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Category Archives: fine arts
Remember a song by Fun Lovin’ Criminals “Scooby Snacks”? The song is basically a lot about what’s cool and I thought now that the expresion which is shouted at some point: “- Sonny, I need you cool, are you cool? … Continue reading
Stairs featuring a five-metre-high reproduction of Vincent van Gogh’s signature painting “Sunflowers”, were exhibited (as on July 2013, no idea if they still are) at the entrance to Ocean Terminal in Hong Kong.
First, a few words of introduction and explanation to those, who have no clue – as I did – what Art Basel is. I also had to do some reading to find out about this massive art fair. This is … Continue reading
Swedish people are usually considered calm, quiet, well-behaved and their country is an example of almost an ideal society with strict rules which, at the same time, allow a peaceful coexistence of numerous nationalities in one nation. It is also … Continue reading
Bored and tired of traditional sculptures? Here, meet an artist who literally draws from nature to create her works. Sculptor Anna Gillespie, who lives and works in Bath, England, infuses her figurative sculptures with elements collected from nature including numerous acorn caps … Continue reading