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Art Paris 2023

Art Paris 2023

Art Paris will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2023. The fair will run from 30 March to 2 April 2023 at the Temporary Grand Palais Éphémère, bringing together 130 modern and contemporary art galleries from some 20 countries.

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Zwischen den Welten - Elke Daemmrich

Zwischen den Welten – Elke Daemmrich

In her current exhibition „Between the Worlds“ at the Galerie am Domhof in Zwickau from 08.05. to 10.07.2022, the artist shows the entire breadth of her artistic formal language, also inspired by scholarship stays in Virginia and Ohio (USA), among others, at the Künstlerbahnhof Ebernburg (Palatinate)

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Artblog.world is a blog based in Hamburg. Since late 2021 the blog appears on the net. It will publish articles in English and German covering four main areas of art: artists, artworks, education, exhibitions.

The artist section will introduce artists from different periods from classical to contemporary, male and female. An artist is engaged in creativity by using different materials. We might define an artist as a cultural creator; someone who can leave a mark on the development of creativity or the arts. An artist is a person whose fruits of creativity are the cultural heritage of mankind, someone whose art can influence the souls and minds of people. These biographies are usually short but include important areas of the life of the artists. Sometimes letters of artists will be published to make the readers familiar with the mind of the artists about a particular artwork or a special period of their life.

Another section of the blog is related to artworks. A work of art, artwork, art piece, piece of art or art object is an artistic creation of aesthetic value. In a narrower sense, this category includes only works of artistic creativity. The concept of „work of art“, according to the general scientific definition of the term „art“, can include any skillfully executed products of human labor (material culture), the meaning of which goes beyond the boundaries of utility, that is, having constructive, aesthetic or artistic properties, or a combination of both. In this case, the criterion for a work of art is the ability to evoke an emotional response in many people. Thus, the concept of a work of art becomes extremely broad, including artistic creation as one of the “modes of art”. This section familiarises the viewers with significant artworks in history, those which have had a compact on art history and those which show a change. The artworks of contemporary artists are not excluded in this section.

Exhibition Love, War and Beauty - Troubadour Art

Exhibition Love, War and Beauty – Troubadour Art

A pioneer in the rediscovery of this artistic movement, the Royal Monastery of Brou presents until 26 June the exhibition „Amour, Guerre & Beauté (Love, War & Beauty)“, which explores for the first time the way in which the sovereigns of the former Burgundian Netherlands

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Wassily Kandinsky Composition VIII

Wassily Kandinsky

Because of his origins, Marc Chagall intensely felt the problems of the Jewish community in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century, just as he intuitively experienced the problems that Russia, his native country, was going through with the First World War and the October Revolution.

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Art After Dark

Art After Dark

Every Wednesday throughout the exhibition from 5–9 pm you can experience the 23rd Biennale of Sydney at Barangaroo late into the night alongside a variety of free weekly programs inspired by the works and themes of rīvus.

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The education part of the blog introduces schools of art, techniques, and generally speaking makes the reader familiar with artistic craftsmanship and pedagogy, covering different areas of artistic, cultural and social education of art. We will begin with the basics like philosophy of colors, the significance of light, perspective, etc. and expand the terms to other areas. Some articles will also tackle some concepts in philosophy of art enhancing the aesthetic understanding of the viewers.

The exhibition side includes articles, reviews and reports on the latest significant exhibitions in Germany and abroad. This section offers all art lovers, galleries, museums and independent artists the possibility to get familiar with each other. Our blog offers new possibilities for communication and interaction between galleries, museums, arts organizations, and cross-border independent artists. In particular, the international spread of this blog encourages networking with other cultures.

Artblog.world aims to function as a blog that makes a wide range of cross-cultural and international bridging. We work with writers and internationally renowned art professionals from around the world. Our editorial staff is made up of academically trained critics and writers. Freelance writers are welcome to write for and with us. We hope to have a successful cooperation with you!

Stephane Mandelbaum

STÉPHANE MANDELBAUM

Driven by fascination as well as by contempt, Stéphane Mandelbaum (1961–1986) produced hundreds of portraits within a short creative period of just ten years. The subjects include Arthur Rimbaud, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Francis Bacon, Pierre Goldman, his grandfather Szulim, and his father Arié Mandelbaum, but also National Socialist criminals such as Joseph Goebbels and Ernst Röhm.

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Ars Electronica Festival 2022

Ars Electronica Festival 2022

The Ars Electronica Festival 2022 will take place from 7 to 11 September 2022. The theme of Europe’s largest festival for art, technology and society, the cornerstones of this year’s program and the new developments surrounding

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Francois Quesnel

Pre-emption by the Musée Condé of Chantilly of a rare drawing of a child

Cultural exchange and cooperation are important parts of the comprehensive Sino-European strategic partnership. They play an irreplaceable role in enhancing mutual understanding between people and promoting the value of our relations. At the 14th Sino-European Summit in 2011, the leaders stressed that cultural exchange is one of the three pillars of Sino-European relations.

