MARINA ABRAMOVIC is planning to launch an Art Institute all of her own. Her stated mission is:
<<MARINA ABRAMOVIC INSTITUTE IS DEDICATED TO THE PRESENTATION AND PRESERVATION OF LONG DURATIONAL WORK INCLUDING THAT OF PERFORMANCE ART, DANCE, THEATER, FILM, MUSIC, OPERA, AND OTHER FORMS THAT MAY DEVELOP IN THE FUTURE>>
The above is, of course, very much what the Linveco Cultural Foundation does – support multi-disciplinary creative talent. We wonder if Lady Gaga would walk the extra mile for LCF too?
With a fabulous cover by Wales Madden III, the B Beyond travel and conservation issue is not out and available both as a collectible edition and as a digital download via zinio.
The edition contains long and beautifully illustrated interviews with adventurer-turned-conservationst Mark Shand, H.M. the Queen mother of Bhutan, travel philanthropist Linda Cruse, Cheviot Asset Management CEO Michael Kerr-Dineen and others.
Our analysis of the differences between UHNWIs and the mere HNWIs is insightful and quirky – like the magazine itself.
Philip Volkers’ Burning Man Festival photography is breathtaking.
Our main art feature has fabulous images from the current Deste Foundation exhibitions.
All in all, a truly collectible edition, even if we say so ourselves.
And finally, we are running an auction of one of Anthony Russell’s amazing art works in aid of Animal Rescue International (picture of art work on page 10 of the magazine). Bid generously to support endangered species and creative individuals through the Linveco Cultural Foundation.
Bids through LCF’s home page.