“OUTPUT BEFORE INPUT – BUY A RICE COOKER.” INTERVIEW: TOM SACHS

An exhibition named “Timeline” by the American artist Tom Sachs is currently taking place at the SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen. The museum of contemporary art, only a few kilometers from Stuttgart, features a retrospective of the artist, the first major solo exhibition in Germany for over 15 years.  To learn more about the current retrospective as wellContinue reading ““OUTPUT BEFORE INPUT – BUY A RICE COOKER.” INTERVIEW: TOM SACHS”

ABORIGINAL ART EXPEDITION IN THE SWISS ALPS: INTERVIEW WITH BÉRENGÈRE PRIMAT

Recently, Andy meets Warhol visited Fondation OPALE, the only foundation dedicated to Aboriginal Art in Europe, located in Lens, Valais Switzerland. The current show Resonances, as well as an interview with founder Bérengère Primat aim to shed more light on the topic of Aboriginal Art and founding and running an art foundation. Tell me aboutContinue reading “ABORIGINAL ART EXPEDITION IN THE SWISS ALPS: INTERVIEW WITH BÉRENGÈRE PRIMAT”

SHUNK-KENDER: HIGHLIGHTS FROM A TRAVEL BACK IN ART HISTORY

Recently, Andy meets Warhol visited an exhibition dedicated to German photographer Harry Shunk and Hungarian photographer János Kender at the MASI Palazzo Reali in Lugano. The artistic duo began working together in the 1950s. Their long-term collaboration included the documentation of art openings, biennials and artists working in their studios or during public performances. HereContinue reading “SHUNK-KENDER: HIGHLIGHTS FROM A TRAVEL BACK IN ART HISTORY”