Art or Not? Do you ever get the feeling when you enter a gallery, that you just don't get it? Sometimes it seems that the art world is a big ruse, making the most of that fear of the equivocal. Every week, we invite you to turn your ironic eye on art and identify the accidental imposter of the two images below—you might be surprised.
This week, abstract stains: which of the below is a work by a world famous artist?
...one of the pioneers of the post-Abstraction-Creation movement i... [more]
The summer session of the Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency is now accepting applications. All applications must by submitted by Friday, April 3rd at Midnight Pacific Time. To apply, click on enter Residency to the right of your ArtSlant Profile.The Summer 2015 residency will take place July 1st - August 31st, 2015. It includes a monthly stipend of $1000 USD and airfare to and from Paris. The residency takes place in Le Marais neighborhood of Paris. Studio space is not provide... [more]
Jack Kerouac wrote in the introduction of Robert Frank’s paradigm-shattering book ‘The Americans’ that Frank sucked a sad poem right out of America onto film; if this is true then I would argue that Garry Winogrand pulled, cajoled and yes, sucked a sad epic poem right out of America with the excess of a film-junkie. This sadness is not only evident in many of his pictures but it also belies his ebullient, brash and often abrasive public image. The full 1977 video recording fro... [more]
Ebullient, cantankerous, evasive, dogmatic, confrontational, a walking contradiction; Garry Winogrand was all of this and more, that’s if I believe the reviews, essays and YouTube videos. The photographer’s public persona was not an easy one to try to engage with if you were a student, interviewer or even a friend. I guess if I met him I would, after the inevitable short confrontational encounter, ask him to get the hell out of the room but I would ask him to leave his pictures behind.... [more]
We're huge Ólafur Eliasson fans at ArtSlant. His sensitivity to site-specificity and deft hand at magical transformation through the merging of science and art is unique to say the least. Eliasson was tapped by the Louis Vuitton Foundation and their curatorial team lead by Suzanne Pagé to inaugurate Paris' newest museum designed by starchitect, Frank Gehry.
Eliasson's installation Inside the Horizon—a series of mirrored, yellow columns—will also be permanently fe... [more]
The resident for the Summer 2014 term will be announced in early May with shortlisted applicants to be announced in mid-April. We are also very pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Residency Unlimited (RU). Future sessions of the Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency will include a series of studio visits with prominent arts professionals, gallerists, and academics organized by RU. These visits will foster both a network for the Georgia Fee Resident as well as providing... [more]
An Out Of Sight (But Not Out Of Mind) Conversation Between Olivier Millagou and Gabriela Jauregui.
Gabriela Jauregui: First off, could you tell me more about exhibition title? There is a nice play on words: Out Of Sight can mean that which is, literally, hidden from sight—in this case the darker side of the sunny Beach Boys legacy, and the darkness of the gallery space itself—and it can also mean out of sight as in something amazing, surprising, unbelievable, which can be ‘seen&rsquo... [more]
The Summer 2014 Georgia Fee Residency is now accepting submissions. The residency is open to all artists and arts writers from around the world who would find it advantageous to their current projects and career trajectory to partake in a two month residency in Paris. The Summer 2014 residency will take place July, 2014 - August, 2014. The Georgia Fee Artist in Residence will receive two months of lodging in an apartment in the 14th arrondissement, travel to and from Paris a... [more]
Let us say once again, after a few others, that Maude Maris makes objects, that she moulds them, and then places the shapes she has cast into small boxes, models that are open on one side, that she then, under given lighting conditions, takes photographs of her compositions, and that it is finally from these photographs that she paints her paintings.
Maude Maris’s paintings thus undergo a process or, rather, the implementing of a setup which may recall Giorgio Morandi’s. We can su... [more]
Lights out for LIGHT BREAKS by Andrew Luedders Kamila Najbrtova, Michele Schuff, Silvia Sinha at November 16-17, 2013 Atelier Davidseck, Davidbodenstrasse 25, Basel Switzerland
November 16th, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The lights went out for LIGHT BREAKS on Sunday night at Project Art Lounge’s first international exhibition. But as Silvia Sinha, Michele Schuff and Kamila Najbrtová return to work in their studios at home, the positive feedback in Basel continues to pour in.
With visitors likening their works to James Turrell and Dan Flavin, these three artists clearly set Atelier Davidseck aglow with their own interpretations of light filled spaces.
In two days, nearly 100 visitors engaged the artists in an... [more]
(Excerpt from 'Paris Photo' posted on art agneda. Found here http://www.art-agenda.com/client/paris_photo)
Artists, galleries, collectors, professionals, enthusiasts and inquisitive minds will gather once again this fall to enjoy an ambitious, high-level program that emphasizes the diversity and quality of the artists and works presented by participating gallery owners.
Artists, galleries, collectors, professionals, enthusiasts and inquisitive minds will gather once again this fall to enjoy an ambi... [more]
This week we're crossing the English Channel along with the rest of the migrating art world, heading from Frieze London over to FIAC in Paris. FIAC, now celebrating its 40th anniversary, is a veritable institution, and the best way to keep a finger on the pulse of the French art scene.
This week our FIAC Special Editions will give you on-the-ground coverage of the illustrious FIAC vernissage, a walk through hors les murs programming, some gallerists dishing it out on the... [more]
We've got 4-day passes to cutlog Paris and Slick art fair (Oct 24-27) and we're giving them away! Here's how to win:Like us on Facebook - we'll post a photo this week (Oct 15-22) from one of the artists who will be exhibiting at cutlog and Slick with a caption about the giveaway. Like the photo and tell us which artist or a gallery you're excited to see in the comments. Winners will have to message us at ArtSlant to find out how to collect their tickets! So watch that post!Follow us on Twitter - we'l... [more]
Shortlist for the Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency, Winter Term 2014 Announced
ArtSlant, the global contemporary arts network and magazine, has released its shortlist of applicants for the Georgia Fee Residency, Winter Term 2014. This is a two-month residency that takes place in a beautiful Hassmann-style apartment in the Montparnasse neighborhood of Paris.
The Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency was established in memory of ArtSlant's Founder who passed away December 8th, 2012.... [more]
Catalog : Traverse Video /2013 by Simone Dompeyre by Gwen Gerard philipp artus, sylvain auburgan, anselm belser, sophie le beon, Léandre Bernard-Brunel, yvonne calsou, clara chichin, vincent ciciliato, Pierre Clément, jon cloud, sandrine deumier, Gwen Gerard, arnaud gerber, Henry Gwiazda, Patrick Hébrard, susann maria hempel, lucile hoffmann, Charlie Jeffery, dorota kleszecz, paul lahana, Zhenchen Liu, anne-sophie maignant, hervé penhoat, maximilian schmitzer, arnaud segond, Oussama TABTI, jill vandenberghe, estelle vernay, Susanne Wiegner at Traverse Video Festival
March 13th, 2013 - March 29th, 2013
La structure happe dès l’entrée de la chapelle, ce que réclament ses dimensions de 3mètres quasiment multipliés en sa base triangulaire alors même que sa forme éveille des souvenirs….Sa structure flotte autant que sa structure qui l’enserre le lui laisse faire, car en toile à beurre triviale, elle garde de la transparence et de la légèreté. Une face du tissu se soulève sur un seuil qui... [more]