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Dr Bob Jarvis BUCHAREST’S SLUM KIDS HIT THE CATWALK……………………..DOES MODA MAHALA BUCURESTILOR MEAN ANYTHING TO YOU ?…

BUCHAREST’S SLUM KIDS HIT THE CATWALK……………………..
DOES MODA MAHALA BUCURESTILOR MEAN ANYTHING TO YOU ?
It soon will … in the run down inner city streets of Bucharest there is a new beat – you dance to the bands (Mahala rai banda, Tarif de hanouks)- now they have their own high styl… Continue

Added by Dr Bob Jarvis on June 1, 2010 at 7:21pm — 1 Comment

Dr Bob Jarvis BB4 SETS A CHALLENGE TO POST COMMUNIST ROMANIA

BB4 – 50,000 PENSIONERS IN THE STREETS. Bob Jarvis reports on Bucharest’s Biennale of Contemporary Art. I arrived at Bucharest’s retro-communist chaotic, airless airport, Baneasa, the same day there were more demonstrators on the streets of Romania’s capital than since 1989. And most of them were over 60, in protest against the cuts in state-pensions (the breadline for many of Romania’s elderly) of 15% and 25% in state salaries. Where the money that the IMF bailed the country out with has gone i… Continue

Added by Dr Bob Jarvis on June 15, 2010 at 5:57am — No Comments

Beatrice Jarvis Practicing Landscape


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Added by Beatrice Jarvis on June 2, 2010 at 2:11am — No Comments

Robin Tarbet My Studio Blog

http://robintarbet.blogspot.com

Robin Tarbet is an artist living and working in London. This blog is an ongoing collection of his work and the things that inform it.
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Added by Robin Tarbet on April 25, 2010 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Beatrice Jarvis A blog for urban musings..

http://beatricejarvis.wordpress.com/

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Added by Beatrice Jarvis on April 19, 2010 at 11:36pm — No Comments

Anne Beatrice Baker Merging Journeys

I am curious about Art & Architecture, as a website/organization, and as a collaborative model for the developing professional world. For those members of A&A, I would love to hear about your journeys in both fields, and how you find yourselves to integrate the two in your work.

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Added by Anne Beatrice Baker on January 8, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

cmc Neil Gall at David Nolan gallery, New York painted architecture

Until 1st of May In New York, at David Nolan gallery, the scottish artist Neil Gall that is living and working in London is being exhibited.
The exhibition is called "The great constructor" and it is about some oil and graffito works of strange and evocative architectures. I found it interesting about how the artist talk about construction through a planar representation. I also think that the kind of constructions he represent are unexpected and very powerful.

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Added by cmc on March 25, 2010 at 12:04pm — No Comments

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