Cover Stories

Article date: Monday, July 6, 2020
The Aestheticized Interview with Fatos Irwen (Turkey)

"I spent the last 3 years as prisoner in prison. My body was usurped. 3 years of my stay in prison was a performative experience for me from beginning to end. And I drew a picture like crazy. All my creative potential had been revealed".

Article date: Monday, June 29, 2020
Guillaume Piens, Director of Art Paris, on Cancelations, Changes and a New Date

"The past few months have been a rollercoaster for us. The fair was initially going to be held from 2-5 April and was postponed until 28-31 May, and then finally it had to be cancelled as the government banned all public gatherings until mid-July. We decided to go online with two initiatives - Art Paris Digital By Artsy and Art Paris Live".

Article date: Monday, June 22, 2020
Art in Corona Lockdown - Interview with Ferhat Özgür, Zagreb

"During the period of the lockdown I was unable to work in my workshop on a daily basis, like I used to, even though it is only a fifteen-minute walk away from home. Yet this did not prove to be an obstacle for me to continue working on various ideas. Preserving my belief that the virus cannot be superior to creativity, I tried to enrich the freedom of loneliness by staging a ‘one-man performance’ at home in order to negotiate the absurdness and surreal contingencies of photography".

Article date: Thursday, June 18, 2020
Mami Kataoka, President of CIMAM, Talks About the Potential Long Term Impact of Covid-19

"Together with our very experienced and engaged Board members, we are very much looking forward to further developing CIMAM’s network and leadership role in promoting good practices in the modern and contemporary art museum profession".

Lead Stories

Article date: Monday, July 13, 2020
Bergen Assembly Announces Sandane Afif as Convener For its fourth edition taking place in 2022, Bergen Assembly has appointed the artist Saâdane Afif as convener. Bergen Assembly is a perennial model for art production structured around public events that take place in the city of Bergen every three years.
Article date: Monday, July 13, 2020
Six Rencontres d'Arles Projects will be Presented at the Sixth Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival Find the Truth by Elsa and Johanna, Earth Not a Globe by Philippe Braquenier, Ton Pied, Mon Pied by Francois-Xavier Gbre, Nouvelle Vague by Raymond Cauchetier, The Book Awards, and a selection from the last Night of the Year.
Article date: Sunday, July 12, 2020
Lichtenstein Fetches $46,242,500 as Historic One Sale Tops $420m — Setting Seven Artist Records The first auction of its kind — relayed in sequence from Hong Kong, Paris, London and New York — totals $420,941,042 / £334,877,520 / €373,053,557 / HK$3,246,637,554 and sets auction records for Marden, Thiebaud, Condo and more.
Article date: Friday, July 10, 2020
UNESCO Launched a New Report on Museums Around the World in the Face of COVID-19 This Report, presenting a first evaluation of the impact of COVID-19 across the museum sector, sheds new light on the key trends of the world’s museums, their reaction in the face of the crisis, their capacity for resilience, and the challenges of accessing culture.
Article date: Thursday, July 9, 2020
Sotheby’s will Offer Rediscovered Frans Hals Masterpiece Unseen for over 65-years Emerging from a private collection, unseen and unconsidered by scholars for over half a century, a rediscovered portrait by the great Dutch master, Frans Hals, will be offered at Sotheby’s next month.
Article date: Thursday, July 9, 2020
Museum Ludwig Postpones Andy Warhol Exhibition and Extends Mapping the Collection The Museum Ludwig is postponing the exhibition Andy Warhol Now, originally planned for October 10, 2020 to February 21, 2021. The exhibition, developed in partnership with Tate Modern, is now on view in London until November 15. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the exhibition had to close there on March 17, just five days after it opened.

Interviews

Article date: Monday, July 6, 2020
The Aestheticized Interview with Fatos Irwen (Turkey) "I spent the last 3 years as prisoner in prison. My body was usurped. 3 years of my stay in prison was a performative experience for me from beginning to end. And I drew a picture like crazy. All my creative potential had been revealed".
Article date: Tuesday, June 2, 2020
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice Re-Opens,  Director Karole P. B. Vail Tells Us More 'It’s difficult to know exactly how Covid-19 will change the art world, or the whole world for that matter. Changes have already happened, and many more will occur - some hopefully better than others. It’s possible that there will be fewer art fairs, biennales and art events all over the world, which might not be such a bad thing, as we must pay attention more than ever to our environment and methods of sustainability in a concerted effort to respect the future and well-being of our planet'.

Symbolism in Art

Article date: Friday, September 27, 2019
Symbolism in Art: Goldfish Born in 1869 in Le Cateau, France, Matisse began to paint whilst recovering from an operation. His painting and sculpture work would defy the expectations of the art world and make him one of the best-known artists of the 20th century and the leader of a group of the Fauve group. The Fauve group defied the realism and representation of Impressionism, and instead used strong colour and shapes to express emotion.
Article date: Monday, September 2, 2019
Rubens and the Symbolism of the Self Portrait Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens was one of the most important artists of the seventeenth century as well as a successful diplomat, scholar and courtier. His paintings were highly regarded by the nobility and he was an influential figure during most of his lifetime. He specialised in creating altarpieces, history paintings, portraits and landscape work. His unique style captured the Baroque aesthetic.

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