In this Celebrity #ASMR interview, rapper Cardi B explores autonomous sensory meridian response with whispers and sounds. The award-winning musician quietly chats about her chart-topping song 'Bodak Yellow' and motherhood while petting a rug and fooling around with a children's toy. Captured on Google Pixel 3 #CardiB Still haven’t subscribed to W on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/wyoutubesub ABOUT W The Who, What, Where, When, and Why in the world of fashion and style. W provides the ultimate insider experience with an original, provocative approach to art, culture, videos, travel, fashion, and beauty. Cardi B Explores ASMR | W Magazine
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BTS sits down with PEOPLE Magazine ahead of their performance at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards. Subscribe to People ►► http://po.st/SubscribePeople People NOW brings you daily news updates, interviews and more from the world of celebrities. Join Jeremy Parsons and Andrea Boehlke for an exclusive look at some of the juiciest celebrity gossip, drama, love stories and everything you need to know about today’s who’s who. Watch the newest celebrity interviews - From Jennifer Lopez to Jennifer Lawrence, Pop Stars to Movie Stars, Bachelors to Real Housewives, we’ve got it all: https://www.youtube.com/embed/?list=PLzS8B57pacxwyamvauL4pdzZkN_3j_daW&autoplay=1 Stay on top of all the latest celebrity gossip - Scandals, news, rumors and more: https://www.youtube.com/embed/?list=PLzS8B57pacxyPxBFbzjY5NqiJmUBvHgTE&autoplay=1 Celebrity love, romance and relationships - Never miss out on who’s dating who, recent break ups and new hook ups: https://www.youtube.com/embed/?list=PLzS8B57pacxzBdPhE7vu69ONKbJemr4_l&autoplay=1 Celebrity style, fashion icons, outfit fails and the best dressed - Check out everything from Gigi Hadid’s legendary outfits to Eva Longoria’s timeless style: https://www.youtube.com/embed/?list=PLzS8B57pacxzWKYCRsB6uH7Y7MDdUFdck&autoplay=1 Get all access to A-list events, award shows and parties - Who wore what, which awards were won, and was there any drama: https://www.youtube.com/embed/?list=PLzS8B57pacxwXU_Gfe2aaqvb2E4CUI5Fg&autoplay=1 No matter if you’re into Taylor Swift or Justin Bieber, we’ve got some of the best live performances right here: https://www.youtube.com/embed/?list=PLzS8B57pacxyPM1cEn5JXgA7xTFjlU7LJ&autoplay=1 Keep up with the Kardashians - get the latest on Kim & Kanye, and the rest of the hottest celebrity family around: https://www.youtube.com/embed/?list=PLzS8B57pacxz-JkjNRg3wCQ71l8xXITMY&autoplay=1 CONNECT WITH Web: http://people.com/ Twitter: http://po.st/TwitterPeople Facebook: http://po.st/FacebookPeople Instagram: http://po.st/InstaPeople Google+: http://po.st/GooglePeople ABOUT PEOPLE PEOPLE is the #1 online news source all things pop culture. Get your fix of the hottest celebrity news, celebrity gossip, celebrity interviews, exclusive stories, red carpet events, style and updates from the world of entertainment, involving your favorite stars. Full Interview: BTS On What They Love About Themselves, Each Other, Dream Artist Collabs | PeopleTV https://www.youtube.com/user/people
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George Condo was part of the 1980s wild art scene in New York. In this video, recorded in his New York-studio, the iconic artist shares his life-long love of drawing and thoughts on his artistic expression, which he describes as “artificial realism.” ”I kind of draw like you’re walking through the forest, where you don’t really know where you’re going, and you just start from some point and randomly travel through the paper until you get to a place where you finally reach your destination.” Condo studied music theory at college, but soon realised that it was too formal and rigid for him, and that he needed an art form that would give him more freedom. However, he still approaches his art like a musician, working fast and following the rhythm of the drawing or painting without “missing any of the notes.” The tempo, he feels, is very important when it comes to art. Condo wants his work to contain clear references to the different artists – from Picasso to Velasquez – they’re inspired by, but with a twist. His painting or drawings are about finding a way in which one can capture a person’s humanity through a portrait – capturing not just the outside but also the inside. Moreover, Condo aims to “turn negatives into positives”, portraying “the ordinary characters that make up our lives, whether it’s the janitor or the bus driver or the school teacher or the principal or the mailman or the truck driver. These are not the glamorous people that you see on the cover of Vogue Magazine, but they are what the world is composed of. And to give them a spot in the world is what I always admired about Rembrandt to a certain degree…” “I love drawing as much as painting, so why not make your paintings from your drawings, but literally have there be no defined sort of hierarchy between the two mediums?” Condo started making “drawing-paintings”, where you can’t distinguish e.g. paint from pastel, or a line made with a paintbrush or a line drawn in from and thus making the two mediums equal: “There’s no real difference between figurative painting or abstract painting, ‘cause it’s all painting to begin with… You don't’ have to follow any rules as a painter. If you’re making an abstract painting it doesn't mean eventually it can’t morph into a figurative one.” When a famous art historian asked Condo what he called the form of work he did, Condo thought of the description “artificial realism”. Artificial realism gives the painter the opportunity to go back and paint something in a