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Interview with Debbie Han

Interviews

Interview with Debbie Han

Debbie Han, you were born in Korea and emigrated to the US while still a child. You hold a BA in art from the University of California and an MFA from Pratt Institute, and you have been a fruitful artist for a number of years now. Could you maybe tell us, what was for you … read more

Catherine Seiler Interview

Books, Interviews

Catherine Seiler Interview

French author and journalist Catherine Seiler talks to ArtAndOnly about her book Lempereur, a look at the innovative and modern interior designers Hélène and Olivier Lempereur. Catherine, tell us about the book The book is a sort of UFO in the Home Interiors world! It presents an alternative ...

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Atta Kim Interview

Interviews

Atta Kim Interview

Atta Kim is a photographer who explores notions of identity, time, and existence through the lens of Zen Buddhism. Frequently contrasting notions of subjectivity and objectivity, Kim draws influences from a variety of different schools of thought from concepts of Being by German Philosopher Martin ...

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Exclusive Interview with British-Armenian artist Taline

Interviews

Exclusive Interview with British-Armenian artist Taline

Taline Temizian (b.1978, Fresno, USA) is a London-based artist who works with multiple media including paintings, kinetic & light installations, collages, using systems, signs and processes to explore the interplay between personal narrative and cultural history through science, art and poetry. ...

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Art Collecting Today: Market Insights for Everyone Passionate about Art

Books

Art Collecting Today: Market Insights for Everyone Passionate about Art

Art Collecting Today is a must-have for anyone interested in learning more about the intricacies of the art market. Whether seasoned veterans or budding collectors, delving in this book will allow readers to draw a clearer picture of the dynamics and intricacies of this buzzing, seemingly ...

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Niki de Saint Phalle

Books

Niki de Saint Phalle

Published with a retrospective of her work at Guggenheim Bilbao in 2015, is a comprehensive tome on the work of French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle. At the back of the book, interspersed by quotes from de Saint Phalle, is a timeline that provides a good place to start. It details everything ...

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Art Paris 2017

Exhibitions

Art Paris 2017

Playing host to 139 modern and contemporary art galleries, the 19th edition of the Art Paris Art Fair will be held from 30th March to 2nd April 2017 at the Grand Palais. The fair this year puts African art as part of the theme-based approach that the fair takes in its quest to be open … read more

FIRST MONOGRAPH BY PABLO REINOSO

Books

FIRST MONOGRAPH BY PABLO REINOSO

Published by the 5 Continents Editions house, this 280-page work is a collection of the artist’s most important pieces, in addition to never-before-seen archive images. Including texts by Michel Serres, Gérard Wacjman and completed by an interview with Pablo Reinoso by the art critic ...

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Beverley Heath-Hoyland

Interviews

Beverley Heath-Hoyland

Beverley Heath-Hoyland has been running the John Hoyland Estate since the artist’s death in July 2011. The long term partner of the painter, she was described by Hoyland’s friend, the renowned architect Ian Ritchie as providing ‘a rock in his life’. In 2014 Heath-Hoyland announced the ...

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Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

Books

Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

Published in 2015 to coincide with large exhibitions of her work at Ikon, Birmingham and Kunsthalle, Nuremberg, Fiona Banner’s book Scroll Down and Keep Scrolling is a slightly staggering 832 pages long. The book is comprised of photographs from the British artist’s archive, stretching back ...

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ART BOOK REVIEWS – MARCH 2017

Books

ART BOOK REVIEWS – MARCH 2017

Following is a representative sample of recent art books covering a vast array of subjects: from the sculptures of Rodin to the contemporary portraits of Jonas Wood. Yet even in their diversity they speak to some of the same themes. Iggy Pop Life Class and Cindy Sherman: 2016 both examine the ...

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Qiu Jie Interview

Interviews

Qiu Jie Interview

What is your work influenced by? How has your work evolved, and where do you think it will go next? What about the political element? Qiu Jie: I am a romantic, nostalgic and pictorial artist, not a conceptual artist. Firstly, in my pictures, I always search for the beauty of the conversation, ...

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