July 23, 2001 - Tema celeste - SUMMER ISSUE OF TEMA CELESTE ON NEWSSTANDS JULY 23, 2001
July 23, 2001

SUMMER ISSUE OF TEMA CELESTE ON NEWSSTANDS JULY 23, 2001

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SUMMER ISSUE OF TEMA CELESTE ON NEWSSTANDS JULY 23, 2001 “tema celeste” and www.temaceleste.com are your all-access pass to the 49th Venice Biennale.

With an ethereal cover devoted to a piece by Carsten Nicolai, whose quasi-alchemical world is explored in the essay by Luca Cerizza, the summer issue of “tema celeste” also includes commentaries on the Venice Biennale by Henry Meyric Hughes, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, and the editor, Simona Vendrame. In addition, Thomas Girst relates his vision of the “parallel universe” of Neo Rauch and Fred Andersson transmits a “breath of Finland,” studying the works of Salla Tykkä, Maaria Wirkkala, and Laura Horelli. There are also numerous interviews with some of the artists invited to the Biennale, including Ene-Liis Semper, Javier Téllez, and the winners John Pilson and Anri Sala.

In coverage of other events, the German critic Miriam Bers looks at the Berlin Biennale. In the magazine’s monthly sections, “tema celeste” features an interview with Don DeLillo in “Artlife,” Andres Serrano in “Profiles,” and other news and reviews from around the world.

www.temaceleste.com offers special coverage of the 49th Venice Biennale, with useful information and all the news necessary to be current with the activities surrounding this major art event. A list of all the participating artists in the “Plateau of Humankind” can be found online, as well as an inventory of every artist represented at each of the National Pavilions, together with previews of their exhibited work, diverse images, and news on all the parallel events. The Biennale spotlight has four main sections: Artists & Spaces, Chats (opinions by artists, critics and gallery owners), Hot Shots (photos of artists, critics and curators) and Prizes.

Published by GABRIUS and edited by Simona Vendrame, “tema celeste” tracks the most important new movements in the art world. The magazine currently ranks among the top art publications, with editions in both Italian and English.

Enjoy the summer and the 49th Venice Biennale with “tema celeste”!

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