At some stage during this year’s edition of Art Basel I overheard the opinion that the art fairs are a vanity project. This is when I began to contemplate what the art fair really is. Is it a celebration of art; a place where artists are promoted?
The sun in the blue sky shining high above us and narrow streets bathed in sunlight or hidden in deep shadows. The city is vibrant on the one hand, but on the other, it dies out, people born there emigrate and islands disappear giving in to water…
A Contemporary Lynx’s subjective guide following the tracks of Polish artists in Venice. We have prepared a lot of information and coverages directly from Venice for these who will visit to…
The Nakeds, Drawing Room, London, 25 September 2014 – 29 November 2014
Every single year, a small Swiss city, located where the German and French borders meet, attracts the leading gallerists, collectors, art enthusiasts and representatives of both public and private artistic organizations.
Until 23rd May, The Gallery of Polish Institute in Düsseldorf holds an exhibition of works by prominent Polish avant-garde artists.
Exhibitions are like invitations on a journey. This could be an interior journey, discovering an idea, a form of artistic expression or aesthetic, but it could also be a geographical journey to a new world – wrote Michel Samuel.
Contemporary Lynx had the pleasure to talk to Timothy Persons – the curator of the exhibition entitled Everybody is Nobody for Somebody.
“Ideal austariert, organisch abstrakt – polnische Avantgarde”,
The exhibition presents a selection of works from the outstanding private collection of Dr. Werner Jerke
“THE NIGHT OF THE GREAT SEASON”
Artists: Bruno Schulz, Tadeusz Kantor, Erna Rosenstein, Alina Szapocznikow, Agnieszka Polska, Jakub Julian Ziółkowski and Tomasz Kowalski
Alina Szapocznikow in Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The end of the year approaches inevitably, therefore all prepare summaries, reports, and wonders about the past highlights