Art

Artist Dr. Kuhn Hong’s Exhibition in Chicago: “Ethiopian: Hands stretched out to God”

PAINTING         The Korean Cultural Center of Chicago is currently hosting a solo art exhibition by Dr. Kuhn Hong entitled “Ethiopian: Hands Stretched out to God” from April 16- 27, 2021. It was so heartwarming to connect…

Talk. Roberta Ristow

In the midst of an uncertain scenario, during the Covid-19 pandemic, Casa da Escada Colorida invited Roberta Ristow, content creator, consultant and collaborative journalist at Vogue, to talk about innovative initiatives and the adaptation of the art market to new…

The Art of Nonviolence

On the occasion of the International Day of Nonviolence, 2 October 2019, 11 international artists have been invited to a symposium at the Schlamau Study and Reflection Park near Berlin. At the beautiful meeting place in Hohen Fläming, the artists…

Ethics and Art UK. Artists remove their work for Arms Dealer funded exhibition

According to an article written by Javier Pes, for Artnet August 2, 2018, “Artists Dramatically Remove Their Work From London’s Design Museum to Protest Its Decision to Host an Arms Dealer “Artist are harshly criticizing the London museum’s response to the uproar…

Lina Montoya on Face 2 Face

On this show we discussed with Lina Montoya, concerning her work with Ele Eme Project. Lina speaks about socially engaged art by working with youth, from difficult and diverse communities, transforming landscape and public space beautification. Her motto is dreams…

North Korea’s Socialist Realism export trade

Mansudae Art Studio in Pyongyang was founded in 1959 and is one of the world’s biggest art factories – Dafen Art Village in China’s Shenzhen surely is another. It employs about 4,000 people, including 800 to 900 of North Korea’s…

Arts endeavor in Tunisia links gov’t and society

An Arts Endeavor in Tunisia Brings Together Government and Civil Society November 4, 2015 by Rana Yazaji An Arts Endeavor in Tunisia Brings Together Government and Civil Society Tunisia emerged from the revolution with the potential to achieve true…

The smallest art on the planet

British micro-artist, Graham Short, aged 68, has worked as the Royal engraver since 1974. His one-man business supplies Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Balmoral and Sandringham with their hand engraved stationery. Several years ago he found fame by carving the Christian…

Mourning John F. Kennedy and a half-century of degraded arts and culture

Fifty-one years after the event, circumstances had conspired so, I found myself in the political capital of the Global Empire, walking beside an infantry of weeping willows, and,—across Rock Creek Parkway and a sliver of greensward—the meandering Potomac. Between the…

Moving towards the Centre: interview with Rafael Edwards

Rafael Edwards has been working through drawing, painting, modelling, photographing the world and matter from the standpoint of Universal Humanism since childhood. His career can be observed and summarised in: http://www.rafaeledwards.com His photos in: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rafa2010/collections/ I found “Rafa”, as we…