Category Archive: Interviews

Raphael Gygax

On the occasion of  Extra Bodies – The Use of the “Other Body” in Contemporary Art, an exhibition which opened on 18 November at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Zurich, Art is Alive meets its Curator… Continue reading

Dominique de Font-Réaulx

  Dominique de Font-Réaulx’s career is very impressive. Among other responsibilities including teaching and scientific advisory, she is Chief Curator at the Louvre Museum, Director of the Eugène Delacroix museum in Paris and… Continue reading

Suzanne Barbezat

Last September, the V&A announced a 2018 exhibition dedicated to Frida Kahlo’s wardrobe and artefacts. “The V&A will present the first exhibition to be held outside Mexico of Kahlo’s clothing and personal possessions, including… Continue reading

Diana Gomez

Celebrity portrait photographer Diana Gomez is a rock’n’roller. Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, but working in London for the last 16 years, Diana has photographed artists in the music, art and film worlds including… Continue reading

Blanca Li

  Blanca Li is an icon and a creative force who keeps exploring the possibilities offered by the full spectrum of the arts: dancer, choreographer, composer, filmmaker and artist. Her incredible talent and… Continue reading

Catherine Chevillot

Catherine Chevillot, Director of Musée Rodin in Paris, talks to Art is Alive about Rodin’s legacy in the face of the fantastic Kiefer / Rodin exhibition running until 22 October 2017. How renowned… Continue reading

GAEL GARCÍA BERNAL

This is the second time you’ve worked with Pablo Larraín. What was this new experience like? How did you get involved in Neruda? The first time was like being parachuted into a very… Continue reading

Dos studio Moises Nieto and Valerio Canals

DOS STUDIO is a new creative duo made of Moisés Nieto and Valerio Canals, and based in Madrid. With an ambition to place their design at the crossroads of fashion and architecture, their style is meant… Continue reading

Miguel Marín

As this year’s remarkable Flamenco Festival closes at Sadler’s Wells (15 – 26 February 2017), Art is Alive catches up with its director Miguel Marín. Featuring seven unique shows this year, Flamenco Festival brought… Continue reading

Studio Swine

For this year’s edition of Milan Design Week, COS will partner with London-based Studio Swine (Super Wide Interdisciplinary New Explorers), a collaboration between Japanese Architect Azusa Murakami and British Artist Alexander Groves. Creating… Continue reading