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Reading The Book of Disappearance in Times of Genocide

The Book of Disappearance is a 2014 novel written by Palestinian author Ibtisam Azem, which was translated from Arabic to English by Sinan Antoon, an Iraqi poet and novelist. Artist and writer Nourhan Maayouf returns to this book in early 2024, in a context which demands a new reading due to the continuing genocidal campaign in Gaza.

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Interviews

Andrei Molodkin On His Threat to Destroy $45 Million of Masterpieces by Picasso, Warhol and Rembrandt to Save Julian Assange

How Andrei Molodkin is holding $40 million worth of art hostage in support of Julian Assange.

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Opinion

Artists + Allies x Hebron Launches Union Magazine

Artists + Allies x Hebron has launched Union Magazine - a new publication dedicated to platforming the work of Palestinian artists.

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Collecteurs Selects

Collecteurs Selects: 5 Recent Exhibitions Showcasing Bogotá’s Vibrant Scene Before the Art Fair Season Closes In

Experience the vibrant cultural landscape of Bogotá, where Friday evenings come alive at the intersection of art and urban life. From blue-chip galleries in the trendy Chicó district to underground artist-run spaces in San Felipe, the city unfolds like a patchwork quilt of creativity. Whether you choose to explore high-profile exhibitions or immerse yourself in the avant-garde nightclubs and after-parties, Bogotá’s cultural tapestry defies simple definition. As the art fair season approaches, five diverse exhibitions showcase the city’s dynamic and rich artistic scene, embodying the essence of this captivating metropolis.

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Collecteurs Selects

Collecteurs Selects: Exhibitions to See in Dubai in October and November 2023

Dubai’s art scene is evolving beyond traditional galleries, with pop-up exhibitions in unexpected spaces. “Utopia” featured 13 site-specific interventions in a beachside apartment, while Lithuanian artist Birute Brandt’s pop-up showcased pastel-colored paintings in a lighting studio. These initiatives add new dimensions to Dubai’s artistic landscape.

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Interviews

Artists’ Artists: Interview with Martín La Roche

In this new series of interviews we dive into the private collections of artists. Whether these collections are of bought or exchanged works, we get a glimpse into what inspires artists when they are not creating. The artists’ artist is a term that refers to an artist that may be overlooked by the market or art historical canon, but who is highly respected among peers. Join us as we discover the unique connection between collecting and the creative process.

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Land, Art: Free Diving into a James Turrell

In 1962, J.G. Ballard published “The Drowned World”, a novel set in a science-fiction scenario in which global warming has caused significant sea-level rise. The author adapts the Freudian concept of “regression” - or a psychological defence mechanism that causes the long-term reversion to the ego at an earlier stage of development - to physiological and genetic adaptations of species in the face of the climate crisis.

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Opinion

Can We Cancel History?: Reflections on the 50th anniversary of the death of Pablo Picasso

2023 has seen a plethora of exhibitions dedicated to the legacy of the great master of Modern Art—Pablo Picasso. Yet, his personal mythology has been increasingly referenced as a paramount example of the womanizing “genius” and bad-boy that causes social unsafety within the art world. How do we deal with the questions that contemporary paradigm shifts bring up about such highly respected figures?

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Collecteurs Selects

Collecteurs Selects: 5 Exhibitions to See in Brussels this Fall

Brussels is known around the world for its strong gallery scene and culture of collecting. This year, the Brussels Gallery Weekend launched the art season in the Belgian capital with the participation of 45 galleries. There is a lot to see so if you find yourself in town for a day. Here’s what our editor Àngels Miralda thinks you shouldn’t miss.

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Interviews

Why Does So Much AI Art Look Like Comic Books? AMA with Amelia Winger-Bearskin

Exploring AI Art: Unveiling Aesthetics & Innovations. Join us for an interview with Amelia Winger-Bearskin as we decode the world of AI-generated imagery.

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Interviews

Interview with Lukas Jakob: The Future of Collecting

At Collecteurs, one of our central missions is to demystify collecting and to highlight the cultural and creative agency of contemporary art patrons. Our interviews with collectors offer a deep-dive into the visions and themes that shape private collections. Often imagined as opaque and inaccessible, we turn this around to highlight the individuals behind this essential pillar of the art world.

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Interviews

Artists’ Artists: Interview with Oriol Vilanova

In this new series of interviews we dive into the private collections of artists. Whether these collections are of bought or exchanged works, we get a glimpse into what inspires artists when they are not creating. The artists’ artist is a term that refers to an artist that may be overlooked by the market or art historical canon, but who is highly respected among peers. Join us as we discover the unique connection between collecting and the creative process.

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