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Battered old painting hanging in pensioner’s kitchen that was going to be thrown in the skip sells for £21million

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Traditional vs Digital: The Impacts of AI Art Generators on Egyptian Artists

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Source: Egyptian streets

Do perspectives on artificial intelligence (AI) generated art boil down to a difference of personal opinion, or is there something to be said for its impact on traditional versus digital artists? A conversation with both may provide insight on the matter.

AI art generators are software used to instantly create art based on written prompts. While it has helpful applications, like when it is used to complement art or streamline some animation processes, the current controversy centers around how the art AI has been trained on copyrighted material, and whether it will replace human-made art.

Read more: https://egyptianstreets.com/2023/07/16/traditional-vs-digital-the-impacts-of-ai-art-generators-on-egyptian-artists/

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Moluccan Boats Identified in NT Rock Art Rock Art

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Archaeologists at Flinders University have identified rare images of Moluccan vessels from Indonesia’s eastern islands in rock art paintings that may provide the first archaeological evidence of visitors from Southeast Asia from somewhere other than Makassar on Sulawesi.

The rock art offers new evidence of elusive and previously unrecorded encounters between Indigenous people from Awunbarna, Arnhem Land and visitors from the Moluccas to the north of Australia, according to the research.

Read more: https://www.miragenews.com/moluccan-boats-identified-in-nt-rock-art-1015934/

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Gerry Nnubia’s The Faces of Us Amplifies Beauty, Resilience of Humanity 

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Gerry Nnubia, an expressive painter with all shades of precision, has successfully whipped up a sumptuous plate of paintings that celebrate the unique identity, resilience, and vulnerability of humanity on large canvases. The solo art show, “The Faces of Us”, kicked off on April 14 and will run until May 19. 

Among his collection “Gilded Glamour”, “Faces of Bold Expressions”, “Textured Truths”, “Shifting Perspective”, “Abstracted Identity”, and “Fragments of Self”.

Read more: https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2023/05/09/gerry-nnubias-the-faces-of-us-amplifies-beauty-resilience-of-humanity/amp/

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