Artists, Curator's Journal, The Provocation Column

The Aesthetics of chance Joshua Jobb

“To know x=to know (Everything – x)”
René Dumal, Pataphysics and the revelation of laugher

Natural Interventions presents a solo show by Mexican artist Joshua Jobb. His pieces of art works around concepts such as chance, play, accident and the unexpected. His artworks use materials designed for a context that through his intervention suddenly become something else.

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Art History, Events, Museum Highlight, News

A New Museum

A new museum that combines art, science and technology was inaugurated in Sinaloa by Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel

By Sybaris Collection

Mexico is one of the countries with the greatest artistic activity in the world. The construction of 10 art museums in the last 8 years is irrefutable proof of this. And a couple of weeks ago, a new attempt to spread art and culture was announced in Sinaloa with the Materia Museum, inaugurated by Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel with the objective of giving access to international art exhibitions and proposals.

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Art History, Art Techniques, Art Theory, Curator's Journal

How and What We See? Art in the Instagram Age

By Sybaris Collection

If we have always seen through the frames, why are we so afraid of the art seen through social media? As part of a public, but also as a researcher, I’m the kind of person who has mixed feelings on regard the “instagrammable art”: sharing and give some kind of light to exhibitions or artistic projects on Instagram is something I really enjoy.

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