Elena Martinique

A philosophy graduate interested in theory, politics and art. Alias of Jelena Martinović.
CRUSH WALLS 2018 Denver’s Urban Art Fest is About to Crush It!

Graffiti & Street Art |

Denver’s foremost urban art festival, CRUSH WALLS has brought significant large-scale mural and street art installations and thousands of art lovers to the streets of RiNo Art District in the past eight years. Spotlighting international makers and acting...

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Donald Sultan - Black Rose (1 of 3) (detail), 1989 Love Etchings? Here’s Our Selection of Artworks

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To the modern reader, the printmaking might call to mind mechanically mass-produced commercial products. However, it is also a popular technique often chosen by artists to express themselves instead of using a paintbrush or the chisel. A particular...

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Louise Nevelson - Presence Graphic, 1970 Louise Nevelson – Presence Graphic

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A groundbreaking American artist, Louise Nevelson created wood assemblages that transcended space, extending the properties of illusion into the sculpture’s vocabulary. Assembled from reclaimed everyday objects and combined into a totality through...

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Man Ray - L'Aventure, 1972 Man Ray – L’Aventure

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A seminal 20-the century artist, Man Ray is best known for his photographs of the inter-war years, in particular, innovative pictures he called Rayographs that were produced without the use of the camera. However, he absorbed diverse influences...

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Jasper Johns - The Seasons, 1989 Jasper Johns – The Seasons

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Over the course of his prolific and extensive career, Jasper Johns created work based solely on his own concepts and principles, eventually establishing his own style. Always being ahead of his time, his work made a crucial impact on later movements of Pop...

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David Hockney - The Bell Tower, 1969 David Hockney – The Bell Tower

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Considered one of the most successful and recognized artists of our time, David Hockney has redefined the medium of painting during over six decades of creation. He is known for stylistic versatility, which presented a whole new creative dimension by an...

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Joan Miro – Els Gossos VI

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One of the most influential artists in the 20th century, Joan Miró is known for his signature biomorphic forms, geometric shapes, and semi-abstracted objects expressed in multiple media, from ceramics and engravings to large bronze installations. Embarking...

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Eric Fischl - Untitled (Boy in blue water), 1988 Eric Fischl – Untitled (Boy in blue water)

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Embodying the pleasure of observing, the work of Eric Fischl is regarded as an ode to various aspects of voyeurism. Depicting a range of random situations, the artist intersects certain social mechanisms and creates narratives filled with humor, sensuality...

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Donald Sultan - Black Rose (1 of 3), 1989 Donald Sultan – Black Rose (1 of 3)

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A contemporary painter, Donald Sultan is best known for his use of industrial materials to depict everyday subjects. His work is distinctively textured and equally balances the contrast of positive and negative space. This work is part of a series of three...

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Pablo Picasso - Deux Hommes Sculptes - Three Nude Men Standing, 1933 Pablo Picasso – Deux Hommes Sculptes, Three Nude Men Standing

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One of the most known and influential artists of his time, Pablo Picasso completely redefined artistic practice and its purpose. Associated most of all with pioneering Cubism, alongside Georges Braque, he also invented collage and made major...

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Salvador Dali - La Femme au Fouet (Woman with Whip), 1969 Salvador Dali – La Femme au Fouet (Woman with Whip)

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Regarded as one of the most original, innovative and famous figures in the 20th-century art, Salvador Dalí left an indelible mark on the art world. Famous for both his flamboyant personality and technical virtuosity, he combined avant-garde subject...

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Joachim Biehler - After the Storm Joachim Biehler – After the Storm

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In his work, Joachim Biehler tends to twist the subtleties or references to the contemporary art milieu with humor. His works usually play an attraction-repulsion game. In the piece After the Storm, the artist references the American flag, all in white. Find...

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Nobuyoshi Araki, I , Photography, Installation View, 2018 Four Looks at Nobuyoshi Araki’s Poetic Photography

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Often lauded, sometimes criticized, the artistic genius of Nobuyoshi Araki is undeniable. Throughout an artistic career spanning nearly half a century, the controversial and celebrated Japanese photographer has explored the themes surrounding sex, death and...

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Graciela Carnevale - Acción del encierro (Lock-up action), 1968 Why Were These Women of Latin American Art So Radical?

Art Exhibitions |

Following its success both at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and the Brooklyn Museum in New York, the celebrated exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 is making its first and only stop in Latin America. Soon on view at Pinacoteca de São...

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ZONAMACO 2017 ZonaMaco Foto and Salon 2018 – Strengthening Photography and Antiques Sectors in Mexico

Art Fairs |

Latin America’s leading art fair platform, ZⓢONAMACO hosts four events that take place annually during February and August in Mexico City. Two comprehensive events, ZⓢONAMACO FOTO and ZⓢONAMACO SALÓN are coming back to Mexico City this August, so...

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Ramsey Dau - Alternative Facts, 2018 Visual Language in the Works by Renowned Artists in a Bi-Coastal Group Show

Art Exhibitions |

The power of letters and written words has been harnessed by artists for decades. First emerging in the 1960s, word-based art employed language to emphasize ideas over visual forms. Text continues to be a vital part of contemporary practices, with artists...

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Victor Hugo - Ma destinée (My destiny), 1867 The Drawings of Victor Hugo, at Hammer Museum

Art Exhibitions |

Regarded as one of the greatest French authors of all time, Victor Hugo cemented his place in the history of literature with his epic books The Hunchback of Notre-Dame and Les Miserables. However, it is a lesser known fact that the acclaimed author also...

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Adejoke Tugbiyele - Gele Pride Flag, 2014 A Feminist Look at The Brooklyn Museum Collection

Art Exhibitions |

One of the premier art institutions in the world, the Brooklyn Museum is a place where great art and courageous conversations meet as catalysts for a more connected, civic, and empathetic world. Having a varied and extensive collection, the institution aims...

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