Marcus Lothar

Dejan Stević writes under the pseudonym of Marcus Lothar. Born and raised in Serbia he appreciates the whole ensemble of symbolic codes and emergent properties in the modern society.
Benjamin Bichard Exhibition Benjamin Bichard Exhibition Opening Soon at Galerie Geraldine Banier

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Evolutionary biology tells us that mimicry is a similarity of one species to another, evolved to protect one or both. But going much against the commonly perceived notion that mimicry addresses only the visual aspects of sensation, this similarity can...

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Agostino Bonalumi Brilliant Agostino Bonalumi in a Special Exhibition at Gallery Cortesi in London

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Many great artists begin to show interest in the working mechanics of nature at a very young age. Such was the great polymath Leonardo Da Vinci, producing remarkable technical drawings of the surrounding world from his preteen age. Flower petals, birds in...

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walid raad exhibition Paula Cooper Gallery Celebrates Walid Raad With a Special Exhibition

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Letters to the reader, a composition of 11 painted pieces and laser-cut wooden panels done by Walid Raad is displayed in an exhibition at Paula Cooper Gallery which opened on February 27th in New York. Each of those pieces represents a portion of a wall or...

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Eric Lacombe Exhibition Eric Lacombe Exhibition Presents a Bleak Artwork Series at Last Rites Gallery

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Eric Lacombe, in the art world better known as Monstror, is a French artist originating from Lyon. This is a man of supreme competence, consistently retaining those unspeakable and ambiguous qualities of emotional brunt that artists scarcely possess. We never...

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creepy art Creepy Art Exhibition Follows the Armory Week at Booth Gallery New York

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Beauty is in the eye of a beholder, or so the saying goes. What about ugliness then, is ugliness in the beholder’s eyes as well? In his book, “On Ugliness”, written in the frame of his acclaimed “History of Beauty”, writer and cultural...

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Whimsical Illustrations by Joan Cornella Coming to Spoke Art

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Viewing the world through the keyhole vacated for us by comic books, we are not only able to identify ourselves and our own practices, but also the experiences of those opposing us. We can expand our comprehension of the surrounding world by taking in these...

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urban artists Urban Artists Gather in Polification at Plastic Murs

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Georges Eugène Haussmann, French administrator who lived in the 19th century, was chosen by the Emperor Napoleon III to improve the landscaping, street designs and utility networks of Paris. In doing so, he inadvertently pushed the future of city planning...

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japanese contemporary ceramics Curated by Takashi Murakami, Exhibition of Japanese Contemporary Ceramics Comes to Blum and Poe New York

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Tradition is defined as a belief or behavior passed down within society, with symbolic meanings and with deep roots in the past. Tradition is also conceptualized as a notion of holding on to a previous time, as found in philosophical discourse. For artistic...

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michael gregory New Oil Paintings by Michael Gregory at Nancy Hoffman Gallery

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If someone walked up to me and whispered – “land of freedom and opportunity” into my ear, America would probably be the first association that would spring to mind. Whether that would be induced by propaganda instilled in our thoughts by media, can...

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david bray exhibition Stephanie Chefas Projects Presents David Bray and His Amateur Occult Club Exhibition

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Some artists are just not left with much choice when it comes to their vocation. Surrounded by art and artists since he came into this world, David Bray is one of those “choice imposed” souls, and he shows us that limitations and choices mean...

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JonOne A change in tempo, 1991 The Legend, JonOne with His Masterpieces Soon at Galerie Le Feuvre

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Bohemianism is often seen as a practice of an unconventional lifestyle in the company of like-minded people, with few permanent ties. Perhaps this sounds strange to someone, but those are all aspects that are considered desirable for an aspiring artist, an...

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