Angie Kordic

Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editor-in-Chief.
Igor Ponosov Russian Urban Art History and Conflics book Browsing Through the First Book About Russian Urban Art in English

Graffiti & Street Art |

The Modern Russian art history is quite a versatile one – from artists such as Natalia Goncharova and Mikhail Larionov to movements like Futurism, Constructivism, Abstraction, Expressionism, and Socialist Realism. Much of the artworks created throughout...

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Artissima 2018 Artissima 2018 Celebrates 25 Years of Contemporary Art!

Art Fairs |

For the biggest Italian fair focusing on contemporary art and experimental practices, the year 2018 will be a milestone. Indeed, Artissima has been a unique event over the past 25 years, providing a platform for both established and up-and-coming galleries...

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Banksy - Love is in the Bin, 2018 Banksy’s Shredded Artwork Becomes a Newly Completed Work and Sells

Art Market, Art News |

An artwork gets created live in auction? Well, that’s a first for the world of art. An update is here on Banksy’s headline-making stunt at Sotheby’s from last Saturday, and it is very a la The Ugly Duckling – the half-shredded Girl with Balloon is...

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banksy shredded girl with balloon sotheby's Banksy’s Artwork Self-Destructs After it Sells in Sotheby’s Auction!

Art Market, Art News, Graffiti & Street Art |

Yes, you read that right. Girl With Balloon, a famous painting by the even more famous Banksy was destroyed on October 5th before the very eyes of the attendees of Sotheby’s auction in London in what appears to be yet another prank by the artist....

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JR at Brandenburg Gate Berlin JR Commemorates the Fall of the Berlin Wall with a New Brandenburg Gate Installation!

Art News, Graffiti & Street Art |

Walls have been an important topic for artist JR, by his own admission. Several of his projects so far involved placing archival images on actual walls or their remains: the Face2Face and the Kikito projects on “walls that separate”, or Wrinkles of the...

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Marina Abramovic Hit by Painting in Florence! Marina Abramovic Hit by Painting in Florence!

Art News |

Marina Abramović was unhurt after a man hit her on the head with a painting on the evening of September 23 in Florence, Italy. The performance artist visited town’s Palazzo Strozzi on the occasion of the opening of The Cleaner, her grand retrospective. The...

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Richard Avedon Adam Clayton Powell Richard Avedon at Pace Gallery Geneva – A Word on The Work of a Photographic Genius

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

One of my all-time favorite photographs is Richard Avedon’s portrait of Marilyn Monroe. During their session, the photographer first made a series of “classic” shots of the actress, where she is flirting with the lens, smiling and being her on-camera...

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Pixy Liao - Ping Pong Balls, 2013 Not to Miss at PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai – Experimental Relationship by Pixy Liao

Art Fairs, Photography |

The photographic works of Shanghai-born, Brooklyn-based Pixy Liao come at a time when the balance between genders stands on a ground more vaguely defined than before. Her images would perhaps have been among the “regular” examples of contemporary...

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Lavesh Jagasia, ARTIANA Why ARTIANA Fine Art Finance Service is Perfect for Collectors of Indian Art

Art Market |

The online auction house ARTIANA, a well-known platform based in Dubai, will now expand its activities and offer a one-of-a-kind service on the market right now – their Fine Art Finance service. Announced just ahead of their November 2018 sale of South...

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Dragana Bojic - Light Vortex Illuminated Abstractions by Dragana Bojic in Belgrade

Art Exhibitions |

The influence that the avant-garde art had on itself, but also on other aspects of life has been thoroughly studied. Perhaps it is particularly interesting to see the kind of impact these movements had on territories and artists outside of its closest range....

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CRUSH RiNo, by Instagrafite Why Denver’s CRUSH WALLS is a Creative Force to be Reckoned With

Graffiti & Street Art |

Between September 3 and 9, Denver’s CRUSH WALLS offered as many as 77 art happenings. There was a little something for everyone, as both locals and out-of-towners were invited to experience a different kind of definition of urban art. From live mural...

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STPI's booth at Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 Art Basel Reduces Booth Prices for its 2019 Edition

Art Fairs, Art News |

In what could be perceived as the first step towards a different art fair reality for smaller galleries, Art Basel announced is new booth pricing structure set to come in place in 2019. The move came only a few months after gallerist David Zwirner proposed a...

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Telmo Miel Norway Street Update #169

Street update |

And so we are here, at the end of the summer on the northern hemisphere. This naturally will not stop the production within the street art field – if anything, all they have to do is migrate south. Of course, September will still be warm enough, and as...

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Heather Lenz and Yayoi Kusama © Tokyo Lee Productions, Inc Behind the Scenes of the New Yayoi Kusama Film

Review |

You probably know her for her Infinity Mirror Rooms, where it’s very possible you’ve taken a selfie. You might know her as the most popular artist of 2014, too. You most definitely remember her polka dots, everywhere. But are you aware of the path Yayoi...

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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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