Tag Archive | art

“The Little House” in Gloucester

  Little House installation view. The Little House “Once upon a time there was a little house.” – Virginia Lee Burton The Story “The story centers on a house built at the top of a small hill, far out in the country in 1900 America. Her builder decrees that she “may never be sold for […]

Portrait by AI program sells for $432,000. Sacred and Profane- A Tale of Two Pictures. Update: Beware the Hype.

Updated October 31, 2018.  First published August 22, 2018. Portrait of Edmond de Belamy (Detail) Fine Art in the New Media This blog reports on the subject of Fine Art in the New Media. The portrait above, “Portrait of Edmond de Belamy,” was created by an artificial intellegence program has been sold at auction for […]

Rembrandt’s “Night Watch” to be restored in public, and live – streamed.

Fine Art in the New Media So, we chose this clip to report the news of the restoration of  Rembrandt’s Night Watch over all other video and print media reporting on the same topic. The BBC, The New York Times. The Guardian, The Telegraph, Artsy.net, and The Rijksmuseum itself ,among others because it is a […]

Photography by Jack Dziamba to be Exhibited in Barcelona

September 26, 2018 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Jack Dziamba’s Photography to be Exhibited in Barcelona Photographs by Jack Dziamba will be exhibited in The 5th edition of the Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography in Barcelona from October 4 to 21. Jack’s work has been exhibited in New York, […]

Oldest Human Art – 73,000 Years Ago. World’s Oldest Art – 430,000 Years Ago. What Does This Mean For Art and What Does IT Mean For “US”?

Who are “We”? “What is “Art”?
Popular wisdom believes that Abstract Art is one of the highest forms of cognition, and that “Art” was created by us, Homo sapiens 73,000 years ago. Yet, the evidence shows that abstract cognition, and abstract art existed 430,000 years ago…

How Marcel Marceau Used His Mime Skills to Save Children’s Lives During the Holocaust

Marceau helped a group of children escape Nazi-occupied France by using his skills of mimicry to safely lead them into Switzerland. YouTube.

“He later said that he used his pantomime skills to keep the children silent during the most dangerous moments,” writes David B. Green for Haaretz.

A Portrait Created Solely by AI Will be Offered by Christie’s. Sacred and Profane- A Tale of Two Pictures.

August 22, 2018 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. Portrait of Edmond de Belamy (Detail) Fine Art in the New Media This blog reports on the subject of Fine Art in the New Media. The portrait above “Portrait of Edmond de Belamy” was created by AI, praised, and will be offered by […]