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I was a Rich Man's Plaything 1947 by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi 1924-2005

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Painting of the Week: Eduardo Paolozzi, I was a Rich Man’s Plaything

By June 16, 2019

Eduardo Paolozzi’s 1947 collage I was a Rich Man’s Plaything, which can...


Black Is Beautiful: Kwame Brathwaite at the Skirball Center

By June 15, 2019

Let’s play a game: pick up any magazine from a U.S. newsstand...

  • Women Artists

    Tarsila do Amaral: Joy Is the Decisive Test

    By June 14, 2019

    Tarsila do Amaral left behind 230 paintings, five sculptures, and hundreds of drawings, prints and murals. She led Brazilian art into modernism. In her home country, she is a household name.  She was a socialite, fashionista, divorcee, who...

  • Art State of Mind

    How to Become an Old Master? Turn on the Youtube First!

    By June 13, 2019

    I can’t draw, I can’t paint, I can’t sculpt or do pottery. But I can watch videos on Rijksmuseum Youtube channel called RijksCreative and imagine I’m a Great Master, too. If you have canvas and brushes, and some...

  • Artists' Stories

    It’s Not Always What It Seems: The Fabulous Inventions of Panamarenko

    By June 12, 2019

    Panamarenko steals from science and uses it in his art. He has designed planes and submarines that at first sight are perfectly capable of functioning, but don’t be misled: they are unique works of art that should be...

  • Lee Krasner Gaea Lee Krasner Gaea

    Women Artists

    Lee Krasner and the Art of Starting Over

    By June 11, 2019

    Lee Krasner’s name has become much more widely known in recent years. Often referred to as the wife of Jackson Pollock, she was, of course, a great artist in her own right. The Barbican Gallery in London is...

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    Special Occasion And News

    The Lewis Chessmen and Their Long-Lost Brother

    By June 10, 2019

    The Lewis Chessmen are among the world’s most recognizable works of medieval art, right up there with the Unicorn Tapestries and the Book of Kells. Not only are reproductions of the chessmen best-selling chess sets, but they also...

  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Masaccio, The Tribute Money

    By June 9, 2019

    There are many artists and paintings which I return to over and over again. Artists like Giotto, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Vermeer, van Eyck, Cassatt, Degas… The list goes on for what seems like forever. All of these artists, and...

  • Chinese art

    A Feeling of Nostalgia: Art by Fu Wenjun

    By June 8, 2019

    For centuries, China was one of the greatest and wealthiest civilizations, and perhaps it is now returning to its historical position. Artist Fu Wenjun witnessed the recent rapid changes and that’s why his art is positioned on the...

  • Bodies And Erotic Art

    Best Bums in Art History

    By June 7, 2019

    When we met up with Zuza, our CEO, we started chatting about what’s missing in our blog. We quickly came to a conclusion: we miss some hot and shapely buttocks. So, here they come, best bums in art...

  • Women Artists

    Natalia Goncharova First Time in London

    By June 6, 2019

    We couldn’t have asked for a better birthday gift for Natalia Goncharova: a month before her birthday Tate Modern in London is presenting the first retrospective of her work in the UK ever. The exhibition opens on June, 6th. The date...

  • Monumental Paintings of Lucian Freud Monumental Paintings of Lucian Freud

    NYC Art Critic

    The Monumental Paintings of Lucian Freud

    By June 5, 2019

    The paintings in the Lucian Freud: Monumental exhibition in Acquavella Gallery on the Upper East Side in New York City are monumental in many ways, and the catalogue that accompanies the exhibition feels monumental as well. Freud originally...

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