December 17, 2018

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  • HALLOWEEN PARTY Astral Dreams Project (with Oema)

    HALLOWEEN PARTY Astral Dreams Project (with Oema)

    Friday, October 26th at 22:30 will "close the dances" of the art exhibition created by Astral Dreams Project in collaboration with me. LEGGI IN ITALIANO During these months we had the honor and the pleasure of hosting artists from all over the world. After a first exhibition dedicated only to Italian artists, we followed one…

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  • “Salt” the recent artistic tasting of Eliza Wierwight in Second Life

    “Salt” the recent artistic tasting of Eliza Wierwight in Second Life

    Salt strikes me, to the point of feeling physical pain. I think it is a "taste" of the suffering of the artist who created the installation, or a tribute to the gender suffering that Eliza gives through the realization of an elaborate artistic metaphor. LEGGI IN ITALIANO Sleeping pains, a daily humiliation concealed behind a…

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  • SL15B Art Exhibitions in Second Life®

    SL15B Art Exhibitions in Second Life®

    SL15B is the official event organized by Linden Lab to celebrate the fifteenth birthday of Second Life®. Knowing that SL® has existed for 15 years and that it is "in full swing" makes me very happy, because I believe that this virtual world has a lot to offer from different points of view and individually,…

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  • “The Heights at Haven” Art Gallery in Second Life®

    “The Heights at Haven” Art Gallery in Second Life®

    "The Heights at Haven" Art Gallery is a small, family-run art gallery in a location near Basilisk (Mainland). The owners and curators are Seiko Blessing (softandred) and her partner Maggie Blessing (margaret.moleno). It is a place dedicated to art and theatre even if, being a new gallery, at the moment no show has yet been…

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  • Gallery Mirror Amsterdam in Second Life®

    Gallery Mirror Amsterdam in Second Life®

    The Gallery Mirror Amsterdam owned by Arete of Cyrene is a beautiful artistic exhibition that gives ample space to artists very different from each other both for their style and their technique. The structure that hosts the artistic works was the first aspect that caught my attention. I think that in Second Life® there are not many…

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  • “Sunny Day” by Cica Ghost in Second Life®

    “Sunny Day” by Cica Ghost in Second Life®

    I saw on Facebook that Cica Ghost has created a new art installation. I was intrigued by the fact that, from the photographs shared, this time the setting she produced was not as gloomy as the others. I have always appreciated Cica's artistic works, and technically I really love her modeling using Sculptris. Perhaps, even…

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  • “Choreography of a tortured soul” by Theda Tammas in Second Life®

    “Choreography of a tortured soul” by Theda Tammas in Second Life®

    Theda Tammas is a known and appreciated artist. In this artistic installation entitled "choreography of a tortured soul," she describes well the human condition of the woman as if she wanted to denounce a social situation on the margins as a worldwide phenomenon. LEGGI IN ITALIANO I have appreciated Theda for a long time, I…

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  • “The color of words not pronounced” @Nitroglobus in Second Life®

    “The color of words not pronounced” @Nitroglobus in Second Life®

    I am visiting with Lolita Pralou the new art exhibition of Natalia Serenade, hosted by the Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery (famous art gallery curated and owned by Dido Haas). It is instructive to visit a gallery in the company of someone because you have the opportunity to understand and explore the point of view of…

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  • “The Cave” by Solkide Auer

    “The Cave” by Solkide Auer

    "The Cave" is the latest artistic installation created by Solkide Auer and hosted by LEA19. LEGGI IN ITALIANO It represents an explosion of shapes, lights, colors, and movement. A cohesion of abstract and geometric elements that reflect the author's "inner face." Abstract art prefers shapes and colors to the representation of Reality. So "Abstractionism" is…

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