Month: May 2014

Artist: Nomad

Nomad is the blueprint of the contemporary Urban Artist. Educated and inspired by the Skateboarding, Hardcore Punk, Graffiti, Hip-Hop and Rave Counter-cultures of the 80’s. His visual imprint on the early Berlin Street-art-scene has been immense. His thousands of freestyle Roadside trash paintings and marker-drawings on Berlin’s streets, earned him countless admirers and collectors and […]

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THE ART INFRASTRUCTURE IN SRI LANKA | CAB FOUNDER, ANNOUSHKA HEMPEL

THE ART INFRASTRUCTURE IN SRI LANKA | CAB FOUNDER, ANNOUSHKA HEMPEL THE ART INFRASTRUCTURE IN SRI LANKA | CAB FOUNDER, ANNOUSHKA HEMPEL Written by artraadmin on April 23, 2014 Filed under POSTS ON ARTRA, REVIEWS   Q| What is the feedback you received from the art communities and the public about the recently concluded Colombo Art Biennale? A| The […]

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frieze magazine coverage

frieze magazine coverage Colombo Art Biennale 2014 VARIOUS LOCATIONS, COLOMBO, SRI LANKA Anoli Perera, Memory Keeper: Red Cupboard, 2014, Video, monitor, cupboard, fabric, ceramic cups, 183 cm x 140 cm x 76 On the balmy afternoon of 30 January, the Colombo Art Biennale (CAB) opened to a packed hall at the Lakshman Kadigamar Institute in central Colombo, […]

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Writing history artistically

Writing history artistically Artistic uprising War could devastate a society, solidify new stereotypes and numb the body of civil society. War could be the genitor of new motifs for the work of art too. The civil war in Sri Lanka, which allegedly amounted to ethnic cleansing, became a muse for contemporary visual artists in the […]

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Top Ten Artworks at the India Art Fair 2014

Top Ten Artworks at the India Art Fair 2014 Anoli Perera’s works selected as one of the top ten artworks at the India Art Fair 2014!

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