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Why Make Art?

Ekrem Fetic replied:

"..Figustract or Unity of Figuration and Abstraction in Painting Bosnia is a European country.She is to continue 1000 years.We had many victims during the war in Bosnia (1992 - 1995), and it also destroyed a great number of homes and industrial and much of our curtular and historical heritage. In 1995 I got the inspiration for my paintings. That year (and during the whole war) I saw hundreds of soldiers dressed in masked uniformes, walking on the street of Zenica. The image of those uniforms struck me deeply. Thinking in the context of art I realized that it was an ideal picture. On the one hand it's like the rady made, and on the other, unity of figuration and apstraction; ontology's dualism of representative and ontology's homogeneous presentative of picture. As the French aesteticer Etienne Souirau said long ago, in signs we have picture of the picture, and also picture which is the presentation of itself. It's clear that the picture of masked uniformes make that figuration, and its contens or different plans makes the apstraction of the picture. Of course such a picture inspires definited philosophical implications and dilemmas of problematical nature.Of course such a picture inspires definite philosophical reveires and dilemmas. This is because it is a picture that contains and pacifies two up to now uneasy opposites of contemporary art: figurative and apstract, or Aristotelean and Platonic. By purchasing this picture you come into possession of this long course of contemporary art. This aesthetic object sublimates itself with its own being.Pictures are made in two cyclus. A cyclus and B cyclus. A cyclus are projected on method of Juan Gris, in order that is of oval form to make bottle. While B cyclus, to follow way of Paul Cezanne in order that is of bottle to make oval form.Pictures have one's own structure. They are to continue in space and time.      "

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Desesculturas-serie  by Jose Granadillo

Thanks for the comment. Until now (2014) only two works have done in medium format, maybe later work a larger format. Thanks for your comment... [Goto..]

Janela  by karen kruse

Well, I can't help but emphasise everything what I have said about the old studio as well as about Karen being there. And the longing is not fading, not at all but in the contrary... [Goto..]

Hanjo  by karen kruse

Well, let me think. I have seen this face before. Hm hmm . . . Was this the director from a theatre, or was he the manager of a horse race event somewhere in Wiltshire? My my, I cant remember but this face somehow seems very familiar to me . . ... [Goto..]

Nerea  by karen kruse

This image looks better with every time I see it. I discover more and more details of this impressing face-scape. The playful light, the texture of the hair, the fur . . . and here it's possible to see it in a bigger format what makes it even better . . ... [Goto..]

Art Trap  by JP Delaney

You can't have all the sweets in the shop you have to stick with one or two from my own personal experience. I realised that I wasn't going to live forever . So I stopped making 3d work quite a while ago . Storage was a problem every time I moved I had to break up work . Left only with photos/ slides of the same. I lost interest in making things , because I was making things , had no dialogue with the materials. Not for me, now anyhow .Down the road who knows. I still have to learn too much about 2D image making... [Goto..]

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bouncing   Maria Xagorari

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You can have a look at this, Gigi. [GoTo..]

bouncing   Maria Xagorari

I'm glad you are still around! I find the story behind this intriguing. Would it be too much trouble to describe the disaster and the resultant mess? [GoTo..]

Mah..   Maria Xagorari

I see her as comfortably dissociated. She's almost grounded (look at her feet and their distance from eachother) but it is as though she is lingering between two expectant moments versus, perhaps, where she'd prefer to be. I like this one very much. [GoTo..]

she   Kristina Lycke

Dear Jp: the she is of course a he now and i didn't manage to leave him out. He walked into the painting without announcing it. I will see if i can find space for "she" somewhere, in the coming days. I didn't manage to listen to what i can leave out. Sorry Miles.  [GoTo..]

Stencil   NELSON JR

Yes, it was a lot of fun! I'm Hoping do it again as soon as I 'can'. This gave me the opportunity to revive the time I did this as a kid, and break my mind box. There are some artists migrating from street to galleries and some are not. Those who are going to galleries are changing their work and everybody is happy [GoTo..]

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Donne in Jazz
a cura di Giorgia Cassini
6 dicembre 2014 – 6 gennaio 2015
Spazio espositivo “Vinceremo” Piazzale F.T.Marinetti Albisola Capo


ALBISOLA CAPO – Si aprirà il prossimo 6 dicembre la personale d’arte contemporanea “Donne in Jazz” del maestro ceramista savonese Gian Genta presso lo spazio espositivo “Vinceremo” nella piazza ex stazione fronte mare sede IAT di Albisola Capo.
Un evento culturale di alto livello curato dal celebre critico d’arte Giorg  [GOTO..]

Paolo Anselmo ,Graziano Cecchini e Gian Genta
tris d’assi alla
1° Biennale d’arte del Principato di Monaco

Una terna formidabile di artisti di conclamata fama internazionale, campeggia nella programmazione della 1° Biennale d’arte del Principato di Monaco che si terrà nelle sale Bosio e Beaumarchais dell’Hotel de Paris dal 27 febbraio al 3 marzo 2014.
Paolo Anselmo ,Graziano Cecchini e Gian Genta scendono in campo per l’occasione con tre proposte diverse di arte contemp  [GOTO..]

British Armed Forces Veteran
http://www.wolf-photography.com/html/exhibition.html  [GOTO..]

nice story, i we like to learn more on this issue please any body   [GOTO..]

There are not many places to exhibit, in this local area without having to join a art group. There are two but I decline to join as they do selection on the art work and no guarantee you will get your work in exhibition. It costs a lot to frame your work, and also the amount of hours spent on the work. There was a census for a gallery to be opened in the area, said it was not viable.

There was a group, the main problem is getting people to help with the exhibition. Peopl  [GOTO..]

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