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TRACES:Nam June Paik

Today is the occasion to bear in mind the South-Korean artist Nam June Paik (20/7/1932-29/1/2006), who is commonly hailed as the “father” …

Gao Ludi, TT-11, 2015, Acrylic and paint on canvas, 20 x 30 cm Courtesy the artist, Lehmann Maupin, New York/Hong Kong, and White Space-Beijing

ART-PREVIEW:Points of Departure

While modernism was based on idealism and reason, postmodernism was born of skepticism and a suspicion of reason. It challenged the notion …

Mark Sink, Cloud Series 1, 2016, Archival pigment print on cotton canvas, Robin Rice Gallery

PHOTO:Summertime Salon

When one thinks of summertime, different smells, sights, sounds and memories manifest. Each year, Rice curates a “Summertime Salon” that captures this …

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 …

Janine Antoni, Slumber, 1994, EMST Collection, Photo: Nils Klinger-documenta 14, EMST Archive

ART-TRIBUTE: ANTIDORON, Part II

The exhibition “ANTIDORON The EMST Collection” in Kassel marks the first time the collection of Greece’s National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) …

Yannis Adamakos, Re-emergence 1, 2017, 25x35 cm, Αcrylic on canvas, Courtesy CITRONNE Gallery

ART ISLANDS:Poros-Yannis Adamakos

Yannis Adamakos’ painting revolves around three fundamental elements: space, figure and light. From these arise the relationships, which define a work in …