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Artists call the shots

Article by Pac Pobric

“I conquer freedom; I save the independence of art.” So Gustave Courbet, the self-proclaimed “proudest and most arrogant man in France”, described his decision to skirt participation in the French state-sponsored Exposition Universelle in 1855 and install, instead, an independent tent full of his own paintings just outside the expo’s doors on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. 1,333 more words

Contemporary Art

How A Career Can Muddy Up A Painter’s Dream Forest

A Very Short Story I Wrote Just Now Before My Second Cup of Coffee About My Fall From Grace As A Painter

Finally! I have been contractually released from my indentured servitude. 405 more words

A Story About My Uncle

There isn’t very many puzzle-like plat-former games that I like, but I did enjoy this one. The story of the game is that you are a nephew of your uncle, of course, its in the title. 154 more words

Eva Barois De Caevel Wins ICI's 2014 Independent Vision Curatorial Award

Eva Barois De Caevel has been named the recipient of Independent Curators International’s 2014 Independent Vision Curatorial Award. The biannual award is given each year to an emerging international curator who shows promise in their exhibition making. 149 more words

Independent Curators International