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What if the crown of thorns became more fragile than flesh? Can art turn pain into a fragment of beauty? "Corona" is Javier Pérez's answer. Now at GLASSTRESS NEW YORK. http://www.glasstress.org/glasstress-world-now
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So you said you couldn't come to Venice last year for Glasstress 2011? Now you can visit the whole exhibition while sitting on your armchair, thanks to our amazing high definition Virtual Tour: http://glasstress.org/vtour-2011/tour.html
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GLASSTRESS NEW YORK.
The best of Glasstress at the MAD, Museum of Arts and Design in New York (february 14 > june 10, 2012).
http://www.glasstress.org/glasstress-world-now
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Christmas aliens have arrived at Venice Projects – contemporary art through the glass. Andthey brought six artists for a new collective exhibition, Vertigo 5: Jan Fabre, Koen Vanmechelen, MassimoLunardon, Sergio Bovenga, Jean-Luc Moerman, Wolfgang Zingerle.
VeniceProjects / Dorsoduro 868, 30123 Venice /12 December 2011 >15 January 2012
www.veniceprojects.com
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Christmas aliens are sneaking into Venice. And they're not alone!
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Watch out! Christmas aliens are coming...
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Our colleagues from Berengo Studio are in Ghent, 2 > 6 december.
www.lineart.be/en/exhibitor/berengo-studio-1989/
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Jan De Vliegher's Treasury: the exhibition at Venice Project closed three weeks ago, but many people still come in to ask about his paintings.
http://www.veniceprojects.com/site/artist.php?idArtist=5
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Andrey Martynov, executive director of the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, was here in Venice last friday. He came in to have a look at Tatiana Daniliyant's photos and glass sculptures. He was very impressed by the photo of the boy with the red star lollipop, because he said it perfecltly represents the multi-layered spirit of contemporary Russia.
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Why do people need an object as a pretext to talk about themselves? Sometimes a lollipop can be enough, as Tatiana Daniliyants shows in her photos.
Tatiana Daniliyants - Anima Russa
Venice Projects 04.11.2011 > 11.12.2011
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