Stories By Noa Weisberg
Artists and Their MythsMay 28, 2019
Sometimes, the story that is attached to an artist is as important as their craft. Let’s take a look at artists and the myths that are related to them. Though many think of myth as a...
Made for Reflection: Yayoi Kusama’s Narcissus GardenApril 17, 2019
Let’s take a look at one of the most interesting works in Yayoi Kusama’s career. Was it commercial or high art? A performance or an installation? Back in 1966, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama (b. 1929) first...
The End of the Label? Anderson and Malouf at the Kunsthistoriches MuseumMarch 1, 2019
Director Wes Anderson and his partner, costume designer and author Juman Malouf, co-curated an exhibition without any labels about the items. Is it the first of many to come? Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf were given...
Meet Tel Aviv’s Street ArtistsDecember 18, 2018
Tel Aviv is home to many great art institutions, for example the Tel Aviv Museum. But it also hosts local artists who boldly turn streets into their own art galleries. Most of them are working under...
Museums And Exhibitions
Singapore’s First Minimalism RetrospectiveDecember 3, 2018
Minimalism: Space. Light. Object. is a new exhibition which showcases Minimalist art from its beginnings in the 1950s up to the 21st century. For the first time ever a Minimalism exhibition is being held in Southeast...
Salty Art: Sigalit Landau and Dead SeaNovember 17, 2018
Artist Sigalit Landau uses one special natural resource – the Dead Sea – to create her unique art. Sigalit Landau is one of the most successful Israeli artists in the world. Her sculptures, videos, and installations...
This Is Madness: Beyoncé and Pipilotti Rist as MaenadsOctober 23, 2018
Hold on, what does Beyoncé’s music clip and a modern video artwork have to do with Maenadism? She is wearing a feminine, mustard-yellow dress while walking down the street in high hills and a big smile...
Florence’s Secret Spot: Colosso Dell’AppenninoOctober 20, 2018
A 30-minute drive from central Florence lies a true Tuscan secret: the sixteenth-century sculpture Colosso Dell’Appennino by Giambologna. Florence, Italy is home to Renaissance masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s David, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Brunelleschi’s dome...
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