realistic way while still portraying all that which is artificial in our world. In continuation of this, he finds that now everything seems to be “artificial realism” with the fake news that is all around us: “Art is the truth, and everything else is a lie.” George Condo (b. 1957) is an American contemporary visual artist working in the mediums of painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking. Condo mixes input from art history’s masters – such as Velasquez, Manet and Picasso – with elements of American Pop Art. He distorts and renews this material so that it stands out and becomes his own: a kind of strange hybrid that blurs boundaries between the comic and the tragic, the grotesque and the beautiful, the classic and the innovative. As part of the wild art scene in New York in the early 1980s, Condo was close to painters such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, and worked for Andy Warhol’s Factory, applying diamond dust to silkscreen. Condo’s work is in the permanent collections of MoMA, the Whitney Museum, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Broad Foundation in Los Angeles, Tate Gallery in London, Centre George Pompidou in Paris and Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo, among others. He is the recipient of an Academy Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters (1999) and the Francis J. Greenberger Award (2005). Condo lives and works in New York City. George Condo was interviewed by Kasper Bech Dyg at his studio in Soho, New York City in September 2017. Camera: Jakob Solbakken Produced and edited by: Kasper Bech Dyg Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2017 Supported by Nordea-fonden FOLLOW US HERE! Website: http://channel.louisiana.dk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LouisianaChannel Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/louisianachannel Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/LouisianaChann
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SURFACE's newest interview with hip-hop legend Kanye West. Original link - https://vimeo.com/192272904 Kanye Omari West (/ˈkɑːnjeɪ/; born June 8, 1977) is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, fashion designer, and entrepreneur. Born in Atlanta and raised in Chicago, West briefly attended art school before becoming known as a producer for Roc-A-Fella Records in the early 2000s, producing hit singles for artists such as Jay-Z and Alicia Keys. Intent on pursuing a solo career as a rapper, West released his debut album The College Dropout in 2004 to widespread critical and commercial success, and founded the record label GOOD Music. He went on to pursue a variety of styles on subsequent albums Late Registration (2005), Graduation (2007), and 808s & Heartbreak (2008). In 2010, he released his fifth album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy to rave reviews from critics, and the following year he released the collaborative album Watch the Throne with Jay-Z. West released his abrasive sixth album, Yeezus, to further critical praise in 2013. His seventh album, The Life of Pablo, was released in 2016.
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Michael Albert, a Pop artist who started making art as a business student at NYU, discusses his interest in art and collage in this interview. Smithsonian Black History Month Family Day 2012 February 4, 2012 National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum
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Back in November, FORGE. met up with New York based editorial illustrator Victo Ngai at her Manhattan apartment. We first noticed Victo's incredibly detailed and intricate illustrations through her work for The New York Times and The New Yorker, and she quickly became one of the first artists we sought out to interview as we were planning our 1st issue. Although it took us about a year to get into the same room as each other, the wait was definitely worth it. Victo talked about her experience going to RISD, how she approaches developing a style, and how she ended up leaving Hong Kong to study art in the U.S. Victo was incredibly kind and easy to talk to, and gave us some great advice about art school and finding work afterwords. You'll be able to read the entire interview in Issue 3 of FORGE. magazine (coming out March 2014) For more of Victo's work visit http://victo-ngai.com/ http://victongai.tumblr.com/ http://www.behance.net/victo https://twitter.com/victongai Music contributions by THE BILINDA BUTCHERS http://thebilindabutchers.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/the-bilinda-butchers http://thebilindabutchers.tumblr.com/ Nobel Savage http://anoblesavage.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/trevorlang
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Los Angeles-based concept artist, Danny Gardner talks about his inspiration, personal philosophy, influence and mission in this exclusive interview with Cecil Kim from Bluecanvas Magazine. For the full interview, pick up your copy of Bluecanvas Magazine Issue 13. http://bit.ly/ReJ1pp Bluecanvas website: http://www.bluecanvas.com/ Danny Gardner's Bluecanvas page: http://www.bluecanvas.com/dannydraws Danny Gardner's website: http://www.dannydraws.com/
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Comics legend Joe Kubert sits down to talk about his long career making comic books. He talks about his tools of the trade, how he got started and tells all sorts of stories from the business. For more videos go to thecomicarchive.com
