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Mona Wu: Apolitical Politics by Nicholas P. Fernacz

Chinese art and politics are often inseparable. While propaganda immediately comes to mind, so too do ink landscapes which covertly address political animosity. However, some artists intend to employ technical skill and aesthetics in order to express a complex emotional interiority. 1,766 more words

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Gavin Engholm Brings West Coast Culture to Arkansas

Gavin Engholm is a young artist from San Diego, CA, now living in Bentonville, AR. His goal has always been to spread more creativity in the world, but specifically to bring more west coast culture to Northwest Arkansas. 47 more words


It's Not the Plot, It's the Voice. An Interview with Eric Wilson by Alex Muller

We meet at Tate’s off 4th street. I’m running late, and as I rush from the afternoon sun through the door, the darkness of the bar is almost overwhelming. 4,187 more words


The Unending Stasis of Amnesia by Peter V Dugan

Art: Chuck Giezentanner

1) Breaking News

Like a programmed automaton

              he lurks on the sidelines

just another face

              hidden in the crowd.

He waits with the patience… 206 more words


Chuck Giezentanner and the Pop Industrial Pin-up : By Alex Muller

Chuck Giezentanner and the Pop Industrial Pin-up

By Alex Muller

When I call Chuck Giezentanner to talk about his art, he tells me he used to do male nudes. 324 more words

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Visual Artist Andrew Fansler Interview: Is Art Rewarding? by Blake Tesh

Andrew Fansler is a visual artist living in Winston-Salem, NC. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina Asheville in 2005, and his MFA from the University of Chicago in 2010; however, I know him as a professional student of the Mystery Schools. 723 more words

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