NO NAME COLLECTIVE GALLERY JULY 2018 MAGAZINE

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London Magazine No Name Collective Gallery Contemporary Art Collective 17

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Balàzs

Berzsenyi


Questions

1 Tell us about your artistic work: why do you

do it, what do you talk about, if you have a

precise style and a precise technique or change

them in every project?

2 Within which mood of art you place your

artwork?

3 Could you tell us something about your

country about art? Is there an active artistic

community? Are you part of it

4 What's a typical day in CEDRIC art's life?

5 Do you love Traveling for art: for example for

personal exhibitions or for other art exhibitions

you

6 Where are your favorite places or themes

where you can find inspiration for your work?

7 Have you studied art or are you self-taught

8 Do you remember the first artistic work you

did?

9 What do you think about social networks and

the web about art and artists? Could you tell us

about your technique?

10 Could you talk to us about the idea of your

main art project

11 You have organized exhibitions in the past. How

does it feel to involve others in your art?

12 What is your favorite artwork in

contemporary art world?

13 If you could show off your artworks anywhere

in the world, where would you choose?


14 Are you reading a book at the moment? There is

one book you have on your reading list?

15 is there a famous contemporary artist that

you want to report? And an artist who is not

famous but who you like and whose artistic

research do you share

16 You have been contacted by No Name Collective

Gallery and did not know what kind of project

we would have made: are you happy to trust us?

17 We ask for a small fee for the selection of the

magazine and our other calls (artistic

residencies and art clashes) but for the artists,

we have selected and which we will select every

year then we work for free. What do you think

about this thing?

Balàzs Berzsenyi sculptor

I would like to make it clear first of all that I

am not an "artist" but a pure sculptor.

The motivation for which I sculpt is due to an

inner feeling and a need for survival since I

would not do other things.

I'm always looking for new techniques and

materials that become tools to communicate.

I like to talk and tell what many do not want to

hear or see.

My country is Hungary. It is interesting the "folk

art" that is still deeply felt in all its forms, and

those who practice it are a very united and

active group. When I was living in Hungary, I was

part of this group.

I rarely exhibit because I do not agree with the

politics of today's gallery owners, but I like


keeping myself updated and going to see the

exhibits of others both sculptors and painters,

photographers, etc.

I find inspiration in my mind, I have no determined

places, everything, and nothing.

I studied, as a young man, to have the basics, but

the real school was the life and the need and the

desire to express myself.

I remember my first job, but I'm not sure it's an

"artistic work" because I do not know what

"artistic work" means. For me, there is only a

trade that I practice that is that of the

sculptor. At the age of six, I made my first

primitive sculpture on a brick.

I do not believe in social networks and the web

because in my job there is a need for physical

contact. I think this has already been

understood.

I have many ongoing projects that involve an

innovation to present visual arts that I could

only explain to you live.

I have done a few solo shows but have done

several monumental works that can be shared

with many people as they are in public places.

I have no particular favorite work. All are

different and tell stories.

I do not have a place in particular where I would

show my works, the whole world can be exciting.

I read art magazines and everything related to

sculpture.

I really like Somaini, Mitoraj and especially

Pomodoro.


I'm glad you contacted me, but until today I did

not understand what you can do with me. I thank

you, and I'm curious to see where this

relationship ends.

As for the small tax, return to the speech of art

galleries and today's method. Anyone paying can

participate.

There is no choice due to merit or

professionalism. The professional sculptor

invests and not a little, to make sculpture, the

gallery owner, the publisher spends to do their

work, each risking.

I have never asked a gallery owner or editor for

a contribution to do my job. This too would be a

topic to be developed verbally.

Thanks for your attention.


https://w w w .instagram .com /chris_kalogrs/?hl=en

http://w w w .artviom a.gr/artist/191/kalogiros_christos


Born in ioannina of Greece in 28/05/1987

Graduated from A.T.E.Iof m ed labs of

larissa in 2010

In 2014 succeeded in entering in

Athens School Of Fine Arts w hile

studying up to now .

