Archive for March, 2022
Sumo – The Crazy Bald Head of the Metaverse The Journey of an Established Artist into the Digital Realm. By Mira El-Khalil Monday, 28 March 2022 All images featured in this article are provided by the artist. The rise of Non Fungible Tokens as art to acquire has emerged through creators in abundance, [...]
March Marquee Week Confirms Appetite for Young Contemporary Artists By Olivia Wilson London’s March sales of modern and contemporary art at Sotheby’s, Christie’s, and Phillip’s auction houses, racked up £577.5 million ($760 million). This total was 35% more than last year’s equivalent sales in London, confirming the increasing recovery [...]
A letter to Cici By Nabil Abou-Dargham In remembrance of the well-known portraitist of the Arab World, Cici Sursock (1923-2015), and for the occasion of her birthday anniversary (March 23rd), Nabil Abou-Dargham presents a lettre-ouverte to Cici. So, Cici, everything goes like a bird’s song in the skies. It’s life, this miraculous creation that defeats [...]
March 12, 2022 By Emma Grayson Margarita Kiryushkina and Jessica Tatievski of Neue Projects As we settle into 2022, it’s safe to say that NFTs, and their application in the art world, are here to stay. Those brave enough to explore this domain find a community of open-minded innovators. Margarita Kiryushkina and Jessica Tatievski [...]
Etel, Simone, some dishes and lilies of the valley - By Ibrahim Kombarji I dreamed quite often of the day I would meet Etel. I give myself the permission to call her by her first name as we all do with magical daily poets that touch us and intrinsically become [...]
March will spring about moving reads by specialists who will remind us of several great artists including Etel Adnan. An insightful letter was written to Cici Sursock by a stellar guest writer and a feature about artist Tom Young will be a few of the house's most interesting entries yet. Moreso, a slow step into [...]
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