Book of the Week, News

Our Editorial Selections 04/1

By Sybaris Collection

Find in our biweekly selection the most interesting books to collect. Research, museum catalogs, artist books, biographies … our editorial selection gives an account of the highlights of the art world to consult at home.

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Art History, Museum Highlight, Trends in Art

10 Prominent Museums to Experience Contemporary Art

By Julio Horta

In the 1940s, Peggy Guggenheim (New York, 1898; Padua, 1979) and Frederick John Kiesler (Austria-Hungary, 1890; New York, 1965) undertook the interactive project for the Guggenheim Gallery, in New York. Based on the De Stijl group’s aesthetic proposal, they built an exhibition space that would focus on the “emotional awareness” of the viewer: in other words, this Gallery would use a series of scenographic devices and montages to split the relationship between artwork and wall.

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Artists

5 moments to meet… Maurizio Cattelan

By Sybaris Collection

Have you ever imagined seeing a fresh banana taped at an art fair that also cost around 120.00 dollars? Maurizio Cattelan made it possible just a few months ago. The Italian artist has turned art into a space for experimentation not without controversy and irony, adhered to with political comments. But what are the interests of one of the most popular references in contemporary art? We review 5 moments to understand his artistic gestures.

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Featured Artist

5 exhibitions to understand the aesthetics of William Kentridge

By Julio Horta

For William Kentridge (Johannesburg, 1955) contemporary art responds to a creative fury:  “excess of creation” where different media, artifacts and images merge to generate new ideas. For the South African artist, this dynamic process allows mixing different representation codes to materialize an exhibition platform beyond the borders of rational control.

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Artists, Events

CONFINEMENTS: Poetic Hotel

By Sybaris Collection

Poetic Hotel is a project that reinvents itself using art as a catalyst. This virtual site where installation, sculpture, photography, painting, literature, performance and Street art coexist uses time as a space of ephemeral creation where everything is possible. Located in Padova, Italy, the physical space is disabled for the public, who can follow what is happening inside only through digital media.

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