Much like the 1970s punk rock scene belonged to New York and Los Angeles was the birthplace of 1950s film noir, no locale is more synonymous with Modernism than Paris. Aspiring and established artists alike flocked from around the world to access the creative energy.
Just as a metaphysician seeks to clarify the fundamental notions by which humankind understands the world, the work of artist Yisreal Feldsott is a pursuit of an encounter with the nature of existence.
Hammer Galleries presents this 4th year in a row another exciting exhibition at TEFAF Maastricht entitled 'Objects in Space: Léger, Miró, Calder', featuring over fifteen paintings and five mobiles ranging from 1926-1976.
A new practice emerged in the late 20th century, in which teams of two artists working together from the beginning of their careers, making all of their work jointly, have become significant contributors to advanced visual art.
Should exhibitions cater to the masses with monolithic shows featuring blue-chip artists and a shiny new line of gift shop merchandise, or should they present a novel intellectual and aesthetic experience?