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Cecily Brown is considered a central figure in the resurgence of painting at the turn of the century. We met the praised British painter at her New York studio for a talk about borrowing imagery from other artists, and how she has always responded to dark, scary art. “Art was something that seemed very glamorous and dangerous to me as a child.” Brown nurtured an early fascination with the “scary” art, such as Francis Bacon, and would rummage her parents’ art books for the very darkest pictures, such as a particular painting by George Grosz of a butcher shop with human meat in it: “I had sneak looks at it, like you might look at Playboy or something.” Brown, who had been painting naked women for several years, felt an urge to move on to painting men and boys. The painting ‘Young Spartans Exercising’ by Edgar Degas (1860) helped her move on to this: “Lots of artists are like magpies, where you steal or you take or you borrow what you need from somebody. But then obviously – and hopefully – it gets transformed.” This is characteristic of how Brown draws inspiration from her favourite painters and paintings, absorbing and changing images and ultimately making them her own. “The element of surprise has to be there.” Brown prefers to “contradict” herself, and to push her paintings to a degree where she actually risks losing something good. She sums up this approach by quoting her friend, German painter Charlene von Heyl: “Take no prisoners.” Cecily Brown (b. 1969) is a British painter. Brown creates vivid, atmospheric depictions of fragmented bodies, often in erotic positions in the midst of swells of colour and movement. This has made many compare her to painters such as Francis Bacon and Francisco Goya, and she is furthermore credited as a central figure in the resurgence of painting at the turn of the millennium. Brown has exhibited extensively, including at The Saatchi Gallery in London and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Solo shows have also been held at prominent venues such as Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills, New York and London, Contemporary Fine Arts in Berlin and Kunsthalle in Mannheim. She lives and works in New York City. Cecily Brown was interviewed by Kasper Bech Dyg in her studio in New York City in November 2014. Camera: Pierce Jackson Produced and edited by: Kasper Bech Dyg Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2015 Supported by Nordea-fonden
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Lois van Baarle aka "Loish" has designed a successful illustration career almost entirely on her own terms. Now she gets paid to draw and paint the images and ideas she loves most. In this interview, recorded live at a coffee shop in Amsterdam, we discuss how she got started, discovered her unique personal style and why you don't need to be good at everything...
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ArtTour International Magazine presents Thorgrim Cilia co-founder of Silty Art. Enjoy this interview as ATIM Editor-in-Chief, international art personality Viviana Puello shares the story in a heartfelt interview. For more information on our Art 2 Heart interviews email: [email protected] or log on to www.atim.tv Produced by Alan Grimandi. "Art 2 Heart" is a production of ATIM.TV for ArtTour International Magazine © 2018. All rights reserved.
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A rare peak inside Robert Del Naja's art studio in Bristol. This video was filmed for VNA Magazine's April 2014 issue, which featured an in depth interview with 3D about his art career as well as featuring him on the front cover of the quarterly street art orientated magazine.
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The effortless and naive style of Brie Moreno’s comics is very uncharacteristic of the patience and craft of the 21 year old artist herself. Brie’s desire to personify her feelings and sense of humor is part of what led her to the format of zines, while growing up in Ottawa. Then after moving to Toronto to attend Ontario College of Art and Design, she combined that personification of her ideas with narrative, and began making comics. Over time Brie has cultivated her primitive style of drawing and her fascination with still life, creating a very tightened visual language that’s deceivingly simple on the surface. Brie’s ability to shroud herself within the ambiguous charters and attitude of her comics, is largely where their charm comes from. Brie is not concerned with trying to create a universal narrative with very specific protagonists, and is more interested in creating very personal narratives with more universally identifiable protagonists. She has become one of the most consistently recognizable cartoonists at her age, and is improving at an alarming rate. Rarely do you get to feel like you’re in the presence of an artist who’s work is so contemporary, that it wouldn’t have existed the way that it does, without the circumstances of the world it was born in. But Brie Moreno is very clearly one of those artists. You can read the entire interview in Issue 11 of FORGE. online now! http://issuu.com/forgeartmag/docs/issuu11 For more of Brie's work visit... http://cargocollective.com/briemoreno http://boogerbrie.tumblr.com/ https://www.instagram.com/boogerbrie/?hl=en http://forgeartmag.storenvy.com/ Music contributions by... IAN SWEET https://iansweetmusic.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iansweetmusic/ http://www.iansweetmusic.com/ Nobel Savage http://anoblesavage.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/trevorlang
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Fine Art Magazine interviews Vivian Ducat, Director of the film "All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert" at the Hamptons International Film Festival 2011.
