19 October 2012

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Tarpey Gallery Midlands Open Exhibition 2012 Call for Submissions

Midlands Open 2012 is Tarpey Gallery’s annual open submissions exhibition, this year taking place from 24th November – 22nd December 2012. The fourth annual Midlands Open aims to offer a visually stunning and diverse exhibition presenting a dynamic array of artworks from all Contemporary Fine Art disciplines. This years exhibition will feature the very best […]

28 September 2012

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Sponsored Video What Will You Create With Your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Today?

Great creations in history began with a pen, now the new Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 places the power to create great works of art into your hands. This new tablet is head and shoulders above other tablets when using it for graphic design and fine art. It  allows you to write, paint, design, explore and […]

13 September 2012

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What Every Artist Already Knows

LOLA DUTRONIC “Everybody Loves You When You’re Dead” featuring Stephanie B.

11 September 2012

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MA Fine Art Students in their own words

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D1eyGODKEw In this film the MA students talk about their work and theirexperience of the course.   MA Fine Art Show 13 – 16 September 2012   City & Guilds of London Art School proudly presents its2012 MA Fine Art Show. 17 students will show their work in the Georgiansurroundings of the School’s historic site […]

15 August 2012

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Lynx Chaos Island Competition Attracts Likeminded Adventure Seekers – Sponsored Video

Sponsored Video  –  Picture this, a white sandy beach lapped by continuous waves. Palm trees swaying in the breeze at sunset. The taste of salt in your lungs from a busy day of wind surfing. A shower and a squirt of Lynx. This could all be yours, but first lets play a little game. From […]

14 August 2012

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Crisis and Mosaics

   Since late childhood I have been cherishing mosaic art and dreaming of finding a way to practice it until I have met a Greek master mosaicist, Mrs. Magdalene Theocharis (visit www.artabus.com/theocharis) in 2003, and since then she has been teaching me this art until today. As a monumental art comprising a cycle or cycles […]

31 July 2012

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Madge Gill Retrospective, The Nunnery Gallery.

The Nunnery Gallery has re-launched with a new cafe and the first in a series of exhibitions on the infamous Outsider artist Madge Gill. Although her work hangs in permanent Outsider Art collections around the world, this is the first time that her work has been displayed in a solo exhibition for her modern day neighbours.   […]

9 July 2012

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BBC, Queens Diamond Jubilee artist 2012: Arguable one of the strongest emerging artist, ADJANI OKPU-EGBE exhibits at Mok Space Gallery

Event: Exhibition Title:”Letting go” Venue: Mok Space Gallery, 33 Museum Street, Holborn, London WC 1A 1LH Date: 05-27 Sep 2012 ‘A one man show’, arguably one of the strongest solo exhibitions in London this year 24 pieces of outstanding work on display Contact: Adjani 07931887389 Email oklinsman@yahoo.com             www.facebook.com/adjaniokpuegbe

27 June 2012

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Sponsored Video British Airways London Calling Takes To The Streets

“Sponsored Video” – ArtLyst wants to draw your attention to a new video which British Airways has launched to promote their role as media partners in the 2012 Olympics. It includes a soundtrack ,” London Calling” by the notorious Punk Rock band The Clash and shows a BA plane doing a tour of the London […]

31 May 2012

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Spier Award Winner Dave Robertson joins StateoftheArt Online Gallery

StateoftheArt.co.za proudly announces the addition of Dave Robertson’s work to its online gallery. Robertson, an abstract expressionist painter and photographer, is a Spier Contemporary 2010 award winner for his documentary photographic project which focused on informal recyclers in Newtown, Johannesburg. Robertson is a valued member of the StateoftheArt.co.za online community, and we are pleased that […]

15 May 2012

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Reviewed by Sena Lee

                  ID, please! -The artists’ nomadic status, and our everyday encounters– http://10aaa.co.uk   15th of April, 2012, London   ID, Please., at the New Galley London, is an exhibition in which three Korean artists, living in the city, explore issues of identity in relation to their nomadic […]

11 May 2012

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Duchamp Was Here Cool Street Art Banksy?

