Sunday Art Brunch is your weekly appointment with international art news curated by Anna Frattini. In this section you will find art news from across the world from big events to fund pieces about art and the art world.

  1. This Sunday happens to be Mother’s day and in order to celebrate it here is an article from Artsy celebrating mothers with an interesting reflection on how women artists are shaping the way we see motherhood. Twentieth-century artists made it possible to frame motherhood as a multi-dimensional concept and it is very inspiring to see different women artists bring different perspectives.
Deana Lawson, Mama Goma, DR Congo, 2014


TikTok, CLubhouse and new social media for arts & culture — a way to catch the attention of the younger generation?. Marie Odile in conversation with Jagienka Parteka from Artsted.

Marie Odile Falais, courtesy of https://www.lespassionariarts.com/

Hi Marie! I’m happy to have you here. Could you please introduce yourself a bit to our readers?

Of course, thank you very much for this opportunity! I am an art historian, I graduated from La Sorbonne in Paris. My first internship took place in an auction house, later on, I worked with an art advisory company. Following that, I got a job, first as a gallery assistant, where I…


In this editorial series Artsted is offering a dive into the stories of artists, taking them on a weekly discovery sprint: learn about the practice, process, philosophy and conceptual research behind the platform’s best contemporary creators.

Owen Normand, courtesy of the artist.

Hello! It is our pleasure to have a chat about your work as an artist. Could you tell the readers about yourself?

My name is Owen Normand, I am 36 years old, from a small town in the north of Scotland called Forres and I currently live in Edinburgh. …


Sunday Art Bruch is your weekly appointment with international art news curated by Anna Frattini. In this section you will find art news from across the world from big events to fun pieces about art and the art world.

“Jerry and Kenny”, courtesy of Artnet.

I. NFT is on everyone’s mouth and Jerry Saltz and Kenny Schachter, writer at artnet, embarked on an interesting adventure. In this article Schachter explains his point of view on NFTs and recounts on his adventure with the art critic. The two of them, in fact, collaborated for a charitable cause dipping their toes into the market. …


On curating digital art and future scenarios for the art market.

Elisabeth Johs, courtesy of www.artshesays.com

We came across Elisabeth’s work through a recent NFT show she put together on Superrare: “The invisible cities” and got intrigued by the concept of curating art in the space. So, we decided to ask her a few questions.

Hi Elisabeth! Thank you for making the time for this chat, we have looked a bit into your background: a degree from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, work for Gagosian after which you passed on to co-found a gallery “Trotter & Sholer”. When did curating digital art come about?

Well, that’s…


In this editorial series Artsted is offering a dive into the stories of artists, taking them on a weekly discovery sprint: learn about the practice, process, philosophy and conceptual research behind the platform’s best contemporary creators.

Claudio Valerio, exhibition view, courtesy of the artist.

Hi Claudio! Great having you here, could you please tell the readers about yourself?

My name is Claudio Valerio and I am 30 years old. My hometown is Sulmona, a small town in the heart of Abruzzi, Italy. I currently live in Bologna. My main medium is painting.

At which point did you realise you wanted to be an artist?

I don’t know exactly…


In this editorial series Artsted is offering a dive into the stories of artists, taking them on a weekly discovery sprint: learn about the practice, process, philosophy and conceptual research behind the platform’s best contemporary creators.

Hi! Happy to have you here for the interview. Would you mind telling the readers abut yourself?

Artsted presents: Henzhi Gong — emerging artist from RCA, painting
Artsted presents: Henzhi Gong — emerging artist from RCA, painting
Hengzhi Gong, studio view: courtesy of the artist

I am Hengzhi Gong and I am 26. I am from Chongqing, China. Now I am living in London as a research student at RCA, my primary medium is painting.

Do you remember a specific point in time you realised you wanted to be an artist?

I…


Photo with works at Stock Up on Air exhibition, Hanne Peeraer

Hi Hanne! Would you mind introducing yourself?

Hi! I’m Hanne Peeraer, a 23-year old visual artist from Belgium, who grew up in Italy and is currently living, working and studying in London.

Tell us about your beginnings as an artist: when did you realize you were (or wanted to become) one?


How many doors could this SM platform open to the art world? And is it too late to jump on board to capitalize on the attention of massively engaged audience of millennials and generation Z? Lets find out together.

Social media has played an important role in the accelerated digitalization since the covid-19 came around at the beginning of 2020: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit — you name it, have all been linked to a number of transformational and pioneering cases that have deeply disrupted the canvases of industries.

Besides making use of these tools for entertainment purposes, many sectors have…


In this editorial series Artsted is offering a dive into the stories of artists, taking them on a weekly discovery sprint: learn about the practice, process, philosophy and conceptual research behind the platform’s best contemporary creators.

Benjamin Mario Massa, courtesy of the artist.

Hello Benjamin, it is pleasure chatting with you. Where are you currently based — and how would you describe your practice in one sentence?

I am from Switzerland and live in Olten, while working in Zurich. I am a multimedia artist with the focus on painting and sound installations.

When did you first realise you wanted to pursue this career?

Maybe when I was…

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