Chiharu Shiota’s Installation Art: Drawing in the AirJuly 2, 2020
Berlin-based artist Chiharu Shiota creates monumental artworks that immerse the visitor in a tangled web of their own imagination. Delicate yarn installations, filling a gallery space, move you from creation to death, and almost impossibly, beyond.
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, Brussels. New...
Sotheby’s 1988 Auction. A Turning Point for Unofficial Moscow ArtistsJune 27, 2020
Perestroika and reforms of Mikhail Gorbachev affected all spheres of life in Russia. As a result, unofficial artists in Moscow felt the full influence of this complicated yet rewarding period. A colossal number of artists, previously recognized only...
Travel in the Footsteps of Henri Matisse in MoroccoJune 26, 2020
Until the advent of mass tourism, North Africa’s jewel, Morocco remained a relatively unknown world of Sultans, spices and sparse deserts. A number of artists throughout the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries visited this faraway land. Through their...
Modern Transgender ArtJune 26, 2020
Occasions such as this June’s Pride Month are a great chance to help rewrite history. While individuals who identify as transgender have existed for a very long time, the concept is still a taboo topic in many fields...
Let’s Ride a Tiger! Escape into the Exotic with Henri RousseauJune 23, 2020
Let’s Ride a Tiger! Definitely not! We should never try to ride a tiger, and Rousseau does not suggest it either! It would be horrible (especially for the person I think). The art of Henri Rousseau is so...
A Queer World in Konstantin Somov’s ArtworksJune 22, 2020
Konstantin Somov (1869-1939) was a Russian painter, co-founder of the artistic movement Mir Iskusstva and well known for his watercolors associated with the 18th-century style. A frequent inspiration for Somov’s artworks were the characters, Marquise and Harlequin; depicted with painted...
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