Stories By Errika Gerakiti
The Scenographic World of Elena AntonopoulouJanuary 13, 2021
Elena Antonopoulou is a young artist from Greece. She has studied at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Also, she has participated in several artistic contests, winning first place and recognition. In Spring 2021 she will...
The Snow Queen – Book IllustrationsDecember 24, 2020
The Snow Queen is one of the most beautiful winter tales. Originally published on December 21st, 1844, it is Hans Christian Andersen’s longest story. Rumor has it that Andersen wrote it after a love disappointment. He...
The Groundbreaking Slavery Exhibition at RijksmuseumDecember 17, 2020
Under the turmoil of this year’s events, the discussion around racism has reached its highest peak. In February 2021 an exhibition will point out a matter very sensitive to many. It is the Slavery exhibition at...
Postwar Modernism in Cinema: Italian NeorealismDecember 3, 2020
World War II ravaged everything in its path. The global economy was ruined, many cities were completely destroyed, not to mention the numbers of people who lost their lives, were severely injured, or lost their homes....
Constructivism in Soviet CinemaDecember 2, 2020
Constructivism originated in Russia in 1915 and its creators were Vladimir Tatlin and Alexander Rodchenko. It promoted using industrial assemblage materials, as there was no place for decoration and stylization. Constructivists considered art as a means...
Art History 101
Pop Art 101: Everything You Need to KnowNovember 28, 2020
Everyone is familiar with Pop Art and everyone can recognize its most iconic artists and artworks. Cartoon characters, food, everyday products, are only a few of Pop Art’s subjects. However, most of us tend to believe...
The Post-Minimalistic and Feminist Art of Lynda BenglisNovember 4, 2020
Post-Minimalism refers to all art practices that came out in the late 1960s. It embraces Body Art, Performance Art, Process Art, and aspects of Conceptual Art. Artists create sculptures that have nothing to do with the...
Art State of Mind
Halloween Special: Horror in ArtOctober 31, 2020
Horror isn’t an element only of the movies or literature. Artists throughout time have painted repulsive and ghastly themes. For example, a lovely man is eating his own son passionately, a beautiful lady is beheading her...
Michael Lombard Exhibition at Tinta Naranja Urban GalleryOctober 5, 2020
This November, a very different exhibition will happen at Tinta Naranja Urban Gallery in Mexico City. Eleven artworks by Michael Lombard will take up the walls. The collection is called Parodic Heresia. That is, classic art...
A Fierce Romance of Art and Fashion: The Friendship of Salvador Dali and Coco ChanelSeptember 18, 2020
When Dali moved to Paris in 1926, Chanel was already a famous fashion designer. Dali had already worked in the fashion industry, as he had collaborated with Elsa Schiaparelli. But, Coco also introduced him to theatrical...
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- The Night — Ten Beautiful Nocturne Paintings
- How Did Caravaggio Die? The Answer Is Not Easy
- The Mysterious Pinturas Negras Reveal Goya’s Darkest Secrets
- Under Hokusai’s Great Wave
- Did You Know that Monet Was a Master of Caricatures?
- Wanderlust Exhibition – Travel Desire Encapsulated in Paintings
- #MeToo and the Medusa Myth
- Maxfield Parrish – Life and Legacy
- Is Kylie Jenner the New Venus? Interview with the Artist Marco Battaglini
- 10 of the Most Famous Female Artist Self-Portraits
- Frida Kahlo And The Symbolism In Her Art
- Frauhaus: Gunta Stölzl, Walter Gropius, and the Women of the Bauhaus
- The Ephemeral Magic of Raw Clay: Artist Interview with Phoebe Cummings
- The Surprising Career of Lavinia Fontana: Painter of Popes, Nudes, and Noblewomen