They had an exhibit of Gerhard Richter, an East German escapee. The following song is sung by Judas and is addressed to Jesus, which explains the lyrics. If you like to read for hours at a time.

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The vector images are defined mathematically, based on their geometric characteristics. Deep Purple are perhaps one of the most celebrated bands ever, especially for their live performances, often with the legendary Made In Japan in mind. It is also true, however, that it would be somewhat limiting to think only of that album when you want to listen to a concert of this band, especially in light of the fact that, unlike other equally or more famous groups, Deep Purple actually released dozens of live shows from all of their career. Of course, one could also be interested in bootlegs here as it is still done with bands like Led … Read the rest



What insect has the ability to extend down into the nearly foot-long nectar tube of the ghost orchid? For generations, that question has interested researchers who’ve speculated that the giant sphinx moth, which has a proboscis that often exceeds 10 inches, was one of few species with a tubular tongue that could reach the sticky pollen nestled inside the endangered flower.

Shot during the course of three years, a short documentary by Grizzly Creek Films follows researchers committed to proving this hypothesis. It draws on Charles Darwin’s 160-year-old studies about orchids’ evolution, particularly in relation to one species in Madagascar about which he famously said, “Good heavens. What insect could suck it?” In  “Chasing Ghosts,” the team wades into the buggy swamplands of south Florida alongside snakes and alligators to reach a grove of cypress trees, where the white flowers wrap themselves high among the boughs. There they installed … Read the rest

Nigerian Gospel Artists, Jahdiel and Eben have released the official video for their collaborative single, “Jesu Doh” – a song of Celebration this Easter as we celebrate the Death and resurrection of The Lord Jesus Christ.
Jesu Doh means “Thank You Jesus” in Urohobo Language

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Renowned for their individual unique sounds and chart topping music, the two artists are making waves as a team, not just in music but as a family too. The two artists are happily married with two children

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EBEN
Eben is an Award winning Nigerian Gospel Artist, was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, the fifth of six children.
In 2005, Eben became popular as a gospel singer,after his first big public appearance, at a youth conference organized by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, where “Imarama” was first heard.

In 2007, Eben released his first … Read the rest

In New York, during the ’70s, the city’s rich gallery scene was dominated by a handful of galleries, including Leo Castelli, Ileana Sonnabend, Pace, Ronald Feldman, and Marlborough. Later on, during the ’80s, Mary Boone, Paula Cooper, Marian Goodman, and Larry Gagosian would join their ranks. These galleries represented the day’s top artists, from Jasper Johns to Andy Warhol, and almost all of the solo exhibitions at these spaces were devoted to white artists. At the time, to be an artist of color in one of these galleries’ stables was unusual, if not extremely rare.

The severe racial disparities affecting the New York scene occasioned a conversation in 1974 between Linda Goode Bryant, then the director of education at the Studio Museum in Harlem, and artist David Hammons. Hammons, who is now widely known for his sculptures making use of ready-made objects in service of koan-like statements about Blackness and … Read the rest

“Purple Mountain” (2020), oil on wood panel, 48 x 36 inches. All images © Seth Armstrong, shared with permission

“Color and light are basically all I think about when I’m painting,” says Seth Armstrong. Working with oil paints on wood, the Los Angeles-based artist renders the sloping hills of his native California county in bold, saturated tones. Depicting the staggered houses and vegetation in the glow of golden hour or just after sunrise, Armstrong balances both hyperrealism and more sweeping, gestural strokes. He includes the occasional candy-colored hue to veil the densely populated landscape—the artist notes that small details can be difficult to perceive when not viewing the works in person—with a layer of magic. “The paintings do become, for me, more than a depiction of light and color,” he writes. “But that’s a personal relationship we have.”

A limited-edition print of “Purple Mountain” releases on April 12 through Unit … Read the rest

A rundown of some of the best new music by Nigerian and Ghanaian acts including ‘El Ho’ Off ‘The Prodigal’ album by Mr P

Best New Music is our weekly roundup of fresh and hot releases you ought to listen to. It’s time to update your playlist.

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I know you must be surprised we are starting with a song that wouldn’t catch your attention by merely looking at the tracklist of “The Prodigal” album by Mr P. I mean an album that has top Nigerian acts like Tiwa Savage, Simi, Teni and Wande Coal would easily pass as one to eventually turn out to be a classic and that’s what Mr P delivered on this tune. He was passing across a message to his haters and what better way … Read the rest

This ranking cares not about genre. Here we see an example of Open Expression in an artwork titled “Separation”. Understanding more about contact zones can really alter our perception and sensation filters.

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Springtime is a glorious season in which to come to London. Written for art enthusiasts, ARTnews covers everything in the world of art. Learn about shows, find out what artists are doing, and discover great exhibitions. With articles spanning everything from the latest innovations in art to the masters, ARTnews keeps you current. picplzthumbs Learn about recent sales, new galleries, and more in each issue of ARTnews. ARTnews from the category which includes Use these buttons to take our suggestion or compare offers from different sites below. But even that educated list showed a listener bias: a preference for the laid-back and mellow. Despite the surprise appearances of Hound Dog and Satisfaction, the list was … Read the rest

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Made from pigment mixed with nondrying oil and a wax binder, oil pastels are a softer and more blendable drawing tool than either colored pencils or crayons. They can also be thinned with oil or solvents for painterly effects. Oil pastels never fully dry, so finished works should be framed behind class or sprayed with a fixative formulated for that purpose. They make up for this drawback, however, by supplying immediate, vivid color.

Can’t decide which brand of oil pastels to choose? We don’t blame you. Not only are there dozens of options available, but there are also so many factors to consider: color strength, consistency, firmness, and of course, price. If you’re just starting out with oil pastels or are looking for a set for casual use, we … Read the rest

Despite their obvious similarities-women who painted women-they represented the “female” in very different ways. Most of the times 3D computer graphics are called as 3D models too.

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Stairway to heaven is probably the most played and listened song in the radio stations. These social outcries eventually impacted Asian Americans political status in society. In 1965, right after the passing of the Civil Rights Act, Lyndon Johnson also signed a bill, the Naturalization Acts, that allowed for the removal of quotas that limited the amount of Chinese and Asian migration in the states. picplzthumbs With Brown vs The Board of Education, segregation in schools was outlawed. And, over time, Asian Americans have become more and more widely accepted by the society around them as they have assimilated into modern day America. American culture now recognizes Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Fillipino, etc. culture as a set of … Read the rest

All images © Naoki Onogawa, shared with permission

Using just his hands, Tokyo-based artist Naoki Onogawa folds scores of origami cranes with wingspans that never top a single centimeter. He then fastens the minuscule birds to asymmetric tree forms, creating bonsai-like sculptures engulfed by hundreds of the monochromatic paper creatures.

Onogawa tells Colossal that he began crafting the tiny birds following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake that devastated parts of southern Hokkaido and Tohoku, which the artist visited the next year. As he walked around the city of Rikuzen Takata, he spotted 1,000 paper cranes at the site of a school demolished by the tsunami. “I found myself in terror of how powerless we humans are in the face of nature’s wonder; yet at the same time, I felt empowered by the power of life, vitality, that shined so brightly in the aftermath of its wrath,” Onogawa says. He … Read the rest