The Ups and Downs of the Museo de Arte Moderno in Cartagena, ColombiaApril 30, 2018
The weather was hot, about 90 degrees. The sun was wet and blinding. Men on the street were selling water for a dollar a bottle. Other men were selling sombreros, and were persistent about it, going so far...
How I Fell in Love with the BarnesApril 6, 2018
The Barnes Foundation is quietly situated in the heart of Philadelphia, close to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, adjacent to the Free Library, part of the ‘Museums District.’ I visited the Barnes on March 19, which, by coincidence, was...
We Show You Why You Must See ‘The Commonly Owned’ Exhibition In OsloMarch 14, 2018
Never been to Oslo? It’s the high time to visit, especially that a new exhibition featuring the most important Norwegian artists has recently opened at Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo and will run until April, 29. It was curated by...
Charles Santore Exhibition at Woodmere Art MuseumMarch 12, 2018
Charles Santore is an American illustrator of magazines, advertisements, and books. He’s had a successful career working on magazine covers like TV Guide and Life, national advertisement campaigns, and illustrations for beloved stories like Alice in Wonderland and...
History Of Medicine in Art, Collection Of Artworks At Wellcome Library in LondonMarch 9, 2018
London is a great place to be for the curious and inquisitive. Public museums, galleries and libraries are homes to a vast collection of wonderful objects that mark the history of knowledge, aesthetics and creativity. Wellcome Collection, situated...
Did They Burn Picasso? 12 Years Later The Stolen Artworks From Chácara do Céu Museum Remain MissingFebruary 23, 2018
It was 2006. Armed men invaded the Chácara do Céu Museum in Rio de Janeiro and stole a fortune in paintings. The stolen artworks included Picasso, Monet, Dalí, and Matisse, all the great painters of modern art. On...
The Story Behind The Tribuna Of The Uffizi By Johan ZoffanyFebruary 18, 2018
Johan Zoffany (1733-1810) was a German-born neoclassical painter. In autumn 1760 he moved to England and started to work for a clockmaker, Stephen Rimbault (He was painting vignettes for his clocks). He was noticed luckily by the royal family...
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