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'New This Week' - 'Stack No.3' - Rebecca Wilson, Chief Curator at Saatchi Art

New This Week 10-22-2018 Collection | Saatchi Art

79 Original Artworks curated by Rebecca Wilson, New This Week 10-22-2018. Original Art Collection created on September 10, 2018.

Take a break this Monday to see new hand-picked works on Saatchi Art. "New This Week" by Chief Curator Rebecca Wilson is now live at the link in bio. -- "Lineas de Fuga" by Martta Garcia (@marttagarciaramo_art)

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Happy to have been included in this months ‘New This Week’ collection on Saatchi Art. Selected by chief curator Rebecca Wilson, the collection includes a variety of unique and interesting artworks. My painting, ‘Stack No.3’ is making an appearance which I’m delighted about. It’s a relatively new painting and it’s fantastic getting it in front of new audiences. It’s always great having the chance to get involved on the Saatchi Art community and I’m very grateful to have been picked. I have used Saatchi Art as a tool to promote my art for many years and in 2016 was chosen as a ‘One to Watch’ artist which gave me great exposure and garnered fresh interest. However, over the last few years I’ve struggled a little in direction and everything’s been a little quiet. So having this feature on Saatchi Art, albeit a small one, could well act as that all important encouragement every emerging artist needs.

Thank you Saatchi Art, keep up the good work in promoting and supporting aspiring artists!

Anni Albers - Tate Modern - Frieze

Bauhaus Dessau: Crisp Shadows, Clear Lines and a Surprising Abundance of Colour

Set in Tel Aviv in the late 1940s, Linda Grant's novel When I Lived in Modern Times (2000) describes the effect of brutal desert climate on the city's Bauhaus architecture. Tel Aviv was a concrete metropolis constructed on an idea 'imported from Dessau, a cold, grey, snowy German place'.

Heinz Mack “Spectrum” Curated by Matthieu Poirier, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, 2016

Heinz Mack is such a fantastic artist, right up there with the greatest living artists. His practice is so varied but the key themes to his work are the use of light and colour as well as movement and the exploratory characteristics of particular materials. I’ve always admired his works, there’s something very philosophical and reflexive about them- both literally and metaphorically. Credit to curator Matthieu Poirier, it’s a beautiful insight onto the artist.

“The principle is just to take one little note and to bring this into a kind of rhythm and repetition. Repetition - step by step, and all these little steps have been over very equal sensitivity and in equal departments for the whole structure. It was very difficult to figure out how much this repetition can go on - because there was a danger involved too. If you go on, go on, and if you don’t stop, then it will become very lonely somehow and we want to concentrate this energy on a certain space.” - Heinz Mack

Takesada Matsutani - HauserWirth

In his Paris studio, Japanese-born artist Takesada Matsutani talks about how he came to join the Gutai Art Association in 1963, moved to Paris in 1966, and how vinyl adhesive glue and graphite have sustained a practice 'streaming into infinity'. Coming of age in postwar Japan, artist Takesada Matsutani found himself longing 'to make something beyond the canvas'.

Really nice video about Takesada Matsutani- a fascinating artistic process using vinyl adhesive glue and graphite. Very tactical in nature, for me his paintings, installations, sculptures have a real living/bodily quality to them- they are formed within an air of chance and happening.

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