Author: Artvisor

Alchemical Imagination: A Group Exhibition Organized by Artvisor and Presenza

Alchemical Imagination: A Group Exhibition Organized by Artvisor and Presenza

Author: Yoli Terziyska Artvisor and Presenza have come together with the launch of the group exhibition Alchemical Imagination. Currently on display at LIBRARY, a private members club in London, are 27 works by 10 international artists working in different media. Some of the artworks are by promising emerging talents, others are made by mid-career or established [...]

13th October 201728th August 2021
Frieze Week With Artvisor: Monday 2nd – Sunday 8th October

Frieze Week With Artvisor: Monday 2nd – Sunday 8th October

Frieze Week With Artvisor: Monday 2nd – Sunday 8th October Author: Yoli Terziyska Blueprint Breakfast Briefings: Art Startup Pitch  On Wednesday 4th October at Cromwell Place between 9am - 12pm, Blueprint Breakfast Briefings: Art Startup Pitch will give the stage to a select group of promising art startups to pitch their businesses to a group [...]

2nd October 201728th August 2021
Coffee with Alessandro Roma

Coffee with Alessandro Roma

Coffee with Alessandro Roma Author: Yoli Terziyska “It is impossible to know where you are here, only your direction is known” Of Walking in Ice, Wednesday 4th of December, Werner Herzog  Alessandro Roma, born in Milan in 1977, is a multi-media artist living and working between London and Milan. He studied at the Brera Art Academy [...]

20th September 201728th August 2021
This Week In Art: Monday 11th – Sunday 17th September

This Week In Art: Monday 11th – Sunday 17th September

Our weekly round-up of the best art exhibitions to attend, and engaging reads to keep you up to speed What’s happening this week · Mark your calendars – after (10!) long years of delays, the Louvre in Abu Dhabi is set to finally open its doors this November. [Artnet News] · Art and crime: father-and-son duo caught [...]

13th September 201728th August 2021

Code Art Fair 2017

This year, Artvisor and a host of emerging and established galleries will be flocking to Denmark for CODE, Copenhagen’s premier art fair. As a relative newcomer to the circuit of global art fairs, Code Art Fair, which is about to launch its second edition, is already making waves in the art world. Set in the bustling [...]

29th August 201728th August 2021
Artist Spotlight: Folkert De Jong

Artist Spotlight: Folkert De Jong

Born: 1972 in Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands Lives and works in: Amsterdam Latest Exhibition: Weird Science, Gem Museum of Contemporary Art, The Hague. Folkert De Jong creates macabre sculptures from polyutherene and styrofoam. His human sized figures are dismembered and reattached in bizarre poses. They often come dressed in theatrical clothing and splashed in [...]

25th August 201728th August 2021
Artist Spotlight: Salvatore Arancio

Artist Spotlight: Salvatore Arancio

Born: 1974 in Catania, Italy Lives and works in: London, UK Current show: A Tranquil Star, Malta Contemporary Art, Malta Salvatore Arancio’s work is characterized by juxtapositions: natural forms and artificial compositions, beauty and imperfections, science and legend. Following the recent conclusion of his solo show in Milan, And These Crystals Are Just Like Globes [...]

10th August 201728th August 2021
This Week In Art: Monday 31st July – Sunday 6th August

This Week In Art: Monday 31st July – Sunday 6th August

Our weekly round-up of the best art exhibitions to attend, and engaging reads to keep you up to speed What’s happening this week Microsoft Paint survives! The beloved program was facing the ax, but after protests Microsoft concede that the classic won’t go away so easily. [News Watch TV] Is it ever okay for a [...]

31st July 201728th August 2021
Artist Spotlight: Carla Busuttil

Artist Spotlight: Carla Busuttil

Born: 1982 in Johannesburg, South Africa Lives and works in: Oxford, UK Current exhibition: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London (June 13th - August 20th 2017) The South African born artist Carla Busuttil reformulates the conventions of portraiture to create grotesquely comical imagery. By parodying the faces, gestures and clothing of influential figures, she examines the [...]

28th July 201728th August 2021