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In Praise of Cy Twombly

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In Praise of Cy Twombly

“It’s like a nervous system. It’s not described, it’s happening. The feeling is going on with the task. The line is the feeling, from a soft thing, a dreamy thing, to something hard, something arid, something lonely, something ending, something beginning.” Born in Lexington, Virginia in ...

35 Years of Collecting with The Smiling Lady Who Once Surprised Warhol – Suzanne Syz

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35 Years of Collecting with The Smiling Lady Who Once Surprised Warhol – Suzanne Syz

ArtAndOnly recently had the pleasure of talking with renowned jewelry designer Suzanne Syz. Known for her unconventional designs, material expertise, technical knowledge and artistry, Syz’s creations are highly sought-after worldwide. In the 1980’s Syz was living in New York City and a member ...

Our journey to Christo’s latest installation in Italy

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Our journey to Christo’s latest installation in Italy

June 13th – ArtBasel opens its doors to the First Choice collectors and Annely Juda of London is the only gallery to exhibit one of the many preparatory works Christo produced for his most recent installation on Lago d’Iseo – the Floating Piers.  Taschen is selling the books in the ...

Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the only models to go in presenting private collections. Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi lead the way with hôtel vagabond.

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Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the only models to go in presenting private collections. Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi lead the way with hôtel vagabond.

In Singapore, art collectors and hotel owners Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi share their private collection, show their commitment to culture and shake up the art and cultural ecosystem through their newly-developed property, hôtel vagabond. Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the ...

Join the conversation around Bertrand Lavier’s work at Art Basel

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Join the conversation around Bertrand Lavier’s work at Art Basel

For over 40 years, renowned artist Bertrand Lavier has been a leading figure in the movement of appropriation and ready-mades. Well-known for covering everyday objects in thick, visible “Van Gogh-brushwork’ the objects often become a painted image of themselves. At Art Basel this year, the ...

Art Basel Profile I: Artist Anne Neukamp

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Art Basel Profile I: Artist Anne Neukamp

Anne Neukamp’s work Passerelle on view at Art Basel 2016 (Represented by Galleria Gregor Podnar) wonderfully combined abstract geometric shapes with objects of everyday décor and consumer products – which often become disappearing fragments beneath layers of oil, acrylic, and tempera. Pulling ...

“A good artist copies, but a great artist steals”

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“A good artist copies, but a great artist steals”

In discussion with Indonesian artist Iskandar Fauzy   Tell me a little bit about yourself. Well, my name is Iskandar Fauzy and I am an acrylic painter. I started painting 7 years ago after working as an interior designer. Through my practice I would say that I search for something I ...

The relationship between sculpture and architecture: A conversation with Pablo Reinoso

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The relationship between sculpture and architecture: A conversation with Pablo Reinoso

The lines between sculpture and architecture have always been blurred. We understand both have a critical responsibility to address the physical space and consider tenets of form, scale and material. Certainly by definition, architecture must also confront some utilitarian duties in addition to ...

Eight captivating works by Maleonn available now

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Eight captivating works by Maleonn available now

ArtAndOnly is pleased to present an incredible series of eight photographs by renowned Chinese artist Maleonn. With his series Where Have All the Flowers Gone?, Shanghai-based artist Maleonn continues to captivate the viewer through formal scenic composition and theatrical juxtaposition of ...

Art Brussel Profile III: Artist Peter Halley’s Metallic Paintings

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Art Brussel Profile III: Artist Peter Halley’s Metallic Paintings

The debut of Peter Halley’s new all-metallic paintings proved quite popular among collectors and gallerists all week. Known as an extraordinary colorist and for consistently challenging the critical relationship and idealization of geometric abstraction, Halley introduced these pearlescent ...

Art Brussels Profile II: Artist Marsha Cottrell’s Spectral Series

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Art Brussels Profile II: Artist Marsha Cottrell’s Spectral Series

Marsha Cottrell’s mesmerizing and intimately scaled Spectral Series with 11R Gallery at Art Brussels was a clear favorite of many. These mostly vector-based lines in impossibly fine detail and staggering repetition result in a “virtual rubble” of dense compositions. Cottrell uses a ...

Art Brussels Profile I: Artist Gao Xingjian

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Art Brussels Profile I: Artist Gao Xingjian

One of the most-talked about artists at Art Brussels this year is Gao Xingjian. Chinese born but left for a life in exile in Paris in 1987, Gao’s neither figurative nor abstract work masterfully plays with light and shadows in a watercolor ink technique that is intentionally non-traditional. ...

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