I found this posted on facebook. It could be a Banksy. Who ever created this piece is a cool artist in every way, shape or form!

4 May 2012

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nation without Theatre is a Dead Nation

Most of the people think that the government alone can shape the destiny of a nation. It might have been true hundred years ago when there was no public awareness, education and there were no civil institutions but in the challenging modern times when the enormous flow of knowledge through information technology and communication has […]

20 April 2012

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Artist Has The Tube In Stitches

  Lucy Sparrrow has lovingly embroidered a giant map of the London Underground. It took the 23-year-old 42 days to create the 9sq m tapestry which is made up of 2,400m (2,625 yards) of thread and 142 buttons. ‘One of the hardest parts was getting the scale right,’ said Miss Sparrow. ‘It was tough fitting […]

20 April 2012

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Heartfelt works put Lucy on artistic map

Young Bath artist Lucy Sparrow is about to hit the big time with the launch of her first solo show in London. Lucy (25), whose family lives at Weston, went to Kingswood School and City of Bath College. She has already taken part in more than a dozen group shows where her works in felt […]

11 April 2012

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braided together review

BHVU Gallery, London 18 February – 18 March 2012 Viviane Blanchard »   Hair, especially long, blond hair, has long been tied to women’s appearance, attractiveness and femininity. In Victorian times, as neck and shoulders were covered up in daytime, hair was the only exposed, visible and distinctively feminine part of a woman’s body. So much […]

10 April 2012

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Heroes and Villains

What a year 2012 is proving to be, London is buzzing with national pride and expectation, pulling out all the stops in an ‘all singing, all dancing’ pageant of propaganda; a cultural retrospective.  Over the bank holiday weekend, my blood was electrified as I worked my way around some key exhibitions in the Capital. The Tate […]

4 April 2012

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Swampy at The Giants Causeway

  As a visiting lecturer at The University of Ulster artist Tom Estes decided to recreate this LIVE ART performance SWAMPY at The Giant’s Causeway on March 22, 2012 The Giant’s Causeway (known as Clochán an Aifir or Clochán na bhFomhórach in Irish) is an area on the coast of Antrim that consists of an […]

29 March 2012

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Lorena Balbinot: a Studio75 Artist

  Lorena Balbinot makes collages and paintings that express her perception of global events that she receives through the mass media, processed and reified into “news product” and then re-authored into art.   Lorena exhibited her collages at Studio75 and has published a limited-edition book of the collages, ”Reality Show(N)” (2012)   Lorena’s recent series […]

20 March 2012

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Eternalkeys: Soundtracks Of Mistery

Eternalkeys is an instrumental Soundtracks Project Created by Italian Modern Composer – Keyboardist Mimmo D’Ippolito (Born 18/12/1982 – Brindisi). Project name mean: “Eternal”: something that will remain, Timeless and shapeless; “Keys”: Abbreviation of the Word Keyboards; a travel between a World of Fantasy, dreams, imagination, Real Sensations and themes of our life: Sorrow, pain, Fear, […]

13 March 2012

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Pop-Up – New Orleans – Phillippo an Phillippop

Phillippo and Phillippo| Art Below | ‘Pop Up’ | New Orleans | February 2012    The big idea of the Pop-Up campaign was to integrate ‘art’ into the festivities of New Orleans using unorthodox methods and celebrate culture. Flanking the parade routes of the Mardi Gras and displayed throughout the city were 20ft x 16ft original […]

29 February 2012

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David Shrigley’s “Brain Activity”

The first major show in the UK of David Shrigley’s work at the Hayward Gallery is exciting, not least of all because of the variety of mediums in the exhibition. From animations to sculpture, framed drawings to paintings, one really gets a sense of the artist’s mind and ability to bring his outrageous and humorous […]

