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Over the last few years, a number of startups have begun to tackle the musty old industry that surrounds fine art. While approaches vary, they all in some way seek to capitalize on the Web’s ability to level the playing field, leveraging digital technologies to make art more accessible to a broader range of consumers. Paddle8 , Artsy , Zazzle , and Art.com , for example, are all taking steps to democratize the purchase, discovery, and enjoyment of art by bringing it online. In August 2010, Boston-based TurningArt launched its own unique spin on the democratization of art commerce with a Netflix-esque model that allows any and all to “rent” and enjoy contemporary art. To support its mission to transform the way people buy artwork, the startups is today announcing that it has raised $1.5 million in funding from a number of institutional and angel investors.
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Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. La Biennale Artifices est une biennale dédiée à la création en arts numériques , qui a connu quatre éditions de 1990 à 1996 dans la ville de Saint-Denis , en France . Éditions [ modifier ]
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Kowalski . Piotr Kowalski , né le 2 mars 1927 en Pologne et décédé le 7 janvier 2004 à Paris à l'âge de 76 ans, était un sculpteur , mathématicien et architecte . Biographie [ modifier ] Piotr Kowalski À dix-huit ans il quitte son pays et voyage en Europe et en Amérique du Sud.
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Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Lewis . Percy Wyndham Lewis ( 18 novembre 1882 – 7 mars 1957 ) était un peintre et un écrivain britannique mais né canadien . Il fut un des fondateurs du mouvement vorticiste dans l'art, et édita le journal vorticiste BLAST (deux numéros). Ses romans comprennent Tarr , qui se passe à Paris avant la Première Guerre mondiale , et The Human Age , une trilogie qui comprend The Childermass (1928), Monstre Gai et Malign Fiesta (tous les deux en 1955), situés dans l'au-delà. Lewis avait commencé un quatrième volume de The Human Age , The Trial of Man , mais il le laissa à l'état de fragments au moment de sa mort.
АРТГИД — выставки, аукционы, новости, интервью, спецпроекты, фоторепортажи, расследования, блоги, аналитика41 20 March 2013 “Uncle Sam Draws Himself.” The “Krokodil” and “Pepper” art journals from the 1950s Marina Sokolovskaya, art critic and curator employed at the Belinsky Library, studied the issues of these journals from the 1950s and compiled a collective portrait of the Western modernist of those years, created in the interpretation of such a collective Soviet everyman. 433 30 November 2012 Igor Mukhin: “These people gave me a gift.”
Ai Weiwei, ‘Sunflower Seeds’, 2010 Hong Yi, ‘Ai Weiwei portrait’, 2011 Charlotte Moth, ‘Behind every surface there is a mystery, a hand that might emerge…’, 2009 LG Williams, ‘(Don’t Panic Yet!) That’s A Nightmare Or Perhaps Not — Or, Excuse Me! Excuse Me!
first image digital artwork sold at online gallery s[edition] shown on smartphones the electronic art has a watermark embedded into its makeup, allowing it to be tracked. when a piece is bought, it comes with a certificate of authentication signed by the artist, giving the buyers the chance to eventually become collectors. the digital proof of ownership is only viewable in the 'vault' section of the site, keeping all interactions digital. a full HD video comes with each piece purchased, adding a new dimension to the works which is unique to the medium. however, it can only be viewed with a downloadable iPad app which is available for free. when a buyer agrees to the conditions of purchase outlined, it ensures that it is only for personal use. 'forever' by tim noble and sue webster shown on a television the entire concept brings up the question of the role of art in our daily lives. is the technological impact on the medium
You can access and view your art any time, any place, anywhere. All purchased editions are stored for you in your Vault. Think of your Vault as free online storage for your art collection. Your Vault lets you view in high resolution, download images, check your Certificate and send your art to your iPad, Blackberry, connected TV or any other connected device. With our free apps for iPhone and iPad, viewing your art could not be easier.
This week, the art world gave birth to a new platform called Sedition , which aims to create a marketplace for limited edition digital artworks. It has signed up some impressive names, including Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin and Shepard Fairey. These artists will produce pieces in editions of between 2,000 and 10,000, which are numbered, signed and sold for between £5 and £500, with Sedition taking a cut of the revenue. The platform aims to encourage people who might not be able to afford these artists' original pieces to become collectors of digital editions which they can access via their mobiles, tablets, PCs and connected TVs. With each purchase comes a certificate of authenticity, which -- crucially -- entitles the owner to resell the works at a later date if they so wish.
Cern has launched a programme that aims to bring together artists and physicists at its laboratory near Geneva. Collide@Cern -- which falls into a wider Cern policy for engaging with the arts called Great Arts for Great Science -- is a three-month residency programme for artists to be mentored by leading scientists, supported by a stipend of €10,000. The head of Cern's arts programme, Ariane Koek, said: "The arts touch the parts that science alone cannot reach and vice versa. Collide@Cern gives Cern, artists and scientists the opportunity to engage in creative collisions that can occur when these two areas of human creativity and ingenuity come together." The first part of the scheme -- Prix Ars Electronica -- was launched in August at digital arts festival Ars Electronica .
first image section of 'praça cantão, communidade da santa marta', 2010, rio de janeiro, brazil image © favela painting project photo by designboom as part of the 2011 shenzhen hong kong biennale's program (SZHK), dutch art collective haas&hahn (jeroen koolhaas and dre urhahn) who founded the favela painting project , curated and presented an exhibition of their initiative's work, which aims at turning public urban spaces in communities facing social difficulties into monumental works of art. the art of favela painting is not about cosmetically 'camouflaging' an area, but rather rejuvenating deprived areas of a city and creating a positive social effect on the general district at hand. it is a means of imagination and rethinking, redesigning and rebranding a community at whole.
first image 'bloomberg pavilion' by akihisa hirata architecture office, tokyo, japan photo © takumi ota images courtesy of akihisa hirata architecture office + museum of contemporary art tokyo currently on display, the 'bloomberg pavilion', an outdoor installation designed by japanese practice akihisa hirata architecture office will become a stage for changing exhibitions for the museum of contemporary art tokyo in japan. placed within the entrance plaza, the construct will become a symbol for the museum. a collaborative initiative with financial information provider bloomberg , the project intends to increase exposure to culture and art by allowing young artists and performers from the city to hold solo exhibits.
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the work of vancouver-based french artist nicolas sassoon makes use of computer-based aesthetics to generate fantasized visions of architectures, landscapes and domestic environments to bring viewers into a trance. his work benefits from stylized pseudo-retro aesthetics, characterized by bright colors, moving patterns, and bitmap quality. the undulating pixels, through their disorienting movement, may create in viewers a sense of anxiety, a concern that their computer screens might have stopped working. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>