Founded in May 2013, Conceptual Fine Arts is an on-line magazine dedicated to discussing contemporary issues in the visual arts, exploring and commenting on its cultural, social and economic facets. We delve into the various aspects of traditional and contemporary art independently, but with a common belief that the present is informed by the past and the past remains open to understanding. Conceptual Fine Arts is entirely supported by a body of patrons.
Piero Bisello | Maria do Carmo M. P. de Pontes | Antonio Carnevale | Stamatia Dimitrakopoulos | Marta Galli | Geoff Hands | Paul Laster | Gianluca Poldi | Carlo Prada | Gianluigi Ricuperati | Jasmina Trifoni
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Conceptual Fine Arts is independent from art galleries and auction houses. The magazine is made possible by the kind support of its patrons.
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CFAlive | gallery residency programme
In response to the changing needs of today’s global art market, and stemming from Conceptual Fine Arts magazine’s narrative, CFAlive is a unique programme offering international art galleries a solution to spend an extended period of time in Milan. CFAlive fosters an experimental approach, which can be considered complementary to art fairs, for expanding the gallery’s vision into a highly diversified art environment.
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Reports, analysis, trends and reviews. In this section we offer our selection of museum and gallery events as well as individual examples of art. To be absolutely comprehensive is not our aim. On the contrary, we want to offer a broadly oriented itinerary through the many contingent aspects of the art-world, the market included.
We interact with artists, collectors and intellectuals to find out more about their interests and motivations. This will help to create a broader contextual understanding for the selection, display and dissemination of art today.
Here is where we present the most promising contemporary talents and to re-engage with the most established artists from past and present. Our unique approach to discussing and presenting art, through acknowledging the inter-relationship of past and present, allows us to go beyond the simple reviewing of a show.
We ask contemporary artists to visit a museum or an exhibition and to express their personal point of view. Without lacking respect for an academic interpretation of the history of art, we believe that the sometimes eccentric or singular perspective given by a living artist on certain works of art can extend their meaning, thus offering unique and unexpected readings.