Estandarte,ARTHUR BISPO DO ROSARIO (1909-1989) was a Brazilian artist who spent fifty years confined to the attic of a psychiatric institution. His art, which he saw as a spiritual journey rather than the product of pure creativity, proved to be his salvation argues Rajesh Punj.
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"The "Album" series utilizes found personal photographs, many treated in sepia tone, collected by Muniz over a number of years. The images composed are of familiar scenes that may be found in family photo albums - a portrait of a baby, a wedding, a school picture, or a vacation snapshot. These images reflect intimate yet universal narratives". Via Sikkema Jenkins & Co., Via Paredro #VikMuniz #Posfotografía #ArtisticProjects #Postphotography #Art
For Brazilian artist Fábio Magalhães’ hyperrealist oil paintings, the more grotesque the better. Using gruesome body horror imagery such as hacked up, barely identifiable body parts and suffocated faces in plastic bags, Magalhães’ work is as incisive as it is skillfully rendered. The b
‘Zoom’ Trailer: Alison Pill Stars in an Even More Meta Take on ‘Stranger Than Fiction’ http://best-fotofilm.blogspot.com/2016/08/zoom-trailer-alison-pill-stars-in-even.html There have been countless movies of all kinds featuring stories within stories. Adaptation, The Princess Bride, Synecdoche, New York and even Tropic Thunder all have layers of storytelling within them. Now a new film from director Pedro Morelli that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last year takes…
Drawings depicting Martians from The War of the Worlds on sale
The drawings were an instant hit with readers and went on to be used in numerous reprints of The War of the Worlds