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Art Soiree:: Hosted by Sandro & Tati KALEIDOSCOPE By Darren Smith Join us at DC's upscale evening establishment - L2 Lounge - as we present unique photo mosaic exhibit by Darren Smith. Frustrated by the limitations of traditional photography, but also disappointed in the plastic appearance of digitally manipulated images, he created his mosaic technique to have his own way of remixing reality, to transform a digital medium with the hand, to create surreal new worlds of intense detail and optimism. "The effect is like gazing in a broken mirror, where the fractured edges allow me to remix reality, bridging the gap between how the world is and how I see it." -- D.S. Each mosaic is handmade using glue and hundreds or thousands of small fragments of his photographs. His work subverts the "truth" that photographs are thought to document, transforming a mechanical medium with the hand, and rewarding the viewer with visual surprises. As the international photo and design editor for National Geographic Magazine, Darren Smith uses his editorial eye and attention to detail. He applies the same skills to astonishing results in his handmade photo mosaics. Using hundreds or thousands of small fragments of his photographs, he painstakingly rebuilds new "realities" from the pictures. Smith's work has been featured in solo and group shows in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Maryland, New York, and Paris, France. His artwork is in private collections on both sides of the Atlantic. Come and enjoy an evening of great ambiance in the company of internationally minded, socially established, and artistically inclined strata of Washingtonians. Look forward to seeing you there. for more info WWW.THEARTSOIREE.COM
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Japanese artist Yuka Choco Moo has worked with everyone from Kyary Pamyu Pamyu to SNSD to Joyrich & AvantGarde Harajuku. ChocoMoo artwork and fashion illustrations are everywhere on the streets of Tokyo, as well as in J-Pop and K-Pop music videos, magazines, and more. Check out our exclusive video of Choco Moo live painting events, as well as an interview with the artist. More info here: http://tokyofashion.com/choco-moo-art-interview/
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Senior art critic and columnist for New York magazine sits with Glenn O'Brien to discuss the current state of art criticism, what he's most excited about in the art world right now, and why he dropped out of art school and drove trucks instead. Watch the full Glenn O'Brien Interview Series here: ► https://m2m.tv/tea-at-the-beatrice-with-glenn-obrien Watch More Interviews: ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuxZqFoA5As&index=3&list=PLaT9mKYgyGNYRtrxPT27xnW-qMuaRJSGT&t=0s Subscribe to Made To Measure! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeToMeasure?sub_confirmation=1 -------------------------- Get even more M2M: Visit: ► http://www.m2m.tv Watch on Apple TV, Roku and more: ► http://m2m.tv/where-to-watch Download our iOS app: ► http://bit.ly/M2MApp Like us on Facebook: ► https://www.facebook.com/m2m Follow us on Instagram: ► http://instagram.com/m2m Follow us on Twitter: ► http://www.twitter.com/m2m -------------------------- FASHION NOW STREAMING Made to Measure (M2M) is a new fashion video network. M2M covers the world of fashion and style - past, present and future - through fresh and culturally relevant storytelling. M2M features original programming, classic fashion films and runway shows from the world’s top designers. M2M’s original series and documentaries highlight the people, issues, trends, and events that have defined and transformed the fashion landscape. Subscribe to Made To Measure! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeToMeasure?sub_confirmation=1
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New York painter Gina Beavers interviewed by Whitehot Magazine's Irena Jurek. HOST: IRENA JUREK CAMERA AND EDITING: MAX NOY PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCED BY: NOAH BECKER FOR WHITEHOT MAGAZINE OF CONTEMPORARY ART COPYRIGHT 2016 WHITEHOT MAGAZINE
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Tyrolia Skibindings presents: Snowartist Simon Beck in an interview about perfect weather conditions, beauty secrets of nature and global warming. Simon Beck Artist Samuel Traber Interview / Editor Heinz Ploder Art Direction Thomas Hochleitner Production Bino Pandjaitan Camera Ben A. Jhonston Production Assistent Lukas Traber Production Assistent
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Chloë Grace Moretz - moments with Chloe (Interview magazine). Make sure to check out http://www.chlomo.org for Chloë news, pictures, fan-art and chit-chat.