W orking as a decorator in zara hom e

(inditex)

Has also taking part in an exhibition w hich

took place in geneve in collaboration w ith

the school of fine arts in geneve

(septem ber 2017).

Exhibition in 5/2018 in athens in the old

train station of peloponisos.

Also planning to take part in another

three exhibition w hich w ill take place up

to Septem ber in Greece.

Lives and w orks in Athens

Em ail christoskal@ gm ail.com


Angelica Vlachaki

Greece


Born in ioannina of Greece in 28/05/1987

Graduated from A.T.E.Iof m ed labs of

larissa in 2010

In 2014 succeeded in entering in

Athens School Of Fine Arts w hile

studying up to now .

W orking as a decorator in zara hom e

(inditex)

Has also taking part in an exhibition w hich

took place in geneve in collaboration w ith

the school of fine arts in geneve

(septem ber 2017).

Exhibition in 5/2018 in athens in the old

train station of peloponisos.

Also planning to take part in another

three exhibition w hich w ill take place up

to Septem ber in Greece.

Lives and w orks in Athens

Em ail christoskal@ gm ail.com


https://w w w .instagram .com /angelicavlachaki/

https://w w w .gm yle.com /them e/angelica-vlachaki


Farah Terkm ani

France


Born in 1982 at Algiers,Farah Terkm aniis

passionate w ith art since her childhood.

She naturally did artistic studies.

After doing art studies at Paris,dealing

w ith sculpture,photography as w ell as

fashion,she spent

tim e to build netw ork focused on art

allow ing her to earn a lot of experiences.

In 2014,she m oved from the capital of France

to a m ore sunny city nam ed M arseille in the

South of France.

Sun,M editerranean sea and cultural

exchanges m ade the artist in need to be

the bridge betw een

France and her native country Algeria.

She then realized her double legacies

and understand soon cultural filters has

big im pact on w orld perception.

Her w onderings as w om an drive her

little by little to have a deeper reflection

on the aw areness of

other from here and there (ou from all

over the w orld) w hatever the differences.

From this point on,she is com m itted to use

her im agination through fantastic play of

shapes and colours supported by concepts

born from her im aginary universe.

She let herself get carried aw ay by the

spur of the m om ent,highlighting her deepest

thinks.Through her art,she,w ho is

fem inine and dream y,escapes tim e and space,

building her ow n reality w here she can

project her ow n feelings,ideas and all

im ages into shapes

The purpose is the reflection,as she thinks

art is a m ean to bring people together

to exchange and elevate them selves.

Art approach photography

Through art studies,Farah Terkm anilearnt

to do photography.To freeze the

unpredictable m om ent is the charm of this

m edia.It also allow s her to develop her

perception of the w orld w ith technology.

Indeed,thanks to scanner,she put im ages

into staging.M ore than thinking as im age,

the artist prefer to let her drive by the

cam era and the light.It results in im ages


far from first m eaning,

pushing to reflections and w onderings.

Social M edia Accounts:

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Alexandre Cortinhas Carballido

Corunha,spain

Dim itra Bouritsa

Athens,Greece

SiviValim a

Helsinki,Finland


ART RESIDENCE:

3 - 9 OCTOBER 2018

in London

deadline August31st,2018

LondonisthecityofartistsinEngland!

AndFriezeLondonFairisoneofthemostimportantartfairsintheworld!

EveryyearinOctoberthereisthismanifestation,thisyearitwilbein

Regent'sParkfrom 4-7October2018,inthisperiodmanyartists,artcolectors,

galeryownersandmanycelebritiesmeetinLondon.

Itisanexcelentopportunityforartiststovisitthefair.

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duringthisfair.

NNCColectiveGaleryisbasedinLondon,andwehaveourgood

connectionsinart.

