Vincono ex equo il Prix K-Way Per4m Julien Bismuth e Christian Falsnaes

Silvia Fanti, Milovan Farronato, Marie de Brugerolle e Giorgio Fasol – la giuria del premio Prix K-Way Per4m dedicato alla performance – premiano ex equo gli artisti Julien Bismuth e Christian Falsnaes. La seconda edizione di Per4m – la sezione ad Artissima dedicato alla performance – vede due vincitori ex equo, Julien Bismuth eChristian Falsnaes, a cui è stato assegnato il Prix K-Way Per4m (10.000…

Adrián Villar Rojas. Rinascimento

Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo presents Rinascimento, the first Italian solo exhibition of works by Adrián Villar Rojas. Born in Argentina in 1980, the artist has received international acclaim through a language that has a strong impact, and explores the narrative potential of contemporary sculpture. Have a look at the photo gallery of Sabrinas’ visit at Fondazione Sandretto Re…

Jocelyn Wolff – Commitee Interview

What are the key factors for the committee’s decisions? Which are the criteria a gallery has to fulfill in order to be qualified for a fair? We asked one of the Artissima committee members – Jocelyn Wolff, Director of the Paris-based gallery Jocelyn Wolff – to tell us more about the process and the criteria.  Gallerists are colleagues but…

Giornata 3 dal Temporary Appartamento Lago @ Artissima 2015

La giornata #3 al Termporary Appartamento Lago @Artissima comincia con un’intervista del TG3 a Sarah Cosulich. Si parla dei contenuti di Artissima ma non solo, Sarah con la consueta pacata energia racconta anche del mercato dell’arte e dei criteri che aiutano i collezionisti nella scelta. La tranquillità che regala l’appartamento ha accolto per un pranzo…

Artissima Walkie Talkies – Chris Sharp meets Pedro Barbosa

Presented as a series of informal talks, Artissima’s Walkie Talkies bring together one collector and one curator to guide a group, a conversation, through the fair grounds. The Walkie Talkies offer a bit of perspective within the often overwhelming selection of galleries and artworks. And if there’s something that both collectors and curators are familiar…