Interviews

Interview with Lynn Davis - 'It's My Journey, But You Can Go There Too'
Article date: Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Interview with Lynn Davis - 'It's My Journey, But You Can Go There Too'

American photographer Lynn Davis is best known for her large-scale photographs in black and white. She staged her first exhibition at the International Center of Photography in New York City in 1979 alongside Robert Mapplethorpe, a long time friend. After a life changing trip to Greenland in 1986, she shifted her focus towards landscape work and away from the human form.

Roman Lipski  - How Art Meets Artificial Intelligence-AI
Article date: Friday, November 9, 2018

Roman Lipski - How Art Meets Artificial Intelligence-AI

"My project Unfinished is the first true partnership between a painter and artificial intelligence. At the core of the project is a neural network that was fed with my paintings. The system analysed all facets of my art and learned how to generate an infinite number of unique images. The images supplied me with new compositions, perspectives, and themes".

The Aestheticized Interview with  Ezra Wube, Ethiopia
Article date: Monday, November 5, 2018

The Aestheticized Interview with Ezra Wube, Ethiopia

"I believe there is a natural educational aspect of art. Creativity provides plural ways to problem solve. It also establishes curiosity as a quintessential practice that makes us human, the urge to take risks or leap into the unknown and adapt".

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".

The New Art Economy: Interview with Julien Radcliffe, CEO of the Art Loss Register
Article date: Monday, October 29, 2018

The New Art Economy: Interview with Julien Radcliffe, CEO of the Art Loss Register

"The future is the antithesis of art; which should be the improvement of mankind, if it is the subject of and subject to crime. The Art Loss Register has been very active in helping to preserve antiquities in their source countries and to prevent the destruction of art. It is not well known that at least 20% of high value pictures have been stolen, destroyed or badly damaged. Criminals hide them to use in a trial as part of plea bargains and then either pass away or find they are too hot to hold".

The Aestheticized Interview with Regina Hübner
Article date: Monday, October 1, 2018

The Aestheticized Interview with Regina Hübner

"Art comes out from life and its social role is to be part of life. My genome will continue to exist in my two daughters and I believe, that life on earth will never be extinguished. In my heart I hope to be remembered by the emotions I and my artworks gave and hopefully will continue to give. This provokes a sense of immortality and, of course, I would like to be never forgotten. But only being part of universal life, which annihilates the single individual, guarantees a never ending existence. Not easy to accept".

Portraits of Spaces by Candida Höfer
Article date: Thursday, September 27, 2018

Portraits of Spaces by Candida Höfer

“I realised the importance and impact of the surrounding spaces we inhabit, which are built and formed by people for people.”

ArtDependence Swipes Right with Artist Marie Hyld to Discover the Match between Her Process and the Result
Article date: Wednesday, August 29, 2018

ArtDependence Swipes Right with Artist Marie Hyld to Discover the Match between Her Process and the Result

Danish photographer Marie Hyld takes pictures of herself with people she meets on Tinder. Young and attractive men and women around her age.

"I Like When Materials and Shapes React, Speak and Exist." - An Interview with Lucia Bru
Article date: Monday, July 30, 2018

"I Like When Materials and Shapes React, Speak and Exist." - An Interview with Lucia Bru

Sculpture is one of Lucia Bru’s creative activities, where she questions our knowledge and perception of materials such as stone, glass, cement. In the artist's hands, they turn into objects of a deceptive appearance: made from cold and invulnerable matter and turned into unexpectedly delicate, tender, enticing and fragile forms.

Illustrator Jim Kay on Bringing the World of Harry Potter to Life
Article date: Monday, July 23, 2018

Illustrator Jim Kay on Bringing the World of Harry Potter to Life

Fans of the series will be familiar with the illustrated Harry Potter books. Jim Kay is the man behind the images and ArtDependence had the opportunity to catch up with him to find out more about how he brought the series to life in visual images.

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