Richard Chow URBANSCAPE Exhibition

by Joseph A. Hazani May 27, 2017

The beautiful thing about Richard Chow’s photographic art is that it makes such a perennial, concerted effort, to reveal to us the beauty that’s missing in our lives. He could be one of those exciting photographers which act as a continuum with the Classics in rendering a reality that is stunningly gorgeous, to unleash his imagination of what reality can possibly be, impregnating the human....

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Oakland California Museum of Art

by Joseph A. Hazani May 23, 2017

The Oakland California Museum of Art houses an eclectic collection of art from over the decades in which the Bay Area was thrusted onto the American cultural landscape. The California Venus best summarizes this forward march and its homage to classical Western fine art and its ancient lineage toward Greek Antiquity.   Yet, culturally speaking, the Bay Area is notorious for its leftward....

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The Barnes Museum

by Joseph A. Hazani May 15, 2017

The Barnes Museum is a precious escape from the beautiful, majestic City Center of Philadelphia, where one feels wondrously imprinted upon them a feeling of American glory. A feeling of virtue and nobility for the struggle and successful achievement of an ideal history writ. In it’s marvelous pseudo-Jerusalem stone architecture holds an impressive collection of the crown jewels of Impressionism....

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My Written Works

On the Struggling Artist: An Essay

A philosophical....

On the Christian Business Ethic: An Essay

Analysis of the role that Christian morality has played in the development of commerce and....

On the Necessity of Color in the Fine Arts: An essay

A philosophical exploration of color and its use in Renaissance, abstract and modern fine....

Towards an Understanding of Jesus Christ: An Essay

Nietzsche had incredible disdain for Christianity being "Judaized Rome", of the slave morality of Judaism creeping up and....