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Corset or armor? The new artwork by Belinda McNeely

February 12, 2020

Social Media! Is that all we have to offer to this precious birth we have taken on this planet? Interview with Anya Rubin

February 7, 2020

Darren Bader: Fruits, Vegetables; Fruit and Vegetable Salad

January 31, 2020

‘Vernacular Women’ at Rico/Maresca Gallery

January 29, 2020

The waiting room, 2016

January 24, 2020

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February 12, 2020

I have recently came in contact, again through Clio Art Fair, with a new work by Belinda McNeely, who had already participated in the fair last October, and I cannot avoid expressing my enthusiasm for this sculpture.

 Belinda McNeely, Her, 2020, Clay on canvas

Belinda Mc...

February 7, 2020

Artworks created from something more than just intuition, from life led with sensing vibrations around, aiming for a positive and spiritual well-being while being surrounded by technology. It’s Anya Rubin’s artworks. NYC based artist Anya Rubin wishes to create a globa...

January 31, 2020


Darren Bader’s new exhibition “Fruits, Vegetables; Fruit and Vegetable Salad” at the Whitney Museum is an amalgam of sculpture and performance. What starts out as a display of various produce, transforms into an event involving museum staff and visitors. Equal parts e...

January 29, 2020

The women in Rico/Maresca Gallery’s exhibition ‘Vernacular Woman’ are not meant to be the ideal images of beauty. They are meant to be seen, sometimes as a reflection or through voyeurism. Created by those “on the margins” of the art world and unmarred by a traditional...

January 24, 2020

I have been asked to select some special guests for the upcoming Clio Art Fair (March 2020 in NY) and, living abroad, I was browsing the New York contemporary art scene deeper than usual, then I got lost in the guts of this glamorous never-Sleeping Beauty, in the edges...

January 17, 2020

 Luciano Fabro in Milan, 1998, copyright by Mario Gorni

Keeping up the interest in the italian vague of Arte Povera, I would like to talk today about Luciano Fabro sculptor, conceptual artist and writer dead in June 2007.

Fabro was born in Turin, in the Piedmont reg...

January 15, 2020

Jose, what do you find most challenging and most rewarding about being an artist?

The boundaries. You're trying to do something that has been done for so many years on a canvas. But yet, within those limits, you are making something new. The reward is when someone loves...

January 10, 2020

I am often asked by would-be collectors about the difference between Emerging Artists, Mid-career Artists and Established Artist, and, mostly - with a spark of greed lights up in my interlocutor's eyes - what it is convenient to buy. 

Dutiful premise, I am not a specula...

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