Jackson Pollock and Marcel Duchamp
Jul24

Jackson Pollock and Marcel Duchamp

When you take two artists who were unflinchingly innovative in their artistic choices and imagine a collaboration between them, what do you get? Jackson Pollock painted striking abstract expressionist pieces that crackled with energy. Marcel Duchamp was active in Dada and Surrealist movements, and some of his pieces include found objects, etc. Marcel Duchamp found artistic glory in the ordinary. Cracked glass and even a urinal have...

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The Puzzle Art Installation & Collaborative Project
Jul24

The Puzzle Art Installation & Collaborative Project

When you think of collaboration in art, you likely picture established artists working in a studio, talking about options and beginning to design a piece that expresses their respective visions so they work together. However, not all projects are like that. The Puzzle Art Installation & Collaborative Project is one that involves an established artist and the art of everyday people. The project was developed by Art is Good and is...

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Unlikely Artists, Unlikely Consumers
Jul14

Unlikely Artists, Unlikely Consumers

A collaborative art project, called simply the Collaborative Art Project, is sponsored by the California Arts Council. This project aims to challenge the notion that artists must create alone. The Council recruits San Francisco Bay area artists to work together to create art. One of the unique aspects of the program is its design – it’s meant to encourage up-and-coming artists to work together to create meaningful fine...

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