‘Shoot first, think later.’ I met Olivier Richon, artist and professor of photography at the London Royal College of Art during his visit to Vienna, where he exhibited his photographs at Lust Gallery. We talked about his students, fine art photography and lessons he learned from Victor Burgin.
The Art Basel Week in pictures.
There are 90 national pavilions presented at the 56th Venice Biennale and I visited nearly all of them. In this post you will find my selection of the best exhibitions from Eastern Europe.
Last weekend I went to the 11th edition of Gallery Weekend Berlin. Along with 20 000 people I visited 47 participating galleries and couple of other cool places. Click to see what caught my attention.
I met Waqas at the opening of his solo exhibition at Galerie Krinzinger and he kindly agreed to tell me more about his creative process.
Learn about the Romanian contemporary art scene in an interview with Andreiana Mihail, a gallerist and the curator of the VIENNAFAIR 2014, organized by VF Betriebsgesellschaft mbH, special presentation DIALOG: NEW ENERGIES, co-initiated and supported by OMV.
Bucharest joined forces to create a must-attend week of everything that is visual and contemporary. We had an almost full picture of what is going on in Romania in 2014, and we were impressed.
To get an idea about the Kazakhstan contemporary art scene we asked eight competent people of art for some insights.
A visual diary of a young Austrian artist in Kosice, Slovakia: K.A.I.R project invited me to participate in their artist in residence program in Kosice for two months. I’ve been here for 6 weeks now, and I have to say I really like it… I don’t know what else to write, that’s why I became a visual …
I met the curator of the 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art Juan A. Gaitán after his talk at the Kunsthalle Wien to find out more about the upcoming 8th Berlin Biennale and his opinion on the contemporary art scene in Berlin.
Interviewed by Lucia Gavulová.
Read an insightful interview about the contemporary art scene in Macedonia and the Balkans, the curatorial profession and how the life of an art historian in Vienna is different from London.
The title is an equation by Ludwig Wittgenstein whose thoughts significantly inspired Dénes Farkas, a post-conceptualist artist of Hungarian origin who is based in Estonia. Tina Kaplár asked the artist about his participation at the 55th Venice Biennale, his two current exhibitions “Credo” In Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest and “Evident in Advance” at KUMU, Tallinn, …
With the kind support of Samsonite, VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary held the “Young Collectors Talk” where Elmerice Habsburg-Lothringen (The Fine Art Fund Group, London), Emanuel Layr (gallerist, Vienna), Andrea von Goetz (collector, Hamburg), Nicolas Bernheim (collector, Zurich), Andrea Feldman Falcione (art advisor, LA) shared their rich experience on the topic with the audience. In this post …
This year Gallery On The Move from Tirana, Albania participated in VIENNAFAIR The New Contemporary for the first time. The founder Fani Zguro kindly agreed to tell us about contemporary art in Albania.