Contemporary Art In Russia

Contemporary Art In Russia
Art exhibitions and auctions which took place recently showed that Russian contemporary art is one of the most promising and dynamic emerging sectors of the world’s art market, and the exhibition “Counterpoint, Contemporary Russian Art” in the Louvre Museum (Paris, France) which started on October 14, 2010 and lasts until January 15, 2011 is another striking demonstration of this fact. The exhibition was organized by the National Center of Contemporary Art in Moscow and the Stella Art Foundation (on the Russian side) and the Louvre Museum (on the French side).

“Counterpoint, Contemporary Russian Art” is the first exhibition in the Louvre of Russian artists who are alive at the time of the exhibition, something which is particularly significant since the Louvre has no department dedicated to Russian art. Twenty Russian artists were chosen for inclusion by the curator, Marie-Laure Bernadac, and they include such famous contemporary artists as: AES+F (an art group that works in the genre of installation, photographs and sculpture); Vadim Zakharov (a representative of Moscow Conceptualism); Erik Bulatov (one of the founders of Soviet Pop Art movement); Blue Noses (an art group that developed the “national contemporary art” project); Avdeu Ter-Oganian (creator of the “Inspection, Medical Hermeneutics” art group) and others.

Another exhibition of Russian contemporary art, “Modernikon: Contemporary art from Russia,” was opened in Turin, Italy on September 23, 2010. This exhibition includes young but promising Russian artists. Last year in London a new foundation was established, “Calvert 22.” The main task of Calvert 22 is to present contemporary art and culture from Russia and Eastern Europe.

These exhibitions show Russian contemporary art to the rest of the world. However there are not so many places where Russian people can see contemporary art in Russia itself. The biggest contemporary art centers in Russia are: The Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow (established in 2008 in Moscow, in a building that was constructed in 1926 for the parking of public buses); The Moscow Center for Contemporary Art (opened in Moscow in 2007 in the building of an old brewery); The National Center for Contemporary Art (which was founded in 1992 with a head department in Moscow and 4 departments in other Russian cities); The “Pushkinskaya-10” Art Center (which began its work in 1989 in Saint Petersburg and is oriented towards noncommercial art).

Russia is the largest country in the world, with a long history and many traditions. Its influence on the world can’t be overrated and art is not an exception. If there is a Russian art exhibition in your city don’t miss it, and if you want to buy a piece of contemporary artwork you might want to take a look at Russian art.

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Art in Modern China

Art in Modern China

 

It was a missed blessing and we are still now trying to really capture and grasp the consequences. After the cultural revolution, the Chinese people yearned for some form of freedom, some sort of narrative that would in many ways give leeway to the suppressed feelings which culture have suffered under Mao.

First the curators are Germans, in the opening of the Chinese National Museum, which sends a clear message of their own insecurities. The exhibition is a mix of the Chinese recreation of the history and glories of the Party while worshiping the western ways with the title “the celebration of the European Enlightenment”. The construction took 11 years, and often interrupted as the party could not agree which path to take. This is dichotomy that is now deep in the modern Chinese zeitgeist.

One may agree or disagree with his cultural stands, but no one can deny that he had a clear vision; Mao The Leader, Mao the Sun that shines over China. They are unsure which way to go. Perhaps the explanation lies in precisely the lack of any cultural value that was left after Mao. All that succeeded after that can hardly be expressed in one line or perhaps it can be better described as many have already expressed, a lie, a fairy tale made of cement, glass and steel.

The museum architects, also Germans, have made comments how the Regime main concern; was that the museum was built as the biggest as far as the size; not the cultural or artistic value. The new museum also reflects another Sino – German passion for the massive structures to celebrate the conquest of power.

This is a problematic and dangerous mix that history has shown the dire outcomes when the people are subjected to these ideals but the Germans do share with Chinese, similar values; the worship of order and power. The museum is located far from the common people, and they will also be far from any contact to the art there presented.

Outside, one may witness the ever so far reaching and ominous presence of the army with clinically chosen soldiers marching outside the museum in the German designed choreography to display of military order and power, now made in China.The National Museum is in many ways may best represent the present Chinese modern culture; a vast blank space, meticulously guarded, lavishly built for the few which is likely to remain empty, most of the time, for except of the selected tours or foreign visitors that may come to admire the new Chinese wealth. Inside the most acclaimed object is described as “precious national treasures” is the famous Deng’s cowboy hat used in a rodeo while visiting the US.

