This week again I’m oh so surprised by the amount of new exhibitions opening in the white city. Tel Aviv definitely has an impressive arty rhythm, giving us the opportunity to discover every week different facets of the local art scene. There will be no exception this time, have a look at the recommendations I…Read More
Interview : Guy Criden
Few weeks ago I decided to post on the blog a visual diary of some of Guy Criden’s artworks. I didn’t know much about the Israeli artist, I just knew that I felt connected to its art. His collages are very intellectual and cerebral, mixing together images that he picked up from different sources to…Read More
10 Ideas to connect with the Tel Aviv Art Scene
When I arrived in Israel about a year ago, I had to dig on my own into the Israeli art scene, discovering a brand new art world starting from scratch. There is definitely something exciting and stirring about it, but its also nice to have some tips already prepared for you. This list is a…Read More
Art Nerd : Does Tumblr has the cool factor?
Social medias became such a part of our daily life that it seems quiet natural to spend few hours a day browsing Facebook, pinning on Pinterest, filtering on Instagram, recording on Vine, and of course blogging. I must admit that I’m often using The Bubblist as an excuse to satisfy my social medias cravings, but…Read More
Art in the Digital Age
Since writing about Jay Z’s recent foray into performance art I’ve started to contemplate the use of new media in the discovery of visual arts. Let me first explain, I was not raised in an art loving family. We did not spend weekends at the Tate Modern. We did not loan works to the Pompidou,…Read More
Trend : The Art of the #artselfie
Like a lot of us, I have a tiny Instagram addiction (but I might be on the road of recovery). Instagram is a social network base on pictures sharing, giving everyone the feeling to be a great, insightful and special photographer. Despite the fact that artists nowadays are making this media more interesting by using the platform to share…Read More
Is accessible or affordable art the new trend?
With the emergence of new types of art fairs taking place in parallel of the big established ones, and the success of the e-commerce, Art is becoming accessible and affordable. Buying art was always associated to certain crowds like collectors, elites or let’s face it, people with money. Now, due to the initiative of few organizations and…Read More