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  • Forever and Always: New Works by Armando Alemdar Ara at Zari Gallery, London

    6 hours ago @Armando Alemdar

    Forever and Always: New Works by Armando Alemdar Ara at Zari Gallery, London

  • Work displayed at the London Art FAIR 2017

    2 weeks ago @Armando Alemdar

  • Startin out... here i come!

    4 weeks ago @Tansu Talat

    Hello there!

    Welcome to my blog!

    I'm a budding artist making alot of plans for things to do:

    An illustrative book on a battle between Hatred & other family (this is gonna be a picture portrayal of what my imagination got up to during it's moments)

    Lots of paintings i've done over the years with different themes, concepts and ideas.

    Lots of crafts i'm getting up to!

    and ... there will be more! :)

    Take care and cherry bye!


  • Catalog

    1 month ago @Luk Gama

    Hello everyone,

    Here is the exclusive link to the online version of the retrospective catalog of my personal exhibition of 2015:

  • Selected Further Reading 2017

    1 month ago @David Powell

    Susan Sontag - Regarding the Pain of Others 2003, The Pornographic Imagination 1967, On Photography 1977, Notes on Camp 1964

    Georges Bataille - The Story of the Eye 1928, The Big Toe 1929, Tears of Eros 1961, Visions of Excess; Selected Writings 1927 - 1939,
                                  Blue of Noon 1935, Eroticism 1957, My Mother 1966, Madame Edwarda 1956, The Dead Man 1967

    Michel Surya - Georges Bataille, An Intellectual Biography 2002

    Jean Baudrillard - Seduction 1979, Simulacra and Simulation 1981, Fatal Strategies 1983, Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? 2009

    Nick Land - Thirst for Anninhilation; Georges Bataille and virulent nihilism (an essay in atheistic religion) 1992, Fanged Noumena 2011

    Marquis de Sade - The Complete Marquis de Sade: Justine 1791, Juliette 1799, 120 Days of Sodom 1789,
                                  Philosophy in the Bedroom 1795 (republished 2005)

    Nicolas Bourriaud - Relational Aesthetics 1998, Post - Production 2001, The Exform 2016

    Julia Kristeva - Powers of Horror (An Essay in Abjection), 1982

    Sigmund Freud - The Complete Psychological Works 1886 - 1939

    Gilbert & George - The Words of Gilbert & George: With portraits of the artists from (1968 - 1997), 1997

    Samuel Beckett - Collected Shorter Plays (1957 - 1984)

    John Fletcher & John Spurling - Beckett the Playwright, 1972

    James Knowlson - Damned to Fame, The Life of Samuel Beckett, 1996

    Anthony Burgess - A Clockwork Orange, 1962

    Andy Warhol - The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and Back Again), 1975

    Michel Foucault - Manet and the Object of Painting; With an introduction by Nicolas Bourriaud 2009

    Kenneth Willaims - Acid Drops; The classic collection of put downs, 1980, The Kenneth Williams Diaries - Russell Davies, 1994

    John Lydon - Anger is an Energy; My Life Uncensored, 2014

    David Sylvester -  Interviews with Francis Bacon, 1962 - 1979

    Hitchcock/Truffaut - The Definitive Study of Alfred Hitchcock, 1983

    Penguin Reference - Dictionary of critical theory, 2000

    Pierre Cabanne - Dialogues with Marcel Duchamp, 1979

    Liam Gillick - Proxemics: Selected Writings (1988 - 2004), 2005

  • A Work in Progress

    1 month ago @Barbara Rowell

    Continuing with my ongoing work interrogating themes of identity, time and place as observed through markings on walls, I have added a new layer to this painting inspired by 'Impasse 453', a street in the Gemmayzeh district of Beirut.

    In 2015, I started with a very free sketch in charcoal and dry acrylic on a new piece of stretched canvas measuring 75 x 115 cm:

    In 2016 I worked over this in acrylic with a graphic representation of a section of the wall

    In 2017 abstracted forms have been layered over the work in thick and thin washes of oil paint

    installation view

    The history of the underpainting is preserved


  • Inspired by New Year visit to Abstract Expressionist exhibition at the Royal Academy. Saw all my heroes there...

    1 month ago @Gunther Jancke


    1 month ago @Paul-Felix Montez

    500The United States National ANTI_SLAVERY MONUMENT created by artist Paul-Felix Montez has been officially launched. This proposed national monumnet for Washington D.C. the nation's capitol, standing at 60 feet tall and made of corten steel, would stand of the commitment of the United States to ending slavery, racism, and human trafficking, world wide as well as within it's own borders once and for all.



    2 months ago @Paul-Felix Montez

    2016 Steven Paterson


    The United Nations invited the creator of a unique way for people to celebrate art & peace monuments and heroic world peacemakers with the latest AR and VR technology. On September 4, the United Nations invited peace walkway artist Paul-Felix Montez to speak at the U.N. in New York City for World Peace day.

    What is the Peace Walkway?

    The Peace Walkway project is a simple vision of locating one, mile-long peace art monument in 100 different locations (cities, towns, and parks, etc.) around the world. Each peace walkway Monument is one mile long made up of 250 different bronze plaques commemorating significant world heroic peacemakers - men and women whose courage and commitment to our greater humanity have changed our lives forever.

    The free global walkway app will use augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) offering full bios for each peacemaker and the ability for anyone at one walkway location to connect and chat to another person at any of the installed monuments in the world. Thus everyone using the app gets to converse with anyone from anyone in the world.

    How do the AR and VR apps work?

    Using the free Augmented Reality App, simply point it at any given plaque, and two things happen. First, an Augmented reality image of the famous Peacemaker will appear, click on that image and a full biographical timeline of the entire life of that peacemaker is yours to explore. As you explore the story, a symbol [VR] or virtual reality will be seen along the way.

    Click on that [VR] symbol, put on your virtual reality goggles such as Google cardboard and get the opportunity to view as if you were that famous peacemaker various moments and events through their eyes. From Martin Luther King ?s speech "I have a Dream" given in Washington D.C. to Mother Theresa?s daily caring for those in a leper colony, and all seen by you through their point of view.


  • Chronicles of an indie artist in the end of the world.

    2 months ago @Gabriela Farnell

       What motivates an independent artist? Not the money (selling the work is exceptional and if it happens, the values ??of the primary market are always minimal). Not recognition (not belonging to the system ensures not having access to popularly accepted means of dissemination and validation). Not a future of glory (there is no "success" or "future" on the outside). So? It is evident that the independent artist dedicates the life to the art for reasons unknown and incomprehensible for the majority.


         Borges says, quoting Carlyle, "All human work is despicable, but its execution is not." It is about doing, of the execution, of the creative process by the creation itself, independent of the result and of eventual benefits. Do. Just for the doing. Art is a constant present, a catch of time, an eternal in the meantime.


         The independent artist is probably so busy creating that he does not have time to pay attention to Mr. Market. And the market can´t forgive that indifference.



                                         Buenos Aires, December 21, 2016