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21. 10. 14

Alfredo Jaar presents ‘The Sound of Silence’ at Poland’s Center of Contemporary Art

The Sound of Silence, curated by Dobrila Denegrione, is one of the most renown monumental and involving installations realised by Alfredo Jaar, will be the focal point of his first solo exhibition in Poland, at the Centre of Contemporary Art in Torun. Read more below. [caption id="attachment_46856" align="aligncenter" width="700"]more...

21. 10. 14

Alice Yard shares: Marjorie Le Berre: one night action

Artist Marjorie Le Berre, in dialogue with Alice Yard, invites you to view, for one night only, an installation developed from her collaborative investigations at Maracas Bay. Read more below. As suggested by the artist, “Based on the rhythm of the tide and on...

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20. 10. 14

Akademie Schloss Solitude: Call for Applications and Q&A with the Director

The call for applications to undertake a residency at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany is open until October 31, 2014. Read an interview here between Katherine Kennedy - current fellow in the ResSupport programme supported by Res Artis, representing the Fresh Milk Art Platform at the Akademie - and...

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20. 10. 14

The Master Class: Conversation with Kathryn Potts

Once every two months, the new column The Master Class will appear in ARC Magazine, featuring conversations about art education, museums, leadership and arts management for students and emerging art professionals. The following interview, the first of its kind, is a conversation with Kathryn Potts, Helena Rubinstein Chair of Education...

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20. 10. 14

Joiri Minaya: Form(ing) History

Fatigue had made me so aware of my body; the way my toes were curling in my shoes, the rosy hue that was settling into the corners of my face as all other color perspired away, that stutter of the chest when clarity gave way to new routes that may...

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20. 10. 14

Close Distances: The poetics of departure in the work of Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez

Ian Deleón shares his reflections on a performance by Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez at the closing reception of her most recent show ‘Auto Galáctica en el Tercer Espacio’ at Área: lugar de proyectos in Caguas, Puerto Rico. Vázquez Rodríguez used the immersive, multidisciplinary piece to speak about displacement and belonging, specifically...

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20. 10. 14

Ebony G. Patterson – Emerging Queen of 21st Century Pop Art

Ebony G. Patterson, much like Basquiat and Warhol successfully did before her several decades ago, draws from popular culture in her work. It’s the language that comes naturally to her to speak out about universal issues such as sexuality, masculinity, gender, race, class and death. Patterson’s work is aesthetically overwhelmingly stunning...

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