Anna Maliarevych

Anna Maliarevych, Ukraine (editor-in-chief)
Anna is in charge of creating editorial boards, overseeing and editing publications, as well as in business development of the project. She interviews the artists and representatives of art market. Anna holds Master's Degree in international management and specializes in marketing communications with background in advertising, photography, television, fashion, luxury retail and real-estate. She was a co-founder of The School of Modern Photography in 2009, Kyiv, which made a significant contribution to the development of art education in Ukraine.

Articles (7)

Interview with Dr. Cyrus Abbasian:  Unveiling the Unconsciousness of Art
Article date: Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Interview with Dr. Cyrus Abbasian: Unveiling the Unconsciousness of Art

"As a psychiatrist I cannot help but analyse what emotions, feelings and thoughts the artist was having or is conveying through their art. Empathy is a crucial skill for all psychiatrists and I try to understand and empathise with the artist through their art".

Street Art to the Gallery: Interview with Revolue (Antipop), Brazil
Article date: Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Street Art to the Gallery: Interview with Revolue (Antipop), Brazil

"Graffiti is something to have fun with, but it also has a serious message. That’s why I don’t consider myself a graffiti artist anymore. For me, real graffiti artists are on the streets every day, tagging all around, sending messages...I like to observe, to hang with street artists. I truly respect them. My main goal is always to make people think - think about themselves, think about the city with a funny or sarcastic taste. In the end, its art, and for me, art is all about happiness".

Helen Pheby, Head of Curatorial Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park about Public Art and Sculpture Society
Article date: Thursday, May 30, 2019

Helen Pheby, Head of Curatorial Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park about Public Art and Sculpture Society

"The relationship between Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s location and identity is absolutely fundamental. The physical landscape we curate and the backdrop of industrial towns and rolling hills determines aesthetic decisions about the location of sculptures as well as providing inspiration for artists to develop new work".

Interview with Iris Kivisalu, Porcelain China: Stillness, Movement, Imperfection
Article date: Monday, May 27, 2019

Interview with Iris Kivisalu, Porcelain China: Stillness, Movement, Imperfection

"By standardized beauty I mean the fact that nowadays you mostly have to lay all on the table, on videos, billboards, photos… Everything has to have a fast effect, eye catching moments to reach your primary sexual instincts because everything is about selling something to someone. The easiest way to do that is to bring different female body parts to the game. ...I think that my main goal has been to try to make the viewer feel the beauty instead of actually seeing it in a way".

Eastern Zen and Dutch Pragmatism Inform Innovative Designs by Hiroki Matsuura, CEO of MADMA urbanism+landscape and Founding Partner at MASA Architects
Article date: Thursday, December 27, 2018

Eastern Zen and Dutch Pragmatism Inform Innovative Designs by Hiroki Matsuura, CEO of MADMA urbanism+landscape and Founding Partner at MASA Architects

"The magnificence of aesthetics seems related to the anonymity of the design. Our office is located in Rotterdam by the harbor. I hardly see the fingerprints of personal design intentions in my view; instead I see beautiful harbor landscapes. My intention in design is to create something that appears as if it already existed there before our personal design intervention."

Recipes for Art Books of Julius Wiedemann, Senior Editor for Design and Pop Culture at Taschen Publishing House
Article date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Recipes for Art Books of Julius Wiedemann, Senior Editor for Design and Pop Culture at Taschen Publishing House

“Art exists because simply living is not enough. Taschen books are a display of the expansion of what is generally considered to be art. Art can be much more than simply a painting or a sculpture. Art is in food, and illustration, in tattoo and interior design, in architecture, and so on and so forth".

Preserving the Cultural Heritage of the World: Interview with Maurizio Tuccio, CEO of Piql Italy
Article date: Monday, October 15, 2018

Preserving the Cultural Heritage of the World: Interview with Maurizio Tuccio, CEO of Piql Italy

To celebrate 2018 as the European Year of Cultural Heritage, Piql will preserve the top ten European cultural relics in the Arctic World Archive, for the following 500 years.  These relics will join existing treasures such as digitised manuscripts from the Vatican Library and Edvard Munch’s The Scream.

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