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J.J Charlesworth reviews Jonas Lund’s solo exhibition ‘In The Middle of Nowhere II’ at Annka Kultys Gallery for the Art Review, critically evaluating the artwork’s commentary on human relationships with AI within an economic context.The writer explains that Lund subverts the generic anxiety attached to these evolving technologies: ‘It’s not that generative AI is getting to be as good as human creativity, but that much human creativity produces artworks that are rote’.

ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY
ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

The opening reception for two simultaneous solo exhibitions at Annka Kultys Gallery, centring artwork by Juliette Sturlèse and Marjan Moghaddam across its physical and phygital spaces, was reviewed in FAD Magazine by writer Jasper Spires, who mused about their reflection of the relatable sensation of ‘feeling out of place’. In his account of the evening, Spires observes the inquisitive atmosphere of the room, describing that ‘the line to dive into VR for Moghaddam’s sculpture is longer than ever, and there’s a row of heads and shoulders packed tightly around Sturlèse’s work that has been there so long it’s tempting to consider them part of the paintings.’

ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY
ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

Sasha Stiles was recently interviewed by Tina Rivers Ryan for the ARTFORUM. Over the past year, Kalmyk American poet Sasha Stiles has become the public face of the burgeoning world of poetry NFTs. In her interview ‘Transcending digital dualism through networked poetry’ Sasha Stiles notes: ’I’ve been saying for a long time that poetry is code, and vice versa. All poets throughout history have used algorithm in the form of pattern and syntax to evoke feelings, call up memories, and achieve some kind of poetic immortality.’

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ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

Mimi Nguyen interviewed Robert Alice, Simon Denny, Carolina Mostert (Sotheby’s), Arthur Breitman (Tezos), and Annka Kultys (Annka Kultys Gallery) for Right Click Save, the first online magazine fully dedicated to drive critical conversation about art on the blockchain. Annka Kultys noted: ‘ It is essential that NFT art is contextualized within art history and its collectorship expanded to the traditional art world. Even today, there remains very little writing about the content of NFT art, though new publications are finally emerging to fill this void.’

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ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

The Financial Times has mentioned Annka Kultys Gallery as one of an “eclectic mix of early adopters” to have embraced digital art in an article on how London has become a crypto-art capital, written by Alex Estorick. The article explains the rise of London as an epicentre of the recent digital boom, within which digital art and boundary-breaking creative initiatives can flourish.

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Rachel de Joode, Berlin-based multimedia artist, has spoken to The Art Newspaper about her new works on show at Annka Kultys Gallery, interviewed by Olivia Gavoyannis. The author Olivia Gavoyannis notes: « De Joode’s focus on the interplay between the physical and the virtual is evident in the process behind the abstract paintings currently on show at Soft, her new exhibition at the Annka Kultys Gallery in London. »

ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY
ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

4K Zen: Stine Deja – An exclusive week-long streaming on Art Review online platform. Art-Lovers Move Club presented Stine Deja’s video 4K Zen, a two part project originally commissioned for the Roskilde Festival in Denmark in 2017, then at Annka Kultys Gallery’s booth at Code Art Fair.

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ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

Lindsay Howard, curator and Head of Community at Foundation, has interviewed Signe Pierce, represented by Annka Kultys Gallery since 2017, to coincide with the groundbreaking launch of the Foundation platform, for which Pierce has created its first-ever NFT. Pierce and her interviewer, Lindsay Howard discuss the fundamental paradox of reality: everyone perceives it individually, and yet these unique encounters form a collective experience. Says Pierce of her entry into the crypto sphere: “It makes sense to be getting into crypto and getting into new avenues for art valuation because these are things that are really core to my idea of what it means to be an artist. It’s about uplifting and upholding value for art, as well as creating new spaces within our era, which are reflective of what’s happening right now . 

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