The Responsive I is a blog for contemporary art focused on optical art and kinetic art. It is your source for op art, unique art, idiomatic art, individualized art, non conformist art, idiosyncratic art.
The Responsive I is the brainchild of Eva Zanardi, a New York based art advisor specialized in Op and Kinetic Art.
“I happen to have a very “responsive I”. I need to feed my Responsive I, constantly. I love op art and kinetic art, hence this blog’s title, which is a play on words on the 1965 seminal exhibition, “The Responsive Eye” – partially responsible for putting op art on the map. I will share my favorite artists, iconoclasts and non conformists on this blog, not to catechize but to help feeding your own Responsive I.”
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Eva Zanardi is an experienced communications and marketing professional with deep knowledge of internal and external communications, media relations, events planning and contemporary art. During her 13 years long tenure as Director of Communications for the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, Eva organized and curated countless high profile art exhibitions featuring artists from Caravaggio to Alberto Burri.
As an experienced art advisor Eva Zanardi and http://www.theresponsiveiartadvisory.com/
offer a full service, private art consultancy specializing in modern and contemporary art, with a focus on Op Art, Kinetic Art, Concrete Art, Spatialism, Programmed Art. http://www.theresponsiveiartadvisory.com/ provides a professional, personalized approach to the business, whether for the purchase of a single painting or developing an entire collection that will enhance a specific corporate image.
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