Meet the (Greek) Artist: Alexandros Vasmoulakis

Living and working in the art field for a number of years now, it has become apparent that there is a gap in awareness around the vibrant and bustling contemporary Greek art scene. So, in the aftermath of Documenta 14, Athens, I would like to create a series of profiles on modern and contemporary Greek […]

How to Start an Art Collection on a Budget

With current events being as they are, the importance of art in society and our daily life has become ever more apparent. It is essential to know one thing: collecting and supporting the arts is not reserved only for the wealthy. In fact, one look at our fairly recent past will demonstrate how art flourished […]

Timelines: They aren't quite Lines

Einstein’s theory of relativity presented time as existing in a four-dimensional structure together with space.[1] Time, now freed from the idea of a line that progressively connects point a to point b,  presents an opportunity to re-think the terms we use to characterize its passing. Now, imagine this applied art history. Traditionally, the field has dealt […]

A Multisensory Experience at the Opening of the Onassis Foundation’s Festival, Fall 2015

In early October, 2015 New York’s Onassis Foundation hosted a festival in its newly renovated Atrium and gallery to mark the reopening of its Cultural Center. The festival, entitled Narcissus Now: the Myth Reimagined, consisted of an unforgettable opening ceremony and art exhibition, followed by several talks and lectures by renowned scholars and professionals in […]

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