At first sight, Serge Marshennikov’s paitings could as well be from the Renaissance. However, his was born in Ufa (Bashkiria, URSS) in 1971. Full of details, his work reflects his passion for female beauty, eroticism and contemporary women seen with deeply classic eyes. Delicate oleo portraits of girls engrossed in their thoughts or lying dormant […]Read more
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Donald Judd was one of the 20th century most important American minimalist artists. Today he’s still considered the leading exponent of the movement and his Specific Objects (1964), the most important theoretical writings. The rooms of the Judd Foundation in New York and Marfa (Texas) preserve his legacy; they are permanent examples of the integration of […]Read more
We would have to teleport to Canada to enjoy the art exhibition Disembodied, created, designed and crafted by Ricky Sosa, the founder of the Revolucionario studio. This time the inspiration comes from the Wixáritari community, one of the most revered indigenous groups in Mexico, with whom he worked closely to these pieces full of spiritualism, […]Read more
Three water tanks with lots of inner life. This is the latest proposal by Chilean artist Iván Navarro called This land is your land, set up at the Madison Square Park in NY.Read more
Ephemera: written and printed materials not produced to be kept. This is essentially what on show at the Gallery98 online gallery dedicated to Keith Haring.Read more
A bathtub, a toilet, a medicine cabinet, a radiator, a fridge and an oven. All real size. These are some of the works of Korean artist Do-Ho Suh.Read more