work of art

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work of art

1. a piece of fine art, such as a painting or sculpture
2. something that may be likened to a piece of fine art, esp in beauty, intricacy, etc.
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Organizing and conducting round-trip transportation from nail to nail of various art objects from various lenders, including all customs formalities and air cargo security regulations, packaging, installation, uninstallation, object handling and all related services.
The photographic and video works exist somewhere between dematerialized art object and documentation, yet Wurm has classified himself as a sculptor.
As distinct from the art object, the comic object is not separable from the theatricalized moment that produced it, and which it necessarily reflects.
But with some exceptions, such as Dawn Ades's pioneering "Art in Latin America: The Modern Era, 1820-1980" (Hayward Gallery, London, 1989) and Catherine de Zegher's audacious "America, Bride of the Sun" (Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp, 1992), the shows they produced followed routine historical procedures and a conventional notion of the art object.
In this way the artist who transformed the art object into a form of life ended his work on an introverted, if characteristically unpredictable, note.
Contract notice: Relocation of the deposited art objects from the prussian palaces and gardens foundation to the new central depot, Kunstguttransporte des spsg.
The exhibition featured more than 150 art objects in the field of Photography, Book Illustration, Communication Graphics, History of Arts, Interior and Fashion Designing, Textile, Graphic Designing, Digital Arts and Mix Medium.
This symposium brought together artists and curators from Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey and the United States, to share information about contemporary art and work together to create public art objects in Bishkek.
The college students planned activities in which the children created art objects, sculptures, musical instruments and jewellery out of recycled objects.
Recent collaborations between Erdely and several artists and mathematicians have vastly increased the potential applications of spidrons, not only for creating intriguing art objects but also for engineering finely adjustable dynamic structures.
Traditional art objects, many of which were simply discarded, should be replaced.