Valentine Schlegel: Sculptor of Organic AbstractionJuly 24, 2020
Sculptor, ceramist, artist, teacher. Valentine Schlegel was a headstrong individual with fervent, creative independence who carved out her own path in history. Despite these achievements, her work was kept in the dark until just a few years ago....
Artist Interview: Introducing Lauren BakerJuly 21, 2020
Lauren Baker (b. 1982) is an established multi-disciplinary artist based in London who creates significant, large-scale installations. Her work explores the human connection and the expansiveness of the universe. We asked Lauren about her art and inspiration! Overall she aims...
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 Tabouret is...
Art Nouveau’s Unsung Female ArtistsJuly 18, 2020
Art Nouveau, the movement that flourished between 1890 and 1910, developed at the apex of Belle Époque, the period which encouraged modernity and artistic breakthroughs more than any other, as a reaction against the strict academicism in art...
How to Start Living off Art: An Interview with Illustrator Cait MackJuly 18, 2020
Cait Mack is an illustrator, climber, and mountain lover based in Bristol in the UK. She is an artist who creates vibrant and unique paintings and is starting out on making a living from her art. Enjoying the...
Harriet Powers: A Black Female Folk Artist Who Regained Her GloryJuly 10, 2020
For much of the 20th century, the work of Harriet Powers, an enslaved and later emancipated Black folk artist, remained forgotten. It is especially surprising as experts deservedly consider her one of the most accomplished quilt makers of...
A Meringue Ballerina: Anna Pavlova in PaintingsJuly 8, 2020
Anna Pavlova, a Russian ballerina, was highly independent for her times. She formed her own company and choreographed her own performances. She toured the world for twenty years and introduced ballet to other parts of the world. Pavlova...
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