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Hybrid: objects for future homes

Design | January 15, 2021

The Powerhouse today unveiled Hybrid, a new exhibition interrogating the contemporary urban condition and exploring the role of the home in 2030. Opening to the public on Saturday 12 September 2020 Read more


PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE MONTH –…

Calls | January 10, 2021

ITSLIQUID Group officially presents PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE MONTH - JANUARY 2021, a competition open to all photographers of any level worldwide and established to increase and develop the art market and the dialogue between collectors, art critics, journalists and art lovers. The winners will be featured on ITSLIQUID Platform, promoted extensively worldwide and considered for any upcoming curatorial projects of ITSLIQUID Group. Read more


Business Bay by Jacobs

Architecture | January 9, 2021

When Dubai Properties decided to create a globally recognized center of commerce in an underused area of Dubai - one that could stand out against the region's rocketing skyline of mega developments - they partnered with Jacobs for help. Together, we created exciting, innovative and practical solutions to complex planning challenges and development opportunities, securing Business Bay's standing as a visionary city center and leading financial capital of the world. Read more


ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2020

Calls | January 8, 2021

ITSLIQUID Group officially presents ARTIST OF THE YEAR, a competition open to anyone and established to increase and develop the art market and the dialogue between collectors, art critics, journalist and art lovers. Making contemporary art accessible to all. Read more


Rosewood Little Dix Bay. Meyer…

Design | January 7, 2021

Rosewood Little Dix Bay epitomizes tranquility and luxury. Nestled naturally into the surrounding landscape on the crescent-shaped bay of Virgin Gorda - 'the Fat Virgin' christened by Christopher Columbus in 1493 Read more


CALL FOR ARTISTS: VENICE INTERNATIONAL…

Calls | January 6, 2021

Venice International Art Fair is a contemporary art fair that presents collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. The 13th edition will represent a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between collectors, artists, photographers, designers and art professionals. The art fair features paintings, sculptures, photography art, installations, video art and live performance. Read more


Meller

Fashion | January 4, 2021

Meller is a collective of creative minds, art lovers and trend followers. We were born in 2014 to transform the latest trends into eyewear and watches. We focus on the design and quality materials to offer unique and affordable accessories. Through our path, we have launched 4 product lines, sunglasses (44 collections), blue light glasses (14 collections), watches (11 collections) and jewelry (9 collections). Read more


Apple Marina Bay Sands by…

Architecture | January 4, 2021

Apple Marina Bay Sands is set to be a distinctive presence on the bay, with a 30-metre diameter dome that is a contemporary interpretation of the geodesic dome, using minimal material to enclose the maximum space. Imagined as a clear bubble in the water, it references the sister pavilion through its materiality and site. Read more


Church and Rothko. Mnuchin Gallery

Art | January 3, 2021

Mnuchin Gallery, in collaboration with Michael N. Altman and Christopher Rothko, is pleased to present Church & Rothko: Sublime, a landmark exhibition mounted in a digitized, online experience Read more


INTERVIEW: LOUISE FOLLIOTT

Interviews | January 2, 2021

Louise Folliott was born and raised in South Africa and has lived in UK and Hong Kong respectively. She completed her MFA with High Distinction in 2019 at RMIT and Hong Kong Art School after completing a PGDIP from Byam Shaw, Central Saint Martin’s in 2010. Her artwork has been selected for the Threadneedle Prize in London in both 2010 and 2013 as well as being selected as a finalist in a photographic competition at the Getty images gallery in London. Read more


ARTIST OF THE MONTH –…

Calls | January 2, 2021

ITSLIQUID Group officially presents ARTIST OF THE MONTH, a competition open to anyone and established to increase and develop the art market and the dialogue between collectors, art critics, journalists and art lovers. Making contemporary art accessible to all. The winners will be featured on ITSLIQUID Platform, promoted extensively worldwide and considered for any upcoming curatorial projects of ITSLIQUID Group Read more


Interview: Maria Stamati

Interviews | January 1, 2021

She was born in Amphilohia at 1962. She studied privately next to Rune Bergstrome (professor of school of Fine Arts in Getteborg, Sweden), in atelier of M. Veloudios too and for short time, next to K. Niarhos. She has presented 20 personal exhibitions in Greece and abroad and has taken part in more than 85 group exhibitions. Read more


Interview: Lora Talbot

Interviews | January 1, 2021

As an undergraduate Lora studied ceramic sculpture and continued to express herself through clay for many years. She threw and hand built vessels but desired more color, depth on the surface of her sculpture. Read more


ARTIST OF THE MONTH –…

Events | January 1, 2021

ITSLIQUID Group is pleased to announce the WINNERS of the ARTIST OF THE MONTH - DECEMBER 2020, a competition open to anyone and established to increase and develop the art market and the dialogue between collectors, art critics, journalists and art lovers. Making contemporary art accessible to all. Read more


Interview: Roger Josefsson

Interviews | January 1, 2021

For 30 years I have worked with a combination of collage and painting and I'm still as fascinated by the surprising possibilities of combination that can arise in this method of creating. Read more


Interview: Martin Sigwald

Interviews | January 1, 2021

SiG's work is extensive, experimental, and packed with symbolism. It is inhabited by the most varied images of different times or artistic periods, these references are mixed with an iconography, which is in principle alien, to build an absolutely original and different discourse; the works provoke a new reading in a paradigmatic framework; they acquire a meaning open to reflection in the viewer. Read more


