By Sybaris The world has radically changed. It is not that analogous processes have become digital: social processes have changed. The ways of communicating have changed. And the way of understanding the economy has also changed. We haven’t realized it...Read More
Instructions for interpreting instructions in a work of art
By Regina De Con Cossio Drill a hole in a canvas and put your hand out from behind. Receive your guests in that position. Shake hands and converse with hands. The text belongs to one of the instructions that, in...
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Artivism it isn’t a new concept for art neither for the world. But our times—in the midst of a pandemic, economical and political crisis, and many more—demands to expand our panorama and think beyond the common: if it is not through art, what then?
This Issue reflects about the possibilities for art to impact in reality and achieve real changes in the world. You will find a special infographie with 10 of the most important works on activism art, a dictionary to introduce you to key concepts about artivism, among other exclusive articles.
We are also included our Digital Still Life section, a space for artists to take our pages and spread their creative power. Our Art Value Report is an ultimate guide to buying sculptures and analyzes pieces from 1 to 10 million USD.
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Art Mag is an exclusive magazine on contemporary art for collectors. We review the most interesting art of our times every two months through interviews, opinion articles and lists where we select the best pieces and artists around a current topic.
Through our Art Value Reports, we analyze different pieces and artists, and their behavior in the art market. Our articles relate journalistic research with economic, political, sociological, aesthetic and historical analysis so that our readers not only learn about the most relevant aspects of art but also form an opinion on the most important issues in their context.