Elena Martinique

A philosophy graduate interested in theory, politics and art. Alias of Jelena Martinović.
First Four Seconds (detail) BEZT Brings his Beautiful Mistakes to Spoke Art NYC

Art Exhibitions |

One of the most interesting figures within the Polish scene, BEZT offers us a peculiar take on representation in graffiti art. Characterized by fine drawing, distinct coloring, and overall approach to the surface, his works are imbued with strong narratives...

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Needlework Loft, 1977 Roots of “The Dinner Party” – History in the Making at Brooklyn Museum

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One of the pioneers in promoting the feminist approach to art-making, Judy Chicago has been a leader and model for an art that seeks to effect social change. Articulating her vision not only as an artist but also as an educator and organizer, she has been...

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Portrait Alexandra Fain; Photo by Oleg Covian ASIA NOW – Presenting the New Perspectives for Contemporary Asian Art

Art Fairs 2017 |

Europe’s first boutique art fair devoted to contemporary Asian art, ASIA NOW returns to Paris once again to continue its exploration of emerging scenes and more established artists. Taking place between October 18th and October 22nd, 2017, ASIA NOW 2017...

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FIAC 2017 FIAC 2017 – The Leading Art Fair Returns With an Extended Global Outreach

Art Fairs 2017 |

For several days each year, Paris becomes the world capital of contemporary art with FIAC, the International Contemporary Art Fair. A veritable institution recognized worldwide, the fair is an opportunity for art professionals and enthusiasts from all over...

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Faith Holland - Queer Connections Faith Holland Introduces Speculative Fetish in New York

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In our technology-driven lives, we seem to be dependent upon a lit up screen for everything we do, as if we are mentally and physically connected to it. The idea that technology acts as an extension of the human organism by replicating or amplifying bodily...

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Zeng Fanzhi What do Van Gogh’s Iconic Paintings Look Like from a Chinese Perspective?

Art Exhibitions |

“Painters, being dead and buried, speak to several following generations through their works,“ Vincent Van Gogh once wrote in a letter to his brother Theo. More than 125 years after his death, the iconic artist continues to inspire. His colorful, dynamic...

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Le Trader (detail), 2015 Toums’ Primitive Acids Take Over Urban Spree Galerie

Art Exhibitions |

Wandering between his native Bordeaux and Berlin, Toums is an artist who continuously reinvents the medium of analog photography. Using a unique chemical process and intervening directly on the negative itself with acids, ink, or paint, he creates complex...

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Only Lovers Left Alive (detail) In the Fold – Alina Kunitsyna at Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer

Art Exhibitions |

The work of Alina Kunitsyna rests on the edge between abstraction and representation. Depicting human figures obscured by garments who never show themselves to the viewer, she creates the area of tension between body, form and envelope. Sharing her personal...

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Bertrand Lavier - La Bocca, 2007 Experience the Color through All Senses in this Magnificent Exhibition!

Art Exhibitions |

One of the fundamental elements of our existence, color is often described as a silent, emotional language that we intuitively know how to “speak”. Triggering associations that are universal, cultural, and personal, it can be used to set a certain mood,...

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Eric Basstein - Silent Circus (detail) Handiedan and Eric Basstein in Focus at Jonathan LeVine Projects

Art Exhibitions |

It is going to be quite a busy autumn at Jonathan LeVine Projects. Always committed to new and cutting-edge art, the gallery will soon host not one, but two exciting shows. Debuting is the Dutch artist Eric Basstein, who will present his latest body of work...

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Marion Peck, courtesy the artist Marion Peck Among the Artists Celebrating 10 Years of Dorothy Circus Gallery

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When experiencing the art of Marion Peck, one enters a wonderful world full of solitude and detachment that is at the same time heartbreakingly sweet, irrepressibly optimistic and full of humor. One of the leading ladies of Pop Surrealism, she creates...

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Keith Haring at work in the Stedelijk Keith Haring’s Grand Canvas Returns to the Stedelijk Museum!

Art Exhibitions |

When Keith Haring’s first major solo exhibition was staged in Stedelijk Museum in 1986, the artist was beginning to gain great affection and admiration within the larger audience. Alongside his iconic paintings and drawings, Haring wanted to create a...

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Monkeybird - Le Phoenix (detail), 2017 Monkeybird Invite us to their Magical World at Galerie Brugier-Rigail

Art Exhibitions |

The fantastic universe of Monkeybird seems as a gateway to a surreal and wonderful world packed with adventures and riches to explore. The French duo known for using symbolic anthropomorphism in their works, incarnates two faces of mankind – a realistic...

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Elliott Erwitt - Marilyn Monroe, New York, 1956 Paris Photo 2017 – Bringing Together Two Centuries of Photography

Art Fairs 2017, Photography |

Each year, galleries from all around the world gather in the capital of France, where Paris Photo brings the best of the medium of photography, in all its diversity and with rigor. Among the world-leading fairs of its kind, this event offers an insight into...

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Kris Kuksi - Maneuvering Tranquility, 2017 (detail) Kris Kuksi’s Hallucinatory Enhancements Go on Display in New York!

Art Exhibitions |

Intricate and ornate three-dimensional compositions of Kris Kuksi serve as reminders of human frailty in an age of consumption gone wild. Inspired from sources such as classical art and architecture, he creates eerie, graceful pieces that pull directly from...

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Breathing Flag, 2017 When Artists Create Flags – Artworks of Creative Time’s Pledges of Allegiance Project

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Guided by notions that art matters, that artists’ voices are important in shaping society, and that public spaces are places or creative and free expression, Creative Time has been collaborating with thousands of artists to present the most innovative...

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Chazme, Formia Memorieurbane Memorie Urbane Presents Chazme 718 in a Roman Exhibition!

Art Exhibitions |

What would happen if the city’s organism ceased to be organic? What if people disappeared and space was taken over by urban tissue deprived of any useful properties for men? This idea is explored in the latest body of work by the painter, illustrator and...

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Twoone Artwork TWOONE’s Bright Future to be Revealed at Vertical Gallery

Art Exhibitions |

Often described as the hungry animal, TWOONE has been showing an unquenchable craving for learning new mediums and techniques throughout his career. This is the reason he continuously surprises the scene with his work, being one of the most dynamic artists...

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