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Artqol
Sep 23, 2020
In Your AQs
Berlin based artist Anne Wölk is fascinated by science fiction stories and cyberspace. Anne alters film stills, as well as photographs from our friend in the sky the Hubble Space Telescope. She then integrates them into her paintings. We interviewed her and presented some of her recent works. Check out the interview
New works by Anne Wölk content media
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Artqol
Sep 21, 2020
In Your AQs
Born and bred in a profoundly spiritual family of Vrindavan, Indian artist Parth Kanhai is part of the Kanhai Arts legacy which was started 62 years ago. Their masterpiece collections are showcased on the walls of renowned personalities. Check out the feature we did with him and how he presents his work. Read the feature
New feature published with Parth Kanhai content media
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Artqol
Sep 21, 2020
In Your AQs
My AQ is a new area on Artqol that focuses on enabling the capability for Artqol members to create their own content, share announcements, short updates and ideas related to their art practice. These posts are available publicly and can be linked to and from Artqol pages, websites and social pages. Posting on My AQ is pretty simple and includes the option for text, images, videos, gifs, documents and emojis 🙂 . Just login and start posting. The Artqol Team
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Artqol
Sep 21, 2020
In Exhibition Pages
curated by: BORIS KOSTADINOV The Crown of the Corona is a project for an international exhibition in the spaces of Artqol. The exhibition aims to provide a platform which presents a wide range of ideas, concepts and reactions provoked by the multifaceted issues of COVID-19. Visit exhibition page
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Artqol
Sep 21, 2020
In Open Calls
Currency is a project for an international exhibition in the online spaces of Artqol. The exhibition seeks to raise awareness in the public about the difference between money and currency and how it affects their lives and social environment. The Currency open call invites for participation artists working in all contemporary visual arts media. Curated by Eyal Zucker Application deadline: September 30, 2020 Apply Here
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Artqol
Sep 21, 2020
In Exhibition Pages
Alleyway off Police St, Dunedin - Oil on canvas, 150 x 110 cm Although graffiti and street-art have often appeared in Sam Foley's work, in the past it has been incidental to environment, whereas now this subject has taken front and centre. This collection of paintings explores the language of graff in multiple international and local urban environments, highlighting many similarities and contrasting the differences. Visit exhibition page
GRAFF by Sam Foley
New Urban Landscapes From Home & Abroad content media
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