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This print by Tomás Saraceno is based on his installation project Cloud Cities, which imagines various physical and theoretical structures through which human beings could inhabit the upper atmosphere. Most notably installed on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2012, the project combines architecture, climate science and visual ingenuity. In this print, Saraceno renders enclosed geodesic structures that hold entire lakes and forests, floating in the clouds. Order via ArtSpace. Costs of 865 Euro include shipping and insurance to Germany and/or other EU-Countries.
Artist Tomás Saraceno is known for his sculptural work and installations that merge art, architecture, and science. Saraceno's practice is concerned with our living environments, their conceptual design, and speculative futures. His experimental, engaging, and compelling works seek an alternative artistic imaginary to re-frame our awareness of the world.
Attention for Tomás Saraceno in the art scene on very high level since 2008
The German sculptor Thomas Schütte is constructing a museum to house his artwork in the town of Hombroich, located about 16 km (10 miles) southeast of Düsseldorf.
The new structure - which will offer 700 square meters (1,300 sq. ft.) of floor space when completed - was designed by Schütte, and is being built on the grounds of the Museumsinsel Hombroich, a multi-building complex that also houses the collection of the German collector Karl-Heinrich Müller.
Liverpool Biennial 2016 will unfold through the landscape of the city. It is organised as a story narrated in several episodes: fictional worlds sited in galleries, museums, pubs, unused spaces, stations, hotels, shops and supermarkets. For the first time, children will work together with artists and the Biennial team to develop ambitious exhibitions, projects and publications specifically for young audiences.
Michael Buthe: "Four Seasons" 1980, Mixed media on cavnas, 170 x 130 x 50 cm, Bernier/Eliades
The Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (SMAK) in Amsterdam lit the touch-paper to the rebirth of the Cologne artist Michael Buthe with a retrospective in March 2015. The Sammlung Goetz and the Haus der Kunst in Munich will round off, for the time being at least, the artist's solo shows in Autumn 2016. The curators at the Sammlung Goetz aptly described the importance of the artist to the Cologne art scene of the 1970s and '80s in the following words: 'Michael Buthe (1944-1994) was already a legend in his own lifetime.
Soon under the Top 500: Buthe im Global Ranking
Otobong Nkanga: Limits of Mapping (Ausschnitt), 2010, Galerie Lumen Travo, Amsterdam
Art-Report annually awards an Artist of the Year Prize. For 2015, the award goes to the Nigerian artist Otobong Nkanga. This choice became evident as early as the autumn of the previous year, when she had five prominent museum solo shows penciled-in for 2015.
Otobong Nkanga, Crumbling Through Powdery Air Poster Edition 2015, Digitaldruck, Laserschnitt, signiert und nummeriert auf der Rückseite, ungerahmt, 80 x 59cm, Edition von 50, EUR 50.00
Works of Marina Abramovic, perhaps the most important performance artist forever, appear extremly seldon in the art market. Only about 100 pieces have been sold at auction, at prices between 20.000 to 300.000 Euros for unique works. Valuable prints and multiples are even more rare. "Vinyl", a limited edition of Serpentine Galleries, therefore looks like a perfect start for young collectors. It is the result of a collaboration between The Vinyl Factory with the Serpentine Gallery and Marina Abramović. The vinyl features a recording of Abramović performing her "An Artist's Life Manifesto", recorded at the Serpentine Galleries on the eve of her exhibition "512 Hours" and costs 275 Pound Sterling or 360 Euro plus VAT. Order.
Christine Macel has been appointed director of the Visual Arts Sector of the fifty-seventh edition of the Venice Biennale, to be held May 13 through November 26, 2017, with press previews beginning May 10th.
Tracey Moffatt to represent Australia at the 2017 Venice Biennale
The Australia Council for the Arts announces that Tracey Moffatt has been selected to represent Australia at the 57th International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale 2017.
Tracey Moffatt will be the sole artist exhibiting at the Australian Pavilion in the Giardini, with the exhibition to be curated by Natalie King.
Martha Rosler is the first recipient of The 100K Prize, a biennial award presented to an influential US-based woman artist. Rosler will receive a 100,000 USD unrestricted cash award from The New Foundation Seattle (TNFS), complemented by a full year of exhibitions and public programs in Seattle.