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The Cultivist  for artists, collectors, etc;3D gallery online  show of your work artists/galleries

The Cultivist for artists, collectors, etc;3D gallery online show of your work artists/galleries

We are The Cultivist, the world’s only global arts club offering uniquely privileged access to every aspect of the art world. The Cultivist makes your journey through art effortless and enriching. …

Atelier UlrichdB: Moving Pictures: Brian Henry’s digital marvels ill...

Moving Pictures: Brian Henry’s digital marvels illuminate—and sell

Tourists stand near the main entrance of SLS fixated and jaw-dropped, watching a digitally animated duck float on the giant LED cube above the Center Bar. Appearing three-dimensional, the illusion creates a rare moment when gawkers are too spellbound to pull out their camera-phones. Brian Henry smiles. This is his doing. The anamorphic duck designed for the 32-by-18-by-4-foot multisided LED screen follows his earlier design for it—a woman’s legs seductively swinging down from the projected…

German Museum Has a Living Copy of Van Gogh's Famous Ear

German Museum Has a Living Copy of Van Gogh’s Famous Ear

Everyone knows that tortured Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh cut off his own ear. As if the actual act was not disturbing enough, another Dutch artist has for some reason fabricated the long-dead art…

ARTIST'S 3RD EAR, HAND - SO PEOPLE CAN LISTEN IN TO HIM;Anti-Circumcision ART

ARTIST’S 3RD EAR, HAND – SO PEOPLE CAN LISTEN IN TO HIM;Anti-Circumcision ART

In the annals of strange things done in the name of art, Australian performance artist Stelarc is quickly making a name for himself. Stelarc, a professor at Curtin University in Perth, was first in…

Atelier UlrichdB: ARTIST'S 3RD EAR, HAND - SO PEOPLE CAN LISTEN IN T...

ARTIST'S 3RD EAR, HAND - SO PEOPLE CAN LISTEN IN TO HIM;Anti-Circumcision ART

Stelarc's third ear. Photo: Stelarc. Stelarc's third ear. Photo: Stelarc. In the annals of strange things done in the name of art, Australian performance artist Stelarc is quickly making a name for himself. Stelarc, a professor at Curtin University in Perth, was first inspired to grow a third ear in 1996, about a year after the technology to do so was first developed by Robert Langer of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Charles Vacanti of Harvard University. The pair incubated…

Atelier UlrichdB: ARTIST'S 3RD EAR, HAND - SO PEOPLE CAN LISTEN IN T...

ARTIST'S 3RD EAR, HAND - SO PEOPLE CAN LISTEN IN TO HIM;Anti-Circumcision ART

Stelarc's third ear. Photo: Stelarc. Stelarc's third ear. Photo: Stelarc. In the annals of strange things done in the name of art, Australian performance artist Stelarc is quickly making a name for himself. Stelarc, a professor at Curtin University in Perth, was first inspired to grow a third ear in 1996, about a year after the technology to do so was first developed by Robert Langer of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Charles Vacanti of Harvard University. The pair incubated…

Collectors’ Mindsets Move from the Physical to Digital;change from art world to art experience

Collectors’ Mindsets Move from the Physical to Digital;change from art world to art experience

As Neon Mob illustrates, it’s the digital age, and that means art galleries and collectors are seeing a reshaping of the art world Anna Johansson 13 august 2015 Arts & Culture Most art ga…

Preview 28 Leading Nordic Galleries at CHART | ART FAIR

Preview 28 Leading Nordic Galleries at CHART | ART FAIR

Get exclusive access to the third edition of CHART, the fair that’s expanding the Nordic art scene—featuring 28 galleries showing the region’s leading contemporary artists. Now is your chance to ex…

Atelier UlrichdB: Nouveau riche Chinese driving record art market

Nouveau riche Chinese driving record art market

The booming market for Chinese art shows no sign of slowing down, according to Bonhams' Hong Kong-based specialist John Chong. He is in Australia this week providing valuations in Sydney and Melbourne alongside Graeme Thompson, director of jewellery in Asia, and watch specialist Nicholas Biebuyck ahead of Bonhams' next round of auctions in Hong Kong. They're here in search of gems to offer a seemingly insatiable market for historical Chinese art. And while pieces can pop up from anywhere…

Atelier UlrichdB: artwork online gallery belonging to the artists - ...

artwork online gallery belonging to the artists - sell/buy art

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/artwork-online-gallery#/story With your help we will transform our art website into the biggest and powerful online gallery of contemporary art and you will help thousands of creative people to express their talents in art and share their artwork with the whole world !!! Hello everyone. My name is Ilya. I'm a founder of project ARTWORK Online Gallery (www.artwork-gallery.ru). It is strange how much one trip changes you. I have long lived in Siberia, in Omsk…

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Submission Opens: August 7, 2015 Deadline: September 14, 2015 (Midnight EST) Jury Selection: September 18, 2015 Artists Notification: September 23, 2015 Open for Submissions, $7,600 in Cash & Marketing Prizes Deadline: September 14, 2015 (Midnight EST) The competition is open to all artists 18 years of age or older expressing themselves in any drawing medium.…

Atelier UlrichdB: This Site Will Sell Your Instagram Selfie Without ...

This Site Will Sell Your Instagram Selfie Without Your Permission for $150

sellfie1 Earlier this year, artist Richard Prince sparked a huge controversy by taking people’s Instagram photos, making very small changes to them, and selling the prints as fine art for $100,000 a pop. Now there’s a new website that’s following in Prince’s footsteps, on a larger scale but with smaller prices. It’s a service called Sellfie, which scours Instagram for the hashtag #selfie and then sells the photos as single-edition, high-quality prints for $150 — all without the…

secrets to being a successful art advisor

secrets to being a successful art advisor

Joseph Jacobs reveals his secrets to being a successful art advisor by sourcing for quality works that are undervalued. Joseph has been involved in the art world for 45 years as a university profes…