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.
Francesca Ferreri opera a partire da oggetti di uso comune, o loro frammenti, creando sculture che, in una prospettiva di fusione formale e di integrazione cromatica, acquistano confini e identità nuovi.
Tim Etchells’ practice is concerned with tropes of performativity, liveness and presence.
Since the early 1970s Renate Bertlmann, feminist avant-garde artist, has explored issues around the representation of sexuality and eroticism within a social context.
Marinella Senatore (Italia, 1977), vive e lavora tra Londra e Parigi. La sua ricerca si caratterizza per la partecipazione attiva del pubblico nel processo creativo, utilizzando diversi media, dall’installazione al video, disegno, performance e fotografia.
This artist of the second half of the 20th century, who paints, draws, sculptures, influenced by the constructivists Kandinsky, Malevich…