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GLOBAL ART MOVEMENT STIGMA : HUSH GALLERY
RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE AT SAKIP SABANCI MUSEUM
INTERVIEW PIA KINTRUP
LET'S MEET NATURAL MYSTIC
METAMORPHOSIS ART FESTIVAL
THE GENIUS OF GIO PONTI
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GLOBAL ART MOVEMENT : STIGMA ART RESIDENCY PROGRAM WILL REALIZED IN ISTANBUL WITH PLUME PACOTILLES AND TANIA BOHUSLAVSKA BY BIPOLAR PROJECTS.
THE SAKIP SABANCI MUSEUM IS HOSTING THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE EXHIBITION IN TURKEY FEATURING RUSSIAN AVANTGARDE, WHICH SHAPED THE ART WORLD IN THE 20TH CENTURY.
METAMORPHOSIS ART FESTIVAL IN THE COLLABORATION WITH ARTE AURORA. ISRAEL BASED PERFORMANCE ARTIST ELA SOLOMON WILL PERFORM AT THE OPENING !
INTERVIEW WITH PIA KINTRUP
GLOBAL ART NEWS
RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE ART ON DISPLAY AT SAKIP SABANCI MUSEUM The Sakıp Sabancı Museum is hosting the most comprehensive exhibition in Turkey featuring Russian avant-garde, which shaped the art world in the 20th century. The exhibition sponsored by Sabancı Holding, titled “Dreaming the Future: Russian Avant-garde Art and Design,” opened on Oct. 18 and features a comprehensive anthology of the Russian avant-garde. Curated by Nazan Ölçer, the head of Sakıp Sabancı Museum, and Maria Tsantsanoglou, the head of the George Costakis Collection at State Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki, the work contains a selection of 513 works from Moscow’s All-Russian Museum of Decorative Arts and Multimedia Art Museum and works from leading private collections in Europe shown together for the first time, as well as the Costakis Collection. It is shedding light on the important place Russian avant-garde occupied in the history of art. Focusing on one of the most sensational periods of 20th century art history, the exhibition represents the fertile productivity of the entire period and the activities of the artists and the schools that aimed to spread their art to every aspect of life with a selection including paintings, design, literature, film and theater. It does not only focus on the dramatic changes and radical developments that happened during the first quarter of the 20th century and prepared the groundwork for intellectual and artistic progress, not just within the Russian artistic culture, but it is designed to hold a mirror to the effect on world art.
The exhibition shows that Russian avant-garde artists in the early 1900s tried to introduce art as a life-changing power, the ground-breaking work of the artists in this period where the reformist atmosphere had been brought about by the October Revolution in 1917, and the social design they tried to put into practice supported by the new regime and also the wide boundaries of the future they dreamt of. The exciting technological developments and industrialization that occurred in the early 20th century turned the avant-garde artists towards science and overcoming the boundaries of the earth. Dreams of space reflected the beliefs the artists had for the future, and this is very vividly reflected in the works displayed in this exhibition.Â
Design For Living: The Genius of Gio Ponti GLOBAL ART AND MORE
Architect, artist, writer, editor, designer of everything from cutlery to coffee machines, sofas to stage sets, Gio Ponti, one of the creative giants of the 20th century, was a creative dynamo. A major new exhibition at the MusĂŠe des Art DĂŠcoratifs in Paris, which runs from October 19 to February 10 celebrates his lifetime achievements.
The show, entitled Tutto Ponti: Gio Ponti, Archi-Designer, is the first retrospective of his work in France, and will include over 500 items from both public and private collections, some of which have never been shown before. Born in 1891, Ponti studied architecture at the University of Milan before setting up his own practice, though from an early age he began combining architecture and design. In 1923, he became the creative director of the Italian porcelain company Richard Ginori, whose designs he transformed, while also practicing as an architect and, in 1928, setting up the influential magazine Domus, which he edited (apart from a few years in the 1940s) until his death in 1979.
During a prolific 60-year career, he designed private villas and city skyscrapers, art museums and cathedrals, glassware and lighting, tiles and fabrics, wrote books and scripted screenplays - but for Ponti all these things were connected. As the legendary American designer Charles Eames once remarked, Ponti was â€œone of the rare ones â€“ an architect who considers everything as architecture and has practiced architecture in all his work.â€?
BIPOLAR PROJECTS ART INITIATIVE
GLOBAL ART MOVEMENT : STIGMA INTERNATIONAL ART PROJECTS WITH BIPOLAR ARTISTS BY BIPOLAR PROJECTS
Founder of Bipolar Projects, Fatmagül Mutlu said : ''I am proud to be among the young social entrepreneurs who have been selected for the Redbull Amaphiko Connect Program! Thanks to Redbull, Artness System and August Exhibition Space Berlin for your support! Bipolar Projects, funded by the EU Program of Sivil Düşün ''Global Art Movement: Stigma'' will be in March with Disneyland performance artist Plume Pacotille and talented young artist Tania Bohuslavska from Ukraine will perform production and exhibition program in Istanbul ! At the end of January we will have a busy study program with Arte Aurora & Artness System for our art festival in Barcelona. Many new projects, where the production of bipolar artists are publicized and employment studies are being carried out, are now being...''
