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The Anti-Museum: Exhibitions to Go

By Sybaris Collection

Between 1935 and 1941, Marcel Duchamp took the museum and the art exhibitions to its more contemporary expression. He took a suitcase to carry on miniatures of some of his most important works so he can exhibit them in any place he went to. Since then, the idea of the museum could change forever but the art institution resisted  and even today museums are still working inside the walls.

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What is human? The relevance of Leonora Carrington at the 59th Venice Biennale of Art

By Sybaris

Leonora Carrington‘s validity in the art world is undeniable. However, to reaffirm its importance, the Venice Biennale of 2022 takes one of its titles, The Milk of Dreams (Il Latte dei Sogni), as the motto of its 59th edition. Curated by Cecilia Alemani, the Venice Biennale has as its central question the metamorphosis of bodies and the definition of the human, a question that has been present in recent times and not only from the world of art, but also from science and technology.

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Art in the Anthropocene: What Can Art Do Against Climate Change?

By Sybaris Collection

In 2015, writers and researches Heather Davis and Etienne Turpin wrote the famous book Art in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environments and Epistemologies in which they proposed to understand the geologic epoch of the Anthropocene from an aesthetic point of view by exploring the relationship between contemporary art and knowledge production in an era of ecological crisis. Six years from it publication, issues around climate change and ecological crisis not only have increased but becomeing even more urgent to talk about.

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Street Ballet by Elizabeth Bick

Streets are almost like huge canvases in which a lot of elements make a great composition. Sound, movements, colors… everything counts when a city create its own image to be identified. It is in the street where photographer Elizabeth Bick found a dance coreography made up by the movements of the people.

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5 Art Collectives for the Turner Prize

By Sybaris Collection

For the first time in the history of the Turner Prize, the contenders for this award are 5 art collectives: there is no single individual artist. The effect of the pandemic is also beginning to affect the awards, which, as in this case, seem to be sensitized by initiatives where a social aspect predominates.Read more

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