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Interview with the artist: Tomás Barceló Castelá

Interview with the artist: Tomás Barceló Castelá

To start us off, can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I am Tomás Barceló Castelá, half French from Montauban and half Spanish from Mallorca. I studied Fine Arts, specializing in Sculpture, at the Sant Jordi Faculty of the University of Barcelona, and there I had the honor of learning from J.S. Jassans....

September 19, 2020September 17, 2020
Anachronic Deities

Anachronic Deities

The new exhibition at Gallery Ex Machina, called “Anachronic Deities”, is an opportunity to submerge in the unknown world of an ancient civilization, created by the flourishing Spanish artist, Tomás Barceló Castela.

August 14, 2020September 7, 2020
THE ARTIFICIAL EVOLUTION

THE ARTIFICIAL EVOLUTION

How do TV series envision the body in unknown futures? The technology is developing at a dizzying speed, and the world we know is rapidly changing because of it. Technologies unimaginable 20 years ago have become indispensable daily miracles today that we don’t think twice about. If a span of a few decades means such...

August 1, 2020July 31, 2020
Interview with the artist: Serap Gümüşoğlu

Interview with the artist: Serap Gümüşoğlu

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I am a sculptor, an artist, and a designer. I studied Graphic Design in the Fine Arts Faculty of Mimar Sinan University, in Istanbul. After that, I went on to train in Figurative Sculpture in London’s Heatherley School of Fine Arts, followed by Conceptual Sculpture workshops...

July 25, 2020July 25, 2020
Interview with the artist: Ozan Ünal

Interview with the artist: Ozan Ünal

Let’s get to know you a little bit. Who is Ozan Ünal? I was born in 1974, in Izmir, Turkey. My academic life also took place in the same city. I graduated from the Fine Arts Faculty of 9 Eylül University, majoring in fashion and accessory design. I had also previously received training in graphic...

July 18, 2020July 17, 2020
Interview with the artist: Jody Bronson

Interview with the artist: Jody Bronson

For those who don’t know you yet, who is Jody Bronson? Oh that’s a great question. I’m not sure I can answer. My first impulse is to say something funny or sarcastic. So here I’ll do my best to portray a respectable adult with moderate fine art expertise. I see myself as a self taught...

July 8, 2020July 8, 2020
ART UNDER QUARANTINE: GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS BATTLE CORONAVIRUS

ART UNDER QUARANTINE: GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS BATTLE CORONAVIRUS

Following the concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19), art establishments around the world have closed their doors and geared up for economic blows and virtual interactions. As the global pandemic continues to advance at an alarming rate, art institutions have been forced to close their doors until further notice, without knowing when regular day-to-day activities might resume....

March 28, 2020June 8, 2020
ARTE BAJO CUARENTENA: GALERÍAS Y MUSEOS BATALLAN EL CORONAVIRUS

ARTE BAJO CUARENTENA: GALERÍAS Y MUSEOS BATALLAN EL CORONAVIRUS

A raíz de las preocupaciones sobre el coronavirus (COVID-19), los establecimientos de arte de todo el mundo han cerrado sus puertas y se han preparado para el golpe económico y  interacciones virtuales. A medida que la pandemia sigue avanzando mundialmente a un ritmo alarmante, las instituciones artísticas se han visto obligadas a cerrar sus puertas...

March 28, 2020July 31, 2020
Art Competition: Year 2086

Art Competition: Year 2086

Take part in the exhibition 2086, exploring the future that awaits us. Will it be a utopia of technological marvels, a dystopia of electrical jungles, or a completely new worldscape? The technology is developing at a dizzying speed, and the world we know is rapidly changing because of it. Technologies unimaginable 20 years ago have...

March 23, 2020June 8, 2020
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