Stories By Yasmin Ozkan
We Are Showing Artists that We Believe in: Marlee Katz and Danielle Dewar on the New Tchotchke GalleryOctober 3, 2020
The founders discuss Tchotchke Gallery’s launch, its inclusive ethos, and how they came to grips with their artists’ quirks. While 2020 has been a year of upheaval, the launch of Tchotchke Gallery‘s inaugural show echoes a...
Paint Me Like One of Your French Girls: The Life and Business of Agostina SegatoriSeptember 1, 2020
Agostina Segatori’s face is most widely recognized in the works of key artists between 1860 and 1887. Her Italian features inspired many painters in Paris at the time, leading to an enviable career. However, her achievements...
Behind the Canvas: Claire TabouretJuly 20, 2020
In the second edition of Behind the Canvas, we catch up with Claire Tabouret on the inspirations, stylistic influences and evolutions of her latest series of work: Siblings. The series debuted at Perrotin’s Seoul space. Claire...
Pink Unicorns, Cowboys and Candy Clouds: Welcome to Will Cotton’s Own Wild WestJune 28, 2020
As unicorns stand as a strong emblem for the LGBTQ community, Will Cotton’s latest works are the perfect way to get your arty fix in Pride Month. Visit The Taming of the Cowboy at Galerie Templon,...
Behind the Canvas: Mary WeatherfordJune 17, 2020
In our new series which highlights an outstanding female artist in each edition, we look behind the canvas at Mary Weatherford’s illuminating inspirations and works. From today you can also meet Mary Weatherford in Gagosian’s Artist...
Are people on Respirators Really Thinking About Rembrandt? – Jim Dine on His Show at Galerie Templon, Personal Histories and the Role of Art in Crisis (or Not)May 19, 2020
As Galerie Templon wrap up a retrospective exhibition of his iconic prints, we interview Jim Dine. Jim Dine has occupied an individual position throughout his career, gaining acclaim without neatly fitting into a box. Since pioneering...
Girl Power: Six Online Exhibitions by Female Artists That You Can View from HomeMay 13, 2020
Although the art world may have slowed down recently, galleries and museums are making a conscious effort to provide alternative ways to experience works. While many institutions have virtually opened up their spaces and collections, commercial...
The Art of Domesticity: Art Inspired by the HomeApril 23, 2020
In times where we must spend more time at home than usual, we journey through art inspired by domestic life over the centuries. As the lockdown lifestyle continues to prevail for many of us, it is...
Léon Spilliaert: The Longing Behind the SymbolismApril 8, 2020
Whilst Belgian artist Léon Spilliaert’s first UK retrospective at London’s Royal Academy has been put on hold, we delve into his symbolist works and the longing behind them. When the rest of the city was sleeping,...
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Whitechapel’s Radical Figures and the Famous Paintings that Inspired ThemMarch 18, 2020
In Whitechapel Gallery’s Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium, ten of today’s key figurative painters use historical art influences to tackle critical contemporary issues. Through a total of 40 canvases created over the last two decades, Cecily...
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