Cityscape: Antwerp by Karen van Godtsenhoven
Karen van Godtsenhoven, curator at MoMu, shares her perspective on art and culture in Antwerp.
Is contemporary art in China still a man’s world?
"Is contemporary art in China still a man’s world?" is Kirsi Hyotyla's first feature of the series "Notes from China", which will expand on the state of contemporary art in China with posts including interviews with Chinese artists and coverage of art exhibitions in China.
London Exhibition // Restate
art:i:curate exhibition "Restate" investigates the notion of identity by pointing at the difference between inhabited places and anonymous empty spaces and re-establishing the relationship between artistic expression, public perception, and building architecture.
Valentina Dalla Costa, a design journalist based in Milan, gives an insight to the contemporary design scene in Italy.
Projections by Julie Rafalski
art:i:curate artist Julie Rafalski talks about her series of works that reveals the artist’s ongoing engagement with the output of key American icons such as architect Mies van der Rohe and painter Ellsworth Kelly.
In conversation with insitu
art:i:curate interviews the founders of insitu, a non-profit space for contemporary art in the middle of Berlin’s new gallery district of Schöneberg.
Interview with Niamh White
art:i:curate interviews SHOWstudio Associate Director, Niamh White, to discuss her curatorial methodologies, ‘Curated By’ selection, and her picks for upcoming art events this year.
Simona Nastac on contemporary art in Romania
art:i:curate interviews Simona Nastac, a London-based freelance curator and art critic from Romania, for an in-depth insight into the Romanian contemporary art scene.