Image credits: Copyright: Giovanni Anselmo Courtesy: the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery Image: Thierry Bal.
Please see here a link to my article for Wall Street International (July) ‘Between a rock and a hard place’, which offers an antidote to social media overload and the inflated sense of the self(ie).
A digression on recent metaphysical sculptural works by the cryptic Arte Povera legend that is Giovanni Anselmo, at Marian Goodman in London.
Source: Between and Rock and a Hard Place – Wall Street International
Delighted with our recent film on Richard Long, the first drone footage ever taken of his work which puts it into a whole new perspective. Houghton is magnificent and special thanks go to all concerned, but especially to Mr. Long for the unprecedented access and to Lorcan for the great vocal.
Not in fact related (directly) to todays election outcomes…
Image: ©Carl Rowe 2017
Delighted to offer a (rather topical) sneak preview of the very limited edition BALLOT boxed set, a collaborative research publication between Created and Contested Territories at Norwich University of the Arts and CIT Crawford College of Art & Design, Cork, Ireland. Cork Printmakers, Print to the People and Limerick School of Art & Design also feature as contributors. ASPEN (The Magazine in a Box) fans eat your hearts out. Thanks to our sponsors and supporters. Also delighted to have been invited to write the introduction for this.
Some musings for WSI on the underground works of Eduardo Paolozzi and Lance Wyman at Bloomberg Space. ‘Strange Meeting’ as the great poet once said…
Source: Art at Velocity – Wall Street International
Please see here a link to my May 2017 article for Wall Street International, Colour Me Bad, which features a rare interview with the author and world-renowned curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev. Carolyn offers an insight into the origins and inspiration for her current magnum opus, L’emozione dei Colori nell’arte, at GAM – Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea and the Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, runs until July 23 2017.
Source: Colour me bad – Wall Street International
It has been a privilege to work with Simon Lee Gallery to present Hans-Peter Feldmann at EAST Gallery, NUA. Hans-Peter is an enigmatic figure and ‘Art Exhibition’ reveals a typically deadpan title which implies amateurism but equally indicts professionalism and mystification in the arts. German-born Feldmann has exhibited in major art venues worldwide and is one of the key figures of post-conceptual art. In 2009 Hans-Peter’s work was a highlight of Making Worlds, the 53rd Biennale di Venezia and in 2010 he was awarded the prestigious Hugo Boss Art Prize.
Hans-Peter is best known for his appropriation of objects and for making material interventions that are acerbic and insightful. Feldmann clowns around with copies of old master paintings, augmenting them with feature red noses, and versions of celebrated sculptures are chromatically revised in lurid pastiche. Michaelangelo’s David, which features in the show, being one notable example.
Exhibition open: Saturday 6 May- Saturday 22 July 2017
Open Tuesday to Saturday 12 noon- 5pm. Closed Sunday and Monday
Got a few spare quid/bucks/euro/Bitcoin? Not sure how to balance Harvard Business Review’s expert market analysis, art futures predictions, auction data and your unreasonable passion for abstraction? In this brief article I take a biopsy of the various ‘organs’ of the body corporate and offer a view on where things might be headed. Caveat Emptor as always of course!
Source: Art money, smart money – Wall Street International