Stories By Nina Relf
Commemorating George Floyd: Interview with Dan ReisnerMay 25, 2021
Dan Reisner is a sculpture artist living and working in Tel Aviv. He has produced multiple outdoor sculptures for urban spaces, not only in Israel but also around the world. However, it was his bronze sculpture...
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The Benefits of Visiting a MuseumMay 21, 2021
During the protracted coronavirus lockdown, when all the art we see is digital, we can reflect on that which we took for granted before. There are so many benefits to visiting a museum. But what is...
31 Women: Peggy Guggenheim And Her Groundbreaking ExhibitionMay 19, 2021
Perhaps one the most influential women in shaping the art world of the 20th century, Peggy Guggenheim held an exhibition in 1943 that was to be remembered as groundbreaking. Why is Peggy Guggenheim’s 31 Women exhibition...
The Best Museum Instagram AccountsMarch 25, 2021
We all love to scroll through Instagram for an aesthetically pleasing distraction from the real world. Museums arguably provide some of the most compelling posts, as well as creating their own memes to stay on-trend. This...
The Biggest Art News of 2020December 31, 2020
As we approach the end of a very different year, we look back on what happened in the art world in 2020. From big painting sales, fetching high prices to interesting restoration works, this article has...
The Picture of Dorian Gray (Spoiler Alert!)November 7, 2020
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde is a perfect example of where art and literature intertwine. The novel is based around the story of an artist who paints a portrait of a young muse,...
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5 Positive Effects of Art on Mental HealthOctober 9, 2020
It is scientifically proven that art can have positive effects on our mental wellbeing and can help improve our mental health. But what is it about art that gives it the power to help us so?...
Cambridge: The Fitzwilliam Museum HighlightsSeptember 18, 2020
Today we celebrate the reopening of The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. Its collection ranges from renowned Renaissance works to some of the finest Impressionist paintings. Today we are going to explore some of the many masterpieces...
Parmigianino: Capturing Everyday Renaissance Life through DrawingsAugust 19, 2020
Francesco Mazzola, known as Parmigianino, produced many drawings that captured normal scenes of everyday life during the Renaissance. These drawings reveal a new perspective on 16th century Italian life. Parmigianino was an Italian Mannerist artist. He...
Njideka Akunyili Crosby: Celebrating Cultural IdentityAugust 6, 2020
Njideka Akunyili Crosby celebrates her cultural heritage through her artwork. Contradicting generalizations about African experience, she expresses her identity as a Nigerian artist living and working in America. Njideka Akunyili Crosby’s early life In 1983, Njideka...
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