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An Interview With Surreal Salon 10 Winner Heidi Taillefer

The winner of Surreal Salon 10, a submission based art competition hosted by Baton Rouge Gallery, is Heidi Taillefer, with her piece Starting Something You Can't Finish ...
juxtapoz.com | 22.02.2018 00:00 .

Laugh Now: An Essay on People Power in the Stencil

In the meantime, let’s celebrate the anonymous and unsung heroes of stencil art, those nameless champions of unsanctioned human scale works whose rebellions challenge the corporate world ...
juxtapoz.com | 21.02.2018 00:00 .

Artists of the Year 2018 winners revealed

Lisa is also a member of Artists & Illustrators' online art community Portfolio Plus. Browse more of Lisa's art. Readers' Choice Winner – Mari Tskiria Mari Tskiria, John Dory ...
artistsandillustrators.co.uk | 20.02.2018 16:30 .

Middle Eastern artists are charging a lot of money to certify—or condemn—their works

The London-based curator Rose Issa, a long-time champion of Middle Eastern art, was refused the right to use images of Zenderoudi’s work in the book, Signs of Our Times, from Calligraphy to Calligraffiti, which she co-authored in 2016 ...
theartnewspaper.com | 15.02.2018 00:00 .

Turiya Magadlela, selected by Sue Williamson

I first encountered Turiya Magadlela’s work at the FNB Joburg Art Fair in 2015, where – as the FNB prizewinner (judged by the highly respected curators Bisi Silva and Koyo Kouoh) – her installation of awkwardly stacked prison beds and institutional sheeting received pride of place ...
artreview.com | 14.02.2018 16:30 .

Interview: Alex Farquharson

Mark Leckey is very familiar to the contemporary art audience, an influential figure and Turner Prize winner ...
artreview.com | 14.02.2018 16:30 .

Shortlist of Jameel Prize 5 Released

On February 6, London’s Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) revealed the eight candidates—comprising artists, designers and an architect—who have been shortlisted for the 2018 Jameel Prize: Kamrooz Aram, Hayv Kahraman, Hala Kaiksow, Mehdi Moutashar, Naqsh Collective, Younes Rahmoun, Wardha Shabbir and Marina Tabassum. Now in its fifth edition, the Jameel Prize is an international award for contemporary artists and designers who are inspired by Islamic visual culture. Founded in partnership with Art Jameel, a nonprofit that cultivates contemporary art practice in West Asia and North Africa. The prize was conceived after the renovation of the V&A Jameel Gallery of Islamic Art, which presents artifacts and art from the Middle East. This year’s finalists of the Jameel Prize hail from many corners of the world. Kamrooz Aram is a New York-based Iranian artist working in a variety of art forms, including painting, collage, drawing and installation, looking to challenge the Western interpretation of art historical canon. Iraqi-born painter Hayv Kahraman combines references drawn from Islamic art as well as Japanese woodblock prints and the Italian Renaissance; her work covers gender issues, mass migration and other hardships faced by individuals of Middle Eastern heritage living in diaspora. ...
artasiapacific.com | 07.02.2018 00:00 .

Dispatch from Dhaka: five highlights from the fourth Art Summit

The Samdani Art award ceremony; the winner Mizanur Rahman Chowdhury (fourth from right) is accompanied by Maria Balshaw, Aaron Cezar and the artists Mona Hatoum and Subodh Gupta Gareth Harris Hard truths for Bangladesh There is no shying away from the fact that Bangladesh will be hit hard by the effects of climate change (scientists predict that by 2050 rising sea levels will affect the lives of more than 25 million Bangladeshis ...
theartnewspaper.com | 05.02.2018 00:00 .

Crystals and contemplation: Mona Hatoum celebrated as Whitechapel Gallery’s 2018 Art Icon

the Beirut-born, London-based artist Mona Hatoum. Addressing the 200-strong crowd of diners gathered in the Whitechapel’s downstairs galleries—which included the sustainability champion Livia Firth ... the art dealer Jay Jopling, the Tate Modern director Frances Morris and the artists Florence Peake, Christian Marclay, Emma Hart and Zineb Sedira—the Whitechapel’s director Iwona Blazwick emphasised the relevance of Hatoum’s work and the current need for community at a time when “the world seems to be moving towards greater isolationism and greater division ...
theartnewspaper.com | 31.01.2018 00:00 .

Artelligence for January 24, 2018

The Winner of the First Rare Digital Art Auction’s Most Valuable Lot Was a Newbie: The Paris Review was at the Rare Digital Art Festival’s auction and spoke to the winner of the final lot, Peter Kell ...
artmarketmonitor.com | 24.01.2018 00:00 .

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