This week’s top 7 includes poppies, fireflies, heavy balloons, bright landscapes, imagined architecture, witchcraft and live butterflies.
For centuries, Western art traditions have been centred on creating tangible and physical objects such as paintings, architecture and sculpture. Viewing art therefore, has been about seeing and looking. In contemporary art today, often something non-tangible must be accepted, even momentarily, to allow the artist to make their intended impression.
Six internationally renowned private collectors have been asked to act as curators and to each choose four artists who play… Read More