Performance Session by Ela Solomon
Metamorphosis Art Festival CURATED BY FATMAGUL MUTLU
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ROMANTIC PENINSULA BY ASYA SEVDALINOVA DZHANKOVA
Tulum’s special energy became clear when talking to longtime residents, locals, and lucky visitors. It all just seems to work flawlessly. Everyone wants to be here, and it shows on their faces. People seem to light up when talking about their city. Tulum has somehow managed to retain its simple “live and let live” atmosphere, inviting many to experience its exquisite charms.
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Pia Kintrup INTERVIEW
Pia Kintrup was born in Germany. Talented artist studied ay Folkwang University of Arts in the photography department. Kintrup is winner of ‘‘Exzellenz Stipundium‘‘ scholarship by Marianne-Ingenwerth Foundation in 2013 and has MA degree from Folkwang University of Arts. In 2018, artist participated group show in Germany, Italy and UK.
AN INTERVIEW WITH PIA KINTRUP BY ASYA SEVDALIVA DZHANKOVA
INSTALLATION ART AT METAMORPHOSIS ART FESTIVAL
1. Hello PIA KINTRUP. Congrats to being selected as an interview artist. You’d got scholarship from Marianne-Ingenwerth
2.What is the experience that has influences your work the most?
Foundation. Could you please talk about your scholarship program?
I really like to travel and to experience
Thank you very much. I am glad to become of part of
different cultures and languages. Thinking
Artness System and also for having the chance to take
about where my inspiration comes from. I
part in the Metamorphosis Art Festival Barcelona in
would say that travelling and exploring
2019. The scholarship was not a program, it was a
new places is very important for me as an
prize which I won in 2013 for recent artwork, especially
artist and for the development of my
for my final bachelor project called HORROR VACUI.
3.Are you focused on a specific theme? Nowadays there is no space for emptiness. Based on this area of tension my work is connected through themes of emptiness, abundance, and transformation. The title of my ''Horror Vacui'', for example, refers to a psychological phenomenon of the same name. Theme of emptiness is describing a fear of empty space also. The subject of this artwork is the visual impression of patterns in relation to empty space. I did some couple of works, which lead to an idea of the world where the level of emptiness is raised. Transformational processes, value and photographic of transition are also very important for my work.
4. Would you talking about your upcoming projects? What issues do you plan to produce? At the moment, I am working on two different work in progress. One is called ''The nonexistent areas are particular interest'', It is about artificial places, which are also an extreme of staging and control. The other is a series of photograms, which I expose only by lighting a match. The series is more like a work cycle and I am glad that it is going further and takes a new direction.
5.What do you think about ARTNESS SYSTEM? My impression of Artness System that is highly professional, and a helpful platform, even for young emerging artists to realize their projects and to get a better chance of being seen in the jungle of international contemporary art.
SIGNIFICANT CONTEMPORARY APPROACH AN INTERVIEW WITH ROBERTA GUARNA BY FATMAGĂœL MUTLU
Roberta Guarna was born in Florence. His father worked in the haute couture sector as a costume designer, stylist and model maker, while his mother loved to paint and create country landscapes on canvas in her free time. Since childhood, Roberta has studied and been educated in the best women's education institutions in Florence. One of these was Villa la Quiete delle Montalve, an ancient building belonging to the De 'Medici family. She has been educated with the utmost rigor in the arts and other disciplines to which she has always dedicated herself with passion and dedication.
1. Hello Roberta Guarna. Congrats to being
2. Which kind of creative inspiration does your
selected as an interview artist. Could you
art effected by? How do you convey messages
please talk about your art background? I would
like to ask if you would answer. Your biography include that your life way is full of pain and hard. Could you explain the struggle?
My art is influenced by several factors: Dadaist movement of Berlin and the great and courageous Artist Annah Hoch. I love the courageous people.
Daughter of art, since childhood, I have studied and
Even other artistic figures inspire me and have
have been educated in the best women's education
influenced me and continue to do liKe Francis
Institutes in Florence. Every day I walked among
Picabia, Marc Chagall my favorite. For the
works of art of rare beauty and was educated with
Photography: Vivian Maier, Francesca Woodman,
the utmost rigour to the arts and to the other
Robert Doisneau, Sebastiano Salgado, Masao
disciplines to which have always devoted myself
Yamamoto. Music, Literature and Poetry influence
with passion and dedication. In my lifetime I have
my work a lot. Also my life influences my works. In
been attended several laboratory and specialized
fact, many works are autobiographical.
courses to learn the most different techniques: clay,
Expresses myself in particular through analogue
chalk, pyrography, painting, etc.
Collages integrating them with the most varied
Sorry,about to the painful aspects of my life I would
techniques and materials.
rather not talk about it.
3. What are you currently working on? There is no precise project I’m working on right now. Everyting born from the ispiration and the feeling that crosses my heartan my mind at the moment.
