Sinziana Velicescu’s work is a minimalist and abstract approach, a modern chronicling of a quiet land surveyor, completely separated of sentimentality. The publication of her series is a documentation of time, bracketed in images of framed surfaces of space.
The Observatory: Art And Life In The Critical Zone revolves around the intricate relationships among humans, animals, plants, earth material, and other forms of life. The exhibition brings together a collection of new and existing artworks by twenty-six artists who, in diverse ways, actively engage with the multifaceted elements present in the “critical zone.” (more…)
Love is one of the most difficult things to photograph, yet this anthology of moving, unexpected images captures the heart of what it means to know and love another. From first love to lost love, these intimate portraits express the tenderness and vulnerability, passion and patience of this powerful emotion. (more…)
Blind Spot by artist Julie van der Vaart is a poetic exploration of the concepts of imaginary time and deep time. Photographs of the human body, caves and water(falls) are choreographed into disorientating sequences to reveal correlations between images. (more…)
Here we are again, this time, rounding out our sixth year with 4,000 pages of Articles, Profiles, and Announcements in our growing archive and over 3.5 million visits strong. A very exciting journey it has been, indeed. With our sixth year anniversary Prescription, we continue to move forward. (more…)
The first edition of Thailand Biennale was initiated by the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Thailand’s Ministry of Culture in Krabi in 2018, followed by Korat in 2021. By alternating the locations from various provinces throughout the country, the spirit of the Thailand Biennale decentralizes artistic activities (more…)
The wall gives hold. It doesn‘t move. [ . . . ] It divides.
It encloses. [ . . . ]
It protects and endangers.
It guides and restricts.
(Excerpt from the self-published zine It Remains Unchanged). (more…)