- In nearly 100 years of research, the Corpus formed a photographic archive, highly specialized in Tuscan painting from 1100 to 1400, that is currently being digitized.
The Corpus of Florentine Painting is a project of the years 1920s by Richard Offner, Art Historian at New York University, which aimed at deploying a systematic study of Florentine painting from its beginning to the Reinassance, cataloguing the works … Continue reading →
- Chicago (IL) USA, 20-21 April 2017
DPLAfest 2017—the fourth major gathering of the Digital Public Library of America’s broad community—will take place on April 20-21, 2017 in Chicago at Chicago Public Library’s Harold Washington Library Center. An annual series of workshops, presentations, and discussions, DPLAfest brings … Continue reading →
Topic: fine arts
The Corpus of Florentine Painting is a project of the years 1920s by Richard Offner, Art Historian at New York University, which aimed at deploying a systematic study of Florentine painting from its beginning to the Reinassance, cataloguing the works … Continue reading
Gluon is an organisation that realizes projects on the crossing borders of visual art, research and industry. For the realisation of its programme Gluon is supported by an extensive network of national and international research institutes, museums, public authorities, businesses and artists. Five … Continue reading
After much deliberation, the Photomediations team (Open&Hybrid Publishing Pilot of E-Space project), together with guest curators Katrina Sluis (The Photographers Gallery), Karen Newman (Birmingham Open Media), and Pippa Milne (Centre for Contemporary Photography), are proud to announce the overall winner, curators’ choices and commendations for … Continue reading
From our correspondent Elisa Debernardi The “Beijing Media Art Biennale” aims through an interdisciplinary, cross-cutting artistic and theoretical practice to generate a dialogue and interface between the public and industry. It will be held at the World Art Museum and … Continue reading
The Danger Tree / A Groundbreaking Visual Arts Experience 1st – 31st July 2016 Riverside Unit, New Capital Quay, Greenwich, London SE10 9FR Further UK exhibitions throughout Oct-Nov 2016 in Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool. World’s First Augmentist 30 year old artist Scarlett Raven … Continue reading
L’incontro con Paolo Benvenuti*, “Il Segreto di Caravaggio” si terrà a CALCI, in provincia di PISA, presso il Museo di Storia Naturale, nella splendida cornice offerta dalla Certosa. L’evento è in programma per Sabato 4 Giugno con inizio alle ore 16.30.
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Vancouver Art Gallery presents MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture, from February 20 to June 12, 2016. From the moment that Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque undertook the revolutionary gesture of adding a rectangle of floral wallpaper, a newspaper headline or … Continue reading
Hosted by iMAL, in Brussels, from 11 September to 18 October 2015, “Extinct Memories” exhibition by artists Grégory Chatonsky and Dominique Sirois is part of a series of speculative fictions on human extinction. «In a few thousands of years, when humanity has become extinct, something will dig the soil of the Earth and find a datacentre. Miraculously, it will have access to the contents of these hard drives and try to reconstruct the traces of our world» [Interview with G. Chatonsky for L'Art Même #66, summer 2015]. Continue reading
The Japan Media Arts Festival is a comprehensive festival of Media Arts (Media Geijutsu) that honours outstanding works from a diverse range of media, from animation and comics to media art and games. The festival gives awards in each of its four divisions: Art, Entertainment, Animation and Manga. Entries are sought from professional, amateur, independent and commercial creators across the globe. Works completed or released between September 3, 2014 and September 9, 2015 are eligible for entry in the four divisions. Continue reading
Arthur Machado, also known as Tu.ukz, is a 23 year old artist from Amazonia, Brazil. He started doing art when he was 17, drawing and painting. When he was 20 he discovered digital art. «It is taking a while – he says – until people admit computer art as art. But it’s normal, people need time to get used to innovation. Moreover, digital art is a completely new concept; it is not touchable, there are only data information, pixels and screens. To me, internet is the same as the environment of dream. And apparently, we are improving our way of dreaming day by day. You cannot touch it, but it is there». Tu.ukz is ambassador of The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale, this year being held online in November. Continue reading