Author: In4Art

Salon

Salon I


20 works – 8 artists – 3 stories Visiting artist : Faranu This Salon was featured in the NRC article “Een kunstsalon anno 2017” We live in a fast-changing society, but nonetheless, some things are universal and have eternity. In this Salon, we will guide you through three stories …. A story on female beauty

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Features

Features: Revolution of Being


The world around is us changing: Brexit, the election of Trump and the ever increasing promises of technological development. Forces that result in new roles and relationships between individuals and society, technology and nature. We are entering a new paradigm shift in which we will undergo a “Revolution of Being”. -this post is accompanied by

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In4Art Exhibition

Announcing an In4Art exhibition: Co-Existence by Beatriz Chamussy


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Our time is pinpointed by connectedness and dependencies. This is obvious in technology and natural sciences. Related to the human aspect, however, the connected and dependent surroundings are in a constant struggle and battle for attention. Multiple selves, sometimes contradictory, need devotion. It’s a game between dividing and integrating, about including and setting boundaries. How

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Features

Inspirational Quotes


In this section we gather quotes we come across that inspire us or make us think. Most of them are used during an In4Art Features: “Eén discipline heeft wel de mogelijkheid, al is het maar heel intuitief, een stukje toekomst te pakken te krijgen…en dat is gewoon de kunst.” Thomas Rau in Tegenlicht 2015 “Novel

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Studio Visit

Faranu is Choosing Charcoal


Artists can be recognized by a signature style, because of unique characteristics, themes or methods. This is why one easily recognizes a Picasso or Dali. Finding ones style is an intense and personal process. Have a look at Mondriaan, where you wouldn’t link the early landscape works with the Victory Boogie Woogie. Others find their

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Studio Visit

The Magical Reality of Jakob de Jonge


It is so intense, bright and beautiful. It is hopeful. It gives joy. But does it really? When looking closer, darkness is lurking around the corner. Not all seems to be in such a perfect state of mind. Artist Jakob de Jonge, who we visited in his studio, explained that he always works visually and

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Art fair, Rotterdam

Art Rotterdam


At Art Rotterdam an insight is given in what drives (young) contemporary artists, how they create a mirror of our society with their art works and make us engage with images. What really stroked us was the presence of digitalization in art and its impact on art, a love hate struggle to make sense and

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Features, In4Art

Art & Technology – Recreating Nature


Art encounters no physical, nor political, technological or material constraints. It creates a playing field in which the observer is provided the possibility to go beyond imagination; a spark of the future or a chance to reflect. Through bringing concepts alive the artist conveys a message, a story – whether aesthetic or shocking – but

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