Новости современного искусства

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  1. Museum in a Garage
    Already the seat of the European Union, will Brussels soon be the new hub for contemporary art? In any case, it’s what Rudi Vervoort, patron of the Brussels-Capital region, has in mind. At the heart of the project is the iconic Citroën garage on Place de l’Yser. So what are the returns on this crazy […]
  2. David LaChapelle: Love after the Flood
    If you’re a fan of James Bidgood’s kitsch-erotic imagery, then you’ll love David LaChapelle’s trash-pop. With a dominant streak of fetishism and obsessive neurosis, After the Deluge is a dive head-first into a universe saturated with colour. After the deluge runs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Mons, until 25 February.   Those discovering David […]
  3. Christo, the intimate and the monumental
    Whilst the urban projects of Christo and Jeanne-Claude are on display at the ING Art Center in Brussels, BRAFA is displaying a piece from the mid-1960s, Three Store Fronts. We look back on the history of this installation and look forward to the birth of the Mastaba project coming soon to Abu Dhabi which will […]
  4. Respecting the Balance
    Like most collectors flocking to BRAFA, Harold t’Kint de Roodenbeke likes the month of January. President of the fair for the sixth consecutive year, he reveals to AMA the key points of the strategy for the Brussels-based fair. Verbatim.   With nearly 25,000 artifacts and works of art, presented by 135 exhibitors, BRAFA is an […]
  5. BRAFA, The Great Belgian Fair
    Rigour, eclecticism and a dash of of madness for good measure… From Saturday 27January to Sunday 4 February, BRAFA opens in Brussels, kicking off the new season of international art fairs. It’s the event that sets the New Year in motion for the antiques, paintings and collectibles market and at the heart of Europe, it’s […]
  6. Lee Ufan at Le Corbusier
    Listed as UNESCO world heritage, the Couvent de la Tourette, designed in 1953 by Le Corbusier, is hosting, as part of the Biennale de Lyon, the works of Lee Ufan. Minimalism and a sensitive relationship with space… After Versailles in 2014, the artist faces the austerity of the famous Dominican convent. An encounter.   Born […]
  7. A giant lobster in the Salon de Mars
    Bringing contemporary art into heritage sites… and vice versa. In France, this practice has developed widely since the 1980s. From Jeff Koons to Paul MacCarthy, we retrace a French cultural exception… that gives off a whiff of scandal.   It’s a fact… The integration of recent artworks on heritag sites is far from being a […]
  8. Harumi Klossowska de Rola: “I’m an artisan who’s still learning”
    Harumi Klossowska de Rola could easily be the name of a heroine from a novel, with its poetic, dreamlike air… Just like the creations by this artist. As daughter of the painter Balthus and Japanese artist Setsuko Ikeda, Harumi has inherited talent while carving out a path for herself in the universe of jewellery and […]
  9. Beth Greenacre: A Sharing Journey with David Bowie
    AMA is honoured to have talked to Beth Greenacre, the curator of David Bowie’s collection. This interview “gives us an insight into what an incredible mind David had, what a passion he had, and the phenomenal ways in which he saw the world”.   What is your background? I graduated from Courtauld in London in […]
  10. Data: Christopher Wool
    Christopher Wool is what one might call a phenomenon; he produces little work, rarely expresses himself and his work began to change hands for tens of millions of dollars at a relatively early stage in his career. We take a look at his 350 million dollar portfolio. Graffiti on a white van; legend has it […]
  11. Noah Horowitz, a New Yorker in Miami
    The year 2017 has been a big year for Miami and its artistic community. Not only has the city survived hurricanes, it has also seen two of its museums reopen their doors. Noah Horowitz, Director of the Americas of Art Basel, talks us through his 2017 show. Interview. Noah Horowitz, like many fair directors, is […]
  12. The Permanent Side of Miami Art
    Chances are you already know about the main art week destinations: Art Basel, Art Miami and Context. In addition to the three large events, more than a dozen peripheral art salons are planned around the city. But that’s not all! Miami also has a permanent side: more than 30 major art collections are on view […]
  13. The Rise and fall of Art Startups
    Despite its reputation for being at times archaic, the art world has been very creative when it comes to integrating technology. We take a look at the business models behind some of the most salient online startups of the art world. In New York, 1989, Pierre Sernet and Hans Neuendorf founded a small company allowing […]
  14. Wynwood is Dead – Long Live Wynwood!
    Look what you have done to this city. First you invaded Downtown, then came the Design District, then Wynwood, now Little Haiti. What’s next, Allapattah? What has happened? What have you brought us? Safer streets, more colorful walls, bustling shops – all good. But my one dollar cortadito in a tiny cardboard cup, made with […]
  15. Eli and Edye Broad: a history of passion
    From collecting artists in-depth to supporting the constant improvement of mind, body and spirit, Eli and Edye Broad’s philosophy of development runs through everything they do. We talk to two of the world’s most important collectors of post-war and contemporary art about the brutal honesty and power of “the art of our times”. Most collectors, […]
  16. Say Hello to PAMM
    This is the contemporary art museum of the city. The Pérez Art Museum Miami, better known as PAMM, opened its doors in 2013. The building was designed by the Herzog and de Meuron agency of Switzerland and is the architectural jewel of Museum Park, Miami’s new cultural spot. A conceptual guided tour.   Miami is […]
  17. Satellite fairs during Art Basel Miami Beach 2017
    Curatorial platforms, immersive experiences, innovative fairs… Next stop, Miami, to make the most of a crazy week of contemporary art. From Wynwood to South Beach, we take a look at the most exclusive happenings taking place around Art Basel; here’s a roundup of the highlights.   Nada Miami. Not-for-profit platform Nada, for those who haven’t […]
  18. Philipp Kaiser, a very “Public” person
    Philipp Kaiser is a man of vision. This year Art Basel chose him to direct the Public sector, following in the footsteps of Nicholas Baume. He tells AMA about how to organize a city-wide show with some of the best living artists, about the changing dynamics of the art world, and the challenges and opportunities […]
  19. Art Basel Miami Beach, the Great Festival
    Miami, 7-10 December, the heavyweights of the art world are in town. At the heart of this ultra-contemporary ecosystem is a fair of excess, which continues to expand. Welcome to Art Basel and its 16th year in Florida. Could the highly acclaimed Art Basel Miami Beach be to contemporary art what the Cannes Film Festival […]
  20. BMW France launches the “BMW Pop-up Photo Tour”
    It’s an original concept created for the BMW network of car dealers, transformed into ephemeral galleries. The idea? To set up travelling exhibitions that present the works of internationally renowned photographers. Let’s bear in mind that the formula was hatched for the BMW car-dealers network in partnership with the ADAP (Association de Diffusion de l’Art […]

Новости современного искусства