4. Would you talking about your upcoming projects? What issues do you plan to produce? I don’t really love doing particulary projects in the artistic field. I prefer to follow my heart day by day. So to this question I answer as I said in the previous question
The path of his life has been painful and difficult, but in these circumstances he has always found comfort in the Faith and in Art in every form of expression. Over the years he has attended numerous artistic and creative workshops in order to learn the most varied techniques until determining the Laboratory of "Art and Identity" conducted and edited by the international artist Agnese Purgatorio with which he also learned the technique of artistic collage . Roberta's work does not want to be abstract and without meaning. Often autobiographical, it is aimed at that part of society that is marginalized, invisible and fragile.
5. Could you please share your messages to global art market in your approach for artists who is new in the global art market? My messages are passsion, feeling, onesty, freedom, respect, always.
6. Would you suggest cooperating with us? What do you think about Artness Group? Artness System is a new Group for me very friendly, efficient and I admire its committent against the stigma of Society and for its dialogue and confront that leads about Bipolar Disorder
Vivian Stearns Kohler INTERVIEWÂ
My inspiration comes from an admiration of Asian Culture and my designs reflect that influce in contemporary fused glass pieces for home decor and jewelery. Other mediums I enjoy are oil and acrylic paint on watercolor paper which become biomorphic shapes. Oil is also a favored medium as I enjoy manipulating itâ€™s buttery quality. Favourite subjects include landscapes, flowers and animals. Happily, my luminous hot glass designs, oil and acrylic paintings are enjoyed by private collectors from around the world.
VIVIAN STEARNS KOHLER
1. Hello VIVIAN STEARNS KOHLER. Congrats to
2. What experience has influenced your work
being selected as an interview artist. Could you
please talk about your artistic background? Focusing on creation during the last decade plus, My inspiration comes from an admiration of Asian Culture and my designs reflect that influence in contemporary fused glass pieces for home décor, jewelry as well as paintings. Other mediums I enjoy
has given me the experience to have confidence in my self- expression. Creativity cannot be forced; it comes from within and finds an outlet in a chosen medium.
expressing myself with are oil, acrylic and pastels. Favorite subjects include landscapes, flowers and
3. Are your works focused on a specific theme?
animals and abstracts. There is no basic theme or style to my work. The one Happily, my luminous hot glass designs and
constant, however, would be my love of color. I only
paintings are enjoyed by private collectors from
create artwork that pleases my artist’s eye and don’t
around the world.
follow trends or constant repetition.
4. In which way does your works connect with audiences? 6. Did you enjoy the cooperation with us? The use of color and form has a visceral effect on viewers. Visceral as relating to deep inward feelings I feel very honored to be selected for an interview with
rather than to the intellect.
Artness Contemporary and have felt respected and appreciated. Thank you!
5. What do you think about ARTNESS CONTEMPORARY ?
It is exciting to part of a bigger artist family and learn about international opportunities to share my vision.
AN INTERVIEW WITH SHIBA KHAN BY ASYA SEVDALIVA DZHANKOVA
METAMORPHOSIS ART FESTIVAL BARCELONA
“My paintings are a portrayal of my inner thoughts and feelings in response to my surroundings.To me, art is a form of self-expression without boundaries. It helps me see things from different perspectives, taking me on path spontaneity and discovery. I express my feelings and emotions by employing bold colors and textures in my paintings to portray my love for life and the beauty and magnificence of the natural word” Shiba Khan www.artnessystem.com
1. Hello Shiba Khan. Congratulations to be
3. Global art market is changed by lots of
selected artist for Metamorphosis Art Festival
new ideas and innovations. What are the
Barcelona by Artness System. Could you talk
plans for the coming period to continue in
about your background in art market? What is
the global art market ?
the experience that has incfluenced your work the most?
See with time new ideas and innovations will keep on coming , if it will not happen , things will finish .
I am a designer by profession and creativity is my
Like changes in other areas , there are changes in art
passion. I persuit my career as a fashion designer for
market too. An increasing confiedence is likely to
12 years and the coming to Dubai I just left
support the modern and contemporary art. The
everything behind in India but art came along with
contemporary art is really going to be on bumpy ride
me . Before I usse to design clothes and now I design
and love for modern art will be increased but eara of
my emotions on canvas. Art is very vast, so is the art
rennisance will never end.
market . You can never predict it. But abstract expressionism always work. For me nature and social happenings are most influencial. They give me the ideas which I put on canvas .
4. What do you desire your audiences to take away from your art? What is role does the artists plays in society and the contemporary art?
2. Which art themes do you pursue? What is your preferred subject, if there is any?
It depends on audience. From which place they belong, it plays very important role in the selection
Abstract expressionism is the theme which I love most and that is clearly visible in my work. Hans Hoffman , Wassily Kandinsky their work is like a catalyst for my ideasand thoughts. yaa my preffered subject I will say is emotions, Struggle, Optimism and path . Use of bold colors , different textures , and mix medium I really love to do. These are my strength.
of artwork. But I will love if my New collections based on doors named SHIFARA COLLECTION and sibling love named REMEMBRANCE they buy it will be great for me. Art really plays very important role in society . A single canvas can speak so many things which is not possible to say in words. Art is very expressive , it has deep impact on veiwers mind and heart .
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