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  • Paintings, Celebrities, And Pancakes, Pancakes, Pancakes

    By February 13, 2018

    Happy Pancake Day, that is Shrove Tuesday, the last day of carnival season. For Christians, Lent starts tomorrow and this is the last chance to eat  A LOT. Soooo, heat your pan, melt your butter/ vegan butter and start...

  • Intimate But Estranging Portraits By Marlene Dumas

    By February 7, 2018

    Marlene Dumas is a South African painter living in Amsterdam. She paints provocatively but her portraits of celebrities, young women, or children are strangely beautiful. I hope you will be as enthralled as I am when looking at...

  • Maurizio Cattelan And His Golden "America"

    By February 4, 2018

    Couple of days ago the White House asked Guggenheim Museum to borrow a painting “Landscape With Snow” by Vincent van Gogh for the President and Melania Trump’s private living quarters. Guggenheim said no and proposed something completely different: an 18-karat,...

  • Jeff Koons And His Balloon Dogs

    By January 21, 2018

    On this day in 1955 one of the most controversial artists of 20th century was born. Jeff Koons is the artist who blended the concerns and methods of Pop, Conceptual, and appropriation art with craft-making and popular culture...

  • Fernando Botero And His Remakes Of Classic Masterpieces

    By January 15, 2018

    I must tell you something in secret – I love Fernando Botero’s works. There is something really interesting in his paintings. This Colombian figurative artist and sculptor, born in Medellín in 1932 (yes, that Medellín from “Narcos”!) has his signature...

  • Watch This Emotional Interview With Richard Tuttle

    By November 9, 2017

    Richard Tuttle is an American postminimalist artist known for his small, subtle, intimate works. His art makes use of scale and line. His works span a range of media, from sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, and artist’s books to...

  • Pumpkin Spiced Yayoi Kusama

    By October 14, 2017

    Yayoi Kusama, the legendary Japanese artist born in 1929, began her career 65 years ago. Nevertheless, the world discovered her just a couple of years back. Now it’s trying to make up for lost time, organizing exhibitions such...

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