5 days 23 hours ago
When you first meet Janaina, you realize that not only her work but herself as well, fluctuate between the fragility of her oneiric unconscious universe, and the exuberant nature of organic and artificial forms, able to be equilibrated by the delicacy of her poetic gesture and the implicit strength of the message beneath. Janaina moves and transmits, she inhabits and feels, and she speaks, essentially she speaks.
1 week 6 days ago
Museums, opera houses, and the like are generally considered to contain art but not being art in itself.
1 month 2 weeks ago
Mariana Castillo Deball won the Neue Nationalgalerie’s young art prize last year Born 1975, and with prestigious projects at Documenta 13 and Chisenhale gallery in London behind her, she was a natural choice for Berlin’s state museums, an emerging artist already safely emerged.
2 months 2 days ago
Andy Warhol’s portraits of Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe are today branded on our minds. The iconic images have acquired a timelessness that transcends boundaries and speaks across generations. But how often is it that you see Monroe or Taylor get an Indian or say a Bollywood makeover?
2 months 3 weeks ago
The exhibition of the last series from Mexican photographer Yvonne Venegas (Long Beach, California, 1970) has been opened on September 6th at the L.A. Gallery Shoshana Wayne. The artist again lays her eyes on the Mexican middle high-class, and high-class society, this time from the village San Pedro Garza Garcia. It is broadly known that this precise village from Nuevo León State is one of the richest of the country, with the highest per capita income, and the highest life standard of all Latin America. It is an exceptional idyllic place, far from a country reality with deep contrasts and social and economic inequalities.
3 months 1 hour ago
For its 60th anniversary in 2014 the Swiss Sculpture Exhibition in Biel/Bienne replaces the static presentation of artworks by performances in public space thus questioning the state of static representation and public involvement. It’s Le Mouvement. Chris Sharp, co-curator of the event talks with us about it.
3 months 2 weeks ago
Chinese artist Song Dong’s English is a series of morphemes that reunite his conceptual universe. During a conversation with him, Chinese terms arise at any time and a bunch of meanings seem to unfold from them. Translating can be tricky; this is not only a fact but also the topic for the book Song Dong Doing Nothing: 100 Notes, 100 Thoughts. We met him during his visit to Brazil and talked about how art has been sewn together with his life by means of translating difficulties, his family and all kind of daily events.
5 days 23 hours ago
When you first meet Janaina, you realize that not only her work but herself as well, fluctuate between the fragility of her oneiric unconscious universe, and the exuberant nature of organic and artificial forms, able to be equilibrated by the delicacy of her poetic gesture and the implicit strength of the message beneath. Janaina moves and...
1 week 6 days ago
Museums, opera houses, and the like are generally considered to contain art but not being art in itself.
1 month 2 weeks ago
Mariana Castillo Deball won the Neue Nationalgalerie’s young art prize last year Born 1975, and with prestigious projects at Documenta 13 and Chisenhale gallery in London behind her, she was a natural choice for Berlin’s state museums, an emerging artist already safely emerged.
2 months 2 days ago
Andy Warhol’s portraits of Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe are today branded on our minds. The iconic images have acquired a timelessness that transcends boundaries and speaks across generations. But how often is it that you see Monroe or Taylor get an Indian or say a Bollywood makeover?
2 months 3 weeks ago
The exhibition of the last series from Mexican photographer Yvonne Venegas (Long Beach, California, 1970) has been opened on September 6th at the L.A. Gallery Shoshana Wayne. The artist again lays her eyes on the Mexican middle high-class, and high-class society, this time from the village San Pedro Garza Garcia. It is broadly known that this...
3 months 1 hour ago
For its 60th anniversary in 2014 the Swiss Sculpture Exhibition in Biel/Bienne replaces the static presentation of artworks by performances in public space thus questioning the state of static representation and public involvement. It’s Le Mouvement. Chris Sharp, co-curator of the event talks with us about it.
3 months 2 weeks ago
Chinese artist Song Dong’s English is a series of morphemes that reunite his conceptual universe. During a conversation with him, Chinese terms arise at any time and a bunch of meanings seem to unfold from them. Translating can be tricky; this is not only a fact but also the topic for the book Song Dong Doing Nothing: 100 Notes, 100 Thoughts. We...
3 months 3 weeks ago
For the first time, Indian art has been given a large platform along the sidelines of yet another biennale in Venice called the Venice Biennale of Architecture. The show titled India: The Revealed Mysteries, is the biggest show of contemporary Indian art ever to be held in Italy.
3 months 4 weeks ago
Next 27th August BOSI Contemporary Gallery hosts the opening of Unconscious Lens, a group exhibition curated by Roya Sachs, featuring works by New York based artists Najib Aschrafzai, Rosanna Bach, Mike Fernandez, Gabriele Giugni, Alison Nguyen, and Anh Thuy Nguyen.
4 months 2 weeks ago
India’s wide and varied world of contemporary artists is a thriving community meeting with unprecedented success both at home and abroad. In fact, quite often, they seem to be doing far more challenging and interesting work outside India. Installation art, which requires huge space, is often restricted owing to small gallery spaces in India. The...
4 months 3 weeks ago
A lot has happened on planet Earth since 1493. Liber Chronicarium left a blank space between that date and the Apocalypse and it is now the ESDM students’ duty to fill that space with their own story and designs for that time before the end.
5 months 3 days ago
“Life is only half a game. Molecules are always at the verge of half disappearing and half emerging. Somebody said I should also put half-a-person in the show. But we are halves already”. Yoko Ono (1967)
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