Opening day: Co-Existence Exhibition

Thanks for coming to the opening of the Co-Existence exhibition last Saturday. The event went very well, we had more than 60 people visiting, many interesting conversations, good feedback about the topic and also already some art pieces sold. We want to see more people here and create more resonances regarding the dialogue between technology... Continue Reading →

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About Patronage in te 21st century

An interesting article published yesterday in the New York Times about Patronage in the 21st century. They mentioned In4Art, the platform of incubation and patronage organizing the StARTup Exhibition: Co-Existence that we inaugurate tonight in Amsterdam.  

Co-Existence stARTup Exhibition – Amsterdam

In one week (Saturday May 20th) we'll inaugurate the Co-Existence Exhibition in Amsterdam. Our time is pinpointed by connectedness and dependencies. We are heading towards a Co-Era. The exponential growth of technological possibilities and the need for sustainable solutions for human wellbeing are essential drivers for change. They ask for an ecosystem that CO-operates, CO-llaborates... Continue Reading →

Altar

"Altar" is one of the paintings I'll show in Amsterdam next month, as part of the Co-Existence stARTup exhibition organized by In4art This painting (Acrylic on Canvas, 65 cm x 81 cm) is an altar for our contemporary gods: The invisible Cloud, the omnipresent WiFi, the cult of the “like”, the drones, the smartphones, the... Continue Reading →

Visualizing time

It all started when the first men looked at the sky and watched the stars in continuous motion, uniform and repetitive. The observations of the natural world made them understand that all events occur within a cycle: the migration of animals, flowering, seeding, maturation, harvest and so on. Cyclic time in nomadic people and early... Continue Reading →

Art on your phone

Our phones deserve a beautiful case. Yes, these little objects that invaded our life and changed our way of doing things in the last 10 years are not only useful but also a fantastic place to display art. I'm very happy to collaborate now with Case Station, a company from the UK that prints chic... Continue Reading →

From my bookshelf

"Art is the skill of incarnating an abstract idea in a material object, or finding a way to make an idea palpable and direct." Art as therapy, Alain de Botton, John Armstrong, Phaidon.

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