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haleem bareach

              As one can turn his/her to the present time he finds fear, torture, war and poverty everywhere. The contemporary times are completely captured with news items. The whole society is compassed within the violence. Europe to Asia,Arabs to Kashmir, Australia to Africa whole …

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ynin shillo

              Ynin Shillo (born 1960) is a conceptual interdisciplinary artist Initiator and Curator of the “AVI Project” (Art Video International). www.celesteprize.com/YninShillo

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najlaa shawkat el fitouri

Born in Tripoli, Libya, 1968. BA in Fine Arts graduate 1991. She studied at the Fine Arts at Tripoli University. lives and works in Tripoli Libya She exhibited her artwork in UK, Germany, France, China,Switzerland,USA,Malta and has had group and solo Exhibitions in several gallery including at the Art house …

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woraphan intaraworapad

The Meta-Painting With the House of Rainbow Sand are the artist’s records over paintings after Thai’s coup. The artist exploresthe relationship between Thai artworks and political,societal, cultural and historical events by highlighting 3 major incidents: “The shifts to modernity in Khrua In Khong’swork”,”History of the national Exhibition of Art(1937-1987),and “The …

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bogdan mucha

All our stories and visions come from childhood. This is the way our viewpoint of the world is created. How it sees us and how we feel ourselves in it. And there is really interesting process of how our tastes and preferences are born. Where do we get it and …

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Remi Van Alphen

  My name is Suresh Doerga, my artist name is Rémi van Alphen and I’m from Holland. I have been looking at art and drawing since a young age and wanted to become an artist when I was young, but never got a chance to become this. But since a …

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McKenna Artistry

I paint many different subject matters, but I am most well known for my flowers. I love to paint the delicate petals of a rose, inviting the viewer to stop and look, stop and ‘smell’ the flowers, as it were. They are inviting and lovely to look at, but then …

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