Seeking female and female-read artists for the Salon de Refusées. Open to works rejected by juried art shows, art prizes and residencies within the last 18 months. Deadline: December 13, 2023
This winter, Galerie Christine Knauber transforms into a realm where fairy tales and frosty landscapes merge in the “Winter-Märchen” exhibition. Opening on November 23, 2023, this show is a journey into a winter wonderland reimagined by 15 contemporary artists.
Dieser einzigartige Duft entführt uns in magische Gefilde, getragen vom Zephyr, der den würzigen Duft des Meeres und sommerwarmer Blüten in sich trägt.
Anastasia Lukomskaya is a visual artist and poet from Moscow, now in Germany, exploring human consciousness and the impact of totalitarianism. Her art, spanning various media, reflects on societal ills and the quest for personal truth in a world of compulsion and conformity.
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La Bonanza at Galerie im Körnerpark blends culture, food, and music in a unique Berlin experience. Find out what makes this event a must-see.
The universe is full of mysterious and awe-inspiring phenomena that have captivated human imagination for centuries. Among these are the sounds emitted by celestial bodies, such as planets and moons, which are not audible to the human ear but can be detected and translated into music.
Berlin Art Week 2023: an event that resonates with artists, curators, and art enthusiasts alike. For one week, the city transforms into a sprawling canvas, showcasing a myriad of artistic expressions. But as the art world descends upon Berlin, a question looms large: Who gets to be a part of this illustrious event?
In an era where technology and art are becoming increasingly interwoven, a new breed of artists is emerging—those who blend traditional painting techniques with artificial intelligence (AI). While the AI art scene is booming, women remain underrepresented. This article aims to shine a spotlight on contemporary female painters who are pushing the boundaries of AI art.
Eine Nacht voller Kunst und Inspiration in den B.L.O. Ateliers zur Langen Nacht der Bilder 2023. Lassen Sie sich auf die unorthodoxe Welt der Berliner Kunst ein und treffen Sie die Künstler*innen hinter den Werken.
Enter a world of wonder and imagination with “Stroking an Invisible Horse,” a captivating oil painting by Cornelia Es Said, part of the larger “RE:SET” project, a unique collaboration between human artist Cornelia Es Said and AI artist Midjourney. Experience the magic of human-AI collaboration and immerse yourself in a world of wonder and possibility. Click to read more!
Dieser Artikel enthüllt die Vision hinter der KI-gestützten Serie “Stroking a(n In)visible Horse” und bietet eine Vorschau auf eine eindrucksvolle Kunstauktion in Berlin. Entdecken Sie die Synthese von menschlicher Kreativität und maschineller Intelligenz.