May 21, 2001 - Tema celeste - May/June issue of Tema celeste
May 21, 2001

May/June issue of Tema celeste

Tema celeste

Tema celeste opens a door to the existential world of the grande dame of contemporary sculpture, Louise Bourgeois. Our May/June issue features Bourgeois’ highly personal works and an interview with editor Simona Vendrame that reveals the artist’s proclivity for self-exploration, examining issues of relationships, communication and other aspects of the human experience.

The newest issue of tema celeste offers a feature article in which Robert Morgan argues that by maintaining a level of intimacy, art can avoid becoming “business as usual” and another by Barry Schwabsky offers a new look at the “old fashioned” medium of painting in an era dominated by technology-based art.

The monthly column, Art Market takes a look at the contemporary market in London and reviews New York’s Armory Show 2001. Other monthly columns Books & Catalogues and Web Sites offer editors picks of what’s new and note-worthy.

In addition, the Artlife section of the May/June issue features an interview with author J.G. Ballard, whose newest book, Super Cannes, contends that “the Internet and new technologies have helped create new work practices and a new work ethic.”

Enjoy the May/June issue of tema celeste and get ready for an upcoming Special Issue on the Venice Biennale!

Tema celeste, a product of the multimedia art and finance company Gabrius, includes print and online editions featuring artist profiles, exhibition reviews, art world news and more. To subscribe to the magazine send an e-mail to subscriptions@temaceleste.com or visit www.temaceleste.com

We encourage you to continue exploring the world of Gabrius so be sure to stay tuned for more to come!

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