• Size Matters

    Size Matters

    Does size matter? Miniatures have a power of their own, they force us to pay attention, to look closely at the details, to find meaning in the way they are displayed, to take in the [...]

  • Girl power

    Girl power

    We often like to discover artists and artworks that are beyond the ordinary. This time we found in New York a powerful all-female ensemble of art that breaks boundaries. “Attached” is an unusual exploration of [...]

  • Thou Shall Not Forget

    Thou Shall Not Forget

    Painters who depict an epic moment in history are driven by the same impulse as history writers: to stop forgetfulness. Their names might not be well known outside their own country, their personal lives might not [...]

  • Debris of Light – When photography becomes a field of demolition

    Debris of Light – When photography becomes a field of demolition

    by Jairo Dueñas   The hands of a philosopher trying to capture time frozen in an old family photograph can turn it into an excavation site. This is the work of the Colombian artist Andres [...]

  • Quietly Radical

    Quietly Radical

    Every two years art lovers all over the world pay attention to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and expect to see a most radical, shocking, daring and controversial exhibition in the [...]

  • Sardines: the Magical Silhouette

    Sardines: the Magical Silhouette

    Imagination has no limits, when one is confined to the shape of a sardine. In Lisbon, sardine symbolizes love and June is the month for one of Portugal’s main cultural events, the Sardine Festival. The [...]

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Size Matters

September 13th, 2019|Comments Off on Size Matters

Does size matter? Miniatures have a power of their own, they force us to pay attention, to look closely at the details, to find meaning in the way they are displayed, to take in the [...]

Girl power

August 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Girl power

We often like to discover artists and artworks that are beyond the ordinary. This time we found in New York a powerful all-female ensemble of art that breaks boundaries. “Attached” is an unusual exploration of [...]

Thou Shall Not Forget

August 5th, 2019|Comments Off on Thou Shall Not Forget

Painters who depict an epic moment in history are driven by the same impulse as history writers: to stop forgetfulness. Their names might not be well known outside their own country, their personal lives might not [...]

Debris of Light – When photography becomes a field of demolition

July 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Debris of Light – When photography becomes a field of demolition

by Jairo Dueñas   The hands of a philosopher trying to capture time frozen in an old family photograph can turn it into an excavation site. This is the work of the Colombian artist Andres [...]

Quietly Radical

July 3rd, 2019|Comments Off on Quietly Radical

Every two years art lovers all over the world pay attention to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and expect to see a most radical, shocking, daring and controversial exhibition in the [...]

Sardines: the Magical Silhouette

June 20th, 2019|Comments Off on Sardines: the Magical Silhouette

Imagination has no limits, when one is confined to the shape of a sardine. In Lisbon, sardine symbolizes love and June is the month for one of Portugal’s main cultural events, the Sardine Festival. The [...]

A Social Revolution

June 8th, 2019|Comments Off on A Social Revolution

Abstract Expressionism, which in the 50s revolutionized painting and veered art towards a new direction of experimentation and individual freedom, now strikes again with new impact at the Tampa Museum of Art in Florida, United [...]

Antunes at Venice’s Biennal 2019

May 20th, 2019|Comments Off on Antunes at Venice’s Biennal 2019

Every two years, art shakes up the world with La Biennale Di Venezia . In this year’s international art event, the 58th version, Portugal has brought one of its most representative artists Leonor Antunes with [...]

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Debris of Light – When photography becomes a field of demolition

July 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Debris of Light – When photography becomes a field of demolition

by Jairo Dueñas   The hands of a philosopher trying to capture time frozen in an old family photograph can turn it into an excavation site. This is the work of the Colombian artist Andres [...]

Quietly Radical

July 3rd, 2019|Comments Off on Quietly Radical

Every two years art lovers all over the world pay attention to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and expect to see a most radical, shocking, daring and controversial exhibition in the [...]

A Social Revolution

June 8th, 2019|Comments Off on A Social Revolution

Abstract Expressionism, which in the 50s revolutionized painting and veered art towards a new direction of experimentation and individual freedom, now strikes again with new impact at the Tampa Museum of Art in Florida, United [...]

Surrounded Islands

January 10th, 2019|Comments Off on Surrounded Islands

A city gains its reputation rightfully or erroneously, but to change that perception in people’s hearts, it needs a good idea. A great idea. A monumental idea. Miami is known for many things, a retirement [...]

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Girl power

August 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Girl power

We often like to discover artists and artworks that are beyond the ordinary. This time we found in New York a powerful all-female ensemble of art that breaks boundaries. “Attached” is an unusual exploration of [...]

International Public Art Made Every Ten Years in Germany

August 12th, 2017|Comments Off on International Public Art Made Every Ten Years in Germany

The Skulptur Projekte Münster (SPM) has launched its fifth edition with 35 new productions of public art from 19 countries, ranging from sculptures to performances throughout the entire German city of Münster. The event will [...]

The Art Market: Economics Applied to Art

July 31st, 2017|Comments Off on The Art Market: Economics Applied to Art

by Jane Korinek   Art Basel brings together the largest group of galleries, collectors and investors every year.  But who is buying?  What is selling?  And how has the art market evolved? Art Basel has [...]

Colombian Artists, United to Save the Earth

January 26th, 2017|Comments Off on Colombian Artists, United to Save the Earth

Madre Tierra Amotinada (Mother Earth Mutiny) is born thanks to the observation of human actions against the earth, but it is also a project that aspires to connect all forms of creation in favor of [...]

Have You Seen Everything?

January 12th, 2017|Comments Off on Have You Seen Everything?

Maybe three days are too short? Art Basel Miami 2016 is the prestigious must-see event but what about over 20 satellite fairs that are scattered all over the city? How to see in such a [...]

Diane Arbus, Seven Years Making a Difference

November 18th, 2016|Comments Off on Diane Arbus, Seven Years Making a Difference

In New York we saw a unique show of one of the most important American photographers Diane Arbus (1923-1971) at the Met Breuer, a space newly acquired by the Metropolitan Museum to showcase contemporary art. [...]

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Thou Shall Not Forget

Painters who depict an epic moment in history are driven by the same impulse as history writers: to stop forgetfulness. Their names might not be well known outside their own country, [...]

Sardines: the Magical Silhouette

Imagination has no limits, when one is confined to the shape of a sardine. In Lisbon, sardine symbolizes love and June is the month for one of Portugal’s main cultural [...]

Antunes at Venice’s Biennal 2019

Every two years, art shakes up the world with La Biennale Di Venezia . In this year’s international art event, the 58th version, Portugal has brought one of its most [...]

Dancing in the Rain

Art can be fun. It can make you laugh, run for cover, be amazed, play like a child. And forget to ask where does art start and why bother with [...]

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Size Matters

There Will Be Light

Experience Zero Gravity

Staging Silence

On the Edge

"If art is about aesthetics and perception (seeing) and knowing in action…Can we continue the dialogue for art to be limited to the equal of making?"
- Robert Irwin

Art like life should be free, since both are experimental.
- George Santayana

"Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it. "
- Robert Motherwell

"Don't love yourself in art, love the art within you"
- Stellar Adler

"Art is not only a form of action, it is a form of social action. For art is a type of communication, and when it enters the environment, it produces its effects just as any other form of action does. "
- Mark Rothko

"When a thing is seen through the consciousness of temporality, it is changed into something that is nothing. This all-engulfing sense provides the mental ground for the object, so that it ceases being a mere object and becomes art. “
- Robert Smithson