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For the past fifteen years, the work of Dannielle Tegeder (NY, 1971) has explored abstraction. While the core of her work is paintings and drawings, he have recently begun to include large-scale installation, sculptural objects, video, sound, and animation. “The problem of the “death of painting” is central to my work. I identify as a painter, even though I work in sculpture, animation, sound, and installation”. This is how Dannielle Tegeder began an interview for the famous BOMB Magazine.

Omar Rodríguez-Graham (Mexico City, 1978) is an ongoing exploration of painting’s inherent language in order to find a visual spot between abstraction and figurative. Popular and common images are the starting point of his process from which he left some traces of the original one to then create a mixed composition. Together these marks construct a figure that acts not as a replacement of the initial figuration, but as a memory. READ MORE
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Saif Senussi Azzuz (b. 1987) is a Libyan-Yurok artist who resides in Pacifica, CA. Working on canvas and paper with a variety of materials, and on recovered wood slabs, Azzuz uses a series of personal gestural marks and an iconography derived from the traditions and native land of his peoples. His work reflects the resilience of Indigenous cultures and the importance of a connection with the land, while simultaneously confronting the history of colonialism and Manifest Destiny. READ MORE.

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by Regina de Con Cossío

We are the threshold of 2022 and contemporary art continues to surprise us. Unstable and flexible, art today more than ever is a question about what happens around us.

As we interact with an Artwork we are frequently left with the question, is that art at all? In a way, that is something to celebrate from contemporary art for its ambiguity is also an invitation to think.

There is nothing we shall take for granted nor when speaking about beauty, neither when considering value.

The masterpiece reveals. Among the many paths to activate the conversation, we invite you to think around the idea of “construction” . How does the piece _or the artist_constructs the discourse? How is the narrative articulated? What sort of materiality is it used at all to reach the purpose? Is it through colours, figures, compositions?

Artist: Guillermo Daghero
Artwork: "Ensayos"
(18 map series)
Fragments of 1932-33 Argentinian territories intervened.
Acrylic on paper
58 x 41 cm
Year: 2021

Guillermo Daghero (b. Cordoba, Argentina 1967) is an artist, poet and art curator. Most of his work is based on the intersection between arts and literature, producing pieces in the form of poetic collages, posters, objects, daguerreotypes among others. In the 90´s and 2000´s he was part of the post-mail and mail art movement. In 2016, Daghero launched "Clinica I poesía", and open space for exploring specific ideas related with the artistic practice.

Artist: Manuel Molina
Artwork: "Horizonte"
From the "Cielo de día" series
Acrylic on paper
70x70 cm
Year: 2021

"What does our sky tell us? The sky is the oldest image of all. Mankind once began to imagine other floating worlds on this natural vault.
The constellations of stars that shine in the night sky spoke to the ancients about their wars, their ancestors and their divinities. Aeronautical technology not only
it fulfilled the human dream of flying with the birds, but it also turned the elusive celestial sky into a stratified territory, full of high-altitude routes. If, as Marx said, "everything solid vanishes into air", today the aerial tracing expresses the industriousness of this interconnected anthill that we are. The contemporary sky by day speaks to us like oil painting: in layers. The pandemic flew globally by plane and turned airports into epicenters of contagion. Between March and May 2020, as a result of the quarantine and digitalization, the world sky resembled the skies without airplanes that could be seen until the 19th century. "Manuel Molina, 2021.

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Samuel Nicolle
Artwork: "Ravioli 1"
High temperature glazed ceramic
21x21x4 cm
Year: 2021

Samuel Nicolle (b. 1992 Paria, France) works from queer practices through sculptures, performances, costumes, songs, recipes and fanzines to generate situations where each of these elements unfolds into another in order to explore the possibility of being image, be object. He tries to construct affective sculptures, narrative objects and sensual surfaces from a perspective of emotional architecture and fictional minimalism.
Nicolle explores LBGTQ + history and genealogy, the 1970s, and pop music. His work displays interior ecosystems drenched in traces of human presence.

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Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

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Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

If your collection is Pop you may like this…

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

If you are into Conceptual art…

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

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Currently on view

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

Artist: Danielle Tegeder
Artwork: "Untitled"
Work on paper
113 × 153 cm
Year: 2021

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.

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