WHEN ART IS NOT UNDER OUR CONSCIOUS CONTROL

Think deeply, to understand the concept behind a surreal painting Pictorial surrealism https://www.suzinassif.com/different-ways-to-create-surreal-art/, an artistic movement born in Paris in the 1920s, sought to explore the human unconscious and represent the images found there. Surrealist artists used a variety of techniques to create their works, including automatism, collage and frottage. Surrealist works, characterized by surreal images, defy logic and reason, …

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THE AMERICAN WAY TO PICTORIAL CREATIVITY

Identity and style, between continuity and break with European tradition The American way to pictorial creativity is an interesting and vast topic. There are many artists who have helped define the identity and style of American painting. Norman Rockwell, considered the painter of everyday American life, became famous for his realistic and humorous illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post. Jackson …

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PHILIPPINE ART, ON CANVAS

Quattro artisti, 7641 isole e un identico modo di amare la propria terra Predilige sempre la pittura ad olio e quella acrilica. Il suo stile pittorico è l’arte figurativa. I soggetti delle sue opere, sognanti e languidi, sono capaci di evocare nella mente dell’osservatore la complessità delle sfumature cromatiche dei pittori rinascimentali. I suoi soggetti variano a seconda degli stati …

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THE PAINTER OF LIGHT – William Turner and emotional chromaticity

“I have to inform you, we have lost him.” William Turner was born in London in the spring of 1775 and died in Chelsea in 1851 on the threshold of winter. He could not have known that he would open the doors of Impressionism, instead, he became a romantic painter and printmaker. Growing up, he chose a style in which …

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PLACES THAT INSPIRED PAINTERS – Provence, Avignon, Villeneuve les Avignon and Les Angles

Masterpieces of oil painting, between realism and luminosity In the south of France, you not only find sea, lavender and perched villages. Arriving, you will discover great painters of the past who found inspiration here in nature and into the brightness of these places. In Provence https://travelfrancebucketlist.com/best-places-to-visit-in-provence/, the cities of Avignon, Villeneuve les Avignon and Les Angles have inspired numerous …

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THE WHOLESALE MARKET FOR CONTEMPORARY BRANDS – Mirta, a sustainable approach to luxury shopping

Promote and preserve local materials and techniques Their mission is to radically transform fashion shopping. To achieve the best result, after searching for interesting local brands, they facilitate the connection between those brands and retailers. Aiming to empower store owners, they offer them a platform to order from independent brands that they have never seen before. As part of their …

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LIKE THE DISSOLVING OF A FORTY FILM – Bill Berkson, a poetic that ranges wildly in approach, style and subject

New art and old standards for sad and wise poetry In his poems, translations and reflections, you find the pleasures of refinement and epigrammatic momentum. His mother was a Presbyterian, while his father was the managing director of the International News Service. Poet, critic and teacher active in the world of art and literature, Bill Berkson https://www.pbs.org/newshour/tag/bill-berkson was born in …

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NEW AVANT-GARDE CURRENTS – Alfred Stieglitz, photography as art

Gallery 291, a reference point for modern art His photographs were tools for exploring its expressive potential in relation to the other arts. In Europe he has the opportunity to get in touch with the debates that animated the photographic circles. Back in New York he creates the magazine American Amateur Photographer. From 1902 he opened his first galleries, hosting …

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GET INSPIRED BY YOUR OWN PERSONAL BIOGRAPHY – Marshall Arisman, the painter who found beauty in violence

The existential parable of an extraordinary narrator Born in Jamestown (New York) in October 1938, the painter Marshall Arisman https://marshallarisman.com/ graduated in advertising art from the Pratt Institute in 1960. After graduating, thanks to a scholarship he traveled and studied in Europe, then working for General Motors as a graphic designer. His grandmother lived in a community that billed itself …

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ISLANDS, HISTORICAL PLACES AND CREATIVITY – An author’s journey together with four Filipino creatives

Not to forget what heaven is Traveling through countries other than your own allows you to meet people and explore the world from a different perspective. Furthermore, each of your trips allows you to have relationships between different cultures and to confront yourself with them. Today we visit places with rice terraces, between many Vulcans and mountains. The paradise islands …

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MADE TO ORDER COUTURE – Rajo Laurel, the Philippine excellence in prêt-à-porter

The dream of becoming a couturier Passionate about his work, he runs a company that blends elegance, romance and luxury. With embroidery, beading and hand painted prints, quality craftsmanship and craftsmanship, he creates clothes at competitive prices. He has designed dresses worn by Tyra Banks, Natalia Zakharova and Dayanara Torres. Winner of numerous fashion awards, he is also known as …

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THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PERSONIFICATION – Niccolo Cosme and the brotherhood of men

Promote social awareness with photography He began a career in photography in 2001. For those who don’t know yet, he is an inspiring, sensual and disruptive photographer. Born in Cavite in 1980, Niccolo Cosme https://www.niccolocosme.com/ is a Filipino photographer based in Manila, Philippines. The son of a screenwriter and television director, he entered a reality-based singing competition. By adapting to …

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SYMBOLS, POEMS AND DETAILS – When poetic language merges with everyday life

Edith Tiempo, the mother of Philippine literature In 1962, she and her husband founded the Silliman National Writers Workshop in Dumaguete City, an initiative that helped bring out the best writers of the Philippines. Her poems are transfigurations of significant experiences. Born in Bayombong in April 1919, Edith Tiempo was a Filipino poet who received the 1999 National Artist Award …

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