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Shortly after the celebration of her 40th birthday and for the very first time Kate Moss fronts Alexander Mcqueen’s ad campaign for Spring/Summer 2014 shot by Steven Klein.
Luxembourg & Dayan is pleased to announce ‘A Not So Still Life’, an exhibition of two significant late paintings by Lucian Freud (1922–2011), presented alongside other modern works in juxtapositions that invite new associations and insights into the art of a 20th century master.
For the lovers of the movement of comic book pop art, an exciting upcoming event at the Kapopoulos Fine Arts Gallery in Golden Hall is not to be missed! The gallery is hosting the third solo exhibition in Greece by the world renowned artist Erro.
Bill Culbert, New Zealand’s most renowned artist, is well known for making art from light. He is also renowned for lightness of touch – a talent for putting familiar objects together in ways that activate both them and their surroundings.
The mesmerizing subject of shadows, the fleeting glimpse of a transient form, created through the chance configuration of light and shade, has fascinated man throughout the ages. The world renowned self-taught Greek artist, Teodosio Sectio Aurea, has captured this phenomenon and made it his medium for the production of a series of artworks.
A family vacation to San Francisco in the 1990s remained in the heart of a young impressionable schoolboy, and those cherished memories are just as vivid today, now that the same young boy has matured into an established artist known as Word to Mother.
Berlin-based Polish artist Monika Grzymala may begin her thought processes with pencil and paper but her dynamic installations challenge our perceptions of simple line drawings.
When musing on the subject of crystals, our mind is bombarded with a number of thoughts, from the metaphysical to the healing powers of this iridescent stone. A mysterious aura surrounds these miracles of nature which can come in a myriad of forms and colours.
And they said it wouldn’t last! They said that the printed word would become redundant, it would outgrow its usefulness as the growing number of online publications gained popularity.
In the cavernous space which once housed the Athens Stock Exchange in Sofokleous Street, in the heart of the city, a unique event is currently underway. The 4th Athens Biennale 2013 AGORA Week could not have a better location in which to hold a forum which explores the alternatives to a state of bankruptcy.