OurprojectinvolvesthecreationofaEuropeanpathofArtist

residencescompletelyfree.

Project:

Weofera6-daystayinLondon

(travelexpenses,meals,andlodging,materialtomakethework,

entryintotwomuseums,travelexpensesinGeneva,nothingelse

thatisnotindicatedhere).

DeadlinetoregisterAugust31st,2018

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forfree,inouronlinegalery,onourwebsite,onoursocialnetworks

andinourcirclesofcuratorsandcolectorsaswelashavingthem

participateinourcompetitionsatvariouscompetitionsinternational

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group of artists

published that could be

selected for

the Collective 18 of 2019

and prom oted for a year

by our gallery:

january

Gordon coldw ell

PEJM AN NOROUZI

francesco baiocchi

February

m arcello m augeri

sam antha passaniti

alain giroux

m aRCH

eNZO cRISPINO

m ANUEL DIPINTO

m aRIO gRANDI

april

despotnia

Lantom o

John W ashington

M AY

Radm ila Urošević

SILVIA NOFERI

CARLOTTA M ORSELLI

JUNE

GIO ADRIANA

M arián Delgado

M ONICA DE M ITRI


group of artists

published that could be

selected for

the Collective 18 of 2019

and prom oted for a year

by our gallery:

july

Angelica Vladiscki

Christos kalogiros

Farah Terkm ani


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M ichael Costello

Boston


MichaelCostelo

Bio

MichaelCosteloisanestablishedpainteractiveinBostonandProvincetown.

CostelostudiedatTheSchooloftheMuseum ofFineArtsunderBarnettRubinstein

workingasanopticalrealist.

Hisfocusatthistimewason20thcenturyobjectsandtheiriconographicplaceinhistory.

In1978hemovedtoProvincetownMasswherehehasactivelyshownforover30years.

InProvincetownhewasnoticedbythelatepainterAliceNeelwhoencouragedhim to

continuehisworkwiththefigure.

In1984hemovedhisstudiobacktoBostonandbeganworkingwithBarbaraSinger

FineArtwhowasinstrumentalinintroducinghisworktothecorporateartcolectionsin

thearea.

AtthistimehestartedtravelingtoEuropeannualytoworkpleinaireaswelas

workinginvariousartistresidencies.In2008Costelobecamethefirstrecipientofthe

Polock-KrasnerMasterstoByrdclife.

Costelohascontinuedtoshow inBostonandProvincetowngalerieswherehiswork

mostrecentlywasreferredtoasa“jaunty”and“featureslovinglyrenderedfigure

drawingsthatareanythingbutprecious”bytheBostonGlobe.

CostelocurrentlysplitshistimebetweenhisstudioinBostonandProvincetownashesearches

forourinnate,universalhumannessthroughhiswork.Hecontinuestoworkwithmodelswhile

investigatingthefigure,surfaceofpaintas“FleshasMeat”andthemarginalizationofthe

individualbasedinasocietybasedonesthetic.“Ichoosemymodelsfortheirabilityto

inspireempathyforouruniversalhumanness.ForoverthirtyyearsIhaveworkedwith

modelstocommentonourourculturalheritage,bothphilosophicalandtheological,to

acquaintalthatisgoodwithbeauty.Wefocusonmakingcleardefinitionsofwhatis

uglyandwhatisbeautifulwhichoftenshunsbothsidestotheextreme,turningthe

beautifuluglyandmakinguglybeautiful.Myworkwiththemodelasmusegivesusa

window totheindividualsoul.Iintendtoinspiretheviewertoobservethesubjectwitha

levelofpathos;toconfrontthetruthwithinthemselveswhattheybelievetobeautiful.”

Mostrecentlyhisworkshavebeenexploringourconceptofrace,genderpoliticandthe

needtomarginalizeeachotherresultinginthecurrentepochofasocietyof“lone

poets”.

Website:michaelcosteloartist.com

Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/michaelcosteloartist/@michaelcosteloartist


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