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Art World

As art continues to innovate we present
a comprehensive overview of contemporary art
in its pursuit of new perfection;
everything from concept, performance, to technology.

  • Art Insight

    Read trends ahead of time through the eyes of global leaders

    All around the world, numerous exhibitions, biennales and various art events are being held, and their themes and approaches are diverse indeed. Would it not be great to have a bird’s eye view of the course and trends in contemporary art, to have foresight, to take a step ahead and even overtake the trend?
    This corner will feature leading museum curators, art critics, and art directors from around the world. The industry leaders will be interviewed to share their insightful perspectives and unique opinions on contemporary art. Presented will be an opportunity to not only comprehend contemporary art trends, but also look into trends of the near future.

  • Art Insight #26: Serge Lasvignes

    Art Insight #26: Serge Lasvignes

    President of the Centre Pompidou

  • Art Insight: History

    Art Insight: History

    Insightful perspectives and unique opinions of global leaders on contemporary art

  • Art & Technology

    Technology parks at the ‘art junction’

    The definition of machine varies vastly depending on whether they are seen as mere machines, or identified within the context of technology. In itself, a machine is perceived as an objet, but technology is understood as what moves those very machines, a rule that embodies its principles of operation. In practice, we blur machines and technologies, lump them together, and refer to them simply as machines. However, the modern machines have become much closer in definition to technology. Here are some of the most innovative technologies leading us into the future, and the artists who are addressing these advancements. They focus largely on the importance of coexistence between man and machine. We are proud to present their work and the technology, which bring to the forefront the phenomenon of machines’ external aesthetics and "movement" as an intrinsic value.

  • Art & Technology #30: Ian Cheng

    Art & Technology #30: Ian Cheng

    Improvised Virtual Reality

  • Art & Technology: History

    Art & Technology: History

    Machine, dreaming of art