One of the most important artists working today, Cornelia Parker is known for her transformation of everyday objects into unexpected, haunting scenarios – things are exploded, shot, turned back to front and rearranged in often surprising ways. Her subjects hang at the very moment of their transformation, suspended in time and completely still.
Edward Hopper at Fondation Beyeler
Luis Barragán – Pritzker Winning Architect
Nicola Bertellotti – Phenomenology of The End
Touch has a Memory
Pierre Soulages’ Outrenoir: Alchemy Of Black Light
Short Story about Love in the Outbreak of Corona
Blue Ice – Exploring Glacial Caves in Iceland
Captivating Movement of Mary Remy
Crossing the Andes in the footsteps of Charles Darwin
Colombia – Beautiful Colors of Cartagena
Desert Rose by Jean Nouvel
Wildest Dreams – ‘East-West/West-East’ by Richard Serra
The Biosphere – Buckminster Fuller
Iris Van Herpen – the Future is Now
Magic of Fabien Prioville Dance Company
Why Zest and Curiosity?
Luis Barragán was a world-renowned minimalist Mexican architect. His emotional architecture has influenced many contemporary architects, visually and conceptually. Barragán won the Pritzker Prize, the highest award in architecture and his own home and studio, Casa Luis Barragán, have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Social distancing is the new expression and the world is now as we never imagined it would be. We are abstaining from touch and are isolated in our own homes all around the world to protect the community. Globally, we are affected by the same experience as we battle COVID-19 together. There is an enormous understanding and compassion between us.
Until recently, Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall were the only two artists in history who were honored with their respective solo exhibitions at Louvre Museum in Paris during their lifetime. In December 2019, these illustrious names were joined by another- Pierre Soulages. It was celebration of the remarkable career and his 100th birthday.
I was riding in a taxi when I first laid my eyes on the National Museum of Qatar. The locals affectionately call Jean Nouvel’s magnificent architecture the Desert Rose. The structure felt like a mirage. So unusual, futuristic, yet somehow very organic. Its form evokes the desert – endless, timeless…
For many years, I have followed work of performance artist Marina Abramovic and had a pleasure of meeting her in Atlanta. Andrej Vidovic, joins me with the captivating review of Abramovic’s lectures in the latest exhibition “The Cleaner.” The Belgrade exhibition holds unique significance because of the artist’s return to her estranged place of birth.
So far, I have been in over 60 countries. I believe in more than 40 countries around the world I have done my hair. I was curious about how my life would be if I lived in any of these places. What would life be like if I did regular things like going to market or to the hair salon to style my hair?
Every hair salon in the world could be its own story.