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In Venice, Burberry’s Commitment To Championing The British Art World Is Clear

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Source: Vogue Uk

It is 10pm on a clement spring night and a scene is playing out in front of an unremarkable building. There is a bustle of people waiting outside, eager to enter the Narnia that beckons beyond the impeccably-dressed gatekeepers they are negotiating with. Every so often, the unmarked door opens to let in the successful chosen few, offering a teeny glimmer of light to those left behind. In some ways it is reminiscent of the activity outside a hot London club on a typical Friday night. Except of course it isn’t. This is Venice, and it is the opening week of the 60th Biennale – the so-called Olympics of the art world – which opened to the public last week and will run until November.

Read More: https://www.vogue.co.uk/article/venice-biennale-2024-burberry

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Turkish artist Nil Yaltar on her 60 years of fighting for women’s inclusion in art world

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Source: N Culture

I come from a period where women artists had no importance,” says the Turkish artist Nil Yalter, who was born in 1938 in Cairo.“We are more than half of the population of the earth. We have been ignored for millennia. We were just good to make children. We were cooking all the time. There were some heights for women – perhaps, from the 12th to 14th centuries – but with industrialisation, it got worse.”

For the past five decades, Yalter has fought against the exclusion of women from the art world – as she has fought for political and economic equality for nomadic communities and the poor and marginalised. Her work, steeped in politics but also in music, ritual, and history, seeks out consonances and collaborations, much as she herself does in her partnerships with poets and musicians.

Read more: https://www.thenationalnews.com/arts-culture/2024/06/10/nil-yaltar-exhibition-london/

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The art world’s AI dilemma: informed insight from industry experts

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Source: The Art Newspaper

The recent publication of Stanford University’s authoritative Artificial Intelligence Index Annual Report confirmed big tech’s strengthening grip on innovation in the artificial intelligence sector and brought two areas into focus for the art world. For museums, how to work with industry giants, without being distanced from their cultural offering by the summarising power of AI. For artists, how to thrive creatively within the limits of access to sources of production that are monetised in Silicon Valley.

We spoke to the Future Art Ecosystems team at Serpentine, London, the museum director Thomas P. Campbell, and the artist Refik Anadol about how they engage with the challenges and opportunities of working with artificial intelligence in 2024.

Read more: https://www.theartnewspaper.com/2024/05/30/the-art-worlds-ai-dilemma-informed-insight-from-industry-experts

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How Dennis Ouyang is curating culture for a more approachable art world

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Source: Getting Ahead With The Edge

Dennis Ouyang may be a fresh face in the art world, but he is by no means a novice when it comes to style and beauty. The entrepreneur and recently minted gallerist, who opened LOY Contemporary Art Gallery in January, is entering the scene with an informed yet individual perspective.

Having founded retail ventures in fields from loungewear to mattresses, and having collaborated with stalwarts in both the art and luxury space, the 37-year-old is keenly attuned to what inspires interest from a mass point of view, while remaining grounded by a desire to promote artistic expression.

Read more: https://www.theedgesingapore.com/options/art/how-dennis-ouyang-curating-culture-more-approachable-art-world

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