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Epic Experience of Creation

Do you remember Mathew Barney and his eight-year project Cremaster film cycle (1994-2002), exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in 2003? Do you remember that this epic presentation involved biological, mythological and geological references of sex and the creation of the body called Cremaster, which is a muscle of the male body that regulates testicular contractions [...]

Istanbul Biennial

  The 13th Istanbul Biennial will open on Saturday September 14th and entrance will be free. The organizers had planned to use open urban spaces, but following the anti-government demonstrations in the Taksim Square-Gezi Park area they decided to hold the exhibitions at interior venues. “I believe that by withdrawing from urban public spaces, thus [...]

Reading with Birds

In just under two hours outside of Beijing, monumental high-rise buildings disappear, the sky opens up and farmhouses begin to discern among trees and mountains. Not far from the Great Wall and shaded by chestnut trees, hawthorns and apricots, a modern rectangular-shaped building, minimalist in style, sits at the foothills of the Jiaojie River valley [...]

Parallel Worlds- an experience to transition from the real to the unreal

Before it will move to downtown Manhattan in 2015, the Whitney Museum of American Art has provided an exclusive opportunity to see and experience Robert Irwin’s 1977 installation of “Scrim veil-Black rectangle-Natural Light”. “Irwin’s work offers something profound that cannot be easily and quickly consumed”, says the chief curator Donna De Salvo, “the opportunity to [...]

Does Art Need Time?

by Light-man The issue of time in art is not new.  Contemporary artists tend to be ahead of time. They delve into concepts that have not been dealt with. They want us to see things that we have not seen before. But the contemporary artist from Uruguay, Marcelo Larrosa-Martinatto thinks that art needs time, and [...]

South is North

      Sixty-four years after his death, the work of the Uruguayan artist Joaquin Torres Garcia still reigns the market of South American art. According to a recent report by the Associated Press, his oil painting “T No.1 –Peinture” was the “great star” of the night of the auction of Latin American art by [...]