Interviews

Great Expectations: An Interview with Bridget Donahue
Article date: Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Great Expectations: An Interview with Bridget Donahue

From the moment she introduces herself, Bridget Donahue is genuine and unguarded. Her manner is a stir of warmth, directness and acuity - she is the confidant you would call for honest advice. When an aspiring artist unexpectedly stops by the gallery to meet her, they readily ease into an amiable exchange.

Statelessness, Collapse and Transformation in Richard Stone’s Work – An Interview with the Artist
Article date: Saturday, April 21, 2018

Statelessness, Collapse and Transformation in Richard Stone’s Work – An Interview with the Artist

Richard Stone is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice transcends both painting and sculpture and has also included installation and performance. He works between London and Pietrasanta, the centuries old home of Italian marble carving, where it is believed that Michelangelo travelled from Florence to buy the marble for David.

The Spaces in Between: An Interview with Silvia Bächli
Article date: Monday, April 16, 2018

The Spaces in Between: An Interview with Silvia Bächli

When the Barbier-Mueller Museum offered Swiss artist Silvia Bächli the opportunity to curate its next exhibition, she conceived of the experience as a creative occasion for dialogue between the museum’s artifacts and her drawings.

Intention & Ephemerality: An Interview with Bradley Eros
Article date: Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Intention & Ephemerality: An Interview with Bradley Eros

Spend five minutes speaking with Eros and you are convinced that he is one of those rare individuals, so consummately creative and interested in the farthest reaches of the arts, it is nearly impossible to imagine him as anything other than an artist. Working in film, video, collage and performance, Eros has created a name for himself as a boundary-breaker across mediums since the 1980s.

"I like art that makes you think." An Interview with Semеn Kantor, Director of Museum of Odessa Modern Art
Article date: Sunday, April 1, 2018

"I like art that makes you think." An Interview with Semеn Kantor, Director of Museum of Odessa Modern Art

The Museum of Odessa Modern Art sets a goal to preserve artefacts of Odessa non-official art from the last decades of the Soviet power as well as new Odessa art during its origin and development stages in modern Ukraine.

The New Art Economy – Art Paris Art Fair
Article date: Friday, March 30, 2018

The New Art Economy – Art Paris Art Fair

"My name is Guillaume Piens and I am the director of Art Paris Art Fair, a modern and contemporary spring art fair that will be taking place at the Grand Palais in Paris from April 5th – 8th. Art has always been a part of my life..."

England’s Museums and Brexit: The Mendoza Review
Article date: Wednesday, March 21, 2018

England’s Museums and Brexit: The Mendoza Review

The UK is pressing ahead with Brexit, steadying itself for the impact of a rapid and radical shift in international relationships across all industries. Ahead of the change, the UK Government commissioned an independent review of museums in England.

Introduction of VR at The Zabludowicz Collection - An Interview with Maitreyi Maheshwari
Article date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Introduction of VR at The Zabludowicz Collection - An Interview with Maitreyi Maheshwari

Known for its innovative approach and for championing new movements in art (as well as being very supportive of young talent) The Zabludowicz Collection in London is set to present Virtual Reality (VR) works in a dedicated environment named 360: Virtual Reality Room, which will be open throughout 2018.

A Fair as a Service to Collectors and Galleries – An Interview with Nicole Berry, Executive Director of The Armory Show
Article date: Tuesday, March 13, 2018

A Fair as a Service to Collectors and Galleries – An Interview with Nicole Berry, Executive Director of The Armory Show

Nicole Berry: The Armory Show is New York’s Art Fair. Founded in 1994 in New York City, 24 years later it is the most widely attended art fair in New York City and second only to Art Basel Miami Beach as the most attended art fair in North America.

Malevich as a Professor of the Kiev Bauhaus
Article date: Monday, March 12, 2018

Malevich as a Professor of the Kiev Bauhaus

We all know Kazimir Malevich as an artist, art theorist and philosopher. But we don’t know so much about him as a teacher or even professor. Yet, surprisingly, this was his main activity for at least 12 years. In the numerous research articles and papers on Malevich, you’re unlikely to find one on his pedagogical oeuvre.

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