Day: June 8, 2022

Ep 108 Artists NFTs for Beginners Part 1

Currently, we are conversing about artists’ NFTs. Very first of all, I do want to strain that neither a person of us are industry experts. But sometimes I assume it is far better essentially to get advice from a person who is not a novice but not but an professional, simply because you are going to additional most likely get the facts you want in straightforward conditions, with no staying blown away by a whole new language.

Ep 108 NFTS beginners-01

Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Spotify | Amazon Audio | RSS


Now Tara has been doing it for for a longer time than I have and has bought fairly a couple of NFTs, so she has a much improved comprehension of how it operates than I do.

I began only just lately, but I’m receiving a little bit greater at knowledge it as I go. And believe me, if I can

Read More

BmoreArt’s Picks: June 7-13 – BmoreArt

Sight Unseen – Footsteps, Voices, Fragments of Time
Saturday, June 11 • 6:30pm
@ SNF Parkway

Sight Unseen and the SNF Parkway are honored to present the closing program of the sequence with two celluloid-primarily based is effective: continue to/in this article (2000/01) by Christopher Harris & BALTIMORE (2021) by Meg Rorison with the filmmakers in man or woman.

nevertheless/here (60m)

The midwest’s great metropolitan areas can be alienating, and [this] city essay articulates disturbed associations involving people today and landscapes through imagery and enhancing. In the hour-long black-and-white film nevertheless/listed here (2000/01), Christopher Harris suffuses the blighted north side of Saint Louis with a highly effective melancholy, lingering on rubble-strewn a lot, decrepit structures, and vacant streets, while footsteps and a frequently ringing cellphone on the soundtrack advise lives interrupted by the devastation. Holes in a motion picture theater marquee are powerfully evocative, but even extra remarkable is the

Read More

Juxtapoz Magazine – North by Southwest: Tania Marmolejo Andersson’s Global Folk Art

New York-based artist Tania Marmolejo, fashion illustrator, commercial artist, author and painter, is a creative jack of all trades. Her Dominican and Scandinavian ancestry germinates a unique heritage that births a bold and arresting fine art style. On the eve of her solo show at GR Gallery in NYC opening June 10, 2022, Juxtapoz sat down with Tania to discuss how such a lineage influences her work, how movement plays into the practice, as well as some current artists on her radar.

Evan Pricco: Do you remember the first piece of art that moved you?
Tania Marmolejo: I believe it must have been paintings by my maternal grandmother in Sweden. She passed away before I was born, but her art—paintings and drawings—were amazing and always captivated me. I would sit and study them for hours in my grandfather’s house and my own. I now have her sketchbook,

Read More