Angie Kordic

Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist.
Suzanne Siano Suzanne Siano, a Philanthropic Art Conservator. An Interview

While artists and activism have had a longstanding relationship for decades now, perhaps it is a little less usual to hear about art conservators spreading awareness on the burning issues in our society. Yet such is the case with Suzanne Siano, who is being...

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Natalia Ll - Consumer Art, 1974 A Different Look at Erotic Photography at Paris Photo 2018

Art Fairs, Photography, Provoke! (NSFW) |

The 22nd edition of the renowned Paris Photo closed its doors last weekend, claiming yet another success. The fair’s 68,876 visitors this year seem to be more than pleased with the selection of photography on view, among which was the debuting Curiosa...

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Thiago Rocha Pitta, Temporal Map of an Undefined Coastline An Art Symposium in Brazil to Deal with Attention amid New Political Climate

On 7 October 2018, Brazil elected a very far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro as their President for the next four years. Many are worried about where his controversial rhetoric will take the country and its democracy, among them many artists and art world...

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visit our marketplace page and search for the best drawing work off the 2016 list Comic Book Art – From a Cultural Phenomenon to Collectable Art

Comic Book Art |

It all starts with a pencil and paper. You do some doodling, maybe draw your own superhero, make up a whole story with villains, throw in some captions, speech bubbles, onomatopoeia… and before you know it, you made your own comic book art. This winsome...

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Artissima 2018 in 79 Pictures

Art Fairs |

It was a great 25th birthday for Artissima, the biggest contemporary art fair in Italy and one of the most significant ones in Europe. Under the guidance of Ilaria Bonacossa for the second year in a row, the event brought together 195 international galleries,...

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Joël Andrianomearisoa - When the days belongs to the night I, detail 6 Textile Wall Pieces from Artissima 2018

Art Fairs, Top Lists |

As per usual, the Artissima art fair held in Turin, Italy brought an interesting selection of local and international contemporary art. Across the vast space of the Oval, 189 galleries presented their artists in a variety of media – yet, what caught our...

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Norberto Roldan - Katipunan, 2018 Norberto Roldan at Silverlens

Art Fairs, Top Lists |

A Philippine artist represented by Philippine gallery Silverlens, Norberto “Peewee” Roldan creates thought-provoking work that often comments on cultural, political and social matters in his homeland. Drawing from everyday life, he employs slightly...

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Joël Andrianomearisoa - When the days belongs to the night I and III Joel Andrianomearisoa at Sabrina Amrani

Art Fairs, Top Lists |

An artist from Madagascar, Joël Andrianomearisoa places his work “at the edges of the desires of whomever discovers it”. As described by Virginie Andriamirado and Sabrina Amrani Gallery, his interest is urban spaces, the noises, smells, images, lights...

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Frédéric Moser and Philippe Schwinger - Only words make the decrees, 2018; citizen k, 2018 Frederic Moser and Philippe Schwinger at KOW Berlin

Art Fairs, Top Lists |

Known for their videos and sculptures, Swiss artists Frédéric Moser and Philippe Schwinger turned to textile as well, as shown by Berlin’s KOW at Artissima 2018. While citizen k is presented as the classical cut of Japanese kimono, Only words make the...

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Isa Melsheimer - Gazelle, 2011 Isa Melsheimer at Galerie Joselyn Wolff

Art Fairs, Top Lists |

Born and based in Germany, Isa Melsheimer works across many media, including textiles. This piece presented by Galerie Joselyn Wolff, includes many narratives stitched into a single work, swaying between the abstract and the representative. Featured image:...

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Olga de Amaral - Natural adherence, 1973 Olga de Amaral at Richard Saltoun

Art Fairs, Top Lists |

For those who like textile art, Richard Saltoun Gallery’s booth at Artissima was a real treat; its entirety was dedicated to this particular medium. Curated by Paola Ugolini, The Subversive Stitch features works of Mariella Bettineschi, Thomas De Falco,...

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Abdoulaye Konaté - Violet au personnage, 2018 Abdoulaye Konate at Primo Marella

Art Fairs, Top Lists |

An acclaimed artist from Mali, Abdoulaye Konaté creates symbolic textile landscapes imbued with color and texture. His latest works, such as the Violet au personnage exhibited at Primo Marella’s booth at Artissima, carry a gradient sensuality and a sense...

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Yann Chateigné Tytelman, Ilaria Bonacossa, Nicola Ricciardi Thoughts on Sound with Nicola Ricciardi and Yann Chateigne Tytelman

Art Fairs |

The OGR – Officine Grandi Riparazioni space in Turin, Italy used to be an industrial complex in the late 19th century. Its vastness and nakedness is simply splendid – high ceilings, brick walls and reminiscence of trains overwhelms us. This is...

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Artissima 2018 illy Present Future Prize Pedro Neves Marques Wins the illy Present Future Prize at Artissima 2018

Art News |

Writer, visual artist and filmmaker. That is how one could describe Pedro Neves Marques, a young individual interested in theory and fiction. Through a genuine point of view, he explores issues of anthropology, with a particular focus on Amerindian struggles...

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Diane Arbus - Untitled (49), 1970-71 The Complete Untitled Photo Series by Diane Arbus Goes On Display

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Between the years 1969 and 1971, before her untimely death, Diane Arbus created sixty-six images at residencies for people with developmental disabilities. Their dances, picnics and Halloween parties were immortalized in her iconic square images, in a series...

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Art360 app Via an App, Artists and Estates Can Now Manage Their Archives – For Free

In a research undertaken by the Art360 Foundation, it was revealed that 81% of artists in the United Kingdom have never worked with a conservator or archivist. Some 71% of them were also not aware of the conservation status of their archive. In order to try...

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Guns in America- A TIME and JR Project JR Creates a Cover for TIME Magazine Tackling Guns in America

Art News |

After Andy Warhol, Marc Chagall, Ai Weiwei, and Shepard Fairey, French artist JR has now joined a roster of artists who have created a cover for TIME Magazine – and as expected, it is a poignant one. Known for exploring social issues in a unique manner,...

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Emily Andersen - Portraits Black and White How Emily Andersen Photographed Famous Artists, Bohemians and Intellectuals

Photography |

Zaha Hadid, Helen Mirren, Eduardo Paolozzi, Nan Goldin, Peter Blake, Michael Kane. These are only some of the names on the long list of subjects in the photographs of Emily Andersen. Her black and white imagery offers a unique insight into these lives and...

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