Nina Röder born in 1983 in Germany and graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from Bauhaus University Weimar with the focus on staged photography. Next, to her artistic activities, she is a Ph.D. candidate with the research topic about performative strategies in contemporary photography. Nina’s photographic work is exposing hidden structures of biographical stories […]
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The “2018 Insights on Wealth and Worth — Art Collectors” survey by U.S. Trust revealed that millennials are now the fastest growing segment of art collectors. Growing up with technology by their side, millennials—born between 1982 and 1998—have different values and buying habits than generations before them. Faced with these shifting demographics, what is your […]
Andy Warhol American, 1928–1987 Inspired by the portraits that Man Ray photographed of Marcel Duchamp’s alter ego, Rrose Sélavy, Andy Warhol created a series of drag self-portraits. Always questioning the conventions of constructed identity, Warhol donned a wig and bold makeup, subverting traditional gender expectations and paying homage to the artists before him. Self-Portrait in […]
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A show in the new Kettle’s Yard space highlights why the traditional gallery aesthetic is falling out of favour Jul 12th 2018 by A.C. CAMBRIDGE In dining room at Kettle’s Yard, a lemon sits on a pewter dish. Replaced every week, it directs viewers’ eyes to the adjacent wall, where the yellow spot in a […]
Christie’s Elliot Safra speaks on the Artelligence Podcast ahead of next week’s Art + Tech Summit. soundcloud.com/artelligence/christies-art-tech-conference ***All rights to the artwork or any material remain with the author and can be removed from the website on request at any time. Please, contact us by email email@example.com
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Annette KELM was born 1975 in Stuttgart, Germany. She currently lives and works in Berlin. Kelm is interested in typologies, models of mass production, the function of objects and the nature of their representation, and stylistic developments in patterned textiles, design, and technology. In her work she conflates several genres in single images or in […]
Naum Gabo, original name Naum Neemia Pevsner (born August 5, 1890, Bryansk, Russia—died August 23, 1977, Waterbury, Connecticut, U.S.), pioneering Constructivist sculptor who used materials such as glass, plastic, and metal and created a sense of spatial movement in his work. Gabo studied medicine and natural science, then philosophy and art history, at the University […]
Born in 1961 in Buenos Aires, Argentina Lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina Body, behavior and space; intuition, sensitivity, and perception; experience and knowledge: these are the keywords of Marina De Caro’s work. De Caro develops her poetics from the field of drawing towards the realms of sculpture and performance. Her spatial and action-based […]
Today I went through the exhibition of Emerging and Established Artist Lionel Smit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami Beach. Lionel Smit was born in Pretoria, South Africa in 1982. He creates monumental portraiture works on canvas, sculpture, silkscreen, video and public installations. Smit’s work has been exhibited locally and internationally in […]
Did you miss the 2017 Art Basel in June? Here is a great reason to spend 6 mins in a tour de force through the Galleries sector. ***All rights to the artwork or any material remain with the author and can be removed from the website on request at any time. Please, contact us by […]
Paolo Icaro, one of the most interesting contemporary artists. In the seventies he started to construct his research according to a profound and theoretical formal severity, exploring several techniques, spanning from drawings to performances but concentrating primarily on sculptures and installations.