20 February 2012

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Intervistë me artistin Shefqet Avdush Eminin 2012

    Bota Sot 2012   Nga Kosova në atdheun e Rembrandit, e prej aty, në galeritë më me nam të botës Faruk Tasholli Intervistë me piktorin Shefqet Avdush Emini Ateletë e Akademisë së Arteve të Universitetit të Prishtinës në ato ndërtesa përdhese që ruanin vjetërsinë e kryeqytetit hapësirave universitare ku po lëshomnte shtat Biblioteka, […]

20 February 2012

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Shefqet Avdush Emini In 2011

  Amsterdam, November 2011, Ina Eskes MA of Art history Shefqet Avdush Emini Shefqet Avdush Emini, an international recognized artist, is born in Davidovc in Kosovo on 2 June 1957. He studied Visual Arts as a young man at the Art Academy in Pristina (Kosovo) and worked, after finishing his education, as an artist and […]

20 February 2012

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Shefqet Avdush Emini Acryl paintings

              01.Untitled Acryl on wood 72×92 Year: 2008 SOLD 02.Untitled Acryl on wood 72×92 Year: 2008 Price €5000 03.Untitled Acryl on wood 59×78 Year: 2008 04.Untitled Acryl on wood 42×60 Year: 2008 05.Untitled Acryl on wood 72×92 Year: 2008 Price €5000 06.Untitled Acryl on wood 72×92 Year: 2008 Price […]

11 February 2012

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Mirgrations-Tate Britain

Migrations: Journey into British Art: Tate Britain Gallery 2 31st January -12 August 2012 www.tate.org.uk/tickets/ Migrations: Journey into British Art is crated by a group of Tate Curators headed by Lizzie Carey Thomas:  Tate Britain Presents an exhibition called Migrations exploring how British Art has been shaped by Migration. It demonstrates the very rich diversity […]

8 January 2012

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Arts Zine Open Submissions

Please contact me should you wish to make a submission for the 2012 edition of my arts zine ‘Playerist’, on the theme of artifice. facebook.com/Playerist slidel@hotmail.co.uk

5 January 2012

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US Car Giant Promotes Young Film Makers

Chevrolet and MoFilm competition make it happen Chevrolet, the US car brand and MoFilm a global organisation which inspires film-makers to create videos for big brands and social causes have Joined forces to sponsor a competition to inspire young film makers to promote the introduction of seven new Chevrolet cars to the European market. The […]

27 December 2011

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Heineken Srengthen Their UK Performance

Watch brand new Heineken beer party video Here As the UK’s leading brewer and cider maker, Heineken draws on centuries of experience to produce a range of Britain’s best loved beers and ciders. The Brewer is passionate about our brands but equally passionate about being a responsible and sustainable business.Heineken are strengthening their performance by […]

23 December 2011

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The only Tax you pay on losses

For the collector looking to include new European Artists in his collection, the Artists Resale Rights are a deterrent. A collector may purchase at £10,000 pay the 4% (£400) then later, when that artists 15 minutes are up, sell at £6000 . At which stage the artist’s agents will claim another 4% (£240). The collector will have […]

21 December 2011

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The Calendar of Things: The Wellcome Collection

An object used in the Live Art performance ‘Cake Hole’ by Tom Estes has been allocated a specific date – 09 December 2011-     See if you can find it. http://www.wellcomecollection.org/whats-on/exhibitions/things/calendar.aspx?month=11           The Calendar of Things at The Wellcome Collection. In response to the call to update Henry Wellcome’s curious collection, […]

21 December 2011

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Swampy at the Thames Barrier

On the 18th of December, 2011 a strange creature was seen on the banks of the river Thames in London. The creature, appearing out of nowhere, climbed up from the mud flats and was last spotted entering the Thames Barrier Park… The performance SWAMPY  by Tom Ests took place at The Thames Barrier and was staged on December 18, […]