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02 Aug 2010 magazine, issue #38

Tatsumi Orimoto & Noé de Mora, Mamá Julia (2009)

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~ Project #32: Tatsumi Orimoto and Noé de Mora, Mamá Julia (2009), performance and photograph. Cover and 24 inside pages. As always, an exclusive for the magazine (the originals belong to the Collection).
Introduction: Mark Gisbourne: Tatsumi Orimoto: The Bread of Life and the Mother as (venerated) Symbol of all that is good.

~ Reflections:
~ 200 years later… are we free yet? (LEF: Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: vision - pessimistic? on the ideals of the French Revolution) (Isabel Durán).
~ A belated Spring in Beijing: On the demolition of Art Districts and the CCD
Photo Spring (Zhang Fang).

~ Media_Art: Media Art and the art market (Pau Waelder).

~ Film: Ponderances Concerning Form (Jorge González).

~ Interview: Michael Schultz: a pioneer in expanding his Berlin gallery to Korea and China (Fernando Galán).

~ Work_and_Word:
~ Petar Mirkovic (Serbia and Montenegro).
~ Gae Savannah (USA).
~ Mariana Gillot (Portugal).
~ Karmelo Bermejo (Spain).

~ Festivals: (Con)Temporary: Culture and celebration in Milan (Luca Bradamante).

~ What's going on in... Vancouver?, ?, where art is in the hands of artists (Javier Garcerá).

~ Museums: Rockbund (Shanghai), a museum with a social conscience (Fernando Galán).

~ Art&Phood: Portrait with shrimp croquet (Isabel Miquel Arqués).

~ Books:
~ Antonio Notario Ruiz, Estética: perspectivas contemporáneas (Rosa Benítez Andrés).
~ Varios authors, Jacques Villeglé (Juan Albarrán).

In addition, correspondents' reports on Exhibitions in Madrid, Milan, Palma de Mallorca...

In 2010 will participate in 29 art fairs: Art LA (Los Angeles), ARCO (Madrid), The Armory Show (N. York), Dubai, CIRCA (Puerto Rico), Cologne, Vienna, MACO (Mexico), Art Beijing, Sao Paulo, Sydney, Hong Kong, Moscow, Buenos Aires, KIAF (Seoul), Art Basel, Hot Art (Basel), Caracas, ArteSantander, India Art Summit, Bogotá, Melbourne, Art Forum Berlin, Frieze (Londres), FIAC (Paris), Toronto, Lisbon, Istanbul y Art Basel Miami. is Official Magazine of Art Dubai (, Art Forum Berlin (, Hot Art ( is a 100 % bilingual magazine (English/Spanish) with contributions from the world over, and aimed at the entire world of genuinely contemporary art. focuses on established art as well as the latest creative iniciatives emerging from every corner of the planet.

It informs and reflects on topics of interest, but with a fresh language and crisp design which are comprehensible to both specialists and amateurs. It has over 90 specialized collaborators and correspondents covering each and every geographical and thematic area of the contemporary art world. Project: a special project by a prestigious international artist is created exclusively for the magazine in every issue. It occupies 16-24 pages plus the entire cover. This is part of' creative direction and makes each issue a collectors' treasure, fulfilling its slogan, Be creaCtive!

Past Projects:
Baltazar Torres, Juan Uslé, Masbedo, Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Mateo Maté, Fabian Marcaccio, Francis Naranjo, Fausto Gilberti, Robert Gligorov, Marina Abramovic & IPG, Andrea Lehmann, Tim White-Sobieski, Kely, Nelson Leirner, Clemens Krauss, Melvin, Peter Welz, Maslen & Mehra, Angel Marcos, Humberto Duque, Briggite Waldach, Mariana Vassileva, Kader Attia, SPS, dEmo, Kiungwoo Chun, Antoni Muntadas & Rogelio López Cuenca, Bill Thompson, Bernar Venet, Wang Qingsong and Jan Fabre