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Rising Tides and Climate Change Color the Venice Biennale This Year Related Press Rising Tides and Climate Change Color the Venice Biennale This Year 24 June 2019, Hyperallergic

VENICE, Italy — Acqua alta : high water. It's something Venetians have learned to live with, when the city floods under high tides and strong winds. It mainly happens in the winter, but even under the mild May sunshine, the crowds sipping coffee in Saint Mark's Square will sometimes get their feet wet. At these times, the lines between...

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Ai Weiwei, Anish Kapoor and Marina Abramović lead major new exhibition Everything At Once at Store Studios Related Press Ai Weiwei, Anish Kapoor and Marina Abramović lead major new exhibition Everything At Once at Store Studios 8 September 2017, The Vinyl Factory

This October, Store Studios will host Everything At Once, an extensive off-site exhibition featuring 24 artists currently shown at Lisson Gallery in celebration of its 50th anniversary.

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Inside the mind of Marina Abramović Related Press Inside the mind of Marina Abramović 17 February 2017, Apollo Magazine

At an Austrian gallery in 1975, Marina Abramović staged the performance Thomas Lips, in which she cut a five-pointed star into her stomach using a razor blade. According to Abramović: 'The pain was like a wall I had walked through and come out the other side.' The artist's capacity to overcome limits, be they physical or psychological, is at the...

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Marina Abramović's Grueling, Hardcore Journey to Brazil Related Press Marina Abramović's Grueling, Hardcore Journey to Brazil 15 December 2016, The Creators Project

Physical pain doesn't intimidate the inimitable Marina Abramović, but spiritual agony is another matter. In 2012, the artist traveled to Brazil in search of a salve for her 'emotional and personal troubles.' The resulting quest for healing and artistic inspiration is chronicled in a stunning new documentary, Marina Abramović in Brazil: The Space...

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Klaus Biesenbach recalls the founding of KW in Berlin 25 years ago, a moment of 'radical change and freedom' Related Press Klaus Biesenbach recalls the founding of KW in Berlin 25 years ago, a moment of 'radical change and freedom' 29 November 2016, ARTnews

In late November 1989 I came to Berlin. I had spent the summer in New York, staying with a friend who at the time was the editor of an international magazine. On her cable TV and in the many different newspapers she had at her home on the Upper West Side, I had seen and read about an autumn full of demonstrations in East Germany, embassies taken...

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Marina Abramović, Richard Long, and Dorothy Cross at Modern Art Oxford Related Press Marina Abramović, Richard Long, and Dorothy Cross at Modern Art Oxford 30 August 2016, ArtLyst

Upon entering the gallery the viewer is first met with the sight of Richard Long's installation Walking a Labyrinth, this interactive work is a vast rectilinear ‘floor drawing’, a maze made from white clay applied to the gallery floor. In fact the title of this latest celebration of 50 years of the gallery in Oxford is taken from a...

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Discussion on video art research in the context of globalisation: 'Time Test' is unveiled Related Press Discussion on video art research in the context of globalisation: 'Time Test' is unveiled 12 July 2016, CAFA ART INFO

At 2:30 pm on July 2, 2016, Time Test – International Video Art Research Exhibition was unveiled at CAFA Art Museum. The exhibition is jointly hosted by Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A. and CAFA Art Museum. In the axis of the development course of the video art, the project presents...

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Seeing Round Corners: The Art of the Circle review - the joy of life in the round Related Press Seeing Round Corners: The Art of the Circle review - the joy of life in the round 29 May 2016, The Guardian

A circle is itself, pure and simple, but a world of other things too: a bubble, an eye, a planet, the sun. Casually drawn on a scrap of paper, it can be a hole, a halo, a ring or the Earth itself. Since the dawn of mankind we have been looking with wonder at the full moon in the night sky and the coloured discs in each other’s eyes. The lure...

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Best of the Best: Five Booths at Art Basel Hong Kong Related Press Best of the Best: Five Booths at Art Basel Hong Kong 23 March 2016, Observer

This year’s fair features 239 galleries from 35 countries, and presents modern and contemporary art in a full range of media. Although nearly half of the exhibitors are Asia-based galleries, a full 38 galleries in the 2016 edition of the fair are from New York, and in fact four of those galleries—Gagosian Gallery, Lehmann Maupin, Pace...

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Ecological art that miniaturizes (and minimizes) climate change Related Press Ecological art that miniaturizes (and minimizes) climate change 23 February 2016, Hyperallergic

PARIS — Climats Artificiels (or “Artificial Climates”) at the Espace Fondation EDF is an impertinent and multigenerational group show of contemporary art — heavy on miniature biosphere mockups — that raises the question of the current value of ironic artificiality. Under inspection, via notions of...

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The march of time at Modern Art Oxford: celebrating 50 years Related Press The march of time at Modern Art Oxford: celebrating 50 years 16 February 2016, Apollo Magazine

Modern Art Oxford is one of a clutch of British art institutions founded in the 1960s. Like Ikon Gallery in Birmingham and London’s Camden Arts Centre, both of which celebrated their half-century last year, the gallery now stands as an international beacon of contemporary visual culture. The Museum of Modern Art Oxford (MoMA) was opened in...

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Art Basel in Miami Beach shines a light on the Americas Related Press Art Basel in Miami Beach shines a light on the Americas 4 December 2015, The New York Times

“The Swiss have a saying: ‘After the fair is before the fair,”’ said Marc Spiegler, the global director of Art Basel, referring to the way his organization starts planning for the next event as soon as one ends. The approach has brought success and proliferation. The first Art Basel was in 1970, in its home base, in...

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