Events

YIA-Young International Art Fair #08 in Maastricht, Netherlands

For her first edition in Maastricht, the contemporary international art fair YIA Art Fair will take place at the exhibition venue Gebouw M – Tapijnkazerne, located in the city center only 5 minutes from the famous TEFAF.
From 09 to 13 March, 2017 the 1 000 m2 of exhibition space will host a selection of 28 curatorial projects proposed by excellent international galleries. In parallel, for her cultural Hors Les Murs program YIA Art Fair will invest in the Wiebengahal, annex of the contemporary art museum – Bonnefanten Museum – with a VIP program consisting of guided tours and private events.

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Featured Artist

Futuristic Expression in Glass: Silvio Vigliaturo

Photo Courtesy of Sybaris Collection

Acri-born Silvio Vigliaturo has spent most of his life discovering and recreating the beauty of Piedmont and its people. Although an enduring painter, the discovery of glass as a budding artist opened new doors to experimentation and expression. With the addition of this medium, he was able to expand his awareness of hue and impression.

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From Cotopaxi to Chimborazo, from the Amazon to the Andes, Ecuador is an ode to earth. Navle of the world, it divides the globe into Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Ecuador is a country that has it all: Andean peaks, Amazon rainforest, indigenous markets, colonial towns, sun-drenched beaches- not to mention a rather famous chain of volcanic islands full of fascinating wildlife.

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Events

Zona Maco 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico

Photo Courtesy of Sybaris Collection

Founded by Zélika García in 2002, ZONAMACO has established itself as one of the most notable platforms for selling, displaying, and promoting international contemporary art in the region.

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Art Techniques, Collections

Walking Over Silk

Photo Courtesy of Sybaris Collection

It might be a cliché that the word “carpets” evokes right on Orient, but it’s impossible not to do so. Of unrivaled beauty and cultural richness over centuries are these pieces which more than floor coverings are paintings to walk over.

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Featured Artist

Sky’s the Limit: James Turell

Photo Courtesy of Sybaris Collection

We discovered James Turell’s artwork for the first time in Houston, where his skyspace (Twilight Epiphany, 2012), settled at the Rice University’s campus, left us astonished.  Ever since, we have been chasing his exhibitions.

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