Tommy Thiange

Author

Tommy Thiange is living in an analog dimension. He divides his time between books, vinyl records, museums, conferences, and nature. A way to remain a permanent self-taught art (and life) student.

Articles by Tommy

Impressionism

Claude Monet in 10 Paintings

We prefer to be sincere; the title is simply intended to catch your attention. Claude Monet painted throughout his life, from adolescence to his...

Tommy Thiange 24 September 2022

Review

Stéphane Mandelbaum Exhibition in Frankfurt

Until October 30, 2022, the Museum für Moderne Kunst in Frankfurt is hosting an exhibition dedicated to Stéphane Mandelbaum (1961–1986). During...

Tommy Thiange 18 July 2022

Review

Vivian Maier: The Self-Portrait and Its Double in Brussels

For the first time in Belgium, Bozar presents an exhibition on the work of Vivian Maier. Unknown in her lifetime, she is now recognized as one of the...

Tommy Thiange 23 June 2022

Review

Christian Dotremont: Painter-Poet in Brussels

Until August 7, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and the Archives & Museum of Literature in Brussels host an exhibition called...

Tommy Thiange 9 June 2022

belgium argentina: Victor Delhez, composition with triangles, 1926, FIBAC, Antwerp, Belgium. Review

Belgium–Argentina. Transatlantic Modernisms at Mu.ZEE in Ostend

Belgium and Argentina have more in common than you might suspect. That’s what the current Mu.Zee exhibition explores until June 16th, 2022. During...

Tommy Thiange 9 May 2022

Artist Stories

5 Things You Should Know About Anna Boch

Anna Boch was a Belgian painter. Curious about the trends of her time, such as Pointillism, Luminism, and Art Nouveau, she dedicated much of her life...

Tommy Thiange 11 April 2022

Review

Joan Miró: Signs and Figurations at Serralves Foundation in Porto

Want to have a stroll with a master in a beautiful Art Deco house? If so, go quickly to the Serralves Foundation in Porto, Portugal, where Joan...

Tommy Thiange 24 February 2022

Review

Fernando Botero. Beyond Forms at BAM Mons

Some artists are gateways to art and its history; creators who make an authentic and one-of-a-kind work that is referenced over and over. Fernando...

Tommy Thiange 3 January 2022

david hockney bozar, studio Review

David Hockney at Bozar, Brussels

This year, and for the first time since 1992, David Hockney is back in Brussels. A major retrospective of one of the most famous painters alive. The...

Tommy Thiange 6 December 2021