Richard Saltoun Gallery: Bodily Objects – ReviewMay 20, 2020
Bodily Objects, curated by Philomena Epps, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London. 1.05.2020 – 30.06.2020, access online viewing room here. The business of an online exhibition is certainly very topical. You would be forgiven six weeks ago for completely ignoring...
It’s True, It’s True, It’s True: Artemisia on Trial Goes Online!May 16, 2020
With museums and theaters closed, drama and art are having a hard time during quarantine. However, both these sectors have the chance of reinventing themselves. That is what the theater company Breach had already done, ahead of time;...
Anita Berber: Femme Fatale of the Weimar RepublicMay 14, 2020
Born on 10 June, 1899 in Dresden Germany, Anita Berber shocked and entertained the cabaret and bourgeois crowd of the Weimar Republic right up to her untimely death at the age of 29. Film star, nude dancer, “princess...
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 galleries are...
Violeta Parra, First Latin American in the LouvreMay 7, 2020
In April 1964 the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris hosted an extraordinary exhibition which went down in history as the first solo show of a Latin-American artist that the Louvre had ever witnessed. The artist was a...
Sofonisba: The Life of a Rule-Breaker PainterMay 6, 2020
During the Italian Renaissance, women artists were not allowed the same access to artistic education as men. Sofonisba Anguissola, however, used her rare access to artistic training to achieve a successful international career. She paved the way for...
Alla Horska. Die HardMay 2, 2020
Ukrainian artist Alla Horska created dozens of amazing mosaics and paintings while actively fighting with the crimes of the Soviet authorities against the intelligentsia. For this reason, she has often been called the soul of the Sixtiers. Alla...
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