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Art TV Station for Video Art, Film & Music

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Biography - Karel Appel Foundation Born in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on April 25th. As a young artist he is influenced by Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass and later by Comte de Lautréamont's The Songs of Maldoror and the teachings of Krishnamurti. Studies at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Amsterdam. Visits Denmark, where he meets the Danish painters who will later become members of the Cobra group.

Loving Vincent: The First Feature-Length Painted Animation Will Explore the Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh Currently in production at Oscar-winning studio BreakThru Films, Loving Vincent will be the first feature-length animated film made solely through hand-painted canvases. The movie will examine the life of post-Impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh and the circumstances surrounding his violent and mysterious death some 123 years ago. Understandably, the production for Loving Vincent is no easy task and requires the help of 70 (!) painters who will help create the numerous hand-painted oil canvases required to bring the story to life. The team is currently appealing to the public on Kickstarter to help raise funds to complete the movie.

design + research Burble Note: The two projects, Sky Ear and Burble, have only one thing in common: the use of custom-designed electronics and LED lights inside of balloons. Technically, conceptually and practically, the two projects are otherwise completely different. The Burble has appeared in various incarnations over its history: Open Burble, Burble London, Burble Dubai, Burble Phish/Mini Burble, Control.Burble.Remote. Open Burble The first Burble ever, launched at the open ceremonies of the Singapore Biennale 2006, was known as Open Burble and consisted of a 15 storey structure designed, assembled and controlled by members of the public.

Design Observer John Foster has been a longtime collector of self-taught art and vernacular photography, as well as an artist, designer, and art curator. His collection of anonymous, found snapshots has toured the country for over five years and has been reviewed and featured in Harper’s Magazine, Newsweek Online, Phaidon, SF Gate, The Village Voice and many others. In 2005, Art & Antiques magazine named John one of the “Top 100 Collectors” in the United States. John currently serves on the Board of Trustees for SPACES, an organization dedicated to saving and preserving arts and cultural environments; and is an Advisory Board Member of the Folk Art Society of America. Artists London Heart Top Floor 100 De Beauvoir Road London N1 4EN T Tel 020 7254 5558 F Fax 020 7923 4791 info@heartagency.com Google map

ORLAN OFFICIAL WEBSITE / SITE OFFICIEL D'ORLAN Exhibition : from the 7th of June to the 22th of September 2013 The Collection as a Character M HKA, Antwerp, Belgium Curators : Anders Kreuger and Nav Haq Art on Screen: A Conversation with Agnès Varda Archival Program Information For current Research Institute events, please see The Getty Event Calendar Sunday, November 3, 2013 2:00–4:00 p.m. Harold M. Williams Auditorium, The Getty Center For over 50 years, Agnès Varda, the grandmother of the French New Wave, has reimagined the possibilities of cinema. Using her personal history, relationships, and travels as inspiration, Varda expands the documentary genre beyond the screen to the gallery and museum.

Networked Art: 10 projects using real time data- Postscapes These 10 networked art projects show the many ways that using real-time data like weather, pollution sensors, wave monitoring and all the other outputs that are streaming around us can be used to visualize and engage our environment in new ways. 1) eCLOUD Project: Image: spencer lowell and www.ecloudproject.comInstalled in the San Jose International Airport eCLOUD is a permanent art work by Aaron Koblin, Nik Hafermaas and Dan Goods. It is constructed from polycarbonate tiles that fade in between transparent and opaque states and are controlled by real time weather from NOAA from locations around the world. This data is used to create a simulation representing weather from any of the international locations by turning the individual tiles on and off in a certain pattern. The simulation is visualized within the cloud sculpture as well as on a dynamic display placed at eye level in the terminal.View the process, technology and additional details about the project here.2) Living Light:

Adorably Awkward Cards by Emily McDowell I have a confession. I have been obsessed with Emily McDowell's illustrations ever since I laid eyes on them. This woman has the most hilarious sense of humor I have found on the Internet in a very long, long time. Get Inspired – Typography Typography is thought to be the art, the craft and techniques of type design.  In typography, text is not just being used to help transmit the message but it carries out the message on its own and some artist have made outstanding pieces of work using type as the key element of their composition. So, for inspiration purpose  and for your viewing pleasure, we  bring you some examples of typography posters along with  some innovative motion graphics videos. Typography Posters

Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner: Rare Photos, 1949 Is he the greatest living painter in the United States? That was the direct, provocative question asked in an August 1949 LIFE magazine article that helped cement Jackson Pollock’s reputation. It was a question Pollock spent much of the rest of his life struggling to answer — while desperately hoping to show the skeptics why LIFE was right to even ask such a monumental question in the first place. As the single most recognizable practitioner of Abstract Expressionism — the movement that put America and, specifically, post-World War II New York at the epicenter of painting’s avant-garde — Pollock was a genuine art star. But he soon abandoned the radical “drip” technique that had earned him both fame and, among some art critics, vilification and spent the last few years of his life battling the twin demons of depression and alcoholism.

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