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Dal blog di Savina Carluccio del 14 November 2012 The Lumen Prize
The Lumen Prize is an international award that celebrates the very best fine art created digitally. Digital fine art is an exciting, emerging genre of fine art and the Lumen Prize intent is to celebrate it through a curated competition that will find the very best examples of digitally-created art and then take this work on a global tour in January 2013. The competition and global exhibition ...
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Dal blog di Domenico Olivero del 16 August 2013 Bosco and Li
Next September start the new programme of Pace Gallery in London, will star with two young artist Bosco Sodi, 6 September at 6-10 Lexington Street, and Li Songsong,19 September at 6 Burlington Gardens, two interesting painters. Bosco Sodi (b. 1970, Mexico City) is known for his richly textured, vividly colored large-scale paintings. Sodi has discovered an emotive power within the essential crude...
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Dal blog di Julian Williams del 13 Mai 2013 Rain Room
Rain Room (2012), a large-scale environment by Random International, is presented at The Museum of Modern Art from May 12 to July 28, 2013, as part of EXPO 1: New York. Rain Room consists of a field of falling water that visitors may walk through and experience how it might feel to control the rain. Known for their distinctive approach to contemporary digital practice, Random International’s e...
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Dal blog di Savina Carluccio del 12 April 2013 The Tainted
Through the unique interweaving of two culturally distinct approaches towards sculpture and installation, Korean artist Shan Hur and Italian artist Aron Demetz present their new works at Gazelli Art House in London. In The Tainted, Hur and Demetz collectively explore the paradoxical dynamic between human fallibility and the perpetual desire for progress. Expanding on his interest in the human fig...
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Dal blog di Domenico Olivero del 26 Februar 2013 Art13
Next 1 of March start a Art13 London, a new art fair sponsored by Citi Private Bank, Art13 London is London’s new art fair for modern and contemporary art, presenting a truly global perspective and showcasing art from 1945 to the present day. With over 70% of galleries exhibiting at an art fair in London for the very first time, this is the most eagerly anticipated art fair in over a decade. T...
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Dal blog di Savina Carluccio del 29 Mai 2013 Whole and part
Japanese artist Keita Sagaki's work is underlined by a simple concept: all things are composed of whole and part. 'For instance, The human body is built from 60 trillion cells. Moreover, every matter is formed by an atom or a molecule. Everybody belongs to some organization such as a family, school,company and nation. The solar system including our planet is a part of the Galaxy. however, the ...
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Dal blog di Domenico Olivero del 01 Oktober 2012 Frieze London
The tenth edition of Frieze London, the leading international contemporary art fair, takes place in London’s Regent’s Park from 11–14 October 2012. Frieze London is sponsored by Deutsche Bank. World’s leading contemporary art galleries With exhibitors from 35 countries the tenth edition of Frieze London is the most international event organised by Frieze; confirming the fair’s position as one ...
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Dal blog di Savina Carluccio del 22 März 2013 David Bowie Is
David Bowie is... perhaps the first to have a show that places the subject so centrally in the history of art, technology, commerce and culture. David Bowie is... the only living artist anywhere in the world who deserves such an exhibition. David Bowie is... a title by Paul Morley - some PM white light returned with thanks. David Bowie is... not just a bunch of frocks on mannequins - which des...
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Dal blog di Domenico Olivero del 05 Juni 2013 The Summer Pavilion
A few days ago finished the construction of the Pavilion Serpentine Gallery Summer, designed by Sou Fujimoto this year. The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013, which will open on 8 June, will be designed by multi award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto. He is the thirteenth and, at 41, youngest architect to accept the invitation to design a temporary structure for the Serpentine Gallery. T...
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Dal blog di Lorenzo Paci del 06 Mai 2011 The Pirate Camp!
PIRATE CAMP is the first itinerant artists’ camping program created to give free hospitality to a selection of young international artists during the most important contemporary art events worldwide. The project was conceived by the Italian art group CONIGLIOVIOLA and it involves a network of international artist-run spaces. Pirate-Camp is supported and promoted by the non-profit organization Ka...
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