It was not supposed to be a political manifesto. Christine Macel, the artistic director of this year’s Venice Biennale, wanted to celebrate the freedom and creativity of art. [more]
It was the only project by Christo und Jeanne-Claude that extended across both hemispheres of the earth and one of their most spectacular interventions: For “The Umbrellas,” a forest of giant umbrellas opened in both Ibaraki, Japan, and southern California on October 9, 1991. [more]
“I Don’t Care Much About My Opinions Any More”
Sarnath Banerjee on His Project for Deutsche Bank London
A building as a book: For the new Deutsche Bank branch in London, Sarnath Banerjee developed the project “An Encounter with Thomas Browne and other Commonplace Utopia,” a series of illustrated stories that were transferred to wallpaper. [more]
Today Kemang Wa Lehulere is one of South Africa’s most important contemporary artists. But it was not an easy road. [more]
Under the sway of the expressionists, Roberto Burle Marx returned to Rio de Janeiro from Europe in the 1920s. [more]
Roberto Burle Marx was one of the fathers of Brazilian Modernism. What Oscar Niemeyer and Lúcio Costa were for architecture, Burle Marx was for landscaping. [more]
What attracts art fans from all over the world to the SKULPTUR PROJEKTE MÜNSTER is that there is a chance to witness bold aesthetic experiments— such as the project by Koki Tanaka, the Deutsche Bank “Artist of the Year” 2015. [more]
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
ArtMag Interview at Hara Museum Tokyo
"Kemang Wa Lehulere: Bird Song"
Deutsche Bank 'Artist of the Year'
Sarnath Banerjee – A commissioned artwork for Deutsche Bank, London[go to video]
Basim Magdy: The Stars Were Aligned for a Century of New Beginnings[go to video]