La Fenice Hong Kong – Intimists 4

La Fenice Hong Kong promotes top emerging and mid-career women artists with a unique quality to them, they only represent women that belong to at least two cultures. Their emphasis is on our artists being Intimists. That is they only represent artists who work alone without assistants, who’s work has intimacy.

Art created by women is one of the most undervalued assets currently in the world. In many cases women earn just about 5-10% of what men earn for a sold painting. This trend now started to change rapidly. La Fenice Hong Kong wants you to be part of our unique and adventurous journey of enrichment and discovery.


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Art Gene - Digital U

Art Gene – Digital U: Extreme Views part 2

Digital U: Extreme Views Part 2. Examines the collision of art & environment in the digital age.  Curated by Alejandro Ball the exhibitions will be posted online between October 2019 – March 2020 and will remain online as part of Art Gene’s archive of projects.

“Regardless of the urge to hunker back to simpler times before the Internet, technology has become a steeple of contemporary society and culture.”    

“Rather than raise the luddite flag of regression, Digital U: Extreme Views offers a positive future outcome, one where humanity’s computational technology finds a position of marriage with terra (nature).”

-Alejandro Ball

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Digital America – Issue No. 13

Digital America is an online journal that focuses on digital art and culture with an eye toward the American experience.  Their focus remains on work that just doesn’t quite fit anywhere else. They celebrate experimental internet art that may never live in a gallery, and they look for new perspectives on popular culture, digital culture, and art.

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 Harnett Museum of Art – △: Senior Thesis Exhibition

△: Senior Thesis Exhibition open from April 12 to May 9, 2019, at the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art, University of Richmond Museums. The exhibition is the capstone experience for graduating visual media and arts practice majors in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Richmond.

Selected by the faculty of the Department of Art and Art History to participate in the thesis exhibition, three graduating senior visual media and arts practice majors present their art: Joseph McCormick, Vi Trinh, and Eibhlin Villalta. The students work throughout their senior year to prepare for this exhibition. The course was taught by Brittany Nelson, Assistant Professor of Photography, Department of Art and Art History, University of Richmond.




Digital America – Issue No. 11

This black and white animation was part of Digital America’s 11th Issue, published on April 10th, 2018.  Digital America is an online journal that focuses on digital art and culture with an eye toward the American experience.

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