5 Art School Undergraduate & Graduate Shows to Attend in London

There is always this thrilling feeling when you enter an art school, the excitement that you are going to witness something special. Maybe cross the path of the next David Hockney, or meet the creative minds behind our future generation of artists. Of course not everything is good or special, but sometimes in the middle of this…

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Short Series : Guy Yanai & Rafe Mullarkey at Rod Barton Gallery

I wrote about Guy Yanai few times on the blog. When I arrived in Israel 3 years ago, he was one of the first artist who openned me his studio and I was straight away fond of his work. More intellectual that it might appear at first sight, and filled with contemporary cultural references, Yanai’s bold artwork is…

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Short Series : Jimmie Durham at the Serpentine Gallery

The “Shorts” are part of a new series of spontaneous posts mixing brief writing, pictures, and unedited videos that I will share every time I  go visit an exhibition or an artist studio. Hope that you will enjoy this little “raw” project. Jimmie Durham‘s exhibition ” Various items and Complaints” at the Serpentine Gallery is without…

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Exhibition Review : “Mini Golf Bat Yam” // Group Show at MoBY

The Museum of Bat Yam a.k.a. the MoBY has a beautiful and quiet iconic venue (a perfect mix of brutalism and modernism architecture), something you will almost not expect from a small town museum. Today I’m meeting Elad Rosen, the curator of MoBY’s newest exhibition “Mini Golf Bat Yam“. Rosen, who is also an artist,…

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Exhibition Diary : Gideon Rubin “Blue House” at Alon Segev Gallery

A couple of weeks ago I finally discovered in the flesh Gideon Rubin’s paintings. It was love at first sight. The Israeli born artist who is now living and working in London, easily captured my intention with his anonymous figures inspired from old Chinese magazines : “During my recent residency at the ‘Da Wang Cultural…

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Exhibition Review : “No Names, No Title ” by Anri Sala at the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art

It’s been a couple of weeks since my last post. I don’t know if it is really a choice or the result of a very busy life. I’m not complaining at all, but I have so much to share with you, new books, new exhibitions, new artists, and of course new studio visits, that I decided…

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