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The Possibilities of Impossible Realities: The Creations of Emmanuel “Eman” Servito *

The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche allegedly said that, “Art is not merely an imitation of the reality of nature, but in truth a metaphysical supplement to the reality of nature, placed alongside thereof for its conquest.” 644 more words

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Modality of the Visible

I sat outside A-Space for almost 4 hours. Maybe three people stopped to more than glance at my art. I thought about that post on the time one needs to see, to actually see, a work of art. 146 more words


The Red Hair - Portrait of Miss Davison by Sir John Everett Millais

Porcelain cheeks, chubby little arms, and round dark eyes like marbles. Miss Davison poses with the discipline and the confidence of an adult. As she plays and learns all day long, her tutors, instructed by her parents, give her the highest level of education, including outstanding behaviour, good manners, and impeccable posture. 353 more words


Critical bonds

I’ll admit, there is a lot I hate about the Irish artworld. I hate the fact that most of the people in it are broke, and are not at all rewarded for the work that they do; I hate the sheer quantity of art, and the knowledge that I can never see it all. 727 more words


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