Blog post by Lucia Love; photographs by Anastasia Loginova – in Berlin; Monday, May 20, 2013.
by Katy Diamond Hamer // Apr. 8, 2013
Historically, painting has a very long lineage ranging from early cave drawings to Abstract Expressionism and Magic Realism. In the process…[read on]
Blog post by Liberation Iannillo – in New York; Wednesday, Mar. 27, 2013.
For HEARD•NY artist Nick Cave created 30 life-sized horses that will be on display in Vanderbilt Hall, that is, when they are not roaming around Grand Central and the Main Concourse…[read on…]
A video recap of Art Dubai, Dubai’s main art fair, featuring leading voices from galleries, the art fair and the art world.
Video by MONA, Produced by Monica Salazar, Filmed by and Edited by Peter Cairns
by Liz Feder // Jan. 31, 2013
A sauna and strap-ons? Electronic music-machines and ugly pink bathing suits? Hairy costumes and oversized acrylic necklaces? This is the studio visit that defies all others,…[read on]
Article by Anna C. Purcell – in Berlin; Saturday, Oct. 06, 2012.
by Elizabeth Feder // Aug. 7, 2012
When exploring Kandis Williams; studio, one is struck by the incongruous balance between the pensive balance between the pensive quality…[read on]
Blog post by Anna Purcell – in Berlin; Saturday, July 21, 2012.
In her graphic history The Genetic Wars, Barbara Confino, a New York City-based artist and writer, explores the repurcussions of a society in which cloning is the primary form of human reproduction.
Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Sunday, May 27, 2012.
BERLIN ART LINK proudly announces its 2012 media partnership with SCOPE. With over 45 art fairs spanning more than a decade, SCOPE is a premier showcase for emerging international contemporary art. SCOPE have presented the most innovative galleries, curators and artists around the world at their fairs and carried out non-profit initiatives that push the boundaries of art, design, music and fashion. [read on…]
Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Wednesday, May 16, 2012.
Marcos Zotes, an architect from Madrid who is currently based in New York, presented his project “Rafmögnuð Náttúra” in Reykjavik as the main event for the city’s Winter Lights Festival in February of this year. The facade of the iconic Hallgrímskirkja church was the site of this award-winning temporary installation.