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Conoce al artista: Juan Pablo

In 2015, I had the pleasure of mentoring a young UADY student named Braulio Medina Loría who was studying to be a translator. In my desire to start posting stories to Yomimiyo in español, I reached out to Braulio for help. 940 more words


Six (free) exhibitions to see this November

If you’ve missed out on accomplishing your Inktober challenge, you might want to start finding your muse to rock it out next time around. Nevertheless, this November is an exciting month for the Art and Culture scene in Hong Kong. 587 more words

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Out from the sidelines: Hong Kong’s growing art scene

Once thought of as a culture for only the sophisticated art critics, art and its presence is surfacing on the minds and interests of Hong Kong’s youth.  494 more words

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[KOKO architects] Skåpet, Norwegian Trust-based Off-grid Lodges for Hikers

Very Norwegian minimalistic yet sturdy eco-friendly cabins with off-grid operation; water comes from a nearby lake, heating and sauna comes from wood-burning, electricity comes from solar panel array. 330 more words


The Hummingbird

I came across my old sketch books when I was sorting through the cupboard in my room. It reminded me of how much I loved art growing up. 167 more words


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Chinese calligraphy letter sets new auction record

16 May 2016

  • An 11th Century letter has set a new record price for a work of Chinese calligraphy, fetching 207m yuan ($32m; £22m) at an auction in Beijing.
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Rodolfo Baeza: Revisited

In Rodolfo Baeza there is something different, something else entirely: the expression of an idea so powerful, the model being represented becomes of secondary importance. The character, acquiring another texture is no longer solely a portrait; his face is not static, but almost immediately an image.

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