Asja Nastasijevic

Asja Nastasijevic is an Art Historian with the major in Modern Art, involved in art writing and criticism for several years now. Art is her passion and writing about it is both work and pleasure.
Peeta and Joys in Milan. Photo by Marco Curatolo-LabC3, project by Iris Barak Peeta and Joys Join iazzu

Graffiti & Street Art |

For those of you who haven’t heard of iazzu yet, it is an online urban art gallery that has developed the first application that combines browsing art with Augmented Reality, allowing art lovers to visualize how artworks will look in their home or...

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Female street art Girl Power – Female Street Artists We Admire

Graffiti & Street Art, Top Lists |

The alias often doesn’t indicate the gender. It might be the reason why we don’t have a clear idea of ​​how many women street artists are actually out there. Some artists do not announce their feminine identity, feeling that being a woman...

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urban art - instagram 20 Artists to Follow on Instagram

Top Lists |

Instagram has become one of the Internet’s most popular social networks. The photo-sharing service is a great platform for urban artists to show their work and for followers to get hooked on peeking into their creative process. Enabling artists to...

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Bidding During a Christie's Auction When Gallerists Bid On Their Own Artists

Gallery Advice |

Although there are many reasons as to why the art market appears to be a crooked business to outsiders, most explanations to why this is the case lead to unpredictable prices of artworks. Unlike other businesses, where the price is set by certain tangible...

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people home news read Celebrity Art Collectors: 10 Celebrities from Hollywood

Top Lists |

It seems that music stars and Hollywood celebrities are the new generation of art collectors. Everyone appears to be collecting art, attending auctions and making 7 figures bids. For sure, the entertainment players have the money for this expensive hobby....

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Abstract Art Recap: Abstract at BC Gallery

The “ABSTRACT” show presenting nine international artists at BC Gallery in Berlin runs until November 1. Ahmed Abdellatif, Clemens Behr, Hense, Moneyless, Momo, Nural Moser, Nelio, Severin Gruner, and Stohead brought their engaging new works that rely on...

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Watercolor Adam Lister – Wet Geometry

On Saturday, October 11, Shooting Gallery will open a new exhibition of the watercolor artist Adam Lister. In the new body of work, titled Wet Geometry, Lister expands on his Star Wars series as well as reinterpreting Old Masters. Through his geometric...

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pop-art Three-Dimensional Kenny Scharf

Pace Prints will exhibit new three-dimensional works in paper by the renowned pop artist Kenny Scharf. Titled plain and simple “Kenny Scharf”, the show will open on October 10, showcasing a series of energetic relief works in a more “hands-on”...

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Contemporary Art Material Identity

To coincide with Frieze Art Week 2014, Rook & Raven will exhibit the work of acclaimed Colombian artist, Olga de Amaral, alongside four young, female artists Emilie Pugh, Camilla Emson, Yun-Kyung Jeong and Adeline de Monseignat. Each of these emerging...

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Street Art Philippe Hérard at Le Cabinet d’Amateur

Devoted to the task of translating the discomfort of modern man, Philippe Hérard paints characters who feel alienated from the world desperately seeking for their place in the same. His “Les Gugusses” as he calls them, are expressionless faces,...

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Contemporary Art No Aloha

Strauss Bourque-LaFrance’s interdisciplinary practice combines painting, sculpture, and performance, and merges disparate fields and influences, from interior and stage design to film and comics, exploring desire, memory, and estrangement in contemporary...

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Contemporary Art Yoshimoto Nara at Dairy Art Centre

The largest and most comprehensive solo exhibition of Yoshitomo Nara in the UK to date is currently on display at Dairy Art Centre in London. Comprising a large body of recent and previously unreleased works, the exhibition titled Greeting from a Place in My...

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Nuit Blanche Nuit Blanche Paris 2014

The night of 4 to 5 October 2014 was a sleepless night for Parisians as the 13th edition of the Nuit Blanche festival offered a brilliant program of art, music and performances. The residents of the city of light, expats, tourists and art lovers interacted...

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Wunderkammer Damien Hirst’s Wunderkammer

Online auction house Paddle8 has partnered with artist Damien Hirst and Deyrolle, the renowned house of taxidermy and natural sciences in Paris, to present Damien Hirst avec Deyrolle: Le Cabinet de Curiosités, “Signification (Hope, Immortality and Death in...

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Graffiti ZLOTY – Éphémères

Gérard Zlotykamien’s first intervention in the street dates from 1963, around the same time as the first graffiti began appearing in Philadelphia and a few years before the 1968 student revolution in France. Born in 1940, Zloty is, together with Daniel...

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Street Art The Wall In Paris

When we wrote about L’Atelier Juxtapoz last spring we mentioned the Parisian association Le M.U.R. as its partner on one of the projects undertaken in the famous Cours Julien in Marseille. This time we’ll introduce the association meritorious for the...

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Stained Glass Beau Stanton’s Sacred Space

The Crypt of St John the Baptist in Bristol is currently housing Beau Stanton’s first solo European exhibition. In love with all things ancient, Stanton chose this old, mystical venue, which dates back to the 14th century, to showcase his new body of work...

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Portraiture The Bride Series

You still have time to go and see a new powerful series of female portraits by Jennifer Caviola, aka Cake, at Anno Domini Gallery in San Jose, CA. The show entitled “The Bride Series” is a result of a lost marriage, which left Cake wondering who she was...

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