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06
Apr
2011
Art auctions are arguably the most exciting and most disgusting part of the art world today. Rising prices, unregulated market speculations, blue chip investments and historical rip-offs…art auctions got it all, which is why we like to focus on the social and community driven artists’ side of the art world. But there is always exceptions to rules, however unregulated,...
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28
Mar
2011
When browsing through the website of the Dutch artist Dadara one can easily be drawn into his colorful and visionary creations. Whether it be sculptures, paintings or outdoor installations, Dadara’s illustrative clear lines, bright colors and strong messages characterize his work and make his unique voice instantly recognizable. In combination, his projects often create a world of their own....
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25
Mar
2011
a.k.a. the Chopperthieves The Kupferdiebe is on of the first Artist Collective in the Gängeviertel. We established our gallery in 2007, so 2 years before the Gängeviertel gets squaded by 200 artists – means we are the first and “oldest” Gallery in the Gängeviertel (it is in the middles of Hamburg City). Our Idea about te gallery was, that...
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23
Mar
2011
Our very own Harlan Levey, curator, founder of the NNE network and creative director of Modart, has been talking about Mousse for over a year now. While the novel concept of Mousse Art has been developed into a full blown theory Levey has been working on the second book-edition of Modart, which is dedicated to Moussism and its representative...
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23
Mar
2011
Our very own Harlan Levey, curator, founder of the NNE network and creative director of Modart, has been talking about Mousse for over a year now. While the novel concept of Mousse Art has been developed into a full blown theory Levey has been working on the second book-edition of Modart, which is dedicated to Moussism and its representative...
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22
Mar
2011
I-­jusi (roughly translated as “the juice” in Zulu) is an award-­winning, experimental graphics magazine by graphic designer extraordinaire, Garth Walker, born along with the New South Africa in 1994 as a development of the question: “What makes me African?”. Deeply rooted in the African vernacular experience and inspired by the street, i-jusi has found itself on coffee tables and...
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18
Mar
2011
This Saturday, March 19, No New Enemies member Sitnie opens the first part of his solo show titled Noir at the GO Gallery in Amsterdam. The second solo show will take part at C.A.V.E. Gallery in Venice Beach, L.A. on 8 April, 2011. One series, on two sites of this planet and a solo show as US debut. You...
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