Julie Calabrese
30 Under 30 Women Photographers / 2020
Selections for 2020 announced

Artpil is proud to announce for its 11th edition the selections for the 30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2020. Founded in 2010, 30 Under 30 Women Photographers has helped emerging, mid-career, as well as some accomplished women photographers to gain further exposure and participate in the collective among peers. With styles ranging from art photography to documentary, portraiture to street and fashion, the works have been overwhelmingly well received.

30 Under 30 Women Photographers / 2020

Ludovica Anzaldi | Marie Aynaud | Marina Balakina | Julie Calabrese | Carmen Colombo | Morgane Delfosse | Mahé Elipe | Rebecca Fertinel | Anne-Charlotte Henry | Ksenia Ivanova | Gabby Jones | Roslyn Julia | Rachel Jump | Aine Kelly | Elif Koyutürk | Jaqueline Larsen | Beatrice Lezzi | Ziqian Liu | Kristina Podobed | Iness Rychlik | Ksenia Simakova | Brianna Soukup | Mika Sperling | Sunny Strader | Jacquelyn Stuber | Mano Svanidze | Julia Szablowska | Louiza Vradi | Allison Zaucha | Ana Zibelnik

  • John Bock: PARA-SCHIZO, ensnarled
    Oct 26 – Dec 13, 2023
    Anton Kern Gallery
    New York, USA

    After a five-year hiatus, German artist John Bock is returning to New York to inaugurate his eleventh exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery with a “lecture” (performance) on the night of the opening. Bock’s universe is a bold, even daring synthesis of different genres including sculpture, performance, and film. In it, material objects, language, and the human body are given equal value; their interactions are powered by the logic of the collage principle, the combination of disparate entities to create a new thing. (more…)

  • popular
    Oct 5, 2023 – Apr 14, 2024
    Institut Valencià d’Art Modern / IVAM
    Valencia, Spain

    What is “popular”? Popular is not fame or celebrity. Popular is not the products of mass culture. Popular is not pop. Popular is not the art of the people, nor the identity of the country, nor the symbols of the nation. The popular is not the product of the proletariat or the craftsmanship of the working classes. The popular is not folklore. The popular is not clichés or tourist souvenirs.The popular is not visual candy, one-euro merchandise, advertising royalties. Popular is somewhere in-between all of that (more…)