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A new, ballet-like performance at Paris’s fashion museum explores the process of ceating a beautiful garment, using actress Tilda Swinton as mannequin in ‘Eternity Dress’ (running through Sunday November 24th as part of the annual French Festival d’Automne). Olivier Saillard (director of Paris’s eminent fashion museum, Palais Galliera) and Tilda Swinton (the beguiling Scottish-born actress)
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Barcelona hosts this international gallerist meeting, which aims to discuss and explore the issues that concern and affect gallery practices today. Through panel discussions, case studies and presentations, TALKING GALLERIES attempts to respond in a dynamic way to a profession that questions how to adapt to a reality marked by the economic crisis, by changing
Performa is the only biennial dedicated to commissioning, presenting and exploring new visual art performance across disciplines. For three weeks Performa and a consortium of arts organizations will band together to transform New York City into the performance capital of the world. More than 100 separate events presented at over 40 venues will showcase new
ArtReview has just released a quite interesting ranked list of the contemporary art worlds most powerful figures ’13 Have a look yourself! Talk about finical crisis one more time …
If you haven’t had the opportunity to see the documentary about Marina Abramovic – The Artist is Present – you should really take the time to enjoy it!
Artissima has just announced the names of the artists and their representing galleries taking part at the 2013 Present Future section. As a special section of the fair devoted to emerging talents, realised in collaboration with illycaffè, Present Future has grown both in horizons and scale by proposing in 2013 the projects by 24 artists
Ron Mueck is a figurative sculptor whose works are included in significant collections around the world. He’s born in Melbourne in 1958 and spent his childhood spare time crafting figures. Started his career as a model maker and puppeteer for the television and film industries, entered the world of contemporary art in 1996 with his
In 1913, an art exhibition opened in New York City that shocked the country, shattered perceptions of beauty, and shifted the American cultural landscape forever. “The International Exhibition of Modern Art” became known simply and infamously as “The Armory Show,” after its venue¬, the 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Avenue. It was a show of