Nadja Breton

Nadja is a surrealist fictional character of André Breton. Writing under the pen name Nadja Breton, Nikoleta Marković is an Art Historian with a special interest in Avant-garde and Modern Art. Nikoleta likes to write about the influences of historical avant-garde movements, and its influence on modern day art.
kunstmuseum basel exhibition Kunstmuseum Basel is Opening a Spectacularly Curated Exhibition of Post-War and Contemporary Sculpture

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Selection of sculptures presented at the Kunstmuseum Basel exhibition reflects a number of important changes which determined a transition of modern sculpture as a medium, from mimetic to theoretical point of view. Presented sculpture works range from...

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ULAY Artist Ulay in Geneva – The Artist Returns to Musee d’Art et Histoire with a New Performance

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Anyone familiar with Performance and Body Art has heard of ULAY, an artist famous for his collaboration with Marina Abramović. ULAY and Marina Abramović are considered to be pioneers of Performance Art and their work was centered around the subjects of...

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Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum Exhibition Mythology, Geology and Nature of the Universe in Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum Exhibition at Tiwani Contemporary

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Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum’s exhibition offers a minimalistic approach with themes centered around The Universe and landscapes, imagined futures and all the unknown existences that those futures may hold. Recurring theme is Utopia and many of her work’s...

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Walker Art Center Walker Art Center Presents an International, Multigenerational Group Exhibition of Works from the 1960s to the Present

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Less Than One exhibition in the Walker Art Center is an international group show of works from postwar period and onwards. Usually when a group show is made it’s based on a certain similar theme, organized chronologically or categorized with some...

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Franz-Ackermann Chronicles of New Urban Realities by Franz Ackermann in Exhibition at Galerie Templon

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Franz Ackermann exhibition at Galerie Templon references old techniques of cubism but surprisingly his works feel so contemporary. His art raises serious questions about challenges of modern life in an ambitious and intelligent way. Franz Ackermann makes...

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Doug DuBois Photographs by Doug DuBois Depict Humanity Through Time – In an Aperture Gallery Retrospective

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Doug DuBois is a name well known to all photography lovers. With the similar raw and endearing aesthetic of Martin Parr and other street photographers, DuBois works slowly and engages in projects that take years to complete. His commitment to photography is a...

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Ravi Zupa exhibition Ravi Zupa Toys With Absurdity of Violence in The Black Book Gallery Exhibition

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Ravi Zupa exhibiton presented by The Black Book Gallery demonstrates mastery in renaissance painting style, collage and drawing. The exhibition title Strike Everywhere refers to a new series that describe Ravi’s production. Rich fusions of old...

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Paintings of Paintings at Transition Gallery by Mike Bartlett and Enzo Marra

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Works of Mike Bartlett and Enzo Marra presented at Transition Gallery in London are questioning the characteristics and limits of the canvas, as a medium they are working with. Even though they use mostly oil, which is considered an old conservative...

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