Tag: World

The world of contemporary art in India and Italy-Art-and-culture News , Firstpost

Sama is a film about contemporary art from India and Italy and it looks at resonances in both countries in a way trajectory of how old and the new seek together MYNA is a cultural producer, curator, and the founder/Director of Engendered, a New York/New Delhi based Transnational Arts and Human rights organization with a focus on the intersections of gender/marginalities and technology in ...

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August: world reimagined | News and features

A colourful globe sculpture has been installed at the University of Bristol’s Royal Fort Gardens this week that forms part of a new trail across the city of Bristol, inviting the public to explore the UK’s relationship with the Transatlantic Trade in Enslaved Africans and its impact on society. The Bristol trail is one of ten held in seven UK cities as part of ...

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The 24 Most Important Archaeological Sites in The World – ARTnews.com

Imbued with the mores of the cultures that created them, archaeological sites shed light on past civilizations, preserving their structures, beliefs, and ways of life. This list considers places—some of which are included among the Seven Wonders of the World, and others among UNESCO’s list of protected World Heritage sites—built by ancient Romans, Sumerians, Egyptians, Mayans, and Chinese that foreshadow art and architecture as ...

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Art News and Copyrights Intellectual Property from Around the World

Wednesday, August 10, 2022 The Ninth Circuit reversed a lower court’s decision in an action seeking recognition of a French money judgment for copyright infringement involving photographs of Pablo Picasso’s artworks. The lower court found that the French money judgment was not enforceable due to fair use. The Ninth Circuit found that various factors weighed against the fair use defense and remanded to the ...

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Anna Weyant’s Media Circus Is A Window Into Art World Sexism And Power – ARTnews.com

“Painter Anna Weyant’s story sounds like a modern-day art fairytale,” writes Smithsonian Magazine about the 27-year-old artist whose work sold for $400 three years ago, but now fetches $1.6 million at auction. Called a “millennial Botticelli” by both the Wall Street Journal and the South China Morning Post, Weyant makes paintings of women and girls that evoke, according to the New York Times, “sentimental ...

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How Italian artist’s mild colors dominate world of design

The Morandi color scheme has become an across-the-board fashion that now prevails in the world of design. Soft and sophisticated Morandi colors such as coral, salmon, champagne, pearl gray and eucharis are considered as apt choices for design of all kinds. When darkened and unsaturated for a low-key look, they feel calm, fresh and comfortable to the modern taste. Of the whole scheme, sophisticated ...

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Edinburgh Festival: Biggest arts festival in the world begins

Shona McCarthy, chief executive of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, said: "After the challenges of the last two years, it feels more important than ever to celebrate the diverse selection of work on display at the Fringe, spanning the genres of theatre, dance, circus, physical theatre, comedy, music, musicals, opera, cabaret, variety, children's shows, spoken word, exhibitions and events. Source link

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Who is Octavia Butler and why is the art world obsessed with her writing?

At this year’s Venice Biennale, one of the outstanding installations is Precious Okoyomon’s contribution to Cecilia Alemani’s main exhibition, The Milk of Dreams (until 27 November). It is occupied by totemic figures made in raw wool, yarn, blood and dirt, surrounded by vegetation—sugar cane and the invasive, entangling presence of Japanese kudzu, a plant brought to the American South to try to heal the ...

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