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What separates visual art from other categories of art? Logically, the answer would seem to reside somewhere within the rubric "visual." Presumably, the visual arts appeal to our eyes, and therefore has to do with a kind of scopophilia, that is,... [more]

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DESIGN ARTS, FILM, LITERATURE, MUSIC, PERFORMING ARTS, VISUAL ARTS, artists-in-residence, international artistic mobility
Ginestrelle A.I.R. Artists-in-Residence 2010-2011 Where Arte Studio Ginestrelle, Regional Park of Mount Subasio Assisi (Italy) When 13 of March 2010 - 11 of January 2011 Deadline Until Full Objectives (Aims) - to promote international artistic mobility - to stimulate creativity through direct contact with nature and respect for the environment, - to favour a moment of interchange of ideas on contemporary art, - to set up artistic workshops, exhibitions, and open-air art along the paths of Ginestrelle, in the Regional Park of Mount Subasio. During the stay each artist will be able to develop his/her project-work in the various artistic fields: - Visual Arts (painting, drawing, photography, installation art, land art, sculpture,
Over the last few weeks, I have been able to absorb myself in many of New York’s exhibitions and events, mainly in the field of photography. At almost any given time, This city offers a multitude of things to see
Ginestrelle A.I.R. Artists in Residence 2010Where: Arte Studio Ginestrelle, Regional Park of Mount Subasio, Assisi - ItalyWhen: Program for the period April to November 2010 Objectives (Aims)- promote contemporary art in all its artistic forms,- stimulate creativity through direct contact with
A new show opened last weekend at GAGA (Garnerville Arts Center) in New York. The large exhibit space once functioned as a mill and is part of a huge complex that now holds the gallery and various businesses. This show is a celebration

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    LASCAUX GREEN is a freehand pigment print created on a computer with a Wacom pad and pen. This print is 15" X 12" in size and offered in a limited edition of 50. NOTE: Having started out as an Abstract Expressionist painter, I occasionally get a hankerin' to work on a non-o ...
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What's Your Favorite Public Art Piece?

much Olafur Eliasson
Posted over 4 years ago by sasu
Dropped Cone by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen.
Posted over 5 years ago by Rise Art
Vermont Cows
Posted over 5 years ago by Unknown User
Chicago Picasso
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Anything by the collective You Are Beautiful
Posted over 6 years ago by Danica Sachs

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