The Future of Art
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The Future of Art
Trevor Paglen
For as much as Paglen focuses on cutting-edge technology, the future of art he imagines remains firmly rooted in art forms of the past.
Dec 18, 2017
03:43
The Future of Art
Elizabeth Diller
The boundary-pushing architect contemplates how to design buildings that transcend time, while accommodating the continuous evolution of the activities and art forms that will exist within them.
Feb 13, 2018
03:43
The Future of Art
Marcel Dzama
Inside his whimsical Brooklyn studio, Dzama describes the tension that can arise between artists who embrace or reject new technologies in their work, and a desire for humanity to slow down in an age when information comes at us with ever-quickening pace.
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April 2018
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About the Series
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What does the future of art look like? How will the role of art evolve in an increasingly digital, global, and image-saturated world? In this series of films, each featuring one creator’s unique vision, Artsy explores where artistic output is headed. Join us as we reflect on the role of tradition in an age of rapid technological advancement, and discuss the potential impact of this new work—from intimate drawings to cutting-edge buildings—on the audiences of the future.

Launched in 2015, the BMW Art Journey is a global art initiative between Art Basel and BMW that enables artists to undertake journeys of creative discovery. The opportunity is awarded twice a year to emerging artists exhibiting at Art Basel in Hong Kong and Miami Beach. The shortlist for the next BMW Art Journey includes A.K. Burns, Jamal Cyrus, and Mariela Scafati.

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