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Pelagia Kyriazi, Collector 1, 45x61cm, mixed media over silkscreen, Pelagia Kyriazi Archive

INTERVIEW:Pelagia Kyriazi

Pelagia Kyriazi’s artworks through the logic of the blackboard, are depicted on the black surface of the paper, are traveling us in …

Dimitris Tzamouranis, 38°36´N-25°78´E, 2017, Oil on canvas, 310 X 215, Courtesy Galerie Michael Haas-Berlin and Dimitris Tzamouranis

INTERVIEW:Dimitris Tzamouranis

Dimitris Tzoumouranis has been living and working in Berlin since the ‘90s, his career is remarkable, he is collaborating with Galerie Michael …

Eleni Tzirtzilaki, Home As Fabric, 2017- , Courtesy Eleni Tzirtzilaki

INTERVIEW:Eleni Tzirtzilaki

Eleni Tzirtzilaki studied Architecture at Facoltà di Architettura in Florence, she is a politically active and deeply sensitive human being since she …

Andrew Rogers, We Are (Detail), 2017, Installation at Palazzo Mora in Venice, © & Courtesy Andrew Rogers

INTERVIEW:Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers is an Australian Sculptor best known for his monumental Land Art project “Rhythms of Life” that began in 1998 and …

Left: Nandita Kumar, pOLymORpHic hUMansCApE, 2013, Courtesy Galerie Felix Frachon-Brussels, Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Pirje Mykkänen. Right: Nandita Kumar, The Unwanted Ecology, 2016, Courtesy Galerie Felix Frachon-Brussels, Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Pirje Mykkänen

INTERVIEW:Arja Miller

ARS is one of the oldest recurring exhibitions of Contemporary Art in Europe, taking place in Finland since 1961. The theme of …

Pablo Siquier, 1613, 2016, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 100 cm, Courtesy the artist and Galerie Xippas-Paris

INTERVIEW:Pablo Siquier

Pablo Siquier is part of a generation of artists who emerged in Buenos Aires at the end of Jorge Rafaél Videla’s bloodthirsty …

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INTERVIEW: Leevi Haapala

ARS is one of the oldest recurring exhibitions of Contemporary Art in Europe, taking place in Finland since 1961. The theme of …

SCAD Savannah, Winter 2017, deFINE art, Exhibitions, Chiharu Shiota, Infinity Lines, Documentation: SCAD Museum of Art, Photo: John McKinnon

INTERVIEW:Chiharu Shiota

The starting points for the majority of Chiharu Shiota’s installations are collections of used everyday objects that act as expressions of human …

Manolis Baboussis, Something Stupid, © Manolis Baboussis, Courtesy the artist

INTERVIEW:Manolis Baboussis

Manolis Baboussis is a visual artist, that his artwork is balancing between art and architecture; since his initial studies and influences are …

Gregor Hildebrandt, Die Schatten Deiner Schritte betrachtend, 2017, Cassette tape and acrylic on canvas, 29 x 42 cm, Photo: Roman März, © Gregor Hildebrandt, Courtesy of the Artist and Almine Rech Gallery

INTERVIEW:Gregor Hildebrandt

Every one artwork of Gregor Hildebrandt carries within it a specific song, film or poem, as he makes extensive use of pre-recorded …

Exhibitionview: "Existenzielle Bildwelten | Sammlung Reinking" | Weserburg | Museum für moderne Kunst, Bremen | 24.05.2014 - 01.02.2015

INTERVIEW:Rik Reinking

Rik Reinking is a German art collector, dealer and curator who acquired his first artwork at the age of 16, also he …

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INTERVIEW:Peter Bläuer

Peter Bläuer is the charismatic director of LISTE, which saw a significant gap in the contemporary art market. In 1995 along with …

Ricardo Brey, Polen, © Copyright Ricardo Brey

INTERVIEW:Ricardo Brey

Ricardo Brey does not need an introduction. He is a very important contemporary artist, not afraid to create and deconstruct at the same time his artwork, but supports …

Piero Golia, My gold is yours, Detail of concrete fragments with gold enclosures, Venice Biennale 2013, New Atlantis Enterprises Archive

INTERVIEW:Piero Golia

Piero Golia, from the beginning of his career until now, remains an enigmatic and avant-garde artist, since he seems flirting with challenges. …

Nasan Tur, Magic, 2013, Courtesy the artist and BlainSouthern

Interview:Nasan Tur

Through his practice Nasan Tur explores political ideologies, subconscious messages and the future of our society. He often creates work in the …