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http://showstudio.com/project/transformative Rising make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench tells Nick Knight about her face painting roots and shooting for Interview
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California-based painter Sean Cheetham's classical but edgy portrait paintings are attracting attention, and is a new painter to watch. In this casual interview with Bluecanvas Magazine, Sean talks about his work, influence, future endeavors and his two cents. For the full interview, pick up your copy of Bluecanvas Magazine Issue 13. http://bit.ly/ReJ1pp Bluecanvas website: http://www.bluecanvas.com/ Join us at https://www.facebook.com/BluecanvasInc Follow us on Twitter: @BluecanvasInc Sean Cheetham's Blog: http://bit.ly/blZUJ
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On October 18th, 2017, after a busy day of promotional interviews in New York City, Billie Eilish met with Vanity Fair to discuss the 15-year-old’s breakthrough success. On October 18th, 2018, after a long day of pre-tour rehearsals, Billie spoke with VF again to answer the exact same questions and look back at a time capsule of her answers from last year. Her Instagram follower count grew from 257K to 6.3 million. She went from playing crowds of 500 fans to playing arenas for more than 40,000. See how Billie’s life changed over the last year. Listen to a recomposition of Billie's "Ocean Eyes" here: https://soundcloud.com/orbitalmusicandsound/ocean-eyes-recomposed-by-orbital Directed and Interviewed by Joe Sabia Produced by Jeff Kornberg Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2z6Ya9M ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive videos capture the people, places, and ideas that define modern culture. Billie Eilish: Same Interview, One Year Apart | Vanity Fair
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Fine Art Magazine Intreviews Frank Oriti at Richard J. Demato Gallery in Sag Harbor. Executive Producer Jamie Ellin Forbes Associate Producer Joan Himmelstein Follow Fine Art Magazine around the web: FineArtMagazine.com FineArtMagazine.TV [email protected] (631) 339-0152 Twitter: Twitter.com/FineArtMagazine Facebook: Facebook.com/FineArtMagazine Issuu: Issuu.com/FineArtMagazine Ustream: Ustream.tv/channel/fine-art-magazine-tv-talk
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The second part of Lucy Lui's chat with Hunger TV about her art. Missed the first part? You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgXdHNTwJg8 Visit The Website at http://www.hungertv.com for more. Follow The Hunger on Twitter: http://bit.ly/QQveG6. Like The Hunger on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Hungertv
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Airbrush The Magazine interview with airbrush artist Kiwi Terry at the Airbrush Circus event in Feb. 2019 in Orlando Fl. Thank you Terry for giving us your time for this interview. Subscribe to the printed format of Airbrush The Magazine on the magazine website airbrushthemagazine.com facebook.com/KiwiTerry to check out Terry's artwork. Subscribe to the printed format of Airbrush The Magazine on the magazine website airbrushthemagazine.com Thank these companies for their support of Airbrush TheMagazine: Trulers, Fisheye Filters, Maple Airbrush Supplies, Tamco Paint
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Fine Art Magazine's Jamie Ellin Forbes interviews artist Jesse Michael Newman at ArtExpo New York 2012. They focus on talking about his newest work "Rebirth of Gaea." For more information on Jesse Newman and his work visit his website: jessenewman.com Artexpo NY 2012 - Pier 92 Interview by Jamie Ellin Forbes Video Editing by Joan Himmelstein Find us at: fineartmagazineblog.blogspot.com facebook.com/fineartmagazine twitter.com/fineartmagazine Contact us at: [email protected]
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Hi everybody and hope you enjoy the 'Starving Artist' tag! I apologise for the poor sound quality, I will be purchasing a proper microphone soon. I tag all you viewers to answer the same questions on your channel. (Questions below) OTHER ARTISTS VIDEOS:- Happy D Artist: https://www.youtube.com/c/happydartist Lena Danya: https://www.youtube.com/user/LenaDanya Katharine Ward: https://www.youtube.com/c/iheartvlogging Mira Byler: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThatArtsyGirl Tina Yu: https://www.youtube.com/c/tinayuartist 'Starving Artist' tag Questions: 1. What's your favorite experience as an artist? 2. What's your least favorite experience as an artist? 3. What are your dreams/goals for your art? 4. What's your favorite medium and why? 5. What inspired u to do art/why do u love it? 6. What's the favorite piece you ever made and why its special? 7. Who/what are your biggest art influences? 8. What did you learn from being a full time artist? 9. What do your family & friends think about you being an artist? 10. Was becoming an artist your childhood dream? If not what is? 11. What advice can you can give to people who want to be more artistic or creative? 12. Were you supported to pursue art as a child? 13. Do you make money off your art? 14. What do you want to improve on/aspire to be with your future art? 15. What feelings do we try to express in our art? 16. What is your favorite thing to paint and why? 17. What's the strangest thing you've painted? 18. Have you ever been hung up after you started a commission, and how did you handle it? 19. Do you admit that paint smells good? 20. What would you tell your younger self? Please subscribe for more! Website: http://www.katiejobling.com/ Online Shop: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/KatieJobling ♡Social Media♡ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KatieLJobling Instagram: https://instagram.com/katiejoblingart/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/katiejoblingart Music: Inner Light by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300021 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Todd McFarlane opens up about his career as a comic book artist that includes making Spider-Man cooler and creating the Spawn character. He also shares his blueprint to launching Image Comics and McFarlane Toys. Subscribe to Complex on YouTube: https://goo.gl/43ac5w Check out more of Complex here: http://www.complex.com https://twitter.com/Complex https://www.facebook.com/complex http://instagram.com/complex https://plus.google.com/+complex/ COMPLEX is a community of creators and curators, armed with the Internet, committed to surfacing and sharing the voices and conversations that define our new America. Our videos exemplify convergence culture, exploring topics that include music, sneakers, style, sports and pop culture through original shows and Complex News segments. Featuring your favorite celebrities, authoritative commentary, and a unique voice, our videos make culture pop.