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Peter Schütt

Peter Schütt

Peter Schütt was born in 1939 in Basbeck on the Niederelbe. He studied German and history in Göttingen, Bonn, and Hamburg. After obtaining a university diploma, he submitted his dissertation about the Baroque author,Andreas Gryphius, and received his doctorate in philosophy.

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Vernissage 2 Daniel Fuchs 20.2.22

WOODEN ART BETWEEN FRAGILITY AND DURABILITY

Daniel Fuchs (b. 1974) was born in Greiz, a small city in the south of Thuringia, Germany. From an early age, he felt the tension and monotony of everyday life in East Germany. He breathed a sigh of relief when the Berlin Wall and the East German regime fell, but his hopes of improving his personal situation were dashed.

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PASHMIN ART CONSORTIA AND ARCHIVE ART MUSEUM HONOR 50 YEARS

PASHMIN ART CONSORTIA AND ARCHIVE ART MUSEUM

Cultural exchange and cooperation are important parts of the comprehensive Sino-European strategic partnership. They play an irreplaceable role in enhancing mutual understanding between people and promoting the value of our relations. At the 14th Sino-European Summit in 2011, the leaders stressed that cultural exchange is one of the three pillars of Sino-European relations.

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Marc Chagall

Marc Chagall

Chagall is one of the most famous artists in France in the 20th century. His work has characteristics of surrealism and neo-primitivism.
Chagall was born on 7 July 1887 in Russia, in a Jewish family. He was brought up in the peace and tenderness of his mother, who taught him to read and to love the Bible and people. Vitebsk remained in Chagall’s imagination as the naive paradise of childhood, and the painter represented it in many paintings, in his youth and also later.

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Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin

He is considered one of the major French painters of the 19th century, and one of the most important inventors of modern art along with Klimt, Munch, Seurat and van Gogh.

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art paris

Art Paris

Art Paris is the first contemporary art fair to be organised in the Grand Palais Éphémère, which has an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower. The Grand Palais Éphémère is a temporary building of 10,000 m2, supported by the Réunion des musées nationaux – Grand Palais and Paris 2024, and will be installed on the Champ-de-Mars until the end of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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Pashmin Art Management

In the beginning it is an idea, then a concept and finally it becomes a work of craftsmanship. Pashmin Art has a common goal, which is to establish the vision of the artists on the international market. They want to create a basis for the future marketing of art that builds different nations and cultures. Their projects inspire and stimulate desire.

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the-falling-angel

The Fall of the Angel

Because of his origins, Marc Chagall intensely felt the problems of the Jewish community in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century, just as he intuitively experienced the problems that Russia, his native country, was going through with the First World War and the October Revolution.

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Paul Gauguin, Where Do We Come From- What Are We- Where Are We Going-, 1897, oil on canvas, 139 × 375 cm (55 × 148 in), Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Letter from “Paul Gauguin” to “Daniel de Monfreid”

I did not write to you last month, I had nothing new to tell you and could only have repeated myself, and besides I did not have the courage to do so. Then when the letter carrier came a little later, there was again nothing from Chaudet. Since my health is completely restored, and I therefore no longer have a chance of dying a natural death, I wanted to kill myself.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Blonde bather(s) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Auguste Renoir painted two similar versions of Blonde Bather (La baigneuse blonde) in 1881 and 1882, both of which are now published as private collections. The 1882 version is seen above on the left. The model was Aline Charigot, who later became Renoir’s wife. Inspired by Renaissance paintings (especially Raphael’s frescoes) in Italy in 1881, these works are clearly different in style from Renoir’s earlier works. Some commentators have called these works beautiful, while others have called them vulgar.

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No Radio

Barbara Kruger was born in Newark in 1945. In 1965 she began her studies at Syracuse University, Syracuse, which she continued in 1966 at Parsons School of Design in New York. In the sixties and seventies she worked as a graphic designer for the American fashion magazine „Mademoiselle“. In 1980 she received a scholarship at PS1 (Project Studio One), New York. She lives in New York and Los Angeles.

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Dante's Dream at the Time of the Death of Beatrice 1871

Pre-Raphaelitism

The Pre-Raphaelite movement began with the establishment in 1848 of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, and other artists as a protest against the conventional methods of painting then in use. The Pre-Raphaelites wished to regain the spirit of simple devotion and adherence to nature which they found in Italian religious art before Raphael.

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Peter Backhaus

Peter Backhaus

Peter Backhaus was born in 1947 in Germany. In 1968 he emigrated to Sweden where he studied philosophy, psychology and art. In Gothenburg he had his own art school.

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Hanns Theodor Flemming

Hanns Theodor Flemming

Hanns Theodor Flemming was raised in a home where art was truly appreciated. His father Max Leon Flemmig, who grew up in the Rhineland area, was a patron of the arts and collector whose collection included works by Picasso, Marc Chagall, Macke and Kandinsky. Flemming’s sister Evelinde Manon became a well-known photographer.

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