November 2015

Cover Stories

Article date: Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Kimsooja 'To Breathe' in Centre Pompidou Metz - "My work has always been a response to violence and inhumanity"

Visiting an exhibition preview can impede an uninhibited view at the art at hand, but in the event of a large-scale installation that opens to the invitees at a specific time, it can also have a magical shine, as if you enter and explore a shrine together. However, this heightened sense of wonder can only partly explain why I was overwhelmed by a wave of goose flesh, even before I fully set foot in Kimsooja’s latest installation. That is the impact her art can have.

Article date: Monday, November 30, 2015
10 Questions: Toshio Shibata

My personality and temperament are quite average, I think, but I am always aware of the unique world I can create.

Article date: Monday, November 30, 2015
The Power of the Artist - an interview with Alun Williams and Anne Barrault

Upon investigation, the work of Alun Williams can be said to question the phrase: “a rose by any other name…” Rather, it comes closer to Gertrude Stein’s famous sentence: “a rose is a rose is a rose”, by which she meant that using the name of something is enough to call to mind everything that an object or character represents.

Article date: Friday, November 27, 2015
Carmignac Photojournalism Award: A retrospective

The Fondation Carmignac presented last 18th November at the Saatchi Gallery a retrospective exhibition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award, showing for the first time a selection of the awarded projects since its creation in 2009. With the aim of bringing awareness to issues that may have been forgotten or underrepresented in mainstream news media, this award offers an artistic approach to photojournalism and a platform for it to be displayed both in an exhibition space and in a publication.

Lead Stories

Article date: Saturday, November 28, 2015
"I would define good art as art that shakes our comfort zone" - interview with Noah Horowitz, Art Basel Miami In August 2015, North America’s most comprehensive international contemporary art fair - Art Basel - announced the appointment of Noah Horowitz to the new position of Director of The Americas. The news regarding the appointment of the Armory director to take over the leadership of Art Basel Miami, less than six months prior to its next edition, stirred up the already restless art scene. Noah Horowitz talks with Artdependence Magazine about his own preferences in art, the sources for his inspirations, and the art market’s adaptation to change.
Article date: Friday, November 27, 2015
The HUGO BOSS ASIA ART Award 2015 Larys Frogier, Director of the Rockbund Art Museum (RAM), and Marc Le Mat, Managing Director of HUGO BOSS CHINA RETAIL CO. LTD, announced today that Maria Taniguchi has been awarded the HUGO BOSS ASIA ART Award for Emerging Asian Artists 2015.
Article date: Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Swimming with the sirens: Mikhail Karikis talks about SeaWomen Jeju is a blackened island off the coast of Korea, an exotic upsurge of volcanic rock which in 2007 was named a World Heritage Site, thanks to its mysterious geology. It was here Greek/British artist Mikhail Karikis first heard the cry of the haenyeo. “I heard a very high-pitched sound coming from the sea. At first I thought it was a bird call or maybe seals,” he tells me via phone. “I asked my friend to stop the car and I saw a pod of black figures in the water.”
Article date: Thursday, November 12, 2015
Paris Photo 2015 through the lens of Madrid based photographer Alejandro Marote. To be updated.
Article date: Thursday, November 12, 2015
Heimo Zobernig receives 2016 Roswitha Haftmann Prize At its meeting at the end of October, the Board of the Roswitha Haftmann Foundation decided to award the Roswitha Haftmann Prize to Heimo Zobernig in recognition of his sustained and diverse production and compelling body of work. The Austrian artist works in a variety of media including sculpture, painting, video and performance.
Article date: Thursday, November 12, 2015
David Stewart wins The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2015 by restaging his 2008 entry David Stewart has won the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2015 for a group portrait of his daughter and her friends, the National Portrait Gallery has announced. The prestigious £12,000 award was presented to the London-based photographer at an awards ceremony on November, 10.
Article date: Monday, November 9, 2015
174 of the world’s leading galleries and publishers/art book dealers from 34 countries have been selected to participate in the 19th edition of Paris Photo 2015.
Article date: Friday, November 6, 2015
The Fondation Prince Pierre de Monaco announces the winner of the 46th edition of the PIAC 2016 Berlin-based, Italian artist Rosa Barba has been awarded the prize for her work that engages with questions of time like inscriptions in landscapes and language, cutting across history and subject matter. Barba is particularly interested in abstracting the cinematographic medium, pushing it to its limits and possibilities by creating 3D installations involving sculptures and publications.
Article date: Tuesday, November 3, 2015
The 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art has announced its curator, theme and venue On October 26, 2015 Ekaterina Kibovskaya, the commissar of the biennale, presented the curator of the main project for the 5th Moscow Biennale for Young Art, which will take place in Moscow from July 1 to August 10, 2016. He is Nadim Samman, a globally renowned 32-year-old curator from the UK, who is the creator of a host of exhibitions with the participation of leading modern artists in London, Moscow, Berlin, Venice, Zurich and Marrakesh.
Article date: Tuesday, October 13, 2015
‘Losing the Compass’: the social and political dimension of textiles From a contemporary point of view, textiles are a powerful source of political and social symbolism. Textile crafting such as embroiderers, quilts or tapestries are a universal form of creative expression, present in the tradition of many communities around the world. Their nature as decorative and domestic elements and also its link with manufacturing processes makes them objects of artistic and socio-political representation.
Article date: Wednesday, October 7, 2015
3 Signals to the Mermaid: An Inadequate Reading of Costume En Face by Tatsumi Hijikata and/or Moe Yamamoto It is not a book you can read because it was never meant to be read. The publisher describes it as a playscript, but it seems highly unlikely that anyone could use it without supplementary knowledge to produce the piece it purports to script. Costume En Face was meant to be used by its writer, and perhaps by others doing the same kind of work, to take the work deeper. Period. It is an archival object rather than a traditional piece of writing.


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