Balasz Takac

Balasz Takac is alias of Vladimir Bjelicic who is actively engaged in art criticism, curatorial and artistic practice.
Portrait of Victoria Miro 6 Influential Female Art Dealers Working Today

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In the contemporary moment, art dealing can be highly profitable activity, yet the launching of this career largely depends from the demands of the market, familiarity with a certain scene, and numerous liaisons with people from art world (artists, curators,...

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Rosie Lee Tompkins - Untitled When the American Avant-Garde Met The Outliers – At LACMA

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Throughout art history, there were always certain artists who became easily forgotten and somehow excluded from the dominant narrative constructed by the institutions. Numerous are the reasons due to which they were marginalized and their domains were not...

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Francesco Clemente - Untitled Self Portrait Back to the 90s With The Artworks For Sale!

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The 1990s were a decade of numerous social and political upheavals and is marked by the rise of multiculturalism, neoliberalism and digital media. Those circumstances which naturally reflected upon the art world which collapsed in the first few years, so the...

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Francesco Clemente - Untitled Self Portrait Francesco Clemente – Untitled Self Portrait

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The last on our list is an Italian contemporary artist Francesco Clemente, one of the leading proponents of Italian Transavanguardia movement in the 1980s. He is influenced by the traditional art and culture of India. Clemente works in different artistic...

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Alex Katz - Green Jacket Alex Katz – Green Jacket

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Alex Katz is an American figurative artist who expresses himself through paintings, sculptures, and prints by employing the genres of portraiture and landscape. The flatness of color and form, the economy of line, and cool but seductive emotional detachment...

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Sam Francis - Untitled SF 344 Sam Francis – Untitled SF 344

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The following artist on our list is Sam Francis who was an American painter and printmaker much influenced by the work of abstract expressionists and Art Informel while staying in Paris around the early 1950s. Along with Helen Frankenthaler and Joan Mitchell,...

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Robert Combas - La Danse Robert Combas – La Danse

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The legendary French artist Robert Combas is best known as one of the leading figures of the figuration libre movement established in Paris around 1980 as a reaction to minimalism and conceptual art in particular. The roots of it can be traced back to Fauvism...

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Jasper Johns - Summer Blue Jasper Johns – Summer Blue

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Next up is one of the most important artists of the early post-war American art, Jasper Johns, who is associated mostly with Neo-Dada, and Pop art. He is best known for the iconic American Flag series which were critical experiments aimed to question the...

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Klaus Kampert - 110.03.98, More Typographic Creations series Klaus Kampert – 110.03.98, More Typographic Creations series

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A German photographer, Klaus Kampert is best known for sophisticated and dazzling nudes. As a matter of fact, he is self-taught, and since 1981 he devotedly portraits the human body. Kampert worked for leading advertising agencies and companies and along...

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Razzia - Bagatelle 1993 Razzia – Bagatelle 1993

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Artist Gérard Courbouleix–Dénériaz is representing himself as Razzia and is a well know French graphic artist. Interestingly so, he is devoted to poster art regardless of the technological shift, and for more than three decades he has been keeping an...

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Richard Caldicott -Untitled 1105 Richard Caldicott – Untitled 1105

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British contemporary artist Richard Caldicott gained global recognition in the 1990s for his abstract portraits of Tupperware products. Throughout the years, the artist has developed a recognizable geometric and purified aesthetic reminiscent of Russian...

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Jeff Koons - Ballon Dog Red 1 Jeff Koons – Balloon Dog Red

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A celebrated contemporary artist, Jeff Koons is considered a pioneer of the neo-pop art movement. His artworks operate on the various level and are in general exploring the notion of mundane, ephemeral and popular. The Balloon Dog Red I from 1995 is made of...

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Ali Banisadr - Contact How Contemporary Painters Explore the Notions of the Sublime

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In an increasingly digitized world, very often we forget what actually surrounds us, in regards to social and more importantly political sense. Globalism, radical ideologies, and mass migrations are the deeply interconnected phenomena and their effects are...

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Barbara Kruger - Installation view Barbara Kruger’s Work, Sending Important Messages Forty Years On

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The early 1970s saw the rise of the second wave of feminism, primarily practiced through the intersection of theory, activism, and visual arts. A great number of women involved with the movement became highly influential figures whose emancipatory approaches...

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Andy Warhol - Campbell’s Soup II 5 Prime Examples of the American Printmaking

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Printmaking has a really long tradition which can be dated in the Renaissance. However, it wasn’t until the late 19th and early 20th century that it became widely used simultaneously for commercial and artistic purposes which was an effect of the...

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Andy Warhol - Campbell’s Soup II Andy Warhol – Campbell’s Soup II

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The last but not least on our list is the Pop Prince Andy Warhol. As it is well known, his entire practice is based on a multimedia approach, but the artist was committed to traditional ones such as printmaking. As a matter of fact, Warhol practically revived...

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Roy Lichtenstein - Head Roy Lichtenstein – Head

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The next artist on our list is none other than Roy Lichtenstein, best known for his colorful and linear comic book based works. The artist was very much inspired by the works of Picasso and Klee; by masterfully incorporating contemporary art theory and...

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Robert Rauschenberg – Signs Robert Rauschenberg – Signs

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Robert Rauschenberg was one of the leading American post-war artists who experimented with different media including painting, sculpture, prints, photography, and performance, over the span of six decades. His radical innovation was a reaction to the...

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