Liz Xi’s blog by different curators, writers and artists is a growing platform gathering collateral content and images.
The story of Pop we have been told so far is that this was an art movement which emerged in the 50s in Britain and exploded few years later in the US. Its Anglo-Saxon spirit was canonised by the first attempts to define the movement, notoriously by Lucy Lippard’s...
Dubossarsky and Vinogradov In the middle of 1990-s, amid the ruins of the Soviet system, pepped up by the breeze of unlimited freedom, two men set out to build up a New Russian Paradise. Two decades later they ascended to the Olympus of the most expensive living...
Anatoly Osmolovsky If there had to be chosen a work of art which now, a century after ‘Black Square’ by Malevich, would represent the avant-garde of Russian contemporary art, ‘Bread Series’ by Anatoly Osmolovsky could be the one. Hand painted ‘Black Square’, when...
Limit of Bearable Lately our eyes have been trained by mass media to become immune to the images of pain, violence, victims of terror and refugee crisis, corpses of children included. Daily portion of suffering is served for breakfast by a morning postman and is...
We wish you the best of luck @NationalGallery! #SaveOrazio @artfund https://t.co/nha2zztV0O
The @NationalGallery has launched its appeal to save Orazio Gentileschi’s The Finding of Moses
They're looking to raise the last £2 million they need to buy the painting and keep it on public display for everyone to enjoy.
Can you help #SaveOrazio?
The 'Stronger Demand for Contemporary Art' report by @artpricedotcom: https://t.co/Y4w0Ak5vkr
Contemporary Art prices posted an increase of 40%.
The Artprice100© index posted a growth of 16% in H1 2019. Supply is decreasing: collectors do not want to sell their prized artworks.