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aembassy The images of more than 500 people are being projected onto the facade of France’s National Assembly building during the 2015 U.N. Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris to “remind leaders that the world is watching,” in the words of the artists behind the project. The Standing March is the collaborative effort of the French artist known as JR and the American filmmaker Darren Aronofsky. The “representation of humanity” is, the artists said, a message to the 25,000 world leaders who have gathered in Paris to negotiate a plan that will limit the rise of the global temperature to 2°C (3.6°F). Last week, Art Embassy held a critic session discussing on threats of global warming and climate change. You can find more in our previous posts.

Article and Images from the @Times "Massive Public Artwork in Paris Reflects Desire for Climate-Change Solutions"
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artpagedaily Stunning painting
Artwork by: @hiddenmushroom
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aembassy Tengri 2 I Alisi AT
Alisi's work can be described simply as an intricate animation; an immersive experience. Alisi mixes painting and video techniques to create an exclusive visual experience. Each image - painted and shot frame-by-frame- blends into the next, creating a dazzling animation.
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dropped_chuppa You know ur working too hard when u start using q-tips in a painting.. #godhelpme #artstudentproblems 16h

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aembassy The Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and ’70s included music, theater and literature, but also art collectives like Spiral and the photography group and workshop Kamoinge, founded in 1963. Kamoinge, which means “acting together” in Kikuyu, a Kenyan language, was dedicated to positive representations of African-Americans. Two shows currently in Steven Kasher Gallery and Wilmer Jennings Gallery examine Kamoinge’s legacy and coincide with the publication of recent books about the collectives.

Louis Draper’s “Girl and Cuba,” photographed in Philadelphia in 1968. Credit Steven Kasher Gallery, New York
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roldans27 When you have new art supplies but you don't want to use them because they look so pretty and new #artstudentproblems #artsy #art #pastels #color #winthrop #winthroparts #graphite #artproblems #rainbow 1d

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christianna42 "It's so fine and yet so terrible to stand in front of a blank canvas." ~ Paul Cezanne #artstudentproblems #senioryear #christiannagoestocollege #drawing 1d

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wooreeisbored U͟n͟t͟i͟t͟l͟e͟d͟, 12x͟12"
okay, over the past few years, I wasn't sure if I was ready to put my work out there, but I realized that I will never feel ready. So from now on, I'm just gonna post my artwork on instagram! Feel free to ask, comment or critique! I hope you are not annoyed by a bunch of hashtags
#abstract#abstractart#abstractartist#abstractarts#abstractexpressionism#abstractexpressionist#abstractpainting #myart#onlineart#onlineartgallery#paint#painting#paintings#pouringpainting#splashingpainting#studio#studioart#artstudentproblems
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pnca_admissions Club Fair. Club Fair. Club Fair. This Feb 12, 12:30p - 1:30p. Come check out all the many different ways for a #PNCA student to spend their precious hours of free time! Like #movieclub #chessclub and #poetryclub - to name but a few ;) #artstudentproblems #college life #PDXNow #Portland #pdx @pnca_studentlife #downtownpdx #citylife #artlife #creativityworkshere #artcollege #artschool #artmatters #arted #arteducation 2d

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aembassy The 89plus project which, which was co-founded by @hansulrichobrist and co-curated with Simon Castets, investigates the first generation to have grown up with the internet—a generation that currently makes up half of the world’s population, and whose voices are only now beginning to be heard. The project is not about predicting or creating the future, but rather about bringing practitioners in different fields together through panels, books, periodicals, exhibitions, and residencies to share their insights and ideas.
Installation view of “Filter Bubble,” an 89plus exhibition co-curated by Simon Castets and Hans Ulrich Obrist, at LUMA Westbau, Zürich, until February 14th, 2016. Photo by Stefan Altenburger.
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