Tag Archive | Amsterdam

CAN YOU REALLY CUT-UP FINE ART? RIJKSSTUDO by Rikjs Museum, Amsterdam

August 24, 2016. New Posts For July and August go up bi-weekly on Wednesdays by Jack Dziamba.                                                                                                        CHECK IT OUT Vacation Edition:                                                                                              FINE ART in the NEW MEDIA Rijksstudio is a great example of the use of New Media tools for Fine Art, and fulfills the mission of a museum to make art […]

Vincent van Gogh, LIVE! Another Fantastic use of Fine Art in the New Media by the Van Gogh Museum

May 11, 2016. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday, by Jack Dziamba Fine Art in the New Media The Van Gogh Museum continues to astonish and break new technical ground in its use of the New Media tools to make Van Gogh, and his art accessible  to everyone, showing the artist as well as the […]

FRANCESCA WOODMAN, PHOTOGRAPHER

New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday, by Jack Dziamba. December 23, 2015   View Images from the Exhibition Francesca Woodman, Photographer From Francesca Woodman, Carey Keller, Editor (SFMOMA, 2013): “Woodman began photographing at the age of 13. By the time she enrolled at the Rhode Island School of Design 1n 1975, she was already an accomplished photographer, […]

E-MUSEUMS – ARTtube – MORE THAN JUST A YOU TUBE FOR ART

New Weekly Post goes up every Wednesday at 8:30PM EST Nederlandse vertaling volgt. FIVE DUTCH AND BELGIUM MUSEUMS CREATE THEIR OWN CHANNEL Through ARTtube, five Dutch and Belgian museums, including the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Gemeentemuseum at the Hague in Belgium, M HKA in Antwerp, (the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp) De Pont in […]

E MUSEUMS AND E MEDIA: GLAM FOR ALL

GLAM wiki New Weekly Post goes up every Wednesday at 8:30PM EST Where DO All Those Wiki Images Come From? With all the high visibility litigation about artist’s copyright involving the (current) legal definitions of “In the Public Domain” and “Fair Use,” it’s important to explore the other side-what is being done to further public […]