• Sisko Ruskokivi-Runeberg

      Monday, 7 March 2011 12:51

      ”To describe, verbalize – such movements which have such of unpredictable meanings – is a labyrinth” My painting is a mystery to me. I have made it spontaneously through intuition, almost unintentionally, directly conceived from the depth of my creative unconscious. I get a profound contentment and joy by painting in this free way. To […]

    • Therese Grosswiele

      Monday, 7 March 2011 12:46

      “Can they offer a new point of view? Can they sum up complex information or outline new approaches?” The most interesting artists’ works make one curious about what is behind or about what is inside. So works on social and/or political dimensions make one curious about whether they can launch changes in the perspective of […]

    • Pedro Yaba

      Monday, 7 March 2011 12:40

      “I started drawing when I was five year old on the sand; nobody ever showed me how to draw.” I was born in Luanda the capital of Angola in Africa. I started drawing when I was five year old on the sand; nobody ever showed me how to draw.During my school time, I was drawing […]

    • Pablo Sebastián Pisacco

      Monday, 7 March 2011 12:35

      “Join the worn surfaces of the real and continue to resist.” The Work of the future. Build small scenes, snippets of reality tear. Then, work on the surface of the material. Telling stories, minimal frames of shared experiences. The experience of walking clichés and marginal; again, possible scenarios and simple awaiting occupants. Renewed tradition of handicrafts in a contemporary context […]

    • Mariana Cornea

      Monday, 7 March 2011 12:28

      “Her works are informal but also inclined to more demanding communication.” Mariana Cornea is an artist who projected her paintings into a European dimension and beyond. Following her studies in Cluj, she studied in Vienna where she currently lives and works. She also lived in Italy for a long time, where she had many exhibitions.Her […]

    • Lo Maalue Lynghoj

      Monday, 7 March 2011 12:19

      “Lo’s paintings are composed with a sublime glance of harmony and color composition and carried out with refinement and expertise.” Lo’s paintings have captured inspiration from her nearby surroundings and from travels around the world. The result is an interesting combination of international elements in relation to the adventurous, imaginary and still very down to […]

    • Duda Penteado

      Monday, 7 March 2011 11:11

      “(Penteado) is able to produce unique images that draw on all of these diverse cultural and historical sources while providing novel, fresh, and compelling visions…” According to the revolutionary Brazilian educator and pedagogical theorist, Paulo Freire, the ideal aim of education is to be the “practice of freedom, the means by which men and women […]

    • Jeannie Simms LG

      Wednesday, 2 March 2011 12:21

      “Artists and collectives were invited to participate in the exhibition for their respective explorations of how a sense of liberated queerness is pursued and mediated within public spaces and behaviors.”At 2:28 p.m. on May 12, 2008, on an otherwise ordinary afternoon, the ground in China began to tremble. Something had fractured deep within the earth, […]

    • Piecing The Future With The Past

      Monday, 21 February 2011 20:52

      At 2:28 p.m. on May 12, 2008, on an otherwise ordinary afternoon, the ground in China began to tremble. Something had fractured deep within the earth, rending and ripping, turning peaks into valleys and valleys into tombs. When the wave of destruction hit, countless fragile lives were lost and many more were injured. Sichuan’s once-lush […]

    • The Catcher of Shadows

      Monday, 21 February 2011 20:19

      There is much about shadows in both Chinese and Western painting history. Western art started with artists drawing shadows of themselves. In ancient China, there were cave paintings of Buddha. They emphasized shadows more than bodies. It all had a connection to nature and the spirit. Back in time, our ancestors enjoyed traveling through mountains […]

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