/Latino Owned Businesses and its Leaders | Nonprofit Report

Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on supporting Hispanic/Latino owned businesses and its leaders during the pandemic with Laura Murillo, President & CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Carmen Castro, Executive Director of Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber in Portland Oregon. The post Supporting Hispanic/Latino Owned Businesses and its Leaders | Nonprofit Report appeared first

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The City of Venice Vows to Build a New Port for Giant Cruise Ships to Get Them Out of Its Historic Canal Once and for All

When it comes to historic Venice, the ship may have finally sailed—and that’s good news for preservationists. The Italian government issued a ruling on Wednesday that container vessels and cruise ships are no longer permitted to dock near Venice’s city center. The decision follows a series of deadly collisions, years of protest, and a similar ruling in

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SAME PLACE NEXT YEAR

Many different layers of paint that meet and mix on the canvas creating different contrasts. I really enjoyed using very bright colours, and then adding a bit of black to balance them. Acrylic on canvas. Comes with a certificate of authenticity. Protected on top with a special UV spray to keep the colours safe. Artwork

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