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VC STATEMENT UKRAINE Crypto Art Drop

Power of art collaborations: new voices, new platforms and new opportunities The best things in art happen in-between. Between reality and imagination, between past and future,  between the genuine and the artificial, between precise attention to current events and and the crossing of time boundaries. And in any case between people.  These are collaborations that … Continue reading

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HOW WILL CURATORS INSTITUTIONALISE AND INTERPRET THE PORTRAITURE TREND?

It’s time for museums to harness a dialogue on the importance of this genre, one that is removed from speculation in the art market. There is such an abundance of portraiture at art fairs, gallery shows, online art platforms and auctions dedicated to African art that collectors are spoilt for choice. This has caused some … Continue reading

Re-Thinking Phygital. The Powers of a MetaUniverse supporting Ukraine
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Re-Thinking Phygital. The Powers of a MetaUniverse supporting Ukraine

Modernity presents us with a number of questions. What if “phygital” art is the new normality? How can crypto reality converge with the established contemporary world? How can the modern art market give artists more power, impact, and freedom? The artists Angie Taylor, Anna Kostritskaya, Bard Ionson,  Dmytro Fedorenko,  Gala Mirissa, Gary Cartlidge, Ilan Katin, … Continue reading

<strong>On the intersection of art, access, and tech: an afternoon conversation with Marek Claassen</strong>
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On the intersection of art, access, and tech: an afternoon conversation with Marek Claassen

Marek Claassen, the founder of Artfacts and the new app Limna The art industry often seems to reproduce the same inequities that we see in any other societal field, with its opacity and market speculation. As a data-driven entrepreneur with a passion for art and creativity, Marek Claassen aims to stand outside this bubble as … Continue reading

“Big problems always arise from little things.” – Interview with Yana Barinova, Development Officer at viennacontemporary and Initiator of this year’s focus STATEMENT UKRAINE
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“Big problems always arise from little things.” – Interview with Yana Barinova, Development Officer at viennacontemporary and Initiator of this year’s focus STATEMENT UKRAINE

Yana Barinova recently joined the viennacontemporary team as a Development Officer approaching the main statement this year: Ukraine. We discussed the importance of cultural heritage, her professional breakthroughs and the impact of war on the Ukrainian art and social sector. We especially focused on the potential of artistic and cultural poliсy of viennacontemporary 2022 and … Continue reading