Tuesday, May 9th, 2017, THE SINGER’S LOUNGE™ Workshop Presents :
Vocalist, ENOCK — sets at 6:30 PM and 7:30 PM at ART AND SOL STUDIOS, 310 NW 25th Street, Miami 33127 “Up Close And Personal” with a Special Late Night Open Rehearsal Studio with : dei 7 free range music™ at 9:30 PM Tickets: $20 at: http://universe.com/singerslounge1
NRM PERKULATOR™ Discussions and Performances at:
ART & SOL STUDIOS, 310 NW 25th Street, Miami FL 33127
… This brings me to the relevance of art and the responsibility of an artist. Historically the art has served as a vision of ideals, beliefs and cultural identity. Artists have been revered for their perception and the integral voice expressed within a mastered discipline that engages society while inspiring communication in a language that is universally understood …
do y0u baSel?™ is an outsider/insider view of the world of ART. It was conceived in Miami, Florida in 2012 as a concept to market Art Basel Miami as a destination to the African American arts community. It was very successful. Since that time Miami has managed to be considered the #3 most influential art city in the world. But it comes at a time of change … [read more]
MODERN URBAN EXPRESSIONISM
ART BORN OUT OF TRAUMA
in here for more art by Mequitta Ahuja, Albert Chong. Ben Enwonwu, Kerry James Marshall, Daniel Minter, Ransome Stanley
FRANCIS BACON — WAR, TRAUMA and ART
FRANCIS BACON (1909-1992), the British artist, painted provocative and disturbing images that carry a raw sense of anxiety and alienation- the viewers walk away with a underlying feeling of tension.
Despite this tension or maybe because of the tension – Bacon is recognized as one of the most influential artist of his times.
War and trauma, it has an affect on the artist, the audience and the ART.
About three years ago, Judy Holm had an epiphany … a sudden and striking revelation to create, THE GLOBAL FINE ART AWARDS. We are now witnessing the genesis of that idea.
THE SUPREMES loved the instant gratification of the POLAROID.
WHO KNEW A LOGO COULD CAUSE SUCH CONTROVERSY ? – Robin Pogrebin of The New York Times