Eli Anapur

Eli Anapur is a pseudonym of Biljana Puric. A staff writer and editor at Widewalls, Biljana holds Master’s Degrees in Film Aesthetics from the University of Oxford, and Gender Studies from the Central European University. She has published academic articles as well as art and film reviews and criticism in New Eastern Europe, ARTMargins, the Journal of Curatorial Studies, and Short Film Studies; she has also contributed illustrations for Argus Magazine.
Grayson Perry - Animal Spirit, 2016 Grayson Perry Presents the Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!

Art Exhibitions |

Among the astute commentators on contemporary condition, Grayson Perry stands out for his unique combination of artistic solutions and media that are detached from hierarchies of genres, styles, or materials. Instead, the artist offers a unique approach to...

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Nam June Paik - Self-Portrait, 2005 Nam June Paik Work in a Grand Show at SFMoMA

Art Exhibitions |

Spanning the early Fluxus activity to final autobiographical pieces, the selection of Nam June Paik work exhibited at SFMoMA under the title In Character, is an overview of the artist’s playful vocabulary that overcomes artistic media and boundaries of...

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SCOPEHaus-banner SCOPE Art Show Basel 2017 Returns with Contemporary Art for its 11th Edition

Art Fairs 2017 |

SCOPE Art Basel, a part of SCOPE Art Shows, returns to the city of Basel for its 11th edition this June.  Focused primarily on contemporary art, the show is among the most visited art events in the city that is eagerly expected each year. The show focuses on...

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Photo Basel 2016. Photo Basel 2017 – The First and Only International Photography Fair in Switzerland

Art Fairs 2017, Photography |

With the aim to become one of the best international photo fairs, Photo Basel returns to the city of Basel for its third edition in 2017. Photo Basel is the first and only international art fair dedicated to photography in Switzerland, showcasing works from...

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OXFORD_N_J Just the Beginning – An Interview with Tokyo Art Fair Directors

Art Fairs 2017 |

One of the biggest art fairs in Japan, Tokyo Art Fair 2017, is coming back for its third edition. With a short history behind it, the fair managed to become one of the most important contemporary art fairs in the city, and aims to be so in Japan as well. Its...

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Cherries spilled on crosswalk, New York City, USA, 2014© Christopher Anderson Magnum Photos ICP Celebrates 70 Years of Magnum Photos with a Remarkable Show!

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Within the initiative The Year of Social Change, the International Center of Photography (ICP), a leading center dedicated to visual culture and photography, prepared an exhibition of Magnum photos, titled Magnum Manifesto. The event will celebrate the 70th...

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Emergency Exploding Flag (Don't Tread on Me)_2017_mixed media collage on cotton flag stretched over panel_30x52 New Art and Sculpture by Andrew Schoultz and Mark Jenkins at Fabien Castanier Gallery

Art Exhibitions |

Dark humor and irony color Andrew Schoultz and Mark Jenkins art. Both engaged with our contemporary predicament, they are not letting dark moments to pass by unchallenged; instead, they deploy humor in order to lift up some of the heaviness from the themes...

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Andy Warhol - Miguel Bosé, 1983 Venice Biennale Artists in Focus at the Latest Paddle8 Auction!

Art Market, Art News |

The Paddle8 auction house has prepared an excellent auction inspired by the recently opened Venice Biennale for the second part of May. Focused on Post-war and Contemporary art, Paddle8 gathered the works from artists who exhibited at the Biennale in previous...

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RYR Exploring the Influence of Money through Art – RYR in an Interview

How art relates to money, and what influence money exerts on us, are some of the topics explored by RYR art. The interest in money comes from both positive and negative aspects related to it, which artist RYR tries to approach without judgment. Observing it...

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L'Atlas - White Yang Maze, 2017, from abstract wall prints collections Galerie Brugier-Rigail Invites you to Expand Your Urban Art Collection!

Art Exhibitions, Graffiti & Street Art |

As it often happens when someone decides to venture into something new, some sound guidance and direction can help save this person from a lot of headache and problems that may sprung up along the way. The art world is one of such places that a person can get...

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18206 Revisiting the Berlin Wall Art – An Interview with its Photographer Edward Murray

Graffiti & Street Art, Photography |

Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it, stated Edmund Burke once. This phrase has its more popular form in the adage – learn from the past. But when we look at the present-day Europe, it seems that all those sayings and cautions to avoid...

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Courtesy National Media Museum Bradford Mat Collishaw’s Thresholds Explore Photography through VR at Somerset House

Art Exhibitions |

Photography is among the well-established and respected media today, but its history, development, and its first attempts often remain out of the interest of general public. Mat Collishaw tries to change this, with his new exhibition at Somerset House, titled...

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Pasta Oner (3) An Exhibition Dedicated to Brilliant Czech Artists at Urban Spree!

Art Exhibitions |

Distinct in their styles and forms of expression, three Czech artists are the center of attention at Urban Spree Gallery this May, as part of the show No More Crew: Jan Kaláb, Pasta Oner and Michal Škapa. The artists from the group grew up together, and...

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Jolene Lai - Lost and Found, detail. Flourish – Thinkspace at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum

Art Exhibitions |

The New Contemporary Art Movement is a theme chosen for the group exhibition curated by the Thinkspace Gallery at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum in Mesa, Arizona. The exhibition titled Flourish will showcase works done in a variety of styles such as...

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view tokyo contact terms Tokyo Art Fair – a Third Year of Artistic Extravaganza

Art Fairs 2017 |

For the third year in a row, Tokyo will be the host city of one of the biggest art fairs in Japan, accommodating an impressive list of exhibitors coming from over 35 countries around the globe. Tokyo Art Fair is organized by the GAA Ltd, known also as the...

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Prefab77_Detail Three Artists Take the Stage at Jonathan LeVine Projects

Art Exhibitions |

The world that surrounds us overflows with images and events that create unease, dread, and other negative feelings in anyone who confronts them. The problems that seem to plague people around the globe also have shared elements and commonalities,...

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Syd Bee - Breathing Spell, detail. An Exhibition of Syd Bee Art and a Group Show Coming to Haven Gallery!

Art Exhibitions |

Mid-May at the Haven Gallery brings two parallel exhibitions of Syd Bee art titled Sunder & Swell, and a group show It Came from Beneath the Sea, curated by guest curator Travis Louie. These two shows tackle different themes, but share the similarity in...

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wood wall decor is print home wooden furniture. wood wall decor print at home Joel Knafo Art Presents Urban Art on Wood Group Show!

Art Exhibitions |

Wood has been used in many art techniques, from woodcarving, to sculpture and woodblock printing, just to mention a few. Modern-day technologies and the general shifting towards a more technologically-oriented art have not pushed art on wood out of the...

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