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Love This Content? Help me continue to create it on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChristopherMoonlight Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moonlightartmagazine and Twitter: https://twitter.com/MoonlightArtMag Moonlight Art Magazine's own Christopher Moonlight interviews Batton Lash about his comic Supernatural Law and art show Heroes Unmasked at the 2012 San Diego Comic Con. For more great art, interviews, and comics download Moonlight Art Magazine for free at this link: http://christophermoonlight.wix.com/moonlightartmagazine#!moonlightartmagazine/c9x1 More of Batton's interview can be seen in the upcoming mini-documentary, When Hollywood Green-Lit Comic Con. Click this link for the trailer: http://youtu.be/yyBaDgHRXrg http://www.exhibitapress.com
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How to introduce yourself in an interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2u5m... The most mind-boggling fact about Job Interviews: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_CuRCVhlXQ Importance of Personal Introduction in a Job Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05E2WXSjrDQ ONE STOP SHOP to help land your dream job in your cart Notionpress: https://notionpress.com/read/one-stop... Amazon: http://www.amazon.in/Stop-Shop-help-l... Google play: https://play.google.com/store/books/d... Kindle: http://www.amazon.in/Stop-Shop-help-l... Flipkart: https://www.flipkart.com/one-stop-sho... Paytm: https://paytm.com/shop/p/one-stop-sho... Ankit Kalonia Job Interview Coach +91 9971872622 [email protected]
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Follow Fine Art Magazine around the web: FineArtMagazine.com FineArtMagazine.TV [email protected] (631) 339-0152 Twitter: Twitter.com/FineArtMagazine Facebook: Facebook.com/FineArtMagazine Issuu: Issuu.com/FineArtMagazine Ustream: Ustream.tv/channel/fine-art-magazine-tv-talk
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http://www.artnet.com/insights/art-market-trends/video-interview-with-japanese-artist-mariko-mori.asp Senior specialist in Contemporary Asian Art Heather Russell sat down with New York-based Japanese artist Mariko Mori to discuss her solo exhibition at the Japan Society, Rebirth: Recent Work by Mariko Mori.
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ArtTour International Magazine presents Artist Finnur Frodason. Enjoy this interview as ATIM Editor-in-Chief, international art personality Viviana Puello shares the story in a heartfelt interview. For more information on our Art 2 Heart interviews email: [email protected] or log on to www.atim.tv Produced by Alan Grimandi. "Art 2 Heart" is a production of ATIM.TV for ArtTour International Magazine © 2018. All rights reserved.
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Swiss artist Thomas Hirschhorn juxtaposes pixelated images from the media. His works are not about technology, says the artist: “I try to give form to what I can’t accept: that someone else can decide for me what I should do, see or think.” Hirschhorn is not interested in the technology behind pixels, but in the growing use of pixelisation in the media. Pixelisation, the artist explains, is used to blur images – a technique used by authorities or the media in order to control what is appropriate to see. Although often done to spare the viewer of atrocities, the censorship of pixelisation “takes away my own sensitivity,” says Hirschhorn. “What is gruesome today is that all this violence happens every second, every day, every month, every year. Not that we have to look at it.” The collage technique is fundamental to Hirschhorn’s work, even when working in three dimensions. “I like the stupidity, the velocity, the ease of making collages,” explains the artist. “I see life as a possible collage, with the gaps, the breaks and sometimes with the glue you need to put things together.” It is a medium that is always imperfect because “something inside the collage is already broken.” By using different materials Hirschhorn attempts to “create a new world with the existing world.” Cardboard, duct tape and plastic bags are staple materials of Thomas Hirschhorn’s work. Everyday, low cost materials that mirror Hirschhorn’s aim to reach, not only museum directors, galleries or art lovers with a trained eye, but “strangers, passers-by, and people from other cultures.” There is a democratic streak to Hirschhorn’s work: “It’s important as an artist that I try, in all the decisions I make, that my form goes to this kind of public. The people I don’t know, the people I’m afraid of.” Thomas Hirschhorn (b. 1957) is an award-winning Swiss artist originally trained as a graphic designer. His often political work has been shown at the Istanbul Biennial, Turkey, the Centre Georges Pompidou and Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France, dOKUMENTA, Kassel, Germany, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA and the Tate Modern, London, UK. Thomas Hirschhorn was interviewed by Kasper Bech Dyg at Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark, in January 2017. Camera: Mathias Nyholm Produced and edited by Kasper Bech Dyg Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2017 Supported by Nordea-fonden FOLLOW US HERE! Website: http://channel.louisiana.dk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LouisianaChannel Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/louisianachannel Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/LouisianaChann
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Airbrush The Magazine interview with artist Steve Leahy who we followed his artwork close to twenty years. Steve tells us how he got started airbrushing, how he learned to airbrush and shares with you some advice for those just starting out in airbrushing and some great marketing advice. Subscribe to the printed format of Airbrush The Magazine on the magazine website airbrushthemagazine.com steveleahy.com to see his artwork facebook.com/steve.leahy.7 to watch his great live painting session. If you airbrush, paint, pinstripe, custom paint and would like to be interviewed like this we would be happy to do so. Contact us by leaving a comment below. Thanks to Jack at trulers.com, Ken at fisheyefilter.com, Donna at mapleairbrushsupplies.com and Tammy at Tamcopaint.com for helping make this possible.
