The link to download the podcasts:
Art Review’s Power 100 list for 2013 has been released – the contemporary art world’s 100 most powerful figures for 2013. Sadly I counted only 23 actual artists on the list. The bulk – collectors, gallerists, curators. Yes, well …
Commemorating the casualties of D-day – and war in general. A powerful message.
Video interview (2010 )with visual arts category winners, Hasan and Husain Essop:
Nele Azevedo’s Melting Man installation in Berlin:
Fancy having a Damien Hirst for $13? This is a (relatively) new concept in collecting art – you buy original art (usually available as a series) for your computer, phone or TV.
I own a Wim Wenders – given to me as a Christmas present last year. I had to get my head around it first – the concept of owning art (which I can enjoy, sell or trade) without having a hard copy of it. It is also a different way for artists putting out their work and making it more accessible to the public, while still earning a revenue.
In the 2003 Reith lecture series , neuroscientist Professor Ramachandran proposes 10 universal laws of art . This is a transcription of the BBC4 radio programme:
Grayson Perry on Who Decides what makes Art Good?