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Art & Science and Teresita Fernández

I just learned (What It Really Takes to Be an Artist on BrainPickings) that artist Teresita Fernández, recipient of a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship for her work (see her monograph, Blind Landscape) made an outstanding commencement speech at Virginia Commonwealth University … Continue reading

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A woman

At Washington’s National Gallery, a few small statues by Rodin capture my full attention. Here they is one female nude, which really leaped out of the marble. I couldn’t help photographing it as it were a woman.

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Art provocateur

WOW. Art can really have an effect on you. I was in fact really taken as soon as I entered the hall where this masterpiece was shown in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. What can I add … Continue reading

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Acuarelas inéditas de Agustín Stahl

La Universidad del Sagrado Corazón y el Smithsonian Institution tienen el placer de invitarles a la apertura de la exposición “Acuarelas inéditas de Agustín Stahl” en la Sala de Artes A de la USC: el jueves, 10 de febrero a … Continue reading

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How the Internet sees me

How does the Internet see you? “Personas” by Aaron Zinman from the MIT Media Lab shows your aggregated online “identity” after some natural language processing, producing a very interesting art effect. This is a screencast of mine hold at screenr.com. … Continue reading

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