Writings on art

https://breahnrenwickweb.wordpress.com/ https://wordpress.com/view/artlabbreahnrenwick.wordpress.com These blog consist of various writtings on Art, with the odd post leaning more towards historical events that have some conjunction with the surrounding pieces of writing about art.
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Francis Bacon the pope - Posts ‹ Breahn Renwick — WordPress.com

Fabian Bocart and Christian Hafner Understanding the behavior of art prices is important to precisely anticipate the financial benefits of owning art. So far, a very common approach in the scientif…

Jean Chua ‹ Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Jean Chua ‹ Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Jean Chua ‹ Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Jean Chua ‹ Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Shane Cotton visual artist onzm Ngāt Rāng hine and te uri taniwha, the arts foundation, 2012, Matauranga maori is a newly established phrase created to describe the information/impact or knowledge…

Matauranga Maori Kaupapa Maori and Shane Cotton

Shane Cotton visual artist onzm Ngāt Rāng hine and te uri taniwha, the arts foundation, Matauranga maori is a newly established phrase created to describe the information/impact or knowledge…

Ngati Tuwharetoa.Hinemihi.1880. Restored 2002, Clandon Park Nestled amongst trees and shrubs by the side of Clandon house sits Hinemihi Marae. The social/political/historical context of the image a…

Hinemihi

Ngati Restored Clandon Park Nestled amongst trees and shrubs by the side of Clandon house sits Hinemihi Marae. The social/political/historical context of the image a…

Egon Schiele - Breahn Renwick — WordPress.com

Seated Woman with Legs Drawn (Adele Herms), 1917 par Egon Schiele

After looking through the Library and doing some further research I discovered the artist Hani Alqam. His works I find reminiscent of Egon Schiele’s work. He uses colours usually not directly…

Artist of Interest- Hani Alqam

An untitled painting by Jordanian artist Hani Alqam

Hugo Ball and The Cabaret Voltaire - Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

The Dada art movement was founded in 1916 in the Cabaret Voltaire, on Spiegelgasse, as a “protest against the madness of the times”. Artists, musicians, dancers and literati met in the Cabaret Voltaire and called the entire existing art into question.

Collaborative Drawing - Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Collaborative Drawing - Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

An example of Dadaism-Marcel Duchamps Urinal - Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

An example of Dadaism-Marcel Duchamps Urinal - Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Futurism, it's Poetry and Dadaism - Breahn Renwick's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Futurism, it's Poetry and Dadaism - Breahn Renwick's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Concrete Poetry Zine -Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Concrete Poetry Zine -Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Concrete Poetry ‹ Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Concrete Poetry ‹ Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Expected experience piece- Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

Expected experience piece- Breahn's Art Lab Workbook — WordPress.com

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