One of the most horrific persons in the art world (I will not name names) once told me that the only way to make an exhibition a success is to either include a big shot artist or to make it … Continue reading a critique of the spectacle
If you think the art world is a happy la-la land where unicorns, free-spirited people run free with rainbows in the sky, I’m sorry, but I have a rude awakening in store for you. Coco Fusco’s gripping essay in Hyperallergic* reveals the very … Continue reading who was ana mendieta?
Whether it is called performance art, live art, body art, or constructed situations, it is a medium in which the body – and not a material object – is used to create an artwork. Looking back to centuries of artmaking … Continue reading performance art and the market?
Martha Rosler (1943, New York) works BALLOONS, BOY’S ROOM, HOUSE BEAUTIFUL (GIACOMETTI), and BOWL OF FRUIT, are part of The Stedelijk’s new collection presentation BASE that opened in December. Rosler’s art focuses on the public realm, exploring issues from everyday life, in … Continue reading ocular synthesis
An expeditious conclusion when contemplating on art in 2017 is that it is starting to reflect how fucked up the world is. The world has always been unfair and full of oppression but people are beginning to speak up intensely and … Continue reading 2017: art or activism?
Spoiler alert: this is a Q&Art blog full of questions, without satisfying answers. Where did art movements go? Are we ever going to talk about art from the 00’s and early 10’s in terms of movements? Art history books seem … Continue reading what is an artist?
Poetry might be the most difficult art medium there is out there. It is something I intentionally avoid. When reading a poem, so many thoughts run through my head: the urge to make something tangible out of it, to understand it, … Continue reading poetry and politics