Angie Kordic

Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editor-in-Chief.
Otto Constantin The Sibiu International Street Art Festival 2018 – In Pictures

Graffiti & Street Art |

A total of 2.200 square meter of color has been added to the Romanian city of Sibiu, courtesy this year’s local street art festival – SISAF. Out of the 67 artworks, 19 murals were made in 2018 by an international roster of artists. These were made on...

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Evelyn Lasry of Two Palms Press How Two Palms is Helping Artists Reach the Next Level with Prints and Multiples

Collectors Tip |

Jeff Koons, Dana Schutz, Cecily Brown, Richard Prince, Elizabeth Peyton. If you own their prints of sculpture multiples, chances are they came from Two Palms. A renowned studio and showroom in Soho, New York City, they have been dedicating their practice to...

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NADA New York 2018 NADA Cancels the 2019 New York Edition. What Awaits the Smaller Galleries Now?

Art Market, Art News |

On August 8, The New Art Dealers Alliance announced that it would cancel its annual New York art fair, which was scheduled to run in March 2019. The decision came from an agreement between both NADA members and its board of directors, said the statement,...

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Plastic Jesus, Bullet proof vests found in stores in LA. Courtesy the artist Plastic Jesus Targets LA Stores with Back to School Bullet-Proof Vests for Kids

Art News |

Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, Stoneman Douglas, Columbine. These are only some of the places now being remembered for the deadliest school shootings in US history. There have been numerous attempts to change, or at least challenge the gun laws in the country,...

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Duane Michals - Zip Zap Zip Duane Michals, The Filmmaker. An Interview

Photography |

For many artists out there, photography serves as a tool for visual storytelling – some are unexceptional at it, and others, like Duane Michals, set the bar quite high. When I think about his work, Things are Queer pops into my mind almost instantly....

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Self-Portrait (Andy Warhol in Drag) Jim Hedges, The Man Behind the Biggest Andy Warhol Photography Collection in the World

Collectors Tip, Photography |

Between the 1960s, when his artistic career skyrocketed, and 1987, the year of his untimely death, Andy Warhol reigned as the Pop Art King. When we talk about his incredible oeuvre, however, we can’t not talk about his photography, as this practice of his...

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Cleon Peterson - Compromise Two Legends, Two Cities, One Gallery – Zevs and Cleon Peterson at Over The Influence!

Art Exhibitions |

Launched in 2015, Over The Influence gallery has been establishing itself as a unique platform with an innovative program involving today’s biggest names in contemporary art. Take Cleon Peterson and Zevs, for instance: one, a living legend of his genre and...

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Piros mural Belgrade The Fascinating History of Street Art in Belgrade

Graffiti & Street Art |

Art historians would likely agree that the story of contemporary graffiti began in the 1970s with Taki 183 and his audacious decision to tag his name on trains – a trend many would come to follow. As the movement grew, it came to Europe a little later...

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Ralph Rugoff Paolo Baratta May You Live in Interesting Times – Venice Biennale 2019 Theme Revealed

Art News |

As of the July 16 press conference held at the Ca’ Giustinian on the Grand Canal, we now have the official theme and direction of the 58th Venice Biennale, to be held in 2019. The exhibition’s president Paolo Baratta, accompanied by the curator Ralph...

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Carlo McCormick Decoding Rammellzee and Street Art Today – Carlo McCormick in an Interview

Graffiti & Street Art |

It’s not who, but what. This summer in New York, there is a big exhibition, organized by Red Bull Arts New York and co-curated by Carlo McCormick, on view under this very statement, and it relates to a certain legend of the 1980s art scene of the city....

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Installation image. Sophie Calle, Dead End exhibition at Château La Coste, France. 2 Jul – 15 Aug 2018 © Stephane Abourdam, Wearecontent(s). The Summer of Sophie Calle and her Dead End at Chateau La Coste

Art Exhibitions |

Among the artists who in their work deal with emotional questions, in particular those of death, loss and love, Sophie Calle is surely one with a more memorable approach. A conceptual artist with detective skills, she has been creating distinctive narratives...

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Banksy Paris 2018 Street Update #168

Graffiti & Street Art |

What you see here in our image slider is an update on Banksy’s invasion of Paris this past month. After several speculations on whether the stencils really belong to our dearly beloved, the artist traditionally confirmed it on his Instagram account. Rats,...

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QUIK, Central Academy of Fine Arts Beijing 2016 The Funkiness and Truth of QUIK’s Letter Forms

Graffiti & Street Art |

If we look at the history of graffiti, the early development of this art form is closely linked to letters and writings, which then grew into tags, which then turned into bubbles and throw-ups, which then went on to become true works of art, elaborate and...

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Marina Abramovic, Five Stages of Maya Dance, 2013 At Masterpiece London 2018, Marina Abramovic Goes Alabaster

Art Exhibitions |

A ritual of the pre-Columbian civilization, the Maya dance is often characterized by transformations of human beings into supernatural, god-like beings by means of visionary trance. Possibly through the use of hallucinogenic drugs, the performers were put...

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Marka27 Marka27’s Busy Summer of Art

Graffiti & Street Art |

In the history of Mexican art, muralism certainly takes up an important spot, as a means of expression beyond artistic reasons. In contemporary times, many young artists take after their idols such as Rivera and Siqueiros; their murals today, however, can be...

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Donald Moffett - Lot 092517 (faccia, titanium white), 2017 An Intergenerational Approach to Contemporary Painting at Magenta Plains

Art Exhibitions |

What is the position of painting in the contemporary moment? Is it predominantly abstract or representational? For the painters within the Snarl Of Twine exhibition which just opened at Magenta Plains in New York, artworks they make either hinge on, or...

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BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Are Female Artists Still Under-Represented in Britain?

Art News |

Set up in 2015 by Elisabeth Murdoch, the Freelands Foundation has an important mission – to support artists and cultural institutions. One of its best-known initiatives is the annual Freelands Award, which will provide a £100,000 funding to an...

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Julie and Jean-Jacques Darmon by Eric Minh Swenson 5 Art Gallery Opens in LA to Become a Hub for French Street Art

Graffiti & Street Art |

Right across the iconic Paul Smith building in Los Angeles’ Melrose district, a new platform for street art, particularly the one coming from France, saw the light of day. The grand opening of the 5 Art Gallery, founded by Parisian entrepreneurs and art...

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