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Photographer Borcher & Designer Lomholdt Created Their Own World

Out of black - Borcher & Lomholdt are two playmates who found each other back in 2011. Maria Lomholdt worked as a photographer and Christina Borcher as fashion and costume designer. They soon found out that together they could be something unique and quickly became known for creating fairytales designed in images and installations. Their main focus was initially in part...

Horrific Details Of The Creation The Legendary Paintings of Theodore Gericault ‘The Study for The Raft of the Medusa’. 1818-1819.

What is a creative meal for sure know the famous artist Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault. The wizard was for many years in search of a single topic that would allow him to create a masterpiece of his artistic collection. And one fateful day fate gave the artist a chance to perform what he want. In June 1816 off the...

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art Has Created A New Prize For Emerging Artists

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead, England, announced today that it has created a new prize for emerging artists. Given out every two years to four artists, the award provides each winner £25,000 (about $31,500) toward creating new work and a £5,000 ($6,300) artist fee. The winners will also be featured in a 13-week group exhibition at the museum. The jury for the...

On Bondi Beach Appears A Translucent Sculpture That Merges With the Horizon

Recently on view as part of Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi, this unusual figurative sculpture by artist Alessandra Rossi seems to have captured the imagination of many, becoming one of the most popular pieces of this year’s exhibition. Titled Untitled (coral), Rossi says the piece depicting a solitary young girl in a dress is inspired in part by...

George Eastman House Becomes The George Eastman Museum

The George Eastman House, the Rochester, New York, photography and cinema museum, announced today that it will henceforth be known as the George Eastman Museum. They have also launched a new website, eastman.org. Bruce Barnes, the Ron and Donna Fielding Director, said in a statement, “The three-part mission of the George Eastman Museum remains leadership in the fields of photography and...

Rubik Cube Art

Art made using Rubik's cubes.  Largest Rubik's Cube Mosaic consisting of 85,794 Cubes built in Macau, China. This Mural won the 2013 Guinness World Record.  Have a look at the video, it is impressive. Construction of the Rubik's cubes Mural in Macau, China. Generations - 40,000 Cubes. Musicians from different types of music backgrounds. The Hand Of God - 12,090 cubes 2012...

LEGO Vehicles Filled The Streets Of Rome

Italian photographer domenico franco has dreamt up a series of surreal scenarios that sees LEGO vehicles parked around the ancient streets of rome. For this personal project, franco has seamlessly integrated larger-than-life LEGO lamborghinis, helicopters, tractor trailers, And camper vans making their way through the italian capital’s cobblestone roads and parking in front of the world’s most famous architectural landmarks. ‘A walk in the...

Paper Dome installation by YokYok and Ulysse Lacoste in Beirut, Lebanon

As part of the Art in Motion exhibition, sculptors YokYok and Ulysse Lacoste collaborate with architectural students from Beirut to create the Paper Dome installation. Art in Motion is a non-profit organisation, committed to establish a cultural dialogue through art in public space. The exhibition offers a thoughtful recollection of Lebanon’s past and present , as well as honouring...

When An Accident Is Better Than Fine Art

In an effort to create a masterpiece, some artists kill for many years to the study of art. But there are times when it is enough only to accidentally drop paint — and the picture that cuold be exhibit in the best galleries of the world. Sometimes even the most beautiful works is just excident. The guy mixed the paint...

The Mystery Behind Van Gogh’s Severed Ear

cember 23rd, 1888: something sends Vincent Van Gogh into a manic fit, and he cuts off his own ear with a razor blade. He then wraps up the severed lobe and proceeds to gift it to a prostitute at a local brothel. Art historians have long been unsure of what exactly provoked this pivotal moment in the artist’s life, but recently discovered evidence gives rise...

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