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Get your abstract paintings by Hans van Leeuwen, Tjalling C. Koopman, and more! Delft University of Technology announces the second edition of its Masters in Fine Arts Biennial (MFABi). The programme includes a new selection of talented international artists from the field of painting and sculpture. The student work can be seen in the Kunsthal as part of the MoMa Flash Art group show. The MFABi students are given a chance to show their works at the upcoming MoMa Flash Art group show. The MA in Fine Arts is offered in 3 different formats: 1. a full masters programme with all the required courses and a master thesis, 2. a 10-week festival programme, and 3. a full-time student programme with a studio and a master thesis. The language of instruction is Dutch. Programme info Visit the MFABi website for more details or join this new forum (MFABi forum) for up-to-date news about the programme. ArtMD the journal of art in medicine is now available as a downloadable PDF. The journal is a special compilation of artworks relating to health care and healthcare that has been critically reviewed and selected by the journals artistic editors, who have given the featured works their own stylistic interpretation. The accompanying text provides the background of each work and the medical relevance of the subject. The previews are available from ArtMDs website. ArtMD is published in Dutch and English. Homework for Bioartists part of exhibition at Guggenheim Minimalism series This week marks the opening of the exhibition Hommage à Biosphere (Homage to Biosphere) at theGuggenheim Museum, New York. The exhibition has been curated by the French artist Laurent Magnin, founder of the Biosphere fair, and it presents a meditation on the nature-art dialogue through the work of 18 artists, including classics like Mike Kelley, Daniel Arsham, and Richard Serra. The show, which will be on view until January 23, 2011, is the first to feature a solo exhibition by this months MoMA Flash Art Prize winner, the British artist Anthea Hamilton. It has been organized within the context of MoMAs season devoted to Minimalism, which includes a retrospective of artist Michael Smith and a roundtable on the work of the late, iconic minimalist artist Robert Smithson. The show is currently on view at the Barbican Center. 30.11.2010 As the Big Bang drew to a close, the universe was like an unlit, eternally dark, infinitely sized room. It remained untouched for more than eons of time, because nothing was in the universe to ignite it. There was no matter, no radiation, no energy, no heat, and nothing that could ignite it. Nothing happened, there was nothing to happen, and it was dead. And then, just at the moment of the Big Bang, the entire universe was split into two, and suddenly the matter began to fill the void. At that moment, space was created, but it was empty space. The vast quantity of matter began collapsing, pulling space apart in itself, in a process that became a frantic acceleration over time. And in the process, the fire ignited, expanding outward and across space to produce the forces that have made up the universe to this day. This story, of the Big Bang, was written by famed astrophysicist Alexander Friedmann and first published in Germany in 1922.