GEOMETRICAL // 8th December 2014

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Frank Stella was one of the well-established artists represented at Art Basel Miami Beach this past December. Born in the mid thirties, this all-American artist’s popularity hasn’t decreased and 2015 will mark the year of his retrospective exhibition in the US. His body of work includes concentric squares and mazes from the sixties and seventies … Continue reading

SUPERHEROS // 24th November 2014

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To celebrate his first Asian exhibition, Jeff Koons is paying tribute to superheroes and comics book. Widely known for his pop culture influence, Koons went for the 60’s monster comics – Hulk – in his current Hong Kong exhibtion “Hulk Elvis” at the Gagosian gallery, showing machined bronze sculptures and paintings mix of nudes and … Continue reading

BREAKING THE WALL // 10th November 2014

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On November 9th, at night, the Berlin Wall fell down leading the way to the Reunification of Germany. During its nearly 30 years of existence, the Wall was untouchable. The wall is of course a strong historical symbol but also became an artistic monument thanks to the hundreds of artists who came after the fall … Continue reading

BODY AND MIND // 3rd November 2014

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It took twelve people ten days to transform the great entrance hall of Paris’ Palais de Tokyo into 50 meters long maze of accessible translucent passageways reaching a total height of 6 meters. Showing until January 2015, the group exhibition “Inside” allows you to walk through this tape installation as a metaphor for an inside … Continue reading

POSITIVE PROVOCATION // 27th October 2014

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This year the Paris contemporary art fair – FIAC – ended with the Marcel Duchamp award, named after one of the most recognized contemporary artists. The award aims at supporting fresh and French young artists and the 2014 edition went to Julien Prévieux. With his previous work the installation “Forget the Money”, Julien Prévieux presented … Continue reading

BAUHAUS // 6th October 2014

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Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive Museum for Design was identity-less since 1960. While the purpose of the “Bauhaus-Archiv Museum für Gestaltung” is to put all its efforts into preserving the Bauhaus’ identity and traces, the museum never really focused on its own identity. With a growing number of visitors and the opening of a new building in … Continue reading

EASTERN TREASURES // 9th September 2014

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Belgian photographer Jan Kempenaers has immortalized incredible forgotten monuments from the ex-yugoslavia country. Specialized in urban and natural landscapes, with his series “Spomenik” he revealed gigantic sculptures made of concrete, steel or granite. h all images courtesy of JAN KEMPENAER

SELF REFLECTION // 25th August 2014

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Armenian born artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan was discovered at an early age, he started painting at 5 years old with oil painting and went on to do his first exhibition in his hometown at 10 which later traveled to the United States and European countries. Currently based in New York, the artist draws his inspiration from … Continue reading

EXBIOTA // August 11th 2014

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Japanese artist Azuma Makoto collaborated with JP Aerospace to send into the stratosphere a 50 years old Bonzai as well as a sculptural floral bouquet composed from several dozen types of flowers from around the globe. The plant and flowers were sent from the black rock desert in Nevada using an helium balloon and a … Continue reading

STREET FOOD // August 4th 2014

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This restaurant located on Hollywood road in Hong Kong, will make you feel as if you were eating in a Museum. The owner of BIBO is mixing street art and fine French cuisine. On the art side, it is a compilation of the best artists to date such as Banksy, Daniel Arsham, Jeff Koons, Takashi … Continue reading

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