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Freddy Corbin is interviewed by Scott Sylvia for LastSparrowTattoo.com. Go to LastSparrowTattoo.com for the back story that lead to this interview as well as other interviews, articles, and the best darn Tattoo Forum on teh interwebs.
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iHeartRadio Presents - Artist Stories — created by State Farm Neighborhood Sessions®. http://bit.ly/1ShNSYd State Farm is proud to celebrate great artists, like Charlie Puth, and the good neighbors who helped make them who they are today. It's worth looking back at the extraordinary ride this multi-talented vocalist, musician, producer, and versatile songwriter has been on ever since he arrived in Los Angeles as an aspiring artist in July 2014. While his life has changed since the early years when he would disguise his voice and pretend to be his own manager while cold-calling record company executives, the New Jersey-bred Puth has established himself as a global star by remaining deeply relatable, both as an individual and as a performer. Puth first fell in love with music growing up by the shore in Rumson, New Jersey He credits his supportive parents for his early music education, citing his idol James Taylor as his primary influence. ♥♥ Watch More Artist Stories at: http://bit.ly/1V4YhnT
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Scott Sylvia of Blackheart Tattoo in San Francisco, CA is interviewed by Nick Colella for LastSparrowTattoo.com. Go to LastSparrowTattoo.com for the back story that lead to this interview as well as other interviews, articles, and the best darn Tattoo Forum on teh interwebs.
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Best known as the lead vocalist of the American rock band Incubus, Brandon Charles Boyd is an American musician, author, and visual artist. Brandon Boyd talks about his upbringing, inspiration, influence and passion in this exclusive interview with Nathan Ota for Bluecanvas Magazine. For the full interview, pick up your copy of Bluecanvas Magazine Issue 13. http://bit.ly/ReJ1pp Bluecanvas website: http://www.bluecanvas.com/ Join us at https://www.facebook.com/BluecanvasInc Follow us on Twitter: @BluecanvasInc
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http://news.artnet.com/art-world/david-lachapelle-at-the-gilded-lily-lounge-1752 We caught up with artist and photographer David LaChapelle at Gilded Lily in New York City. In the first part of this two part series, the artist talks candidly about the rapid and seamless evolution of his work as it stems across a multitude of disciplines, including fashion, commercial photography, film, advertising, and fine art photography.
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Christallah ( Arab Interview ) Magazine Libanais , More on Christine and the Bassalindos: http://www.ChristineAtallah.com http://www.bassalindos.com On My Space: http://www.myspace.com/bassalindos Press Kit/Dossier de Presse: http://www.sonicbids.com/epk/epk.aspx?epk_id=41550 Album: Escapades, Bolero Records second album.. on the way! Peace and we appreciate you stopping by! More: http://www.bassalindos.com An original song by Christine Atallah and Danny McLaughlin. The french version of this song is on their album: ESCAPADES. The song speaks about the freedom to be yourself. Christine had to fight hard for the right to be herself, free to be a musician in a conservative family that validated traditional professions and business more than art. Christine was also thinking about womens' strength, ability and individuality, as well as their right to be, dress, speak, dream and be, anything they want to be.
