Mapping Human Dignity, and Redefining Borders in Contemporary Filmography

, Currently, Ai Weiwei has put up works all around New York City in a multi-location and multi-disciplinary exhibition titled Good Fences Make Good Neighbors that he created by working with Public Art Fund. The interdisciplinary works the artist has made for this occasion aim to make viewers question populist notions on the necessity of barriers, and […]

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 […]

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