Events

Streaming

The religious Warhol – Birthday liturgy streamed live from church tomorrow

The religious Warhol – Birthday liturgy streamed live from church tomorrow

Posted August 5th, 2013

Events, Pop Art, Religion, Streaming

Andy Warhol kept his religious beliefs a secret. The pop artist as a religious man must have seemed like a contradiction to him or at least he was worried that it might have hurt his image, but nonetheless he rarely missed Mass at his church… Read More

Shows

Who is the Curator? The Arty Horror Picture Show

Who is the Curator? The Arty Horror Picture Show

Posted August 2nd, 2013

Contemporary Art, Curators, England, Events, Shows

Every October in the city of Derby in England a mysterious, macabre ‘Art’ event is taking place. No one knows who is the organizer of this terrifying event, the uncanny curator, or what the intention of this event is. The documentary you find below tries… Read More

USA

Doug Aitken's train sculpture will tour the United States

Doug Aitken's train sculpture will tour the United States

Posted August 1st, 2013

Contemporary Art, Events, Sculptures, USA

Artist Doug Aitken recently announced his newest project, Station to Station: A Nomadic Happening that will connect artists, musicians and creative pioneers with diverse communities, pushing art and culture outside of institutional constraints. A public art project made possible by the Levi’s® brand, Station to… Read More

Videos

Cooking meets Art

Cooking meets Art

Posted August 1st, 2013

Events, Food, Videos

See what leading figures from the worlds of cooking cooked up when they came to Tate Britain for a bit of artistic inspiration. In the past, artists have used food as a subject to show off their skills, to signify status and even to make… Read More

Events

Colony – Camping at MoMA

Colony – Camping at MoMA

Posted July 22nd, 2013

Architecture, Contemporary Art, Enviroments, Events

Ragnar Kjartansson is camping in MoMA PS1’s outdoor courtyard and the icelandic shooting star artist is not the only one. Thanks to the outdoor trailers provided by Argentinean architects a77, the project brings together “artists, thinkers, architects, and other cultural agents” to work on their… Read More

Spain

Beyond the Exhibition – New Interfaces for Contemporary Art in Europe

Beyond the Exhibition – New Interfaces for Contemporary Art in Europe

Posted July 10th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Curators, Events, Shows, Spain

Beyond the Exhibition is a broad-ranging project with a mandate to explore new formats of artistic adjuncts. Taken together, it addresses the new cultural habits brought into play by the digital revolution and how they are modifying access to artworks. At LABoral, it embraces an… Read More

Events

Speed Portfolio Viewing

Speed Portfolio Viewing

Posted June 26th, 2013

Art, Berlin, Curators, Events

Bpigs Portfolio Viewing is back. It’s the fourth year of the event that brings together 12 curators from all kinds of backgrounds to review your art. 25 artists’ portfolios will be seen and discussed by curators in 10 sessions of 12 quick minutes. This speedy pace… Read More

Land Art

Earth Day – Artworks That Laid Waste to the Environment

Earth Day – Artworks That Laid Waste to the Environment

Posted April 22nd, 2013

Enviroments, Events, Land Art

Ikono believes that due to changes concerning global warming and globalization, art is becoming more and more important as part of the political discourse, not only to illustrate but also to transfer ecological and environmental awareness. Environmental art can be applied in diverse contexts –… Read More

Videos

On Tour: The Icebook – The first projection mapped pop-up book

On Tour: The Icebook – The first projection mapped pop-up book

Posted April 8th, 2013

Books, Events, Paper Art, Projection Art, Videos

The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show made of paper and light. AAn exquisite experience of fragile paper cutouts and video projections that sweep you right into the heart of a fantasy world. It is an intimate and immersive experience of animation, book art… Read More