Written by Victoria Petersen “I’m definitely not an architect,” Daniel Arsham tells me when I ask him if he considers himself an artist or an architect.
January 18-26 5533 in the Istanbul Textile Traders’ Market (IMC) Istanbul, Turkey More Info Art Barter is collaborating with Filiz Avunduk to host its 5th major international show in Istanbul at 5533. Art Barter will show works by a range of Turkish artists, from emerging to established, to enable a distinct mode of interaction and exchange [...]
January 18, 7pm Tomio Koyama Gallery Singapore Gallery hours; Tue. to Sat. 11:00 – 20:00 / Sun. 10:00 – 18:00 Closed; Mon., National Holidays 47 Malan Road #01-26 Gillman Barracks Singapore 109444 Tel:+65-6659-7068 / Fax:+65-6659-7069 Tomoko Nagai’s solo exhibition “Dramatic Moments” Tomoko Nagai was born in Aichi Prefecture, Japan in 1982. She employs various materials [...]
Lithuanian photographer Tadao Cern recreated the famous portrait of Vincent Van Gogh in photography (with a random stranger). The resemblance is striking! Watch video comparison of the two below.
Andrea Mary Marshall’s second solo show, Gia Condo, will open on January 17, 2013 at Allegra LaViola Gallery, New York City. Marshall has created a series of self portraits as her alter ego, Gia Condo, a character inspired by the enduring mystery surrounding the Mona Lisa. The exhibition will consist of painting, photography and film, [...]
Looking at art has always been a good way to set life aside for a little while; relax, get lost, and just clear the mind. Melanie Pankau‘s art, with its straight edge lines and restrained use of muted colors, does this like no other. The Chicago-based artist delivers