Articles tagged with art speak 101
October was a busy month for art in London, with all the commercial art fairs springing up across town. Being the art lovers we are at Rise Art, all of our curators, insiders and team were out and about scoping their favourite works and the artists to watch. Here is the Rise Art run down of our top 10 from the October fairs.
The Royal Academy of Arts has amassed an immense collection of American works from galleries and private collections (over 100 lenders in total) which include works by great artists such as Clyfford Still, Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Janet Sobel to name just a few for its latest exhibition.
By now most avid art watchers (and readers) are saturated with the New Year “best of” lists, but there’s one list that we haven’t seen yet – and that’s a list of bad art. Why is that?
Against the madness of Degree Show season, Charlie Levine checks out Metamorphose to see who comes out triumphant for the Wednesday Event.
The weekends are like parties. Thousands of people pour into the parks by the port, stroll in the lovely first pier, bike everywhere. Concerts in squares, music groups in old industrial areas, artists transforming abandoned camps… Writes Giorgos Toulas, the director of Parallax, one of the oldest free press magazines in Thessaloniki. No wonder Thessaloniki has been suggested as a “must see” destination in National Geographic for 2013.