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Staedtler Luna watercolour pencils 48 Shades Review

Hey guys :D
I have some exciting news! I finally bought myself the Staedtler Luna watercolour pencils in the 48 shades pack! If you’ve read my review on the Faber-Castell Grip watercolour pencils, then you’d know that I did indeed have this set of 48 shades before but my sisters lost it at school. 390 more words


Sonorous and Wistful: Siobhan Hodge reviews "Forgiving Night for Day" by Jacobus Capone

“Forgiving Night for Day” is showing at PICA, Northbridge from 18 February to 16 April.

Australian artist Jacobus Capone’s latest installation at PICA has its roots in Lisbon, responding to both a Portuguese musical tradition and the Portuguese term, “saudade”, which reflects deep nostalgia and a longing for people. 572 more words

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Richard Mosse: Incoming at the Barbican

Incoming is the new video art installation at the Barbican’s Curve. Challenging the boundaries between art and documentary, the work is the result of a collaboration between the Irish conceptual documentary photographer and Deutsche Börse photography Prize Winner Richard Mosse with composer Ben Frost and cinematographer Trevor Tweeten. 483 more words



This article was originally published by PETRIe Inventory at http://www.petrieinventory.com/introducing-markus-kasemaa

Interview with the artist: http://www.petrieinventory.com/keeping-up-with-kasemaa/


Markus Kasemaa is a contemporary Estonian artist, with a background in philosophy and painting, dedicated to creating art that drags viewers out of what they knew to be normal, comfortable, or pleasant. 311 more words

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Women Artists: A Conversation and Gluck at the Fine Art Society

The Fine Art Society, known for being prolific when it comes to exhibitions, are simultaneously displaying not one, not two, but three sets of works celebrating historical and contemporary female artists. 663 more words


Revolution: Russian Art 1917–1932 at the Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts’ new exhibition marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution charts the development of art through a unique 15-year period in Russian history: following the 1917 October Revolution, fresh opportunities were opened up for a new proletarian art to be developed for the Soviet State, allowing a diverse array of work to flourish until Stalin’s violent suppression of the avant garde in 1932. 450 more words


Art in Wyoming

Yes, I’m biased, but this is an informative, thoughtful review of the 17th Annual Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition in Wyoming written by my wife, Jennifer. It was published in WyoFile per the link. 13 more words