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Ballad of Midas [Song]

I lack an understanding as to why any country needs an army – naïve I know – but honestly, has there been any war fought that can be justified on all levels? 253 more words


Elbe's Milk Bar by Tim Barlow - Art Review

Common Ground Hutt Public Art Festival

3rd March – 7th March 2015

By Sarah Kennedy

Ten artists from across New Zealand have been selected in this year’s 2015 Common Ground Hutt Public art festival to show their work to the public in Lower Hutt. 325 more words

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Fragmented Mirror Works by Anish Kapoor - Art Review

By Jesse Bowling

Kapoor’s mirror works are large sculptures by artist Anish Kapoor. They are large, concave stainless steel discs made from many shapes.

Fragmented mirrors reflect the institution literally upside down. 513 more words

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Barely Imagined Beings

Proto Gallery: April 11th- May 17th

66 Willow Ave, Hoboken, NJ 07030

Curated by Michelle Doll and Dina Brodsky

Reviewed By Greg Coffey

Barely Imagined Beings is a smartly curated and visually seductive show at Hoboken’s Proto Gallery.  669 more words

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Self-Portrait with Two Circles by Rembrandt (1659-1660)

If the aim of self-portraiture is defined as the production of a painting displaying  perfect likeness to one’s physical self, Rembrandt van Rijn was a master of this medium for much of his artistic life. 414 more words

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Cecil John Rhodes: Shadows and Graffitied phrases.

 Everyone has a different reason for seeing it. A message on their phone, forcing them to look down. A friend dropping something. A hot guy sitting alongside it. 788 more words


Feminism in the art world

George Baselitz famously stated that ‘women can’t paint and the market proves it’ (Baselitz’s in Clark, 2013). This document will further investigate his claim in an attempt to give context to a fairly shocking opinion. 741 more words

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