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Master Charles CARSON in permanents exhibitions at the : GALERIE D'ART RICHELIEU - (MONTRÉAL) 1 (514) 381 -2247 LISS GALLERY (TORONTO) 416-787-9872 INGLEWOOD FINE ART GALLERY - (CALGARY) 1-(403)-262-5011 GALERIE D'ART RICHELIEU - (MONTRÉAL) Mme Colette Richelieu, directrice 7903, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, Québec H2R2G2 / Tél : (514) 381-2247 FINE ART LISS GALLERY, M. Brien Liss and David Reed 112 Cumberland Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 1A6 - Main: 416-787-9872 INGLEWOOD FINE ART GALLERY - (CALGARY) M. Michel Arseneau, director 1223b - 9th Avenue SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0S9 / Phone: 403-262-5011 Canadian Artist, Charles CARSON DOCUMENTARY GRAND MASTER CHARLES CARSON CREATOR OF "CARSONISM" DOCUMENTARY CARSON : http://youtu.be/LejAeKgACyg Fine Art Magazine - Spring 2009 - USA - Master Charles Carson - HEROS OF CREATIVITY - Carson to the ism By Jamie Ellin Forbes & Victor Bennett Forbes Charles Carson has embraced his chosen mode of expression with the passion of a master, the nerve of an adventurer, and the intellect of a historian. Born in Montreal in 1957, he discovered his calling as he approached his teens. Frustrated at an early age with his own futile early attempts at originality, Carson went on a quest to find his vision — to Europe, Asia, the US and South America, living in his own dream fueled by the sea, forests and wildlife and by his lofty personal ideals. Carson was strong, is strong, but somewhere in Colombia, he found that even the strongest river cannot flow uphill. He became infatuated with the world's fragile beauty; indignant in the face of man's lack of conscience. It did not take him long to find out that the world was upside down, and when he discovered this, he sought to make it right. His brushstrokes on the canvas are akin to the soaring notes found in the best alto sax solos. May one dare say David Sanborn and John Coltrane in the same breath as Charles Carson?....history will decide that, but in his own time, M. Carson gives a vibrant tip of the hat to the incomparable mystery and uniqueness of life — all of which are reflected in his canvasses. A cool cat painting the world, he's reached his cruising speed and hit a rhythm he calls "more than hectic. It's a state of mind that propels me." Charles Carson, as the innovator of his new pictorial language as motif is credited as father and founder of the art movement entitled "Carsonism." He is a nature lover and environmentalist who reflects and incorporates his ingenious view, as affirmed universal metaphor, in his personal lens of vision. The artist demonstrates Nature, as filtered through his imagination, deploying a creative extrapolation of evocative image. His works, being widely collected, attest to their appeal. Carson's auction record at esteemed houses suggest that. He shares his passion on canvas to inspire others to see what he has found in expressing the creative beauty abundantly surrounding all. In 1997, noted art expert, Caroline Bruens, founder of the Académie Internationale des Beaux-Arts du Québec, says it this way: "Carson takes his models and dips them in a bath of light, giving them back their original essence, allowing them to reach through this luminous, colorful, multidimensional fog-like atmosphere. In viewing Carson's artistry, we find ourselves confronted by universal landscapes, with an open invitation to visit a new and unexpected galaxy of vibrant colors." Finding his passion for painting in 1970, Charles Carson began to work within traditional motifs, gaining inspiration from his environment. These first works were figurative. He found in the end, however, they were inhibited and unsatisfactory in stating his own artistic needs. On the journey to create his own approach, abstract and figurative gestures were combined. This technique, along with his unique depiction of pictorial image as written universal glyph, rapidly affirmed his creative vision as a talent distancing himself from other stylistically know motifs...... For further information and very interesting website, visit www.charlescarson.com ____________________________________________ Art Galleries A&E Fine Art-Abbie Kozik-Able Fine Art -Adam Colangelo-Adam Louis Grant-ADC Fine Art-Adil Akhtar-Adrian Prisecaru - Studio 2000-Agnieszka Praxmayer-Akbar Hafeez-Alecia Barry Underhill-Aleksandr Fayvisovich-Alex Fishgoyt Art-Alex Noble-Alexander and Victor Fine Art-Alexander Lyatychevskiy-Alexis Silk-Allan Langston-Alphonse Lane -AMAT ART GALLERY-Anahit Etemadi-Anand PKC-Andree Amarica-Andrei Protsouk Art & Design Publishing-Andrey Noda-Andrey Pingachev-Angelnook Publishing, Inc.-Anju Saran-Anna Art Publishing-Anna Kornycheva-Anna Steerman-Anne Raymond-Anne-Marie Beauchamp-Antoine Art-Antonio Tomas Ana-Arkom Doungchawna-Armando Pedroso Fine Art-Armineh-Art by Architect-Art Focus US-Art Garage Sakha Republic-Art Sasha-Art World News-Art-Kvartal-Arte Al Sur-Artglaz-Artion Galleries-Artisan Direct Ltd.- BadJupiter Gallery
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