For our September issue of the featured artists section we asked Tusyoshi Anzai from Japan a few questions. Fascinated by Origami the emerging artist, who is known for his installations made out of everyday materials, gets way more out of this Japanese folding tradition that just nice looking dinos or birds... read more in the short interview we made when Tsuyoshi visited Budapest, where he had his first solo show in Europe at Chimera-Project Gallery.
This month we had to chance to have a short interview with Anna Khodorkovskaya from Russia, currently based in Vienna. Anna won the Strabag Artaward International in 2014 with her "Bruchstücke" Painting Series - at the moment she is very much involved in the Art Stream Shop project (co-author Lyudmila Anoshenkova), where the artists are selling art in a" TV Shop Format" via live-stream – but let's start from the beginning...
Boris Kostadinov is an independent art critic and curator - lives and works in an international context between Vienna and Sofia. This year Kostadinov won the ICI open call (in partnership with works.io) for a curatorial residency in Budapest. His research in Hungary led to a international exhibition project that currently is looking for participants via another open call by ICI.
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