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Monumenta: Large Scale Icon Celebrates “The Intelligence Of Many” in Leipzig

“Utopia is not dead!,” curator Denis Leo Hegic loves to exclaim. Maybe not, but it is elusive. Monumenta Leipzig / The Intelligence Of Many. Viktor Frešo “Angry Boy”. Leipzig, Germany. September, 2018. (photo © Jaime Rojo) You may catch a flash of Utopia here among heady concepts he entertains regarding iconization, scale, the elimination of […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 09.09.18 / Monumenta Leipzig Special

It’s great to be back in New York! Welcome to BSA Images of the Week. Shana Tova to all our Jewish friends and the best to you in the new year! Congratulations to all our Indian friends for India’s decriminalizing homosexuality this week and showing the love and respect for everybody in our human family. […]

BSA Curates at 3rd Artmossphere in Moscow 2018: Open Call For Artists

BSA founders Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo are part of the Curatorial Team for the 2018 Artmossphere Biennale and today BSA is pleased to announce the “Open Call” for artists to apply. The Street Wave Art Biennale, Artmossphere. Open Call for artists. Paulo Ito at work on his installation for the 2nd Edition of […]

Nespoon Casts a Lace Net Across a Sicilian Wall

Certainly Nespoon has taken inspiration from the handmade lace in her native Poland in her generous stencil patterns on the sides of buildings that borrow as much from nature and history as they do geometric groupings. She also has been coupling these large works with smaller porcelain pieces that emulate the weathering of the city […]

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