Art must of the week: 15 - 21 september 2014

August 31, 2014

What You must see: How Jeff Koons makes so much money ?

The American artist Jeff Koons creates provocative but also very expensive artworks. His collaboration with brands, his sculpures often contested, his exhibitions all around the world allowed him to become internationally known. Bloomberg prepared a reportage with Jeff Koons about his artworks and how he makes money with them.

What you must have: Buckfeet’s shoes designed by artists


Bucketfeet is an American footwear brand that collaborates with emerging artists. Thanks to this brand, about 2000 artists have the possibility to share their art through footwear. The goal of Bucketfeet is to connect art and people with the solgan “We believe art is for everyone”.

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What you must know: Opening of National Contemporary and Modern Art Museum in Rabat, Morocco

The National Contemporary and Moderne Art Museum will welcome its first visitors the 25th of September 2014 in Rabat, Morocco. The National Federation of Museums expects to see about 70.000 visitors per year. The first museum’s exhibition named “100 years of Creation” will have as theme the Moroccan art between 1914 and 2014. The exhibition will last 12 months.

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