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MEG Geneve, Effet Boomerang Art Aborigene Australie, photo by Adrien Rovero Studio A Boomerang Effect in Geneva – Aboriginal Art of Australia on View

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The MEG is dedicating an exhibition to the diversity and wealth of Australia’s arts. “L’Effet boomerang. Les arts aborigènes d’Australie”, thus offers insight into the colonization of this country, from a political and aesthetic...

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Xooang Choi

Deep, complex and sometimes mysterious, emotions are fundamental to the human condition. They color our days and have a profound impact on the way we feel about our lives. Although all people should be able to control their personal emotions, there are times...

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Gabriel Orozco - Photo of the artist - Image via japantimes contact york gallery Gabriel Orozco

For decades regarded as one of the most prominent Mexican artists of his generation, Gabriel Orozco is a conceptual author who creates pieces across a wide field of mediums, ranging from installations and sculptures to photography and painting[1]. Employing...

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Liu Xiaodong - Artist in front of a work from his Migration series, 2016 Liu Xiaodong

Liu Xiaodong is a Chinese contemporary artist that is mostly known for his figurative large-scale oil paintings. Besides, he is a documentary filmmaker, diarist, and occasional actor. He is from Jincheng, a small industrial town in Liaoning province in the...

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Gunther Forg

Günther Förg, was a prolific German artist. He was a painter, graphic designer, sculptor and photographer born in Füssen, Allgäuon in 1952. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, and twenty years later he taught at the Staatliche Hochschule...

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Martin Kippenberger - Portrait Martin Kippenberger

Describing himself as someone who wants to change the mood of things, Martin Kippenberger has done much more. The legacy of this German multi-talented artist counts in hundreds of different pieces that include paintings, sculptures, and installations. He is...

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Tony Cragg - portrait (detail) Tony Cragg

Born in Liverpool in 1949 Tony Cragg is one of the world’s foremost sculptors. Before attending Gloucester and Wimbledon School of Art, he was working as a lab technician at the National Rubber Producers Research Association. In 1977. he received his MA at...

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Walton Ford - Portrait - Photo via pinterest Walton Ford

Walton Ford is an American painter, known for depicting wildlife in his monumental paintings. His watercolor pieces have a double meaning that connects nature with historical events and leave sociopolitical commentary. His art expresses the unbreakable...

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Armando Mariño - Portrait Armando Marino

Armando Mariño is one of the most popular Cuban contemporary artists, known for paintings that are characterized by the luminous colors like yellow, green, pink and orange, alongside with balanced note of dark shadows. Moving from one city and landscape to...

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David Hamilton

It is quite rare that a quest for finding beauty can produce such divided reactions. By choosing young, pre or after pubescence girls, David Hamilton has irrevocably placed his photography in a position in which it could be criticized and questioned. Soft...

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Ross Bleckner - View of the artist in a gallery space - Image via parrishart untitled view privacy press Ross Bleckner

Ross Bleckner is an influential American artist who is primarily known for his poetic paintings that deal with complex themes such as losing something one loves and different aspects of memory. Bleckner usually relies on recurring, highly symbolic imagery,...

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All painters who were in search to work on an international stage wanted New York to be the new expressionist scene Karel Appel

Held in high regard for the way he was able to depict genuine expression through the use of uniquely vivid colors and strong forms, Karel Appel was an influential Dutch painter who created some of the most pivotal abstract works of the 21st century. Bearing...

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Maurizio Cattelan - Photo of the author - Image via huckmagazine.com - sign privacy toilet terms to get the news of untitled work sold at a 2011 toilet auction Maurizio Cattelan

Playing the role of the art world’s resident jokester for the last two and a half decades, Maurizio Cattelan is a contemporary Italian artist who has been amusing and horrifying viewers for the entirety of his career. Appreciated equally for both his dark...

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Peter Doig

A leader of his generation, Peter Doig is a Scottish artist who was able to propose a new set of questions and alter the way we understand art. In a time when new techniques were dominating and when painters and painting, in general, were considered quaintly...

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Joseph Beuys - Portrait of the artist by Robert Lebeck, 1978 - Image via tmlarts Joseph Beuys

The biggest figure of the post-World War II avant-garde scene in Germany, Joseph Beuys viewed art as an exceptional mean for invoking positive social changes. His performance art pieces were mystical experiences often described as shamanistic in nature...

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LeRoy Neiman

LeRoy Neiman, born Leroy Leslie Runquist, was an American artist of Swedish descent, best known for his brilliantly colored, expressionist paintings and screen prints of athletes, musicians, and sports. LeRoy Neiman was one of the most popular living artists...

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Vija Celmins - Photo of her in a museum visit- Image courtesy of the use terms com Vija Celmins

Considered to be one of the most significant Latvian-American artists to date, Vija Celmins is a visual artist best known for her photo-realistic paintings and drawings of natural environments. Due to her long-held fascination with phenomena such as the...

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Neo Rauch

Reviving the German figurative painting through his narratives rich with myths and histories, life under the pressure of ideology, and faith, Neo Rauch merges the reality with realms of bizarre and the paradoxical. One of the most prominent artists of the New...

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