Norwegian artist Jana Winderen records sounds below the surface of our blue planet to compose a site-specific sensory environment for the Collins Park Rotunda in Miami Beach. In The Art of Listening: Under Water, Miami’s waterways, the Barents Sea and the Tropical Oceans come together within the spherical space, to immerse you in an acoustic collage.
Here we go! Our TOP 20 LIST for Miami Art Week 2019 begins with episodes to whet your appetite for this December’s feast of international…
Our experts guide to Miami Art Week 2019, prepares you for the intense burst of local and international art that will transfigure the cultural landscape.
Views from the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial begin to reveal the worlds of culture, history and politics in the built and natural environment of this metropolis.
Artist Trenton Doyle Hancock brings his mythological “Moundverse” to Miami in 2019. Locust Projects gives over the entire space to his site-specific installation—a world inspired by comic books, toys, horror films and animations.
Miami-based Korean American visual artist CYJO takes us to discover exceptional work in the photographic medium at the Art Basel Miami Beach art fair and introduces her own practice of exploring the complexities of identity, beauty and belonging through photography, video and text.
Freelance, filmmaker Juan Botta’s inventive Instagram film series, empathizes with the challenges of living and working in Puerto Rico today.
Today, we bring you sound art, in our second guest-curated segment with Contemporary Musiking Hong Kong. CMHK is an incubator for cross-disciplinary practices in music, sound and technology. In July 2018, composer and sound artist Samson Young introduced the first Hong Kong Mixtape, a set of nine sound art compositions. One year later, musician Him Cheung takes us back to the former British colony to share five sonic responses to highly volatile current events.
Philadelphia-based art historian Deborah Barkun talks about the pleasure and critical thinking that she discovers each time she explores the Venice Art Biennale and collateral events. Through her eyes, we understand that the venerated exhibition never fails to bring together a complex constellation of art encounters—always stimulating the senses and challenging the mind, always offering a glimpse into our contemporary psyche.
Nashville, Tennessee, Music City, U.S.A., aims to become known as the nation’s start up capital, too. Every year since 2012, Launch Tennessee hosts the 36|86 Entrepreneurship Festival to encourage new business endeavors. In 2019, Festival organizers invited Fresh Art International to curate a presentation around building the creative economy.
For a live audience gathered inside the historic Acme Seed & Feed building, we bring to the stage Nashvillian Harry Allen, boutique banker, Emily Best, Los Angeles based filmmaker and film producer, and Andrea Zieher, director of Tennessee’s near future contemporary art triennial. Our conversation reveals how the same risk taking and innovation that drive all startups fuel the most impactful creative entrepreneurship.