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Artist Profile: Anila Agha

Artist Profile: Anila Agha by Thomas Boldt The internet has an incredible power to remove boundaries in a number of areas of life, and few people know this better than Pakistani-American artist Anila Agha. Originally born in Lahore, Pakistan but finishing her art studies with an MFA from the University of North Texas in 2001, Agha recently found herself receiving a great deal of free press for…
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Transformation – Translocation by Ai WeiWei

Until recently I had only read about Ai WeiWei, his art and political/ social activism but that changed recently on a visit to Austria where his installation work Transformation - Translocation is being shown at the Belvedre Museum and 21er Haus in Vienna. Generally not a huge fan of installation work primarily because it often requires a lot of explanation which I find undermines the…
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Split-Rocker

Split-Rocker by Jeff Koons

A lot has been said about the floral sculpture installation Split Rocker by Jeff Koons currently installed at the Rockerfeller Centre Plaza in New York and here is my addition to all that is gone before. A mammoth art installation at 37 feet high, the Split-Rocker was designed by Koons in 2000 and been shown at various locations prior to arriving at this venue. The shell of steel is embedded…
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