The environment becomes the cynosure for the international art scene

While the artistic activity of Autumn 2020 has been hampered, shaken up and weakened by the resurgence of the pandemic, contemporary art exhibitions on ecological issues are in rude health! Having explored a number of exhibitions in France (see our article, here), now we offer you an overview of some of the highlights and unusual [...]

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Summer Quiz! How much do you know about Art & Environment?

For its July / August 2020 issue, Impact Art News invites you to play our Quiz to test your knowledge of contemporary art and the environment.  Ready? Here are 14 questions. More than 7 correct answers? You are already a connoisseur! More than 10 correct answers? Let us know! We want to work with experts [...]

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A fair and united way of being in the world

At a time when a massive wave of uprisings is denouncing police violence, racism and social injustice, following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery in the US, or Adama Traoré in France, major environmental players are joining forces to give this movement an new dimension: its link with global warming. 350, [...]

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Covid-19 : Digital takeover

The sharp slowdown in artistic activity is currently being offset by a digital effervescence that is disrupting usual hierarchies, promoting a new kind of solidarity, and offering unique and intimate access to artists. In the jungle of live videos on Instagram, mobile apps, virtual tours, augmented realities, webinars, Instagram takeovers and new #  emerging on [...]

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Cooperation and solidarity between artists

The spirit of cooperation of the finalists of the last Turner Prize had left its mark. Sharing, earning less, but winning together, is an attitude which was also put forward by the young artist Jérémy Gobé during the roundtable "Does art warm the climate?” organized by Art of Change 21: “We are placed in a [...]

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