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3 works to meet… Marina Abramović

By Sybaris Collection

Marina Abramović is one of the benchmarks of performance. During the early 1970s, she made some of the riskiest pieces of art, where she exposed her body to the limit. Today she is one of the best-known artists. After presenting some of the most innovative and critical works with society, in recent years she has made collaborations with the world of fashion (Gucci) and the entertainment (Lady Gaga) that has left her not a few detractors. Be that as it may, we present here a selection of her most representative works.

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Art is everywhere

By Camila Durán

One of the reasons that contemporary art is difficult to define is because it engages in an open dialogue with everyday life situations. As Boris Groys has explained in his texts, contemporary art is alive because it flees from museums. When art join museums, a double process begins. On the one hand, it adheres to the tradition of art. It is part of everything we call “ART”. But on the other hand, a part of its life vanishes.

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5 works to meet Cai Guo-Qiang

By Sybaris Collection

Based in New York, the Chinese artist merges video with draw, sculpture, art-installation and fireworks. Yes, fireworks! For some art critics, Cai Guo-Qiang is not only one of China’s most prominent contemporary artists, but one of the leaders of art today for using materials in unexpected ways. His fireworks installations use gunpowder to create amazing visual effects without harming nature. Here we select 5 of his most important pieces of art.

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Interview with Mario García Torres

By Andrea Cuevas

Museo Jumex is presenting an experimental project which seeks to explore the role of the museum and art institutions in the midst of a global crisis. While the museum is closed due to the Coronavirus quarantine, Mexican artist Mario García Torres occupies one of the museum’s galleries as his private studio to produce a series of paintings. The public is able to see Mario’s process through a daily streaming available at the museum’s web page, and some video interviews are taking place as part of the public program of the exhibition. The outcomes of this creative process will be part of an exhibition for only one visitor.

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