Dirk Vanduffel

Dirk Vanduffel, Belgium (co-founder, co-editor)
Dirk defines the overall policy of ArtDependence Magazine, in addition to conducting interviews. He specializes in valuation and auctioning.

Articles (94)

Insider's Guide to Art Cologne 2018: High Quality and High Level of Internationality
Article date: Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Insider's Guide to Art Cologne 2018: High Quality and High Level of Internationality

The upcoming ART COLOGNE (19 - 22 April) offers utmost quality at all levels from modern through postwar to contemporary art.

Propaganda Posters : Pour Le Drapeau and Country
Article date: Sunday, April 15, 2018

Propaganda Posters : Pour Le Drapeau and Country

ArtDependence has curated a selection of these propaganda posters from around the world.

Jeff Koons' Gazing Ball is Damaged in Nieuwe Kerk
Article date: Sunday, April 8, 2018

Jeff Koons' Gazing Ball is Damaged in Nieuwe Kerk

As reported by the Dutch newspaper Het Parool, Jeff Koons' Gazing Ball artwork was seriously damaged on its last day in Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam.

Flemish Government Seeking 2,313 Missing Works of Art
Article date: Thursday, March 29, 2018

Flemish Government Seeking 2,313 Missing Works of Art

The Flemish Audit Office provided an expose in the Flemish Parliament today regarding 2,313 works of art that are currently unaccounted for.

England’s Museums and Brexit: The Mendoza Review
Article date: Wednesday, March 21, 2018

England’s Museums and Brexit: The Mendoza Review

The UK is pressing ahead with Brexit, steadying itself for the impact of a rapid and radical shift in international relationships across all industries. Ahead of the change, the UK Government commissioned an independent review of museums in England.

Judicial Investigation into the Authenticity of Exhibited Works of Art in the MSK Ghent
Article date: Monday, March 19, 2018

Judicial Investigation into the Authenticity of Exhibited Works of Art in the MSK Ghent

There is a judicial investigation of the authenticity of documents that were recently the object of an exhibition at the MSK in Ghent.

Catherine de Zegher, Director of MSK Ghent, has
Article date: Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Catherine de Zegher, Director of MSK Ghent, has

ArtDependence has learned that Catherine de Zegher, Director of MSK Ghent, has been fired/resigned.

Is the Mona Lisa Set to Start Travelling?
Article date: Sunday, March 4, 2018

Is the Mona Lisa Set to Start Travelling?

After 500 years in Paris, the Mona Lisa may be set to leave the city on a rare tour.

Iranian CAMA Gallery to Open Hub in London: Interview with Co-Founder and Curator Mona Kosheghbal
Article date: Friday, March 2, 2018

Iranian CAMA Gallery to Open Hub in London: Interview with Co-Founder and Curator Mona Kosheghbal

In 2017, ArtDependence Magazine had an interview with the director of the Museum of Modern Art in Tehran. Interest in the Iranian art scene is growing worldwide, and now the Tehran-based CAMA Gallery is opening a hub in London.

A Question in Trivial Pursuit: Which Artist Created a Portrait of Queen Elisabeth II Using 1,000 Teabags?  Answer: Andy Brown
Article date: Thursday, March 1, 2018

A Question in Trivial Pursuit: Which Artist Created a Portrait of Queen Elisabeth II Using 1,000 Teabags? Answer: Andy Brown

In reading about little-known facts in art, ArtDependence Magazine came across a very interesting artist: Andy Brown. Brown found notoriety when he created a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by stitching together 1,000 used tea bags. ArtDependence reached out to Andy Brown with questions about this particular work, which Brown was more than happy to answer.

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Roman Pyatkovka, “VELVET SADNESS”, (1996), photograph glued on velvet passe-partout (paper).

Roman Pyatkovka, “VELVET SADNESS”, (1996), photograph glued on velvet passe-partout (paper).

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