Christine Tarantino, "Instant Person 1 & 2", self-portraits with Polaroid Camera for POLAROID MADNESS, project of Franticham, Ireland. On-line exhibit and exhibition Kassel, Germany during the DOCUMENTA 2012.http://wordsoflightart.blogspot.com/2012/02/no-426-instant-person-1-2.html Exhibition "INSTANT PEOPLE"250 polaroid self-portraits by 175 artists from 22 countries.11.– 23. Juli 2012 Zur Eröffnung der Ausstellung am Mittwoch, dem 11. Juli 2012 ab 19 Uhr möchten wir Sie und Ihre Freunde herzlich in denKasseler KunstvereinWerner-Hilpert-Straße 2334117 Kassel, einladen.
February RED LIPS Project: What is your version for me? Send to: email@example.com or RED LIPS, Box 121, Wendell, MA 01379 USA "Sometimes I need red apple. Sometimes I need red lips."-- Nam June Paik Your RED LIPS art modification will yield online documentation, mailed documentation, and potential publication. Please include a mailing address with your submission.
The Christine Tarantino Collection, newest Christine Tarantino art blog started on January 1, 2012. Showcasing selected works from my 20 year collection of works on paper from artists around the globe. http://christinetarantinocollection.blogspot.com/
send by mail a postcard or other mail piece in the technique of your choice focusing on the positives and negatives of your life. It can be written word as well as visual art.
Small format: not larger than 5x7 inches please Any technique Deadline: 12/31/2011 Documented on http://mailartistic.blogspot.com, and via IOUMA. Please also include your email and return address. I will be glad to send you a small piece of art in exchange.
Send to: Lin Collette Positivity/Negativity PO Box 293 Pawtucket RI 02860 USA
Christine A. Tarantino is an American artist (b. 1948, New York City) who specializes in visual poetry and artist books. She has also been known as Words of Light, CHRISTAR and 'the homeless poet'.
As soon as I make a mark on my paper, that mark is dead. It no longer flows, it stops. I consider it an artistically ethical challenge then. Do I want the marks I make to really be there? And should all marks of art be beautiful? I say yes, to try is to aspire.
A picture can be skillfully painted but totally devoid of art. Art then is the 'power to percieve the beautiful and of expressing it in artistic form'. This is the true definition of fine art. Always has been, always will be.