Posts Tagged 'emerging artist'

Interview: Montreal Street Artist, Stikki Peaches

AI: Why are you called Stikki Peaches? SP: Aiming for the fence off the first question?!!? I like you… AI: What’s up with your statement “What if Art Ruled the World?” SP: i was curious about as to what another

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Interview: Montreal Street Artist, Stikki Peaches

AI: Why are you called Stikki Peaches? SP: Aiming for the fence off the first question?!!? I like you… AI: What’s up with your statement “What if Art Ruled the World?” SP: i was curious about as to what another

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Check it out: Up & Coming

Hi everyone, I wanted to let you know I’m working on a really exciting project Up & Coming. Up & Coming publishes exciting, original and and engaging artwork from both talented newcomers and established names. We like to think about

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Check it out: Up & Coming

Hi everyone, I wanted to let you know I’m working on a really exciting project Up & Coming. Up & Coming publishes exciting, original and and engaging artwork from both talented newcomers and established names. We like to think about

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Tight competition for the Sobey Art Award

After visiting Toronto Art, where the majority of the art I saw inside the booths appeared to be too market-centric, I thoroughly appreciated seeing the intimate display of the Sobey Art Award finalists at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.

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Tight competition for the Sobey Art Award

After visiting Toronto Art, where the majority of the art I saw inside the booths appeared to be too market-centric, I thoroughly appreciated seeing the intimate display of the Sobey Art Award finalists at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.

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Young Quebeckers Conquer the Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal

Organized by the Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal, the Québec Triennial, is situated in its spacious high-ceilinged modern building with bare white walls and no architectural frills – puts a spotlight on Quebec, showing artworks so delightful and of such

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Young Quebeckers Conquer the Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal

Organized by the Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal, the Québec Triennial, is situated in its spacious high-ceilinged modern building with bare white walls and no architectural frills – puts a spotlight on Quebec, showing artworks so delightful and of such

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Henry Ford’s Jungle City, Fordlandia

Scott Chandler’s photographic exhibition, Fordlandia at Galerie Les Territoires documents Henry Ford’s now-abandoned prefabricated industrial American town located in the depths of the Brazilian Amazon. In the late 1920′s Ford wanting his own supply of cheap rubber built a miniature

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Henry Ford’s Jungle City, Fordlandia

Scott Chandler’s photographic exhibition, Fordlandia at Galerie Les Territoires documents Henry Ford’s now-abandoned prefabricated industrial American town located in the depths of the Brazilian Amazon. In the late 1920′s Ford wanting his own supply of cheap rubber built a miniature

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A step in the right direction

I am transplant to Los Angeles from Vancouver.  This is why the photography exhibition Transplants, from 10 non-indigenous Angelenos at THIS Los Angeles gallery caught my attention. The photographers exhibited in Transplants are all young, award-winning artists with varying degrees of technical

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A step in the right direction

I am transplant to Los Angeles from Vancouver.  This is why the photography exhibition Transplants, from 10 non-indigenous Angelenos at THIS Los Angeles gallery caught my attention. The photographers exhibited in Transplants are all young, award-winning artists with varying degrees of technical

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