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Nature and Technology: Digital Landscapes

Dec. 9, 2022

Throughout the history of art, nature has been a constant element, either as a backdrop, as a detail or as a protagonist. The classical view on nature exhibits compositions on canvases that seeked to recreate the harmony and balance of landscapes, gardens and forests through delicate but precise brush strokes. On the other hand, nature… Read more » Continue reading

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5 Artistas de cerámica que están arrasando

Nov. 30, 2022

Con la aparición y el auge de las nuevas herramientas tecnológicas, las prácticas artísticas han ampliado sus fronteras creativas. Numerosos artistas recurren a los renders, la IA o incluso la codificación para dar vida a su arte. Sin embargo, la sobreabundancia de estas herramientas que “nos facilitan la vida” puede tener el efecto contrario en… Read more » Continue reading

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5 Ceramic Artists That Are Killing It

Nov. 30, 2022

With the emergence and rise of new technological tools, artistic practices have expanded their creative frontiers. Numerous artists recur to renders, AI or even coding to bring into existence their art. However, the overabundance of these tools that “make our life easier” can have the opposite effect on some creators. The accessibility of this technological… Read more » Continue reading

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What to read, see listen… and eat by Fátima de Juan, Bieke Buckinx & Hannah Epstein

Nov. 17, 2022

We are diving deep into the imaginary world of Hannah Epstein to find out the songs she knows by heart and her ideal eating scenario, we gathered a selection of tv shows to watch this rainy fall season carefully recommended by Bieke Bunckinx and we found out what Fatima de Juan listens to when she… Read more » Continue reading

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AI: A New Way of Creating Art

Nov. 10, 2022

On October 25th, 2018 an artwork titled Portrait of Edmond Belamy was auctioned for an astonishing $432,500 at Christie’s, signed at the bottom by a formula (min G max D x [log (D(x))] + z [log (1 – D (G(z)))]) claiming that the artist behind the work was not human. This “painting”, if it can be designated as such, was produced… Read more » Continue reading

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Dialogue through art: SpY

Oct. 19, 2022

Through elements that often represent tools that condition human behavior, SpY elaborates his public art installations. His practice has evolved over the course of his career to encompass an increasingly spectacular compilation of large-scale installations and interventions, each more ambitious and impactful than the last.   While maintaining his anonymous identity, SpY captivates viewers while… Read more » Continue reading

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Expo Visit with Lola Zoido: The Garden I Will Never Get to Have

Oct. 6, 2022

“In March 2020, a news story appeared in the press that took just hours to become a meme: Caelie Wilkens, a British woman, had been caring for a plant for two years that turned out to be made of plastic. Wilkens was telling the newspaper that she felt a deep disappointment, that ‘those last two… Read more » Continue reading

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The Collector & Artist Relationship: Ivan Forcadell & Casa de Indias

Sept. 27, 2022

The art of collecting often goes far beyond having a painting or sculpture in a home, some collectors see it as a way of harvesting a relationship with the artist and creating a better understanding and empathy towards their work. When acquiring a work there are numerous factors that come into play, some may make… Read more » Continue reading

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What to read, see and listen to with Tomislav Topic (Quintessenz)

Sept. 19, 2022

Tomislav Topic is a site-specific artist whose colorful installation will be completely transforming the Caleido Space, a new city hub in the business area in Madrid. By installing a 20 meter suspended sculpture, anyone who is in the Spanish capital will be able to visit it.    Born in Hannover, Topic is widely known for… Read more » Continue reading

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Ivan Floro: A tablao with a lot of art

Sept. 16, 2022

A new space with a lot of art has opened its doors in Madrid. A tablao for the bravest and most daring that presents a new look at flamenco, a classic and at the same time transgressive look, with contemporary elements that at the same time respect the flamenco tradition. A tablao 2.0 based on… Read more » Continue reading

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Getting curious: Nano4814

Sept. 8, 2022

Galician artist Nano Abia, more commonly known as Nano4814, has been developing his artistic work since the 90s. His introduction to creative production was thanks to skateboarding and the underground scene in Vigo, where he found a refuge to express himself freely through photography, fanzines and graffiti.   One of the most outstanding projects of… Read more » Continue reading

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Animal Kingdom

Nov. 10, 2020

From wild beasts to cute little kittens today the protagonist is the animal world. The animal as a powerful and energetic being, as a bridge to talk about more complex issues such as politics or used as a humorous resource. Tigers, dogs, wolves, horses and sometimes fantastic creatures occupy the canvas of these five artists,… Read more » Continue reading

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The great wave that comes from the East

Oct. 23, 2020

From the Adriatic to the Black Sea, we take a look at the work of several young artists who are stirring up the contemporary scene and most importantly, they promise to continue doing so in the coming years from the other side of the European continent. Evgen Čopi Gorišek from Slovenia, Alba Miočev in Croatia,… Read more » Continue reading

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