 

Oil painting color

oil painting
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Oil painting color

Oil painting color is really a natural powder filling as well as plastic from the paint combining grinding. Pipes are mostly sold in the marketplaces additionally made??. The fundamental aspects of oil paint and other paints, because the color, color, that contains reagent plus some add-ons for example plastic, stabilizer, slow drying broker or more dry broker make up. Colors utilized in old masters and more from the soil and mineral natural powder. Another part originates from vegetation or even creatures.

Piece of art materials is transparent vegetable essential oil mixing in pigment, created underside in fabric, document, wood along with other supplies on the art associated with framing the look from the painting supplies created. This originated as well as coded in European countries, to become the world’s important contemporary painting materials. Produced prior to the Fifteenth century Western paintings in egg tempera piece of art materials is the forerunner. In the use of egg tempera technique simultaneously, numerous artists still discover more inviting to reconcile agent.

Color through color make up as well as proportion of utilizes, production processes, conserve costs and many additional factors, the various nature and different amounts of fresh paint types and their raw material make up ratio is different.

The actual raw materials is powder pigment offers the main component of it’s quality and content material associated with pigments within determining the value from the primary elements.

Typical colors utilized in the overall degree of pigment as well as combined with a certain proportion associated with filling up supplies, low-grade fresh paint pigment choice of inexpensive poorer high quality, lower cost, much more blending associated with reduced for filler injections materials. As well as the color used in painting the sooner overall performance, you should take into consideration the colour pigment by itself included in the greasy broker within calming capacity, that is a blend of performance using the oil is a good question.

The choices tend to be high-quality essential oil paint color recycleables to ensure the purity of the color fastness and sturdiness.

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Fine Art Photography- An Abstract Art

Fine Art Photography- An Abstract Art

Light is considered to be one important element in photography that helps in giving different effects on photos. Photos taken in natural light or in warm glow of incandescent light, the camera captures the effect of light on the objects and subjects. Though light is an integral part of every type of photography, in fine art photography it plays an important role in setting the mood and giving the texture to its subjects and props. Professional photographer understands how the lens and eye perceive the light color spectrum and therefore make complete use of light in photography. Natural light due to its inconsistent lighting projects different shades of the color spectrum. At midday, the blue portion of the color spectrum produces the clearest, sharpest pictures in bright light. Where as, at sunrise and sunset the red portion of the spectrum produces warmer pictures with a softer contrast. The direction of lighting in photography helps in creating different effects on the pictures. The different angles of light create different shadows and helps in changing the appearance of the subject. Different types of artificial lights like bulbs, tube lights, florescent lights and LED lights on panorama fixtures create different types of lighting environments and produces different effects.

Since fine art photography is related to art and is dedicated in producing pictures for aesthetic purposes, light is the core of this type of photography. Capturing the exquisite and beautiful pictures in different forms of light for exploring the meaning of any expression or emotion is one of the most difficult tasks and fine art photography is all about this. Fine art pictures taken by talented photographers are housed in museums and art galleries for their display. Framing is done to keep these exclusive photographs safe and secure. It also protects these masterpieces from any kind of damage or wear and tear. In Australia, national art gallery showcases some of the most exquisite and exclusive pictures and artworks of exceptionally talented photographers and painters. One can see different moods of Sydney city through Sydney photos depicting cityscapes, seascapes and other types of pictures.

Many famous photography companies like Photography Australia offers a number of Australian stock photography pictures on their websites for public use. Graphic designers, publishers, filmmakers and even individuals can buy these stock photos and use them as per their requirement. The stock pictures include wildlife, nature, underwater, advertising and other types of photography genres pictures. Catalogs of stock pictures can be downloaded from the internet and can be used in many forms and campaigns.

Companies like Photography Melbourne and Photography Sydney offer professional fine art photography services and has years of experience in the respected field. Fine art pictures are produced in limited prints and can be used in advertisements and magazines. Many colleges and universities offer graduate and undergraduate courses in fine art photography. But, this type of photography requires more than learning and use of camera equipment. The skill of the photographer matters a lot in presenting objects and subjects in beautiful ways to convey intensity and emotion.  

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Acrylic Paintings on Canvas

Acrylic Paintings on Canvas

Acrylic paint on canvas is now finding its way into collections of art appreciators all across the world.  Many famed collections of assembled works of various artists now contain more than 50% of works painted using acrylic.  As more artists move from the days of oil and watercolors to the future of acrylic, more collections will contain a higher concentration of these works.

