Monthly Archives: July 2012

Picasso Prints: The Vollard Suite

Thank God for art dealers and collectors, if it wasn’t for them many great works of art would have been lost. This is the case for the mythical Picasso prints from The Vollard Suite. Commissioned by Ambroise Vollard, the greatest avant-garde Paris dealer and print publisher of his day, Picasso...

Tate Tanks

It is a very exciting journey to enter Tate Modern’s new exhibition space in what used to be underground oil tanks at the former power station turned into art museum. Rehabilitated by architects Herzog & de Meuron, responsible for the original refurbishing of the place, the spaces kept their raw...

II II II

What is space? What is time? Who makes the grass green? Where does reality happen? Is dream a reality? Is reality a dream? Why do I perceive things this way? Is the colour red for me the same as for you? There are so many answers that it is hard...

The Presence of Absence

The exhibition Invisible – Art about the Unseen, at the Hayward Gallery in London’s Southbank Centre, brings together pieces from 1957-2012 to show that the immaterial is the main ingredient for art. The exhibition, in display until August 5th, includes works by some of the most important artists of our...

Art as Life

The Barbican Centre exhibition shows how the Bauhaus as an avant-garde movement overcame the paradoxes between art and life.

It sure was an amazing experience to pass through the corridors of the Barbican building on my way to the Bauhaus exhibition since the architecture you are walking in is already...

THESIS

Today we have shifted from the dualistic notion of right/wrong, black/white to a more contextualized, integrated and participative world of relativity. But in this world of so many possibilities of interpretation and subjective experiences we can get lost and reach a dead end where nothing is solid, nothing holds one...