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  • Shadows from the past
    on Sep 30, 2010 in All entries Art
    Baranga have studied psychology and Hebrew literature, but in the end art would be his true calling. After completion of the university began art at Bet Berl College and further Shkedi Yael school craft . Since then he has continued some of the mos...
  • Flashes in my dreams
    on Sep 29, 2010 in All entries Art
    When you dream there are no borders, no limits of the mind in the usual and ordinary stop. Therefore, if the creative artist has his magic, and it creates unique works of art that the end result often looks like scenes that you can find in your dream...
  • Paper crafts and beyond
    on Sep 28, 2010 in All entries Art
    When people say: "Paper Sculpture" usually means that it is a bas-relief sculpture in paper. In the example of the relief is the most common image on coins. They do not recognize shapes by color or lines, but created the shadow on the uneven surface...
  • A samurai at Chateau de Versailles
    on Sep 27, 2010 in All entries Art
    “For a Japanese like me, the Château de Versailles is one of the greatest symbols of Western history. It is the emblem of an ambition for elegance, sophistication and art that most of us can only dream of. Of course, we are aware that the spark th...
  • Changing Impressions
    on Sep 26, 2010 in All entries Art
    He drew the attention of the international world of art at the Venice Biennale in 2005. His sculptural work is often very intelligent concepts with entertaining performance married. His work is instantly recognizable, some of you for the size and the...
  • Biomimicry
    on Sep 23, 2010 in All entries Art
    From the forests in Germany to the endangered coral reefs, Anneliese Vobis' projects are process-oriented investigations of natural systems. It focuses on real output and the concepts of change and impermanence. Through repetition of this principle,...
  • Abstract photography
    on Sep 22, 2010 in Photography All entries Art
    Abstract photography can produce spectacular images. It is not in our original sense of form, color and curves, how it works in detail. The problem is that most photographers think in terms of detail in the assessment of the photographic opportunitie...
  • Tower Snake
    on Sep 21, 2010 in All entries Art
    In Gladstone Gallery, Paris-based Chinese artist has in Huang Yong Ping created a bamboo hut-cum-theater, through which visitors can spiral assuming your way to the top, it's not with heels. Tower Snake is a skeleton, covered walkway with w...
  • Critical Mass
    on Sep 20, 2010 in All entries Art
    Kilian Rüthemann country practice his interest in the materials. For Exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art,his critical analysis of the notion of sculpture is obvious in a variety of specific locations and architecture Interventions. Much les...
  • Digital Manipulation
    on Sep 19, 2010 in All entries Art
    Photo manipulation has contemporary artists, spreading their dreams, visions and ideas allowed on a work of art. Computer technology has facilitated the work of artists and opens up new possibilities for creativity. In addition to technology are the...
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