Artists that have been trained in the classical techniques are now applying their studies to the canvas with acrylics.  As the new medium of choice for the avant garde painters of today, acrylic paints are quickly taking the lead as the predominant choice for painting on canvas, paper, or any of the several materials that can hold the acrylic. 

These works can now be painted faster than ever because of how fast they dry. High quality acrylic on canvas is the choice for the masters of modern painting. The true excellence of this paint is its ability to mesh well with any other type of material.  Artists are able to mix it with anything from sawdust to metals to make new hues and incredible new textures.

Many other famous painters of our day are creating modern masterpieces. One such artist in Boston, Massachusetts, Veny is making quite a name for herself in the art world. Her mixture of styles based on her years of classical study of the masters along with her days spent in France and Italy, have given her the ability to create anything that she sees in high quality acrylic paintings.

The master works that are being created by Veny are being sought after by many collectors across the globe.  Every brushstroke is an intense feeling of emotion and beauty.  Veny, having dedicated her life to the fine arts, shows her success in the pursuit of excellence in artistry in every painting that she creates.

Adding acrylic art to a collection of fine artworks combines the old and the new masters in a comprehensive and attractive way.  As expert artists such as Veny appear on the art scene, they will continue to bring art to life with acrylic painting.  The value of these works is ever increasing and many artists are having their entire collections purchased by shrewd art investors.  This monopoly of talent makes finding works by Veny a real opportunity for those that wish to create a legacy of art appreciation with true value for their family.

There are new collections being made everyday and new collectors from all walks of life.  Those that may have originally just purchased a painting to decorate their home now want to add more of these works to their collections.  Acrylic paint on canvas is becoming the next wave of fine arts to appear in homes and offices across the world.  As more of this work is made available to the world, the closer the people of the world will be able to get.  Art has a way of knocking down barriers of difference and bringing peace and understanding to so many people.

Every picture is worth a thousand words, because each painting not only tells the story of its creation; the story of the subject, but also the story of the artist that created it. Blended in the fine acrylic paints of Veny’s canvases are her lifetime of experiences including her early beginnings in Eastern Europe. Veny was born in Bulgaria in 1970. Growing up in the beautiful city of Sofia, Veny was no stranger to the arts and creativity, as her immediate family was comprised of a professional photographer, a building engineer and her grandfather George, a self tough oil painter, who worked as a humor and satire writer.

Taking the Road of Fine Arts

Taking the Road of Fine Arts

A very broad word like Fine Arts would mean different things for different fields. For example, in arts it is defined as the creation of beautiful objects; artistic work that is meant to be appreciated for its own sake, rather than serve some useful function. In education, this would mean a college course in arts; a course of study designers to teach students practical artistic skills as well as the theory and history of art. Have you seen the difference of both definitions? Whatever the most appropriate denotation for this word is, it only proves that enough knowledge and learning is required to know more about of the things which are not that familiar to a person.

Have you finished a collegiate course in Fine Arts? Or if you’re an upcoming “freshman” are you planning to take it as your course? What are the opportunities that await you if you finished it? Do you know that a graduate of this course can practice his craft in different art and design related industries? A graduate can enter the field of acting, considering the fact that the study of this field involves its students into intensive acting workshops, trainings and seminars. Not only that, they can also pursue a career in musical theater because they have undergone voice lessons and workshops as part of their education curriculum. With enough financial capital, a graduate of this course can set up their own ceramic business and they act as the designer of ceramic products. If you think that ends up the possible industries where a Fine Arts graduate can enter, think twice: the long list is just starting. Computer animation is an addition to the field where they can practice what they have studied for and if they want to, they can spend their time in creative writing. A degree holder of this course can also be a commercial interior designer or whatever specialization in the interior design field he or she may take.

It is a notable scenario where design professionals have settled a career in the fields of interior design. With their complete knowledge and skills in aesthetics, it makes it easier for them to adapt to the said field. Those who have the passion for taking aesthetically beautiful pictures and images may involve themselves into the field of photography. Those who have dreamed to produce a film can enter the film production industry. These are only a few of the fields where a Fine Arts graduate can involve himself. All of this only means one thing: a bunch of opportunities awaits you in the field of Fine Arts.

Carolyn Miller has been engaged in the professional practice of interior design in Chicago, since 1994, after obtaining a bachelors degree in design from the Ecole d’Arts Appliques, Poitiers, France, 1984-1987. Her affiliations in Agence Vidal, which is an architectural firm, and in Air France, both located in Paris polished her knowledge in architectural design. She currently works on a renovation project for her company.