INTERVIEW: JOSE IGNACIO HERNÁNDEZ

Interviews | December 31, 2020

I started about 25 years ago studying a professional photography course, in my hometown of San Sebastián, Spain. Later, I made several monographs on lighting, fashion and advertising in Madrid and Barcelona. I moved to Barcelona in 2000 and have been an assistant for 2 years. In 2002 I returned to San Sebastián and started working for advertising agencies and publishing houses, combining with teaching at the Basque Institute of Photography. In 2016 I opened my studio "Galerna Studio" and continue with personal projects with architecture and the human being as the basis of my work. Read more


Beblau

Design | December 31, 2020

Beblau is a startup from Barcelona, Spain, that was born to enable organization and mobility working from anywhere. They aim to make work life easier, smarter, more flexible and in style for today's workers, the digital nomads. Beblau makes unique and sleek design smart tech organizers. As co-founder Guido Charosky says "It all started with a pain we observed and that we also had ourselves: changing places when working, either at home or in an office, moving from our desktop to a meeting room carrying our stuff around using your laptop as a tray. Nobody uses a backpack within an office to go to a meeting". Read more


INTERVIEW: MACHINA IMAGINIS

Interviews | December 31, 2020

The Machina Imaginis collective is formed by Jonathan Owadja, Marie Malou and Marcel Siegwart. Jonathan Owadja was born in 1983 in Tel Aviv, Israel, and he currently lives in St. Gallen, Switzerland. He is a graphic designer, Art Director and artist. Marie Malou was born in Brixlegg, Austria, and as well as Jonathan, she lives in Switzerland, in Zürich. Read more


INTERVIEW: STELLA BRAJTERMAN

Interviews | December 30, 2020

Stella Brajterman is an artist, actress, poet and mover. Graduated in Performing Arts at UNIRIO and in Cinema with Darcy Ribeiro. Stella has a 10 years career in Theatre and has researched theatre-dance in Italy with the Potlatch Theater and in London at Trinity Laban, Siobhan Davies and Wayne Mcgregor Choreography Lab. Her last works combined hybrid art expressions. In 2019 she presented her dance-theatre solo "Pé do Ouvido" at Galeria Aymore - RJ and performed in the Art Rio at C Galeria and in the performative installation "Entre Cinzas Ossos e Elefantes". Read more


Mondrian and De Stijl

Art | December 30, 2020

Holland at the beginning of the last century was the birthplace of a totally new form of art, an abstract art based on strict relations between rectangular forms, color planes, and straight lines. In October 1917, during the First World War, a group of young artists in neutral Holland joined forces to create a magazine. Called De Stijl, it presented and promoted this new, innovative art. Read more


Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

Architecture | December 29, 2020

Called America's Best Amphitheatre by Rolling Stone, more than a million concert-goers and outdoor enthusiasts visit Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre each year. As the only naturally-occurring, acoustically-perfect amphitheatre in the world, the venue is listed as a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service and Department of the Interior. Read more


Tortuga Living

Design | December 29, 2020

TORTUGA is rethinking furniture to grow with you. Working with young designers across the globe, the brand brings thoughtful, modular designs into homes and businesses of all sizes. TORTUGA was founded in 2018 by Andrea Hill, the creative brand strategist behind Paloma Powers and CultureTM. Throughout her career, she has brought the ideas of artists and designers to a broader audience. TORTUGA carries this mission into the home interior. The company is inspired by her family's business Hills Imports, which has operated for over 40 years in the home goods industry. Read more


INTERVIEW: FARNOOSH FARMER

Interviews | December 29, 2020

Farnoosh Farmer is a Los Angeles based architectural designer whose work forms at the intersection of art, tectonics, and history. She was born and raised in the capital of Persian art and culture, Shiraz. Read more


The Fullness of Color: 1960s…

Art | December 28, 2020

The Fullness of Color: 1960s Painting reflects the museum's historical engagement with this artistic period, and, while far from comprehensive, seeks to provide a point of departure for future collection growth that may further illustrate the richness of 20th-century painting. Read more


Sweet Land of Funk

Art | December 28, 2020

Sweet Land of Funk, currently on view on the third floor of the Museum's Katz Wing for Modern Art, explores the art movements of 1950s San Francisco. A survey of more than 20 works from the Museum's modern and contemporary art collections by Funk and figurative Bay Area artists, including Viola Frey, Jay DeFeo, Bruce Nauman, Richard Diebenkorn, and Manuel Neri, the special installation creates a sense of the City by the Bay, Oakland, Berkeley, and beyond during the storied period of Beat poets and bohemians, of Haight and "Howl," and of counter-culture that questioned conformity, ongoing military conflicts, the disparity of wealth, and other social issues that would fuel the revolution of the Baby Boomer generation. Read more


Haan

Design | December 27, 2020

HAAN Pocket is the first launch of a young personal care brand that has broken into the market with an atypical approach within the industry. As a result of the disruptive vision of its two founders, HAAN is a company with a double face: on the one hand, it develops design products for the day-to-day care and, on the other hand, it takes a main role in social causes, investing part of its profits to fight against the global water crisis. With little more than a year of life, the brand is already present in about twenty countries in Europe and Asia, in addition to its online store. Read more


INTERVIEW: MARIE-PIERRE DE GOTTRAU

Interviews | December 27, 2020

After obtaining a master's degree in history of art and history at the University of Geneva (1986), I completed my artistic training at the Università Internazionale dell'arte in Florence and obtained my diploma in painting restoration in 1988. Back in Geneva I studied pedagogical studies (1993-95) for the teaching of the history of art and history. Read more