The GAMeC in Bergamo opens “Nothing is Lost: Art and Matter in Transformation,” from October 14, 2021 – February 13, 2022.

The second chapter of the "Trilogy of Matter", entitled "Nothing is Lost: Art and Matter in Transformation", will be inaugurated at the GAMeC -Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art- in Bergamo, from October 14, 2021-February 13, 2022. The exhibition, curated by Anna Danesi and Lorenzo Giusti is the continuum of the multi-year exhibition project, inaugurated in October 2018 with the exhibition "Black Hole. Art and Materiality from Informal to Invisible. The exhibition ...

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The world through “the eye” of Ahol Sniffs Glue.

It's 4:00 pm and Ahol Sniffs Glue is waiting for us at Frame Art Inc. in Brickell, Miami, the most beautiful frame store - and art gallery - in town, which Mr. Alfredo Zayden, the owner, has made entirely available to David Anasagasti (Ahol Sniffs Glue's real name): a corner of paradise nestled in the Miami skyline. "We're a family," says Ahol Sniffs Glue referring to Alfredo and his people, ...

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“Caravaggio RELOADED” by Paolo Angelilllo seals the collaboration between Tablinum Cultural Management and Chiasso’s Art Folder gallery.

What is the fine line that distinguishes art from photography? What if photography and art were more related than we can imagine? Elisa Larese, curator and founder, with her husband Alessandro Cerioli, of Tablinum Cultural Management in Bellagio, Como (Italy) explains it to us, and will open it doors to "Caravaggio Reloaded", the first solo exhibition of photographer/artist Paolo Angelillo.  "Photography is a way to capture the immediacy of artistic inspiration ...

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Last day of Pastel Live among enthusiasm and news concerning the world of Pastel and not only.

Third and final day of Pastel Live, the three-day, one-of-a-kind event put on by Eric Rhoads and Kelly Kane with the help of the amazing Streamline crew.  The first artist of the day is Marla Baggetta. Marla began painting landscapes -a middle ground between realism and abstraction- after she moved to Oregon. Today her work and workshops are increasingly sought after. Fundamental ingredients in Baggetta's demo are the right dosage of ...

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Pastel Live: an exciting second day full of events

Vera Kavura opens the second day of Pastel Live, the world's first online event entirely dedicated to pastel.  Credit and praise for all of this goes to Eric Rhoads who, with Kelly Kane and the hyperactive Streamline crew, made this much-needed event possible for attendees at all previous conventions. Vera Kavura, an artist of Ukrainian origin has become fond of pastel in recent years, nevertheless her skill is incredible. The artist likes ...

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Official start of Pastel Live: “Lessons from the best plus practice, equals success”, quote B.Eric Rhoads.

Official start of Pastel Live, the world's first, largest and only three-day online event dedicated entirely to pastel.  Organized by Kelly Kane and the unstoppable Eric Rhoads, celebrated face of magazines and art events, Pastel Live began with a jam-packed lineup with demos of: landscape, portrait, still life, plain-air, floral and seascape, punctuated by technical and historical notions about pastel.  The first artist of the day is Scottish artist Tony Allein who ...

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Pastel Live…another piece for the Disneyland of artists by Eric Rhoads

Pastelists around the world unite for the start of Pastel Live, the first three-day event (plus yesterday's optional beginner day) dedicated entirely to the art of pastel.  After Plein-Air Live, Realism Live and Watercolor Live, Eric Rhoads, Art Publisher of magazines and creator of important artistic events that take participants around the world, has kept his promises to create a real "Disneyland for artists".  In doing so, it has satisfied all those ...

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Pastel Live…last days for the official start

Last days before the official start of Pastel Live, scheduled from August 19 to 21 (with pre-convention workshop on August 18th) the first event designed and dedicated entirely to the art of pastel.  Among the faculty members over thirty internationally renowned artists who will alternate demos of portraiture, still life and landscape to theoretical notions and the teaching of proven techniques that have brought the teachers awards and recognition in the ...

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Last day of The Art of The Portrait: portraiture as seen through the eyes – and lives – of Susan Lyon, Dean Mitchell and Quang-Ho.

Today there will be another extraordinary day full of events that will "enlighten" you before returning to your studios to put into practice the notions acquired during this wonderful convention that has seen some of the most renowned artists of the American realistic-figurative art scene.  The Art of The Portrait began with an inspirational hour with Susan Lyon addressing a frequent theme that every artist has experienced, precisely because of their ...

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The Art of The Portrait: portraiture seen through the eyes of Burt Silverman, Anna Rose Bain, Mardie Rees and Robert Liberace. Award ceremony for the winners of (The) Art of The Portrait.

Another star of the contemporary art scene will open the third day of the 23rd edition of (The) Art of The Portrait of the Portrait Society of America: Burton Silverman, a 93-year-old artist, a reference point in the "credible construction" of the portrait, with many stories to tell.  The approach that the artist has had during his long career with the use of photography as a support started from the analysis ...

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