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Words Mean Nothing At All…with NARA in New York

The Tokyo-based artist Yoshitomo Nara, who has captivated a large audience with enigmatic sculptures and paintings of large-eyed innocent children with a dark edge for over two decades, shows at Pace in Chelsea, New York, from May 10 to June 29 works on paper and huge bronze heads of children either smiling or with half-closed [...]

Staging Silence

'Staging Silence' is based around abstract, archetypal settings that lingered in the memory of the artist as the common denominator of the many similar public places he has experienced. The video images themselves are both ridiculous and serious, just like the eclectic mix of pictures in our minds. The decision to film in black and [...]

The Node

Murat Pak, director in Ankara, Turkey: "The main creative challenge with this self-initiated project was to create a utopia which looks real but behaves unreal. Simplicity was the main key element for the project. "The main technical challenge was lighting. This is a project which completely depends on the mood and lighting of the scenes. [...]


by the courtesy of Plato Art Space (Plato College of higher education) ilhan koman hulda festival, a journey into art and science exhibition Ayvansaray Caddesi No:33 Balat - Istanbul 22 September - 31 october video and sound design by Candas Sisman commissioned by Plato Art Space (Plato collage of higher education)thanks to :Ilhan Koman, Bager [...]

New Edges at 90

At 90 years old, the celebrated minimalist American painter Ellsworth Kelly explores new possibilities of edges with an exhibition at Mathew Marks Gallery in New York. He is known for his hard edge paintings, but now, they have a surprising swerve.  The show will end on June 29th. Four Panels, oil on canvas four panels, [...]


A wind-borne paper boat wanders across the calm lake waters, finding its way into the hands of a little girl playing on the waters edge. Opening up the paper boat, she sees the picture of a small boy waving at her, as though from the distant shore. She immediately feels a connection with this little [...]

Playing with Duchamp

by C.C. The image of the French artist Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) playing chess clearly reflects a decisive moment in art history. We are familiar with his famous urinal in Fountain (1917) that infuriated many and stirred up discussions and interpretations that changed the course of art history, bringing the focus of art onto its relationship [...]