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Artist Lisabel Filiatrault Blends Science & Art To Create Bold Works

Apr 27, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Artist Lisabel Filiatrault was born in Quebec, but has made a big impression in the international art community with her innovative techniques and resources. Lisabel’s contemporary approach to her bold artwork features the use of polymer and composite materials that are also used by Bombardier Aerospace, stretching the limits of the contemporary art field.... Read More

Contemporary Art by Hong Sung Chul Encourages Human Interaction

Apr 27, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Art galleries can be an isolating experience, with individuals wandering through to look at pieces without really connecting to them or their fellow gallery-goers. Hong Sung Chul's art endeavors to change that, by showcasing human connection both in his art and in how it is presented.... Read More

Join Photographer Dean Bradshaw on His Pursuit of Visual Awesome

Apr 24, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

From field biologist in the Australian Outback to photographer on the California coast, Dean Bradshaw is making an impact with his impressive imagery. While on a journey that he likes to call his "constant pursuit of visual awesome," Dean is capturing bold, intriguing, and thought provoking moments around the world. We got an exclusive interview with the man behind the camera to see where his inspiration is found and where it will take him next.... Read More

1823 Parchment Copy of Declaration of Independence Sells for $597,500

Apr 12, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Many collectors came with buying intentions for the opportunity to bid on a rare, parchment copy of the Declaration of Independence on the auction block at Heritage Auctions' Historical Manuscripts Signature Auction, in New York, on April 11, 2012.... Read More

Ernesto Neto Invites You to Enter His Artistic Labyrinth

Apr 4, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto is commonly recognized as the heir to the "Neo-Concreto" art movement in his home country. Neo-Concreto is a splinter of the Concrete art movement, which was formed in Brazil in the 1950s. The movement calls for greater sensuality, color and poetic feeling than Concrete art, translating to three-dimensional works that encourage the viewer to experience, and not just look upon, art.... Read More

Night Falls Exhibit from Artists Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz

Apr 2, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

The artistic team of Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz has once again come together for their latest art exhibit, Night Falls. Night Falls is the eighth collaboration for the two, who often create dystopian images through photographs and sculptures and creative snow globes.... Read More

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