Alucinante! D. Westry, el pintor más rápido del mundo! vía @_anapastor #AndersonLive #GotTalent
El artista @HuaTuNan combinando el arte tradicional chino con el street art en la Volvo Art Session - la perfomance del graffiti! cool!
January 8, 1963: Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is exhibited in the United States for the first time, at the National Gallery of Art.
Left: The entrance to the vault of the National Gallery of Art, where the Mona Lisa is being kept. Right: Members of the press viewing the Mona Lisa in the vault of the National Gallery of Art.
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La huella corporal de Keith Haring —-> El arte de ser uno mismo…
“Every culture will use the maximum level of technology available to it to make art…
Fascinating. Creepy. Awesome.
Generative Art - Computers, Data, and Humanity
“Every culture will use the maximum level of technology available to it to make art.
…we’ve got all these gizmos, but what does that say about us?”
(via Brain Pickings)
Una de las razones porque New York sigue siendo una ciudad creativa y moderna. ¡Una ciudad para creadores emergentes!
El MEME DEL AÑO #NYANCAT protagonista por 4 días en el evento #NYANCATCITY que celebra la creatividad y la influencia de la internet y los gatos! organizado por el New York Art Department.
4 días de música, networking, Media Art, Conferencia, Food y Promoción a la adopción de gatos!
@NyanNyanCat | @NYArtDepartment | @TheHoleShop
#PrivateMoon_Project: La historia romántica entre el hombre y la luna #Russia #Art
Russian artists Leonid Tishkov and Boris Bendikov created a fantastic world illuminated with the moonlight where they tried to convey relations between the man and the Moon. This is a romantic story about a man who met the Moon and decided to stay with it forever. They named the installation ‘Private Moon’.
Tokyo 1955–1970: A New Avant-Garde at MoMA, 300 works by 60 artists #Japan
With roughly three hundred works by some sixty artists, “Tokyo 1955–1970” presents an extensive roster of art produced in the capital of Japan during this key period. The exhibition .. encompasses not only Gutai, Anti-Art, and Non-Art—movements that have been well known in the US for some time—but also aspects of postwar Japanese art hitherto less known in the Western Hemisphere, including the graphic realism of Hiroshi Nakamura and Tiger Tateishi and intermedia projects by the collective Jikken Kōbō (Experimental Workshop). The heterogeneity of material in the show—ranging from painting, sculpture, photography, and film to performance, design, and architecture—demonstrates that the history of the avant-garde in Tokyo was not monolithic, but instead made up of multiple compelling narratives that paralleled other developments in radical art around the globe. — Reiko Tomii, ArtForum
What will happen to all of these billions of megabytes we stock on computers? in Art, Culture? = ART GAME
This recent work is a reflection on the problem of our new digital world.Currently, at any stage of its creation, any idea or concept is digitally adapted.What will be retained in the future? What will happen to all of these billions of megabytes we stock on computers? In 10 years? In 500 years? Colliding the esthetic of modern minimalist Apple products with the classical architecture of the Louvre Museum, the viewer is forced to assess the question of new creation in our modern society.