.Thekla Papadopoulou is an artist currently living, practicing, and teaching art in Cyprus. She was one of the three artists included in the exhibition Sender/Recipient at the Cyprus House in New York. Thekla works on the boundaries of painting, exploring the medium as well as the concepts her works address including natural landscape and […]
Tom Wesselmann: Standing Still Lifes opened to the public on January 18th, at Gagosian Gallery’s 24th street location, and it is undoubtedly worth a visit…or two. For the first time in the artist’s exhibition history, Tom Wesselmann’s series of works created between 1967 and 1981 are shown in a single show and a single location. The […]
This summer I visited documenta 14 in Athens. It was the first year this influential art fair extended beyond the boundaries of Kassel to include Greece. I felt especially lucky that it coincided my first trip back since I moved to New York. The famous quinquennial art fair this year, regardless of how highly anticipated […]
Einstein’s theory of relativity presented time as existing in a four-dimensional structure together with space. 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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