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Getting amongst it

I have always proffered the benefits and importance of visiting galleries and getting up close and personal with artworks. But recently I have felt this to be true more than ever before. 482 more words

Artcriticism

The Unknown Way - works on paper by JOHN SHEEHAN

John Sheehan
The Unknown Way
February 28 – March 21, 2015

John Sheehan is a mid-career Australian artist whose watercolours and mixed media works on paper express his own particular vision of landscape and memory. 411 more words

Art

Ways of Seeing (part three)

Hey what time is it?

It is John Berger’s Way of Seeing Time.

Episode 3 is here to watch now.

Enjoy

further readings: 

Ways of Seeing: Based on the BBC Television Series

Artists And Artworks

Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams is easily one of the most recognizable names in all of photography. His works encapsulate the beauty, power and size of nature in ways that have inspired photographers and nature-lovers alike for generations. 510 more words

Ansel Adams

Woman in Gold: a World Famous Painting on the Big Screen this Spring 2015

I just found out that the story surrounding Klimt’s Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I  will be depicted in a movie this year!

“Maria has taken on a mission to reclaim a painting of her beloved Aunt the Nazis stole from her family.” 

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Art History

Reverie

Going to the gallery without headphones is a sure way to subject yourself to the painful sound of people trying to demonstrate their cleverness about art history to their miserable companions. 1,234 more words