Philippe Van Snick makes work that is characterised by an extremely simple idiom, akin to minimalism, and the repeated use of the same colours: primary and secondary colours, non-colours and shiny metallic colours. Van Snick thinks colours have both a mental and a physical signification.
Agnieszka Polska creates video works employing mainly found material, such as archive photography and illustrations, which she subjects to subtle interventions, whether animating them or working them into the existing image.
The work of Juliette Blightman (born Farnham, 1980, lives in London) demands that the viewer refocus his or her attention.
GETTING READY FOR ARTISSIMA – A TALK WITH LUIGI FASSI, PRESENT FUTURE COORDINATOR AND CURATOR Every year art world conveys at Turin for one of the biggest fairs of contemporary art. Founded in 1994 and held annually, Artissima helped the development of the Italian and world contemporary art market. A concept of Artissima surpasses traditional exhibition…
Michel Parmentier was born in 1938 in Paris and studied at the École des Métiers d’Art. While there, he met Daniel Buren with whom he founded BMPT in 1966.
AUJOURD’HUI X ARTISSIMA: DIALOGUE Artissima is enriched by a new section, a new prize, and a structure that brings relevance to experimental and emerging art. The 2016’s edition comprises seven sections, three of which are each selected by a board of international curators and museum directors. Dialogue, one of the new sections, presents booths featuring a maximum of three…
Born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), Natalya Pershina‐ Yakimanskaya – also known as Gluklya – lives and works in both St.Petersburg and Amsterdam. At present, Gluklya works as a single artist, partly collaborating with Chto Delat?, which she co‐founded.
For three and a half decades, Thomas Lawson has remained one of the most articulate voices in the field of a painting.