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Posts Tagged ‘art’

Art: Sneha Subramanian Kanta

 

Masterpiece damaged in National Gallery attack

PA photo   By Hazel Speed Why is it, I wonder, that periodically we hear of people trying to scar, or intend to damage beyond repair, great works of art in famous public galleries?

Art: Fractalverses

By Harshal Desai

Editorial: Tuck Magazine 2016

    Tuck Magazine had a record breaking 2016, publishing an increased number of articles as each month progressed, easily surpassing the achievements of the year before.

Art: The Magic of the Swarms

By Albrecht Behmel The Magic of the Swarms is a series of paintings by award-winning artist and writer Albrecht Behmel. In contemporary art, style and innovation are everything. A unique way to conjure endless elegant designs, The Magic of the Swarms merges individual forms of animals into hypnotic conglomerates of colours and shapes.

Miles Davis on canvas

By Hazel Speed Like so many people, I was of course familiar with the great Jazz trumpeter Miles Davis.

The All Encapsulating Appeal of Art

National Gallery   By Hazel Speed Whenever time affords, I love going into The National Gallery which overlooks Trafalgar Square, London.

Self Made Hero

By Hazel Speed In general terms graphic novels in former years were not easy on the older eye – the art was too busy but then again they were aimed for the youth of the day, not me.

Banksy

Banksy   By Hazel Speed It is ‘a given fact’ we are all intrigued as to who Banksy is and I am even more curious than most for a different reason, but will probably never know the truth.

Photography, who sees what…cascading short thoughts

Bayo Omoboriowo   By Fatimah Bakare-Dickson   Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything – Aaron Siskind In marking the world photography day, which was marked a few days ago, I decided not […]

Poetry Is No Longer A Commercial Art

By Micheal Ace If the total amount earned in a year by an experienced and acclaimed poet cannot commensurate with what an upcoming artist earns at a single musical show, then it should be unarguable that poetry is no more a commercial art.

Poetry

with Dorina Costras   By Anca Mihaela Bruma

The importance of sketches

By Valentina Viskovic Sketch, the ability to express actions, space and time throughout a single drawing. One of the first steps in the creative process that carries a multitude of unknowns that needs to be developed, the foundation from which everything else arises.

Sir George Martin

By Anthony Jenkins Following the recent death of ‘Fifth Beatle’ Sir George Martin, artist Anthony Jenkins paints his own thoughts on the man 

Visual Poetry

By Alexander Limarev

The clock is ticking – only 5 days until the ALL2016 callout closes!

Tom Hackett & Julian Woodcock ‘100 yard stare’ By Sara Lerota Following the success of the Art Language Location festival ALL2015, there are high expectations for ALL2016 and the festival committee hopes not only to reach but to exceed them too!

The Garbage Revolution

By Cecilia Sandroni With The Garbage Revolution Rodolfo Lacquaniti presents himself to the public with the language of total art: installations, video-art, painting, performance, music, photography, words, gestures, live arts and poetry.

Maintain the rage: Rob Harle on Zen and Art

Finger Pointing At The Moon – pencil drawing Rob Harle   A long conversation with Sunil Sharma

Belgrade contemporary art scene: 9 solo exhibitions at The House of King Peter the 1st

Entrance gate of The House of king Peter I in Belgrade By Sara Lerota Nine solo exhibitions were held at The House of King Peter 1st in Belgrade during December of 2015. Nine little universes, nine lives streched along the walls of the house that saw and heard so many lives before us. Nine separate […]

Interview with Artist Kenji Lim

Sara Lerota talks to award winning artist Kenji Lim about his work:

Art show to mark the Golden Jubilee of Russian Centre in New Delhi

By Jose Kalathil An exhibition of works by well-known Russian artist, Olga Okuneva, is on until 14 December as part of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Russian Centre of Science and Culture (RCSC), in New Delhi.

Interview with contemporary Artist Asya Eutykh

By Saida Panesh Asya Eutykh is the seamstress of gold and the gunsmith woman-master from Adygea. People justifiably name her ‘Golden-armed’. She is one of the few gunsmith women-masters from Caucasus that reveals the ancient secrets of silver molding, blackening and gilding.

Tuck Magazine 2015

  Tuck Magazine had a record breaking 2015, publishing an increased number of articles as each month progressed, easily surpassing the achievements of the year before.

JANUARY ART

                      Introduction by Michael Organ   Bruce Maxwell’s art shines in the past of future living, his rich Maori heritage looking to a new everyday beginning. Ever present the boldness of colour blazes, from the intense brightness of nature’s bloom to the darkness hiding in […]

NOVEMBER ART

                        Introduction by Michael Organ    Ian MacIntyre’s art centres on the memory of experience, each showing the artist’s own everyday in a new light. Shades selected, be they paling yellow amid beaming green to piple blue rising above its own, paint perfectly the […]

AUGUST ART

                         Introduction by Michael Organ   Hassan ‘Majeshi’ Msaka’s art lives and breathes in musical colours, each its own song singing. Art alive to feeling, true interpretation of the soul, Majeshi allows us to become a part of, from the inside looking back in. […]

JULY ART

                      Introduction  by Michael Organ     Joy Jo’s art explodes to the eye, drawing the viewer to a world in mirrored staring. Its vibrancy true, colours breathe their own light on civilisation’s next and last. Live within the image moving.

Who’s next?

By Sarah Pedramnia For a while I have been observing the response to the recently bought painting Amedeo Modigiliani’s ‘Nu couché‘ (1917-18), the second highest price painting at auction, sold for U$ 170.000.000.

DECEMBER ART

                      Introduction by Michael Organ   Volkan Diyaroglu’s art examines the experience of a parallel everyday, its inner sky alight in esoteric expression. Colours combine to sing as one creating a new world and idea within, audibly visible to eyes only open. Everything to everybody […]

The Painter of Modern Life

  By Robert Kilborn It was my friend Margaret van Dyck the painter who told me about the Chinese artist who, when a patron visited him in his studio to buy a painting, would without looking up from his work gesture towards the finished canvases leaning against the studio walls. And then, when his patron […]