Posts Tagged ‘Mounir Fatmi’

Vicious Circles

Mounir Fatmi. Casablanca Circles, 2012 (detail); Print on baryte paper; 35 2/5 × 47 1/5 in. Courtesy the artist and a private collection.

From our friends at REORIENT, today we bring you “Vicious Circles.” In this piece, author Samannaz Kourang Pishdadi talks with Moroccan artist Mounir Fatmi about growing up in Tangier, the inspiration of the Beat movement, and his interdisciplinary career. Fatmi says of his work, “At the beginning, I think I was very naïve thinking my work could change things. Eventually, I realised that the most important [thing][…..]

Miami Art Fairs: Fear and Sacrilege in South Beach

There is nothing that the art world loves more than four days of non-stop money spending and networking. The Miami art fairs are quick to come and go, but this week DailyServing will track some of the highs and lows of this year’s spectacle. DailyServing writers John Pyper, Benjamin Bellas and Rebekah Drysdale weigh in on the more noteworthy works exhibited this year. We kick[…..]