- Published on Thursday, 13 October 2016 11:10
Frieze Art Fair that took place in London until the 9th of October, also presents an additional feature: the Sculpture Park. It is completely free and a great opportunity to view a well-curated survey of Contemporary Sculpture in Regent's Park. However, the human figure is missing with the exception, perhaps, of the Chadwick's piece. Artists of the calibre of Jeff Koons, Antony Gormley and Damien Hirst constantly revisit the figure in their three-dimensional outputs. Lorenzo Quinn – Rome, 1966 – makes the human figure and specially the hands as his main form of expression as if he decided to swim against the current. Quinn is by far one of the most popular artists today with his own public art being scattered around the globe. As he says one his main aims is to connect with the general public in a way that other artists fail and Quinn succeeds in doing so.
- Published on Tuesday, 13 September 2016 16:06
London is the place to be this fall as the art fair season descends on the city. There are some niche events we’ll definitely be highlighting twice in our agendas, like Crossroads Art Show 2016, taking place from 6-9 October at The Old Truman Brewery in East London.
- Published on Friday, 08 April 2016 08:08
Now why would you turn an island pink fuchsia? And why not? Duo of land art artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude made this magnificent facility called Surrounded Islands in 1983. For two weeks, these eleven islands in Biscayne Bay, Miami, were surrounded by a pink polypropylene fuchsia belt. The message of this work of art? Underline the various ways in which the people of Miami live, between land and water.