Tag Archive for: contemporary art
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In conversation with Ben Frost on his latest exhibition A Predatory Chord, a sound installation debuting May 27-28 at the Megaron Athens Concert Hall.
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In conversation with Ruggero Pietromarchi, founder of Terraforma, the international music festival dedicated to artistic experimentation and environmental sustainability.
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In conversation with Gaika Tavares, who has established himself as one of the most groundbreaking voices in the contemporary British music and art scene.
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With 169 galleries from 27 countries, the twenty-seventh edition of the fair organised by Fiera Milano intends to strengthen the international presence and consolidate its ties with the main Italian realities.
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A spotlight on Greek artist Diotis Thomas, an artist who is constantly exploring new means of expression, with his output including wildlife, nature, science, anatomy and painting.
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Kurokawa uses computers to create installations and performances in which sound and visual elements are in close connection with each other, seeking the creation of synaesthetic experiences. Considered a pioneer in the field of art generated through the use of new technologies, Ryoichi Kurokawa began his artistic career as a musician, and has maintained over the years a strong interest in the performative act. In addition to creating multimedia installations, in recent years, his interest in natural sciences has led him to establish important collaborations with the international scientific landscape.
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Ukrainian pianist Lubomyr Melnyk created a multifaceted live audiovisual experience with Canadian cellist Julia Kent and Italian media art collective SPIME.IM. It all culminates in a multi-stranded live experience entitled The End Of The World, that focuses on a profound reflection on climate change, an occasion that marks the Barbican's UK debut.
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Reflections on the work of Berlin-based choreographer, performance artist and dancer Florentina Holzinger, who uses dance to comment to investigate the limits and physicality of the female body.
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In conversation with stage director, choreographer and visual artist, Dimitri Papaioannou. the day after his final "INK" performance hosted by Triennale in Milan on 11&12 February.
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The multi-disciplinary artist Charles Jimenez talks about their practices including performance art, filmmaking, and photography in conversation with Alice Lipizzi. Spanning through unscious sides of the brain, they explore the uncanny, painting genderless compositions.
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A spotlight on Damiano Michieletto produced Salome, accompanied by Oscar Wilde’s sensitive text, showcased from 14 to 31 of January at Teatro La Scala in Milan under the direction of Axel Kober and Michael Güttler.
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Anne Imhof’s Avatar II is a new solo show which utilises all 4 floors of London’s Sprueth Magers to create